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GRE High Freq. Words

GRE High Freq. words List 1 (7 words)

wordDefinitionExample sentenceSynoAntonyms
antipathy aversion; dislike; digust My antipathy for Hooters causes problems abhorrence, allergy, antagonism, enmity affection, appeal, regard
apprise inform I was not apprised of my boyfriends secrets. aquaint conceal
anomalous abnormal, irregular, deviating She was placed in the anomalous position of seeming to approve procedures that she despised. aberrant, eccentric, unrepresentative, dissonant normal, regular, typical
amenable cooperative; readily managed or willing to be led; answerable or accountable legally Although the ambassador was usually amenable to friendly suggestion... acquiescent; pliable; tractable; docile close minded, nonconforming
alacrity cheerful promptness; eagerness; loveliness Phil and Dave were raring to get off the mountains; they packed up their ski gear and climbed into the van with alacrity alertness, avidity, fervor, dispatch apathy, aversion, slowness
approbation approval; praise Wanting her parents regard, she looked for some sign of their approbation. sanction, admiration criticism, condemnation
ambivalence the state of having contradictory or conflicting emotional attitudes Torn between loving her parents one min. and hating them the next, she was confused by the ambivalence of her feelings. clashing, debatable, irresolute, wavering, vacillating concret, resolved, unequivocal
Created by: workingoutfaith