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TOEFL Vocabulary

A list of high frequency words found on the TOEFL exam

Polite, friendly, easy to talk to affable
Demanding great effort arduous
Inclined to fighting bellicose
Invent, prepare by mixing concoct
Far reaching extensive
Hindrance impediment
Astonish dumbfound
To make understandable elucidate
Take the attention of, enslave enthrall
Lacking solidarity or strength flimsy
A fault, a deception fraud
To complain grumble
Worry, trouble, bother harass
fearless intrepid
profitable lucrative
to slander malign
a feeling of sickness nausea
to ignore neglect
very busy hectic
very angry irate
too bold or self confident presumptuous
in the habit of saying little reticent
shortly, roughly, quickly, with little detail sketchy
following subsequent
quiet, reserved taciturn
a beginner tyro
foolish pride vanity
looking ill, not bright wan
Created by: Mrs. Dostie