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Unformatted text preview: Copyright 2007 eReflect Software. All rights reserved. Ultimate Vocabulary G.R.E. Lesson 1 Words Workbook Improve your vocabulary 20200 times faster with easy to use software. For more information visit: www.ultimatevocabulary.com . SECTION 1 - WORDS DENIGRATE (VERB) cast aspersion on "You shouldn't denigrate people just because they have different beliefs from you." EXCULPATE (VERB) pronounce someone not guilty "The pilot of the aircraft will surely be exculpated when all the facts are known." TRANSFIGURATION (NOUN) dramatic change in appearance "She grew angry, and the transfiguration of her face was scary." Copyright 2007 eReflect Software. All rights reserved. EXONERATE (VERB) absolve from blame "The report exonerated the crew from all responsibility for the collision." VEHEMENTLY (ADVERB) in an emotionally intense manner "Despite vehement opposition from his family, he quit school and became an actor." VERBATIM (ADVERB) using the exact same words "She had an amazing memory and could recall verbatim quite complex conversations." MERITOCRACY (NOUN) society where power is given to intelligent and capable people "The prime minister claims he wants to create a classless meritocracy in Britain." DISSEMINATE (VERB) Cause to become widely known "One of the organization's aims is to disseminate information about the disease." Copyright 2007 eReflect Software. All rights reserved. ARCANE (ADJECTIVE) very old "He was the only person who understood all the arcane details of the agreement." DISINGENUOUS (ADJECTIVE) insincere "It was disingenuous of her to claim she had no financial interest in the case." SUBSEQUENT (ADJECTIVE) coming after "The book discusses his illness and subsequent resignation from the government." CLEMENCY (NOUN) good weather; mercy toward offenders by the authorities "The jury passed a verdict of guilty, with an appeal to the judge for clemency." EFFIGY (NOUN) representation of someone (usually in a sculpture) "Crowds marched through the streets carrying burning effigies of the president." "Crowds marched through the streets carrying burning effigies of the president....
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2010 for the course GRE gre taught by Professor Any during the Spring '10 term at Ohio State.

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