GRE4 - Ultimate Vocabulary G.R.E. Lesson 1 Words Workbook...

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Copyright 2007 eReflect Software. All rights reserved. Ultimate Vocabulary G.R.E. Lesson 1 Words Workbook Improve your vocabulary 20–200 times faster with easy to use software. For more information visit: www.ultimatevocabulary.com . SECTION 1 - WORDS INURED (ADJECTIVE) made strong against a particular hardship by exposure to it "After spending some time on the island they became inured to the hardships." VESTIGIAL (ADJECTIVE) not fully developed in mature animals "The dog's tail is sometimes considered a vestigial trait." DEPRECIATION (NOUN) lessening in value "We must deduct money to reflect the depreciation of our assets."
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Copyright 2007 eReflect Software. All rights reserved. SALIENT (ADJECTIVE) of traits that stand out "She began to summarize the salient features/points of the proposal." EXTOL (VERB) praise highly "His book extolling the benefits of vegetarianism sold thousands of copies." PRETEXT (NOUN) false reason given to justify an action "The border dispute was used as a pretext for military intervention." ENTREATY (NOUN) urgent request "She refused to become involved with him despite his passionate entreaties." INSURGENCY (NOUN) armed rebellion "All approaches to the capital are now under the control of the insurgency."
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Copyright 2007 eReflect Software. All rights reserved. METTLE (NOUN) courage "The German athletes showed/proved their mettle in the final round." CHASTEN (VERB) discipline "He was chastened by the defeat and determined to worker harder in future." DUPLICITY (NOUN) deceptiveness, especially in regard to one's feelings "They were accused of duplicity in their dealings with both sides." CONFLATE (VERB) colors or sounds "She succeeded in conflating the three plays to produce a fresh new work."
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GRE4 - Ultimate Vocabulary G.R.E. Lesson 1 Words Workbook...

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