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GRE5 - 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 LACHRYMOSE (ADJECTIVE) showing sorrow or tears "He is better known for his lachrymose ballads than hard rock numbers." INSIDIOUS (ADJECTIVE) attractive but harmful "High-blood pressure is an insidious condition which has few symptoms." RESUSCITATE (VERB) bring someone who is near death to a recovery "Her heart had stopped, but the doctors successfully resuscitated her." EDIFY (VERB)
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Copyright 2007 eReflect Software. All rights reserved. build someone up by teaching "I tend to watch the television for pleasure rather than because it edifies me." TRANSITIVE (ADJECTIVE) of a verb that denotes an action that is performed on someone or something "In this dictionary, transitive verbs, such as 'put', are marked [T]." TUMULTUOUS (ADJECTIVE) disorderly, chaotic "You couldn't hear her speak over the tumultuous fans." BESTIAL (ADJECTIVE) of or like a beast "The soldiers were accused of bestial acts against unarmed civilians." CLIQUE (NOUN) exclusive group of people "Our golf club is run by a very unfriendly clique (of people)." SUBSTANTIATE (VERB) make real or solid; (of theories etc strengthened with solid evidence)
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Copyright 2007 eReflect Software. All rights reserved. "We have evidence to substantiate the allegations against him." SUPPLICATION (NOUN) prayer asking God for something "Inside the temple, worshippers were kneeling in supplication."
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