4.6 out of 5 stars 542. GRE Top 500 (ish) words. Trying to add 50 words per day for total of 3000 words. All Analytical Writing Prompts. joyful, cheerful, or without appropriate thought, a subtle expression of meaning or quality, deceptively attractive; seemingly plausible but fallacious, to discard; get rid of as unnecessary or encumbering, acting excessively enthusiastic; filled with extreme unquestioned devotion, behavior that promotes rebellion or civil disorder against the state, fluent in an insincere manner; offhand; casual, to decline in vigor, strength, or interest, someone prejudiced in favor of a group to which he/she belongs, starting to develop; coming into existence, severe or stern in appearance; undecorated, the domination of one state or group over its allies, to present a false appearance; to disguise one's real intentions or character, cautious; aware of potential consequences, to evade responsibility by pretending to be ill, persuasive and moving, especially in speech, causing grief or sorrow; serious and distressing, showing innocence or childlike simplicity, relating to precious stones or the art of cutting them, piece of literature or music imitating other works, deeply sorrowful or repentant for a wrong, point of time, especially where two things are joined, one who flatters in the hope of gaining favors, to replace (another) by force; to take the place of, suffering from indigestion; gloomy and irritable, rigidly devoted to theories without regard for practicality; dogmatic, claw of an animal, especially a bird of prey, generous giving (as of money) to others who may seem inferior, impossible to see through; preventing the passage of light, appropriateness of behavior or conduct; propriety, to change into bone; to become hardened or set in a rigidly conventional pattern, to judge a dispute b/w two opposing parties, to set fire to or ignite; excite or inspire, exhilarated; full of enthusiasm and high spirits, charity; a desire or effort to promote goodness, selecting from or made up from a variety of sources, the practice of lending money at exorbitant rates, a firmly held opinion, especially a religious belief, person with refined taste in food and wine, having low moral standards; not noble in character; mean, to shun; to avoid (as something wrong or distasteful), something that brings about a change in something else, to deceive; a person who is easily deceived, a person with expert knowledge or discriminating tastes, use of an inoffensive word or phrase in place of a more distasteful one, extremely careful; fastidious; painstaking, a fear or hatred of foreigners or strangers, a gentle breeze; something airy or insubstantial, figure of speech comparing two different things, a false and malicious accusation; misrepresentation, deviating from what is normal or expected, thick and adhesive, like a slow-flowing fluid, process occurring by regular degrees or stages; variation in color, fixed customs or manners; moral attitudes, easily arouse or changeable; lively or explosive, to ward off or deflect, especially by a quick-witted answer, to shed hair, skin, or an outer layer periodically, highest point; summit; the highest level or degree attainable, a well-paying job or office that requires little or no work, to assume as real or conceded; propose as an explanation, the quality of behaving in a proper manner; obeying rules and customs, lacking foresight; having a narrow view or lang-range perspective, doubtful or uncertain; can be interpreted several ways, unable to be calmed down or made peaceful, composed of unlike parts; different; diverse, acting in an indifferent or slow, sluggish manner, a harsh and disagreeable combination, especially of sounds, to act confusedly or without clear purpose, clearly stated or shown; forthright in expression, a state of static balance or equilibrium; stagnation, to wander from place to place; to travel, especially on foot, jumping from one thing to another; disconnected, ornament worn as a charm against evil spirits, a lessening or pain without loss of consciousness, similar or alike in some way; equivalent to, acute, sharp, or incisive; forceful; effective, of questionable authority or authenticity, a nest built high in the air; an elevated, often secluded, dwelling, to claim without justification; to claim for oneself without right, unscrupulous; shockingly unfair or unjust, to increase in power, influence, and reputation, to use expressions of double meaning in order to mislead, a leader or rabble-rouser, usually appealing to emotion or prejudice, an oppressive lack of resource (as money); severe poverty, to speak of or treat with contempt; to mock, wandering from place to place, especially on foot, hardened in feeling; resistant to persuasion, someone with an amateurish or superficial interest in a topic, a compact or close-knit body of people, animals, or things, a person who is guided by materialism and is disdainful of intellectual or artistic values, fundamentally different; entirely unalike, having a sharp edge; intellectually sharp; perceptive, indirect or evasive; misleading or devious, extremely generous or extravagant; giving unsparingly, relating to motion; characterized by movement, sound of a funeral bell; omen of death or failure, an inappropriate lack of seriousness; overly casual, tolerant or broad-minded; generous or lavish, a free thinker, usually used disparagingly; one without moral restraint, profound or substantial yet concise succinct, and to the point, crude or coarse; characteristic of commoners, shrewd and practical in managing or dealing with things; diplomatic, discolored from a bruise; reddened with anger, to call into question; to attack verbally, lightly acting in a fanciful or capricious manner; unpredictable, a ghost or specter; a ghost of a living person seen just before his/her death, one who opposes established beliefs, customs, and institutions, an intimate group of persons with a similar purpose, to throw violently or bring about abruptly; lacking deliberation, uncompromising; refusing to be reconciled, envious, obnoxious, or offensive; likely to promote ill-will, flamboyance or dash in style and action; verve, good-natured geniality; atmosphere of good cheer, crude person, one lacking manners or taste, whirlpool; turmoil; agitated state of mind, strict disciplinarian; one who rigidly follows rules, a secret group seeking to overturn something, to gain favor with another by deliberate effort; to seek to please somebody so as to gain an advantage. 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