GRE Study: Six-letter Words

Our fourth GRE word list comprises 6-letter words. When learning these GRE words, don't forget you need to increase not only the width of  your vocabulary but also the depth of your vocabulary. Double-click on the word in the following GRE word list to learn the word's meaning and context. Study these words for your GRE preparation.

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Tip: Double-click the following GRE words to learn their meaning.

GRE Word List: 6-letter Words
abject abjure abrade acetic
adroit aerate alcove alkali
apiary apogee ardent armful
arrant auburn aurora balsam
batten bedaub betide blazon
blithe bodice bolero brogan
brogue bursar cajole callow
cipher clique coddle consul
cudgel cygnet denude descry
dictum duplex efface effuse
egress enamor enjoin enmity
eschew extant facile fallow
fealty fervid festal fitful
fresco frowzy guzzle hussar
imbibe imbrue impugn inhume
jocose joggle latish leaven
lingua malady medial millet
modish obvert octavo ocular
ossify pallid parley patter
pentad penury quarto ramify
ramose rapine recure repine
ribald secant supine thrall
timbre torpor unyoke upcast
vassal venous vernal vertex
vinery virago vivify volant
votary votive wampum zephyr

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