GRE Study: Ten-letter Words

Want to do well in the GRE (Graduate Record Exam)? See how many of these 10-letter words you know. Double-click the words to find out the words' meaning. Use software to help you to remember the words, widen your vocabulary, and perform well on the GRE and similar scholastic aptitude exams.

To help you do well in the GRE (Graduate Record Exam), use some good vocabulary-improvement software. In particular, try the popular vocabulary-improvement software Ultimate Vocabulary. The GRE version of Ultimate Vocabulary is designed specifically to help you to do better in the GRE. Go to Ultimate Vocabulary for more information. Click "For GRE Exam" from the top menu.

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

GRE Word List: 10-letter Words
abscission abstemious achromatic adjuration
adulterant aggrandize anemometer animadvert
animalcule anthracite apothecary apotheosis
astringent auriferous blithesome bombardier
cantonment censorious comestible coniferous
contiguity cornucopia corrigible declension
degeneracy deliquesce dendrology denominate
denouement dentifrice diaphanous diffidence
diffusible dilettante discrepant dishabille
distrainor disyllable divagation effrontery
effulgence evanescent forecastle frolicsome
grindstone herbaceous hexangular homologous
honorarium illuminant immiscible impalpable
inchoative intramural involution isothermal
lascivious licentious loquacious macadamize
malcontent maleficent mendacious metallurgy
mettlesome moratorium mordacious morphology
munificent opprobrium orthogonal pantoscope
paronymous patronymic peccadillo pedagogics
pentameter percipient perquisite persiflage
plutocracy polyhedron prehensile promontory
propitious proscenium putrescent quiescence
refringent sanguinary sapiential sequacious
similitude solicitude somnolence subtrahend
triplicity truculence univalence  

Copy and paste these words into Ultimate Vocabulary, or use that software's in-built GRE word lists. The software will then generate flash cards, provide definitions and usage examples, provide real-life audio pronunciations, and use other proven techniques to help you do well in the GRE.


*Denise and I recommend only products that we have tried and tested. These include Ultimate Vocabulary. We have agreed to receive a commission from some sales of the Ultimate Vocabulary software because we are happy to endorse this award-winning GRE vocabulary software.

 

Last modified on Wednesday, 18 November 2015 01:56
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