GRE Study: 14-letter Words

This is our last GRE word list in the series on words to study for the GRE. It's only a short list of eight words. And while each word comprises 14 letters, these GRE words are quite easy words to remember. Choose a word or words from the list, learn that word through repetition and elaboration, and use good vocabulary learning software to help your GRE study.

For your GRE study, we recommend trying good vocabulary-building software. In particular, try the popular vocabulary-building software Ultimate Vocabulary. The GRE study version of Ultimate Vocabulary is designed specifically to help your GRE study. 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: 14-letter Words
circumlocution consanguineous contraposition extemporaneous
foreordination hydromechanics incompressible insuppressible  

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


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