Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

1 | shining brightly; brilliant |
1 conjecture 2 effulgent 3 pulsate 4 aerie 5 nourish | |

2 | chatter idly or foolishly; make continuous sounds like water running gently over rounded stone; N. |
1 babble 2 abysmal 3 disembark 4 hortatory 5 impeccable | |

3 | lead away from proper conduct; entice; ADJ. seductive |
1 arch- 2 amalgamate 3 seduce 4 circumvent 5 insolvent | |

4 | direct quick route |
1 selective 2 awful 3 extricate 4 beeline 5 crossbreed | |

5 | security given for loan; ADJ: secondary; descended from the same person but through different sons or daughters |
1 timeless 2 lambaste 3 consort 4 consensus 5 collateral | |

6 | believing that pleasure is good and suffering is bad and should be avoided; N. |
1 misanthrope 2 apprehend 3 determinate 4 lash 5 Epicurean | |

7 | (of a person or book) learned; full of learning; scholarly; N. erudition |
1 erudite 2 egoism 3 euphoria 4 fortuitous 5 libretto | |

8 | express disapproval of; deplore; protest against; belittle; ADJ. deprecatory |
1 deprecate 2 paramount 3 seclusion 4 exult 5 knowledgeable | |

9 | half asleep; drowsy; N. somnolence |
1 abstain 2 somnolent 3 studious 4 climactic 5 capricious | |

10 | connoisseur of food and drink; epicure |
1 mace 2 gourmet 3 seminary 4 deleterious 5 precocious | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

11 | critical remark; V. animadvert: comment critically with disapproval |
1 dart 2 animadversion 3 waylay 4 gerontocracy 5 cogitate | |

12 | one's opinion of oneself; self-esteem |
1 ego 2 morose 3 abscission 4 garbled 5 kleptomaniac | |

13 | stroll slowly; N. |
1 carillon 2 sentimental 3 simulate 4 lurk 5 saunter | |

14 | pardon (an offense) |
1 parochial 2 anticipate 3 pensive 4 absolve 5 lot | |

15 | favoring success; giving signs of future success; Cf. auspices |
1 auspicious 2 indulgent 3 simper 4 rave 5 gangrene | |

16 | deceive; delude |
1 topography 2 epistemologist 3 hoodwink 4 accolade 5 apocalyptic | |

17 | ability to be molded; ADJ. plastic: capable of being shaped or molded; Ex. plastic material such as clay |
1 aureole 2 rationale 3 condign 4 plasticity 5 rebuke | |

18 | sharp point of a tool for making holes; metal bar, part of a bridle, that is put in the mouth of a horse |
1 gobble 2 blush 3 negate 4 mane 5 bit | |

19 | unrepressed; free in behavior and feelings |
1 strident 2 slight 3 peccadillo 4 uninhibited 5 tension | |

20 | calmness; peace |
1 caustic 2 stammer 3 tranquillity 4 insensate 5 capacious | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

21 | range of radio wavelengths or frequencies |
1 grade 2 band 3 appraise 4 faze 5 demographic | |

22 | (of something bad) highly conspicuous; harshly bright; shining intensely and blindingly |
1 amble 2 tarnish 3 euphoria 4 glaring 5 foolhardy | |

23 | harmful; CF. obnoxious |
1 chill 2 mirth 3 phylum 4 noxious 5 uninhibited | |

24 | reading desk or stand for a public speaker |
1 opportunist 2 equivocal 3 lectern 4 muddle 5 mellifluous | |

25 | of religion; (of a person) pious; having reverence for a deity |
1 quaff 2 religious 3 prognosis 4 taxing 5 chlorine | |

26 | grouch; spoilsport; one who intentionally spoils the pleasure of others |
1 illusory 2 meager 3 killjoy 4 adage 5 vehement | |

27 | malodorous; foul |
1 coop 2 adorn 3 grunt 4 fetid(foetid) 5 stygian | |

28 | pare; cut away thin bits (from wood); fashion in this way; reduce gradually; trim |
1 reprisal 2 divine 3 whittle 4 indissoluble 5 cartographer | |

29 | help bring about; make less difficult |
1 buffet 2 mollify 3 facilitate 4 lounge 5 ferocious | |

30 | limited; restricted; V. qualify: limit the meaning of; modify |
1 qualified 2 scowl 3 celerity 4 bilk 5 appellation | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

31 | shaky; infirm from old age; V. dodder |
1 doddering 2 brusque 3 expatriate 4 patriarch 5 sear | |

32 | scientific study of the bodies and body parts; body; dissection of body |
1 anatomy 2 neologism 3 hedonist 4 shiver 5 vain | |

33 | terminology(system of specialized words); system of names or naming things |
1 lofty 2 institute 3 rebate 4 aberrant 5 nomenclature | |

34 | article treating a subject systematically and thoroughly |
1 ameliorate 2 horoscope 3 treatise 4 nadir 5 icon | |

35 | suspend until a later time; move from one place to another |
1 alloy 2 kneel 3 adjourn 4 humdrum 5 remit | |

36 | honesty; uprightness; wholeness; state of being whole and undivided; completeness |
1 blandishment 2 ruse 3 substantiate 4 frugality 5 integrity | |

37 | study of humankind; study of the different races of human beings; CF. anthropology |
1 adage 2 efficacy 3 adorn 4 desultory 5 ethnology | |

38 | divided into classes; arranged into strata; V. stratify |
1 stratified 2 septic 3 consanguinity 4 posture 5 imperil | |

39 | deliverance from a charge; V. acquit: free from a charge or accusation; discharge from a duty; conduct (oneself) in a specified manner |
1 acquittal 2 mutter 3 enthrall 4 indecision 5 assertive | |

40 | loose freshness; droop |
1 hierarchy 2 wilt 3 cerebral 4 carcass 5 swarm | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

41 | unshakably calm; placid |
1 avantgarde 2 buffoonery 3 trunk 4 imperturbable 5 gruel | |

42 | striker (tongue) of a bell |
1 autonomous 2 clapper 3 projectile 4 capsize 5 girdle | |

43 | figure on the prow of a ship; nominal leader with no actual authority |
1 flak 2 dour 3 figurehead 4 bud 5 innocuous | |

44 | person of no importance; nonexistence |
1 nonentity 2 waylay 3 malady 4 mirage 5 comprehend | |

45 | necktie |
1 galleon 2 reprehensible 3 degradation 4 cravat 5 tread | |

46 | conducive to mental or physical health; healthful |
1 cull 2 obsequious 3 wholesome 4 stipend 5 claustrophobia | |

47 | incinerate (a corpse); N. crematory, crematorium |
1 grandeur 2 aftermath 3 literati 4 cremate 5 log | |

48 | trap used for capturing birds and small animals; V. |
1 actuarial 2 subsequent 3 abjure 4 pharisaical 5 snare | |

49 | ask strongly; claim as if by right; OP. supplicate |
1 emollient 2 bespeak 3 demand 4 aperture 5 unguent | |

50 | boredom; weariness; ADJ. tedious |
1 atrocity 2 tedium 3 generate 4 loquacious 5 dappled | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

51 | noisy confusion |
1 corrosive 2 elaborate 3 prosecute 4 uproar 5 sequester | |

52 | woman whom a man loves |
1 disquietude 2 generate 3 apostate 4 inamorata 5 conviction | |

53 | prescribed form for public worship |
1 infallible 2 ferocious 3 subsume 4 confiscate 5 liturgy | |

54 | dig; search deeply; investigate |
1 premonitory 2 ruminant 3 lackadaisical 4 disinclination 5 delve | |

55 | rustic; pastoral |
1 innate 2 bucolic 3 pander 4 couple 5 taxonomist | |

56 | writings preceding and following the passage quoted; circumstance in which an event occurs |
1 amulet 2 disembark 3 vertebrate 4 context 5 patois | |

57 | harp on; dwell on tediously; explain or go over excessively or to a ridiculous degree; assail verbally; beat severely; attack physically |
1 belabor 2 clamber 3 recline 4 provender 5 purveyor | |

58 | whim; sudden change of mind without any real cause |
1 objective 2 caprice 3 stalemate 4 provident 5 astral | |

59 | essence; main point; substance |
1 spectral 2 rotundity 3 paramount 4 gist 5 centaur | |

60 | someone who bets |
1 incrustation 2 bettor 3 terminology 4 supererogatory 5 constituency | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

61 | lustful |
1 ancillary 2 yokel 3 amok, amuck 4 libidinous 5 imply | |

62 | plant or scatter seed |
1 fathomless 2 tiller 3 ichthyology 4 sow 5 palliate | |

63 | playful remark or act; V. act or speak playfully |
1 jest 2 witticism 3 odium 4 validate 5 herbivorous | |

64 | infallible; that cannot go wrong |
1 foolproof 2 squelch 3 contaminate 4 attune 5 anemia | |

65 | outsmart; defeat by behaving more cleverly |
1 gory 2 comeuppance 3 primogeniture 4 compunction 5 outwit | |

66 | taking pains; showing hard work; taking great care; very careful and through |
1 dowse 2 replenish 3 painstaking 4 partisan 5 axle | |

67 | seriousness; gravity |
1 contagion 2 asunder 3 nomenclature 4 solemnity 5 nautical | |

68 | irregular; odd; unconventional; whimsical; bizarre; not concentric |
1 chromosome 2 sovereignty 3 creed 4 eccentric 5 precocious | |

69 | layer of earth's surface; layer of society; PL. strata |
1 obstreperous 2 tome 3 stratum 4 isthmus 5 orator | |

70 | churlish, miserly individual; bad-tempered old person |
1 curmudgeon 2 norm 3 motility 4 eulogy 5 hermetic | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

71 | arranged by degrees (of height, difficulty, etc.) |
1 commiserate 2 appraise 3 resignation 4 graduated 5 politic | |

72 | participation; involvement (in a questionable act or a crime) |
1 catcall 2 delve 3 demise 4 complicity 5 analgesic | |

73 | noble; aristocratic; N: person of high rank; aristocrat; CF. member of the governing classes in ancient Rome; CF. plebian |
1 cabal 2 patrician 3 importunate 4 carnivorous 5 impair | |

74 | negligent; careless about a duty |
1 courtyard 2 iniquitous 3 remiss 4 rou\'e 5 adjoin | |

75 | account book recording the money taken in and given out |
1 assertive 2 engaged 3 legible 4 ledger 5 ebullient | |

76 | throw into confusion; involve in strife, dispute, or quarrel; entangle; CF. imbroglio |
1 embroil 2 gall 3 blue 4 insightful 5 dossier | |

77 | similarly timed; simultaneous with; occurring at the same time; V. synchronize |
1 contaminate 2 replenish 3 synchronous 4 negligence 5 mortar | |

78 | long angry denunciatory speech; diatribe; harangue; extended scolding; denunciation |
1 genre 2 coroner 3 parish 4 tirade 5 truculence | |

79 | total failure; CF. bottle |
1 righteous 2 epaulet(epaulette) 3 bulwark 4 fiasco 5 consummate | |

80 | small plane surface (of a gem(precious stone)); a side |
1 facet 2 emollient 3 dune 4 refrain 5 baroque | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

81 | death notice (esp. in a newspaper); ADJ. |
1 hydrophobia 2 dividend 3 liturgy 4 basin 5 obituary | |

82 | motherly; N. maternity: motherhood |
1 emulate 2 tryst 3 heedless 4 maternal 5 bicker | |

83 | washing |
1 contravene 2 ablution 3 charm 4 collaborate 5 gravity | |

84 | change in direction; swerve |
1 veer 2 gulp 3 lancet 4 confound 5 slovenly | |

85 | delusion; false idea; false perception of objects with a compelling sense of their reality; objects so perceived; V. hallucinate; ADJ. hallucinatory |
1 nexus 2 ape 3 undermine 4 purveyor 5 hallucination | |

86 | live together |
1 delirium 2 ascendancy 3 alms 4 list 5 cohabit | |

87 | healthy |
1 artifice 2 plot 3 hale 4 rustle 5 disengage | |

88 | drive out evil spirits |
1 nepotism 2 centaur 3 sportive 4 exorcise 5 carapace | |

89 | rescue (goods or property) from loss; N: saving; property saved |
1 ethnic 2 recondite 3 colonial 4 graphic 5 salvage | |

90 | central part of a church between two aisles; |
1 jamb 2 contagion 3 murmur 4 deducible 5 nave | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

91 | related to dogs; dog like |
1 precipitous 2 ecosystem 3 perdition 4 canine 5 bolt | |

92 | introduce a serum, vaccine, or antigenic substance into (to produce immunity to a specific disease) |
1 aria 2 entomology 3 table 4 inception 5 inoculate | |

93 | abdominal |
1 malleable 2 ventral 3 criteria 4 veer 5 ramshackle | |

94 | weaken; destroy; make invalid; nullify |
1 hygiene 2 decline 3 killjoy 4 invalidate 5 guy | |

95 | restraint; compulsion; repression of feelings; reticence; V. constrain: hold back; restrain; compel; oblige; confine forcibly; imprison |
1 benevolent 2 constraint 3 stygian 4 concordat 5 append | |

96 | former occupant of a post |
1 hide 2 fanfare 3 chapel 4 predecessor 5 disjunction | |

97 | evident; visible; obvious; V: show plainly |
1 unaccountable 2 placebo 3 enjoin 4 manifest 5 sluggish | |

98 | one that makes articles of silver |
1 elope 2 resumption 3 silversmith 4 requisite 5 hull | |

99 | pertaining to a province; limited in outlook; narrow; unsophisticated |
1 doctrinaire 2 incongruity 3 provincial 4 gnome 5 bureaucracy | |

100 | dramatic poem set to music; long musical work with singing but without acting; CF. cantata |
1 unguent 2 pilot 3 trudge 4 oratorio 5 spoilsport |