GRE VOCAB (Antonyms + Analogies + Sentence Completion) Online Test

For the following problem, choose the word most opposite in meaning to the capitalized word. ADULATORY
Honoring
Laudatory
Censuring
Praiseful
Fawning
For the following problem, choose the word most opposite in meaning to the capitalized word. BESTOW
Confer
Impart
Deprive
Favor
Lavish
For the following problem, choose the word most opposite in meaning to the capitalized word. RENOUNCE
Waive
Approve
Surrender
Refuse
Relinquish
For the following problem, choose the word most opposite in meaning to the capitalized word. ADVANCE
Instigate
Propel
Dissuade
Prompt
Tempt
For the following problem, choose the word to complete the second-pair that expresses a relationship most similar to that expressed in the first-pair given below. ROBBERS: GANG :: BEES:
Insects
Honey
Swarm
Sting
Hive
For the following problem, choose the answer-pair that expresses a relationship most similar to that expressed in the capitalized pair given below. WORKLOAD: STRESS ::___________
Television: Media
Earthquake: Devastation
Input: Output
Hard work: Devotion
Fire: Alarm
For the following problem, choose the word to complete the second-pair that expresses a relationship most similar to that expressed in the first-pair given below. HARMONY: YIN YANG: GOOD LUCK: .
Exams
Student
Amulet
Charm
Fortune
For the following problem, choose the answer-pair that expresses a relationship most similar to that expressed in the capitalized pair given below. DUKE: DUCHESS ::
Goose: Geese
Princess: Queen
Ox: Oxen
Prince: Emperor
Ram: Ewe
Direction: The question below contains one more blank space, each blank indicating an omitted word. Each sentence is followed by five (5) lettered words or set of words. Read and determine the general sense of each sentence. Then choose the word or set or words which, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence. Jealousy is a strong feeling, which makes one______, sharing one’s dear possessions, with anybody else.
incongruent
impossible
intolerable
endurable
intolerant
Direction: The question below contains one more blank space, each blank indicating an omitted word. Each sentence is followed by five (5) lettered words or set of words. Read and determine the general sense of each sentence. Then choose the word or set or words which, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence. When the child feels that his younger sibling is getting more of the motherly____he would grow_____envious of his younger sibling, and may even desire to harm the younger sibling.
touch, obvious
concern, desirable
affection, severely
affliction, seriously
warmth, anxious
Direction: The question below contains one more blank space, each blank indicating an omitted word. Each sentence is followed by five (5) lettered words or set of words. Read and determine the general sense of each sentence. Then choose the word or set or words which, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence. Under the strong_____of envy, one would not like anything of the other person, especially, anything_____of good luck, would make him more envious.
domain, demonstrating
affect, predicting
impact, indicative
influence, dominating
result, resultant
Direction: The question below contains one more blank space, each blank indicating an omitted word. Each sentence is followed by five (5) lettered words or set of words. Read and determine the general sense of each sentence. Then choose the word or set or words which, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence. When aroused to a level of great_______, it may lead one to some unnatural behavior.
measure
quantity
amount
intensity
capacity
Direction: The question below contains one more blank space, each blank indicating an omitted word. Each sentence is followed by five (5) lettered words or set of words. Read and determine the general sense of each sentence. Then choose the word or set or words which, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence. If effective measures are not timely taken to ______ the child of jealousy, the child may grow into a jealous person by nature.
cure
protect
prevent
remedy
treatment
Direction: The question below contains one more blank space, each blank indicating an omitted word. Each sentence is followed by five (5) lettered words or set of words. Read and determine the general sense of each sentence. Then choose the word or set or words which, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence. He cannot even tolerate the presence of one, he is strongly________of.
delighted
envious
revolted
angry
disgusted
Direction: The question below contains one more blank space, each blank indicating an omitted word. Each sentence is followed by five (5) lettered words or set of words. Read and determine the general sense of each sentence. Then choose the word or set or words which, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence. He would withdraw from the company of others, and may be so______or frustrated in nature, when finding that he is unable to do anything against the object of his envy, that he would not be able to_______anything good of anyone else.
fussy, accolade
haze, accept
unclear, compliment
distorted, appreciate
unnatural, like
Direction: The question below contains one more blank space, each blank indicating an omitted word. Each sentence is followed by five (5) lettered words or set of words. Read and determine the general sense of each sentence. Then choose the word or set or words which, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence. On the contrary, a______person may cause harm to others, even to one not directly related to the object of his envy.
envious
impoverished
offended
angry
indigent
Direction: The question below contains one more blank space, each blank indicating an omitted word. Each sentence is followed by five (5) lettered words or set of words. Read and determine the general sense of each sentence. Then choose the word or set or words which, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence. In the late 1990s the number of drug users had decreased by half_______to a decade earlier; almost two-thirds of high school seniors had never used any illegal drugs, even marijuana.
thought
contrasted
compared
evaluated
balanced
Direction: The question below contains one more blank space, each blank indicating an omitted word. Each sentence is followed by five (5) lettered words or set of words. Read and determine the general sense of each sentence. Then choose the word or set or words which, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence. Give us a happy____and we write a new disaster story.
conclusion
finish
end
ending
theme
Direction: The question below contains one more blank space, each blank indicating an omitted word. Each sentence is followed by five (5) lettered words or set of words. Read and determine the general sense of each sentence. Then choose the word or set or words which, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence. People who had been_____the pavement for years could finally get work. Yet pundits warned of_____economic disaster.
disliking, large
threatening, heavy
beating, big
smashing, strong
pounding, imminent
Direction: The question below contains one more blank space, each blank indicating an omitted word. Each sentence is followed by five (5) lettered words or set of words. Read and determine the general sense of each sentence. Then choose the word or set or words which, when inserted in the sentence, best fits the meaning of the sentence. They predicted inflation would take off, just as they had a few years earlier-also_____when the unemployment rate dipped below 6 per cent.
precisely
erroneously
incorrectly
accurately
unluckily
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Description:

The test contains 20 questions based on Vocabulary and Sentence Completion as per original GRE test. There are 4 Questions on Antonyms, 4 on Analogies, and 12 questions on Sentence Completion in this test. The GRE writers often use common words but with their uncommon meanings. An attempt has been made to provide the test takers with an insight into the GRE specific words and word relationships.
Disclaimer: Content, such as images used in the questions (if any), have been picked up from various places for the sole purpose of Instruction.

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