GRE VOCAB (Antonyms + Analogies) Online Test

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. The most conspicuous sign of what was taking place was the__________change in women's dress and appearance.
immense
regulatory
creative
fashionable
beautiful
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. The remaining forces which_______the revolution in manners and morals were all 100 per cent American.
revolved
gripped
accelerated
geared
agreed
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. A whole generation had been ______by the eat-drink-and-be- merry-for-tomorrow-we-die spirit which_______the departure of the soldiers to the training camps and the fighting front.
predicated…. inspired
infected…… accompanied
accommodated …… initiated
created ……. ordered
demonstrated …..instructed
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. Landies remarks how the current circumstances have _______the previous chaperonage of adults in matters of practical training in morality.
lightened
weakened
resolved
slackened
dissolved
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. Religious training is good, if it can help make love the governing principle of life; make life______and bring about “peace within.”
less noisy
private
serene
firm
still
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. Superstitious fear in the child and the ‘super-conscientious over analysis’ of his behaviour, are not in the interest of proper___________growth of the child.
societal
emotional
bodily
education
intellect
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. Self-esteem is essential for a good moral life; no external fear should be_______his behaviour.
energising
concerning
goading
limiting
demolishing
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. The______condition to develop is that the child must have a sense of honour for himself.
intriguing
amazing
desirable
astonishing
enchanting
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. The child may have to suffer from an over-acute sense of________, he may even lose his interest in didactic stories.
respect
criticism
guilt
blame
horror
For the following problem, choose the answer-pair that expresses a relationship most similar to that expressed in the capitalized pair given below. MASON: BUILDING ::
Fisherman: Fish
Cook: Spices
Teacher: Student
Doctor: Patient
Weaver: Cloth
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. SOLDIERS: REGIMENT:: ISLAND:__________.
Water Bodies
Water
Land
Group
Plantation
For the following problem, choose the answer-pair that expresses a relationship most similar to that expressed in the capitalized pair given below. ANCHOR: HOPE ::
Fire: Warmth
Music: Soothing
Annulet: Fidelity
Poet: Poems
Author: Books
For the following problem, choose the answer-pair that expresses a relationship most similar to that expressed in the capitalized pair given below. IS: WAS ::
Deny: Denial
Adult: Child
Present: Past
Tie: Tied
Explode: Devastate
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. HARD WORK: SUCCESS ::___________:
Medicine: Expenses
Air: Breathe
Germs: Infection
Wind: Blows
Animals: Pets
For the following problem, choose the word most opposite in meaning to the capitalized word. ACRIMONIOUS
Irate
Kind
Peevish
Trenchant
Sharp
For the following problem, choose the word most opposite in meaning to the capitalized word. ADMONISH
Reprove
Reproach
Applaud
Censure
Scorn
For the following problem, choose the word most opposite in meaning to the capitalized word. SAVOR
Worth
Appreciate
Shun
Relish
Value
For the following problem, choose the word most opposite in meaning to the capitalized word. ANOMALOUS
Abnormal
Regular
Towering
Vast
Immense
For the following problem, choose the word most opposite in meaning to the capitalized word. CONTRADICT
Gainsay
Oppose
Corroborate
Refute
Contest
For the following problem, choose the word most opposite in meaning to the capitalized word. NEGATE
Approve
Belie
Disprove
Redress
Refute
Description:

The test contains 20 questions based on Vocabulary and Sentence Completion as per original GRE test. There are 6 Questions on Antonyms, 5 on Analogies, and 9 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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