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ETS Verbal Reasoning 1


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exact a toll on sth
to have a bad effect; to cause a lot of suffering
seep
to move, spread or pass slowly through small openings or pores; ooze.
tepid
not enthusiastic
excise
to remove something, especially by cutting
venture
a risky or daring journey or undertaking
disconnected
(of ideas and thoughts) not well joined together; difficult to see the purpose or pattern between them
rejuvenate
to make young or youthful again : give new vigor to
Impecunious
poor; having no money
assiduous
diligent, persistent, hardworking
feign
to pretend to have a particular feeling, problem
tacit
implicit, implied, understood without being expressed directly
hortatory
encouraging; exhortive; marked by exhortation;
transgression
violation of a law rule, or code of conduct; sin; an offence
antagonist
a person who is strongly opposed to something or someone
esteem
Respect and admiration
unwittingly
without knowing or planning; inadvertently
penchant
a strong or habitual liking for something or tendency to do something
distaste
Mild dislike or aversion
aversion
A strong dislike or disinclination.
retrofit
Add (a component or accessory) to something that did not have it when manufactured
marginalize
treat (a person, group, or concept) as insignificant or peripheral.
perceptual
Relating to the ability to interpret or become aware of something through the senses
relish
enjoy greatly;feel pleasure
designate
to choose someone officially to do a particular job
tailor
Make or adapt for a particular purpose or person
make out
recognize; discern; manage to see or hear or understand (with some difficulty)
sweeping
wide in range or effect;extensive
a battery of sth
a number of things of a similar type
resilient
able to quickly return to a previous good condition
dilute
(of a liquid) made thinner or weaker by having had water or another solvent added to it.
pertain (to sth)
be appropriate, related, or applicable.
circulation
the number of people that a newspaper or magazine is regularly sold to
readily
quickly, immediately, willingly, or without any problem
speculative
based on a guess and not on information
offset
balance or counteract (something) by having an opposing force or effect.
inherent
existing as a natural or basic part of something
pagan
1.a person who has pagan beliefs 2.relating to a religion that worships many gods
impart
to communicate information to someone
extemporaneous
done or said without any preparation or thought
syntax
the grammatical arrangement of words in a sentence
association
a connection; a feeling or thought that relates to someone or something
Snippet
Piece, fragment, portion
excerpt
a short part taken from a speech, book, film, etc.
vestigial
forming a very small remnant of something that was once much larger or more noticeable.
puny
small; weak; not effective:
abolish
to end an activity or custom officially
strand
a part that combines with other parts to form a whole story, subject, or situation
condone
to accept or allow behaviour that is wrong
rebuttal
a statement that says that something is not true
relic
an object, tradition, or system from the past that continues to exist