word power book for GRE Word power(g)

  • Gabble (V): babble, chatter, and speak indistinctly The teacher asked the students not to gamble but to speak clearly.
  • Gaiety (N): cheerfulness The colorful sari she was wearing added gaiety to her beauty.
  • Gait (N): manner of walking  She walked with a graceful gait.
  • Galvanize (V): stimulate, inspire Received a special bonus.
  • Gamut (N): entire range, complete scale, entire area  The world renowned actor had gone through the entire gamut of Emotions on the silver screen
  • Garrulous (Adj): talkative He had long since stopped being attentive to his wife’s garrulous Talk.
  • Gory (Adj): bloody  The place of the accident was a gory scene with blood spewed all around.
  • Gaudy (Adj): over-bright, showy, and glaring He has no taste and wears the most gaudy dresses.
  • Ghastly (Adj):  terrible, horrible The recent Tsunami is a ghastly incident.
  • Gorgeous (Adj): extremely beautiful, splendid, magnificent She is a gorgeous woman.
  • Gregarious (Adj): sociable, extroverted She is very outgoing and gregarious.
  • Gruesome (Adj): horrible, terrible She spent her life in a gruesome atmosphere being tortured by her  Husband.
  • Gullible (Adj): credulous, easily deceived, incorrect  The ad is aimed at gullible young women, worried about their       Would.
  • Garnish (V): to decorate, to adorn    :
  •  Friendly and cheerful All the streets were garnished with colorful banners
  • Goad (V) : urge, to keep irritating or annoying somebody till they react. He finally goaded her into telling the secret.
  • Gloat (N): feast eyes or mindless fully / malignantly Some people gloat over the miseries of others.
  • Goof (N): a stupid mistake or blunder. She goofed in opening the door  to the burglar.
  • Gusto (N): enjoyment, enthusiasm Whatever you do, do with gusto.
  • Grandeur (N): impressiveness, majesty We were attracted by the grandeur and simplicity of that great  Man
  • Glut (Adj) : excessive, abundant There was a glut of vegetables in the market
  • Genteel (Adj): stylish, fashionable, and well dressed She has genteel manners
  • Glib (Adj): fluent, using words that are clever but not sincere The glib salesman made the highest sale of the company
  • Grandiloquent (Adj): using long or complicated words to impress people, pompous His grandiloquent speech bored the listeners
  • Generous (Adj): kind, charitable, noble minded He is known for his generosity
  • Genesis (N): origin, beginning, creation The novel had its genesis in the author’s childhood
  • Gigantic (Adj): huge, immense Sprawling three and half million square miles, china is a gigantic Country
  • Gnash (V): Strike the teeth together  He gnashed his teeth in anger

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