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GRE Vocab C
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  1. Cache

    Hiding place

  2. Cacophonous

    • Discordant

    • inharmonious

  3. Callow

    • Youthful

    • immature

    • inexperienced

  4. Candid

    • Frankness

    • candor

  5. Capacious

    Spacious

  6. Capricious

    • Unpredictable

    • fickle

  7. Captious

    Fault-finding

  8. Carnal

    Fleshy

  9. Carnivorous

    Meat-eating

  10. Carping

    • Petty criticism

    • fault-finding

  11. Castigation

    • Punishment

    • severe criticism

  12. Catalyst

    • Agent that brings about a chemical change

    • while it remains unaffected and unchanged

  13. Categorical

    • Without exceptions

    • unqualified

    • absolute

  14. Catholic

    • Universal

    • wide-ranging liberal

  15. Caustic

    • Burning

    • sarcastically biting

  16. Celerity

    • Speed

    • rapidity

  17. Celibate

    • Abstaining from sexual intercourse

    • unmarried

  18. Censure

    • Blame

    • criticize

  19. Centrifugal

    • Radiating

    • departing from the center

  20. Cessation

    Stoppage

  21. Chaffing

    • Bantering

    • joking

  22. Chaste

    • Pure

    • virginal

    • modest

  23. Chicanery

    • Trickery

    • deception

  24. Chide

    Scold

  25. Chimerical

    Fantastically improbable

  26. Choleric

    Hot-tempered

  27. Churlish

    • Boorish

    • rude

  28. Ciliated

    Having minute hairs

  29. Circuitous

    Roundabout

  30. Cite

    • Quote

    • commend

  31. Clandestine

    Secret

  32. Claustrophobia

    Fear of being locked

  33. Cleft

    Split

  34. Clich´┐Ż

    Phrase dulled in meaning by repetition

  35. Coagulate

    • Thicken

    • congeal

    • clot

  36. Coda

    Concluding section of a musical or literary composition

  37. Coerce

    Use of force to get someone to obey

  38. Cogent

    Convincing

  39. Cognizance

    Knowledge

  40. Cohere

    • Stick together

    • cohesion

  41. Collation

    Light meal

  42. Colloquial

    • Pertaining to conversational or common speech

    • informal

  43. Colloquy

    Informal discussion

  44. Comatose

    • In a coma

    • extremely sleepy

  45. Combustible

    Easily burned

  46. Comely

    • Attractive

    • agreeable

  47. Commensurate

    Equal in extent

  48. Commiserate

    Feel or express pity or sympathy for

  49. Commodious

    Spacious and comfortable

  50. Compendium

    • Brief

    • comprehensive summary

  51. Complaisant

    • Trying to please

    • obliging

  52. Compliant

    • Yielding

    • conforming to requirements

  53. Conciliatory

    • Reconcile

    • sooth

  54. Concoct

    Prepare by combining

  55. Condone

    • Overlook

    • forgive

    • excuse

  56. Confiscate

    • Seize

    • commandeer

  57. Conformity

    • Harmony

    • agreement

  58. Confound

    • Confuse

    • puzzle

  59. Congenital

    Existing at birth

  60. Conjecture

    • Surmise

    • guess

  61. Connoisseur

    Person competent to act as a judge of art

  62. Consanguinity

    Kinship

  63. Consensus

    General agreement

  64. Construe

    • Explain

    • interpret

  65. Consummate

    Complete

  66. Contaminate

    Pollute

  67. Contention

    • Claim

    • thesis

  68. Contentious

    Quarrelsome

  69. Continence

    • Self-restraint

    • sexual chastity

  70. Contraband

    • Illegal trade

    • smuggling

    • smuggled goods

  71. Contrite

    • Penitent

    • feeling of guilt

  72. Controvert

    • Oppose with arguments

    • attempt to refute

  73. Conundrum

    • Riddle

    • difficult problem

  74. Convene

    Assemble

  75. Converge

    • Tend to meet

    • come together

  76. Conversant

    Familiar with

  77. Converse

    Opposite

  78. Convoluted

    • Coiled around

    • involved

    • intricate

  79. Copious

    Plentiful

  80. Corpulent

    Very fat

  81. Coy

    • Shy

    • modest

    • coquettish

  82. Cozen

    • Cheat

    • hoodwink

    • swindle

  83. Craven

    Cowardly

  84. Crux

    Essential or main point

  85. Cryptic

    • Mysterious

    • hidden

    • secret

  86. Cupidity

    Greed

  87. Curtail

    • Shorten

    • reduce

  88. Cynical

    Skeptical or distrustful of human motives

  89. Cabal

    A scheme or plot a group of plotters

  90. Cadge

    To beg to get by begging

  91. Cajole

    Use flattery or deceit to persuade

  92. Calipers

    Metal supports attached to the legs measuring instrument

  93. Calumny

    Slander aspersion

  94. Cant

    Insincere talk/jargon

  95. Cantankerous

    Bad-tempered/quarrelsome

  96. Canvass

    Discuss thoroughly sort of touting

  97. Centurion

    Leader of a unit of 100 soldiers

  98. Chary

    Cautious wary

  99. Chauvinist

    A blindly devoted patriot

  100. Churl

    Bad-tempered person

  101. Clamor

    Shout complain with a lot of noise

  102. Clinch

    Come to grips/settle conclusively

  103. Cloture

    Closing device (in Parliament) to end a debate by voting

  104. Coalescing

    Coming together and uniting into one substance

  105. Coddle

    Treat with care and tenderness

  106. Coeval

    Of the same period coexisting

  107. Cogitate

    Think deeply mediate

  108. Cohort

    A group or band of people

  109. Colander

    Bowl-shaped vessel with many holes used to drain off water

  110. Collusion

    Secret agreement for a deceitful purpose

  111. Commemorate

    Keep the memory of

  112. Compunction

    Feeling of regret for one's action

  113. Conceit

    Over-high opinion of too much pride

  114. Concord

    Agreement or harmony

  115. Concur

    Agree in opinion happen together

  116. Conduce

    To bring about

  117. Conjoin

    To join together

  118. Connotation

    Suggestion in addition to

  119. Consequential

    Pompous self important

  120. Conspicuous

    Easily seen remarkable

  121. Consternation

    Surprise and fear dismay

  122. Constrain

    Compel

  123. Constrict

    Make tight or smaller

  124. Contemn

    To scorn or despise

  125. Contiguous

    Touching neighboring near

  126. Contumacious

    Insubordinate rebellious

  127. Conviction

    Convincing firm belief

  128. Convoke

    Call together summon

  129. Cordon

    Line (of police acting as a guard)

  130. Cornucopia

    Abundant supply

  131. Corporeal

    Physical of or for the body

  132. Correlate

    Have a mutual relation

  133. Corroboration

    Additional strengthening evidence

  134. Countenance

    To favor or approve of

  135. Countervail

    Counterbalance

  136. Covert

    Disguised

  137. Covetous

    Eagerly desirous

  138. Crass

    Very great (es. stupidity)

  139. Cravat

    Piece of linen worn as a necktie

  140. Credulous

    Ready to believe things

  141. Curmudgeon

    Bad-tempered person

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