Kaplan GRE

  1. Abase
    to humble; disgrace
  2. Abate
    to reduce in amount, degree, or severity
  3. Abdicate
    to give up a position, right, or power
  4. Aberrant
    deviating from what is normal or expected
  5. Abeyance
    temporary suppression or supension
  6. Abjure
    to reject; abandon formally
  7. Abscond
    to leave secretly
  8. Abstain
    to chose not to do something
  9. Abstemious
    moderate in appetite
  10. Abyss
    an extreely deep hole
  11. Accretion
    a growth in size; increase in amount
  12. Acidulous
    sour in taste or manner
  13. Acme
    highest point; summit; the highest level or degree attainable
  14. Adulterate
    to make impure
  15. Advocate
    to speak in favor of
  16. Aerie
    a nest built high in the air; an elevated, often secluded, dwelling
  17. Aesthetic
    concerning the appreciation of beauty
  18. Affected
    phony; artificial
  19. Aggrandize
    to increase in power, influence, and reputation
  20. Alacrity
    speed or quickness
  21. Alleviate
    to make more bearable
  22. Amalgamate
    to combine; to mix together
  23. Ambiguous
    doubtful or uncertain; can be interpreted several ways
  24. Ameliorate
    to make better; to improve
  25. Amortize
    to diminish by installment payments
  26. Amulet
    ornament worn as a charm against evil spirits
  27. Anachronism
    something out of place in time
  28. Analgesia
    a lessening of pain without loss of consciousness
  29. Analogous
    similar or alike insome way; equivalent to
  30. Anodyne
    something that calms or soothes pain
  31. Anomaly
    deviation from what is normal
  32. Antagonize
    to annoy or provoke to anger
  33. Antipathy
    extreme dislike
  34. Apathy
    lack of interest or emotion
  35. Apocryphal
    of questionable authority or authenticity
  36. Apostate
    one who renounces a religious faith
  37. Approbation
    approval and praise
  38. Arbitrary
    determined by chance or impulse
  39. Arbitrate
    to judge a dispute between two opposing parties
  40. Archaic
    ancient; old-fashioned
  41. Ardor
    intense and passionate feeling
  42. Arrogate
    to claim without justification; to claim for oneself without right
  43. Articulate
    able to speak clearly and expressively
  44. Assail
    to attack; assault
  45. Assuage
    to make something unpleasant less severe
  46. Attenuate
    to reduce in force or degree; weaken
  47. Audacious
    fearless and daring
  48. Augury
    prophecy; prediction of events
  49. August
    dignified; grandiose
  50. Austere
    severe or stern in appearance; undecorated
  51. Axiom
    premise; postulate; self-evident truth
  52. Banal
    predictable; cliched; boring
  53. Belfry
    bell tower; room in which a bell in hung
  54. Bevy
  55. Bifurcate
    to divide into two parts
  56. Bilk
    to cheat; defraud
  57. Blight
    to afflict; destroy
  58. Blithe
    joyful; cheerful; or without appropriate thought
  59. Bolster
    to support; prop up
  60. Bombastic
    pompous in speech and manner
  61. Bonhomie
    good-natured geniality; atmosphere of good cheer
  62. Boor
    crude person, one lacking manners or taste
  63. Burgeon
    to grow and flourish
  64. Burnish
    to polish
  65. Cabal
    a secret group seeking to overturn something
  66. Cacophony
    harsh, jarring noise
  67. Calumny
    a false and malicious accusation; misrepresentation
  68. Canard
    a lie
  69. Candid
    impartial and honest in speech
  70. Capricious
    changing one's mind quickly and often
  71. Cartography
    science or art of making maps
  72. Castigate
    to punish or criticize harshly
  73. Catalyst
    something that brings about a change in something else
  74. Catholic
    universal broad and comprehensive
  75. Caustic
    biting in wit
  76. Chaos
    great disorder or confused situation
  77. Chauvinist
    someone prejudiced in favor of a group to which he or she belongs
  78. Chicanery
    deception by means of craft or guile
  79. Circumspect
    cautious; aware of potential consequences
  80. Cloying
    sickly sweet; excessive
  81. Coalesce
    to grow together to form a single whole
  82. Coffer
    strongbox; large chest for money
  83. Cogent
    convincing and well-reasoned
  84. Collusion
    collaboration; complicity; conspiracy
  85. Condone
    to overlook, pardon, or disregard
  86. Connoisseur
    a person with expert knowledge or discriminating tastes
  87. Contrite
    deeply sorrowful and repentatnt for a wrong
  88. Contumacious
  89. Convoluted
    intricate and complicated
  90. Corroborate
    to support with evidence
  91. Cosset
    to pamper; treat with great care
  92. Coterie
    an intimate group of persons with a similar purpose
  93. Craven
    lacking courage
  94. Credulous
    too trusting; gullible
  95. Crescendo
    steadily increasing in volume or force
  96. Cupidity
    greed; strong desire
  97. Curmudgeon
    cranky person, usually old
  98. Debutante
    young woman making debut in high society
  99. Declivity
    downward slope
  100. Decorous
    proper; tasteful; socially correct
  101. Decorum
    appropriateness of behavior or conduct; propriety
  102. Deface
    to mar the appearance of; vandalize
  103. Deference
    respect; courtesy
  104. Deleterious
    subtly or unexpectedly harmful
  105. Demagogue
    a leader or rabble-rouser, usually appealing to emotion or prejudice
  106. Demur
    to express doubts or objections
  107. Deride
    to speak of or treat with contempt; to mock
  108. Desiccate
    to dry out thoroughly
  109. Desultory
    jumping from one thing to another; disconnected
  110. Diaphanous
    allowing light to show through; delicate
  111. Diatribe
    an abusive, condemnatory speech
  112. Dictum
    authoritative statement
  113. Diffident
    lacking self-confidence
  114. Dilate
    to make larger; expand
  115. Dilatory
    intended to delay
  116. Dilettante
    someone with an amateurish and superficial interest in a topic
  117. Dirge
    a funeral hymn or mournful speech
  118. Disabuse
    to set right; free from error
  119. Discern
    to perceive or recognize
  120. Disparate
    fundamentally different; entirely unlike
  121. Dissemble
    to present a false appearance; to disguise one's real intentions or character
  122. Dissonance
    a harsh and disagreeable combination, especially of sounds
  123. Distaff
    the female branch of a family
  124. Distend
    to swell, inflate, or bloat
  125. Dither
    to act confusedly or without clear purpose
  126. Diurnal
    existing during the day
  127. Divine
    to foretell or know by inspiration
  128. Doctrinaire
    rigidly devoted to theories without regard for practicality; dogmatic
  129. Dogma
    a firmly held opinion, especially a religious belief
  130. Dogmatic
    dictatorial in one's opinions
  131. Droll
    amusing in a wry, subtle way
  132. Dupe
    to deceive; a person who is easily deceived
  133. Dyspeptic
    suffering from indigestion; gloomy and irritable
  134. Ebullient
    exhilarated; full of enthusiam and high spirits
  135. Eclectic
    selecting from or made up from a variety of soures
  136. Edify
    to instruct morally and spiritually
  137. Efficacy
  138. Effigy
    stuffed doll; likeness of a person
  139. Effrontery
    impudent boldness; audacity
  140. Elegy
    a sorrowful poem or speech
  141. Eloquent
    persuassive and moving, espcially in speech
  142. Embellish
    to add ornamental or fictitious details
  143. Emulate
    to copy; to try to equal or excel
  144. Encomium
    warm praise
  145. Endemic
    belinging to a particular area; inherent
  146. Enervate
    to reduce in strength
  147. Engender
    to produce, cause, or bring about
  148. Enigma
    a puzzle; a mystery
  149. Enumerate
    to count, list, or itemize
  150. Ephemeral
    lasting a short time
  151. Epicure
    person with refined taste in food and wine
  152. Equivocate
    to use expressions of double meaning in order to mislead
  153. Erratic
    wandering and unpredictable
  154. Ersatz
  155. Erudite
    learned; scholarly; bookish
  156. Eschew
    to shun; to avoid (as something wrong or distasteful)
  157. Esoteric
    known or understood only by a few
  158. Estimable
  159. Ethos
    beliefs or character of a group
  160. Eulogy
    speech in praise of someone
  161. Euphemism
    use of an inoffensive word or phrase in place of a more distasteful one
  162. Euphony
    pleasant, harmonious sound
  163. Exacerbate
    to make worse
  164. Exculpate
    to clear from blame; prove innocent
  165. Exigent
    urgent; requiring immediate action
  166. Exonerate
    to clear of blame
  167. Explicit
    clearly stated or shown; forthright in expression
  168. Exponent
    one who champions or advocates
  169. Exprugate
    to censor
  170. Fallow
    dormant; unused
  171. Fanatical
    acting excessively enthusiastic; filled with extreme, unquestioned devotion
  172. Fatuous
    stupid; foolishly self-satisfied
  173. Fawn
    to grovel
  174. Fecund
    fertile; fruitful; productive
  175. Fervid
    intensely emotional; feverish
  176. Fetid
    foul-smelling; putrid
  177. Flag
    to decline in vigor; strength; or interest
  178. Florid
    excessively decorated or embellished
  179. Foment
    to arouse or incite
  180. Ford
    to cross a body of water by wading
  181. Forestall
    to prevent or delay; anticipate
  182. Fortuitous
    happening by chance; fortunate
  183. Fractious
    unruly; rebellious
  184. Frenetic
    frantic; frenzied
  185. Frugality
    tending to be thrifty or cheap
  186. Furtive
    secret; stealthy
  187. Gambol
    to dance or skip around playfully
  188. Garner
    to gather and store
  189. Garrulous
    tending to talk a lot
  190. Gestation
    growth process from conception to birth
  191. Glib
    fluent in an insincere manner; offhand; casual
  192. Glower
    to glare or stare angrily and intensely
  193. Gradation
    process occurring by regular degrees or stages; variation in color
  194. Gregarious
    outgoing; sociable
  195. Grievous
    causing grief or sorrow; serious and distressing
  196. Grovel
    to humble oneself in a demeaning way
  197. Guile
    deceit; trickery
  198. Gullible
    easily deceived
  199. Hapless
    unfortunate; having bad luck
  200. Hegemony
    the domination of one state or group over its allies
  201. Hermetic
    tightly sealed
  202. Heterogeneous
    composed of unlike parts; different; diverse
  203. Hoary
    very old; whitish or gray from age
  204. Homogeneous
    of a similar kind
  205. Husband
    to manage economically; to use sparingly
  206. Hyperbole
    purposeful exaggeration for effect
  207. Iconoclast
    one who opposes established beliefs, customs, and institutions
  208. Idiosyncrasy
    peculiarity of temperament; eccentricity
  209. Ignoble
    having low moral standards; not noble in character; mean
  210. Imbue
    to infuse, dye, wet, or moisten
  211. Impasse
    blocked path; dilemma with no solution
  212. Impecunious
    poor; having no money
  213. Imperturbable
    not capable of being disturbed
  214. Impervious
    impossible to penetrate; incapable of being affected
  215. Impetuous
    quick to act without thinking
  216. Impious
    not devout in religion
  217. Implacable
    unable to be calmed down or made peaceful
  218. Imprecation
    a curse
  219. Impugn
    to call into question; to attack verbally
  220. Incarnadine
    blood-red in color
  221. Inchoate
    no fully formed; disorganized
  222. Inculcate
    to teach; impress in the mind
  223. Indolent
    habitually lazy or idle
  224. Inexorable
    inflexible; unyielding
  225. Ingenuous
    showing innocence or childlike simplicity
  226. Ingrate
    ungrateful person
  227. Ingratiate
    to gain favor with another by deliberate effort; to seek to please somebody so as to gain an advantage
  228. Inimical
    hostile; unfriendly
  229. Iniquity
    sin; evil act
  230. Innocuous
  231. Inquest
    an investigatin; an inquiry
  232. Insipid
    lacking interest or flavor
  233. Insurrection
  234. Inter
    to bury
  235. Interregnum
    period between reigns
  236. Intractable
    not easily managed or manipulated
  237. Intransigent
    uncompromising; refusing to be reconciled
  238. Latent
    potential that is not readily apparent
  239. Laud
    to giv praise; to glorify
  240. Lavish
    extremely generous or extravagant; giving unsparingly
  241. Leery
  242. Languid
    lacking energy; indifferent
  243. Lapidary
    relating to precious stones or the art of cutting them
  244. Larceny
    theft of property
  245. Largess
    generous giving (as of money) to others who may seem inferior
  246. Lassitude
    a state of diminished energy
  247. Legerdemain
  248. Lethargic
    acting in an indifferent or slow, sluggish manner
  249. Levity
    an inappropriate lack of seriousness; overly casual
  250. Liberal
    tolerant or broad-minded; generous or lavish
  251. Libertine
    a free thinker, usually used disparagingly; one without moral restraint
  252. Intrepid
    fearless; resolutely courageous
  253. Inundate
    to overwhelm; to cover with water
  254. Inure
    to harden; accustom; become used to
  255. Invective
    abusive language
  256. Investiture
    ceremony conferring authority
  257. Invidious
    envious, obnoxious, or offensive, likely to promote ill-will
  258. Irascible
    easily made angry
  259. Itinerant
    wandering from place to place; unsettled
  260. Jargon
    nonsensical talk; specialized language
  261. Jettison
    to discard; to get rid of as unnecessary or encumbering
  262. Jingoism
    belligerent support of one's country
  263. Jocular
    playful; humorous
  264. Judicious
    sensible; showing good judgement
  265. Juncture
    point of time, especially where two things are joined
  266. Keen
    having a sharp edge; intellectually sharp; perceptive
  267. Kindle
    to set fire to or ignite; excite or inspire
  268. Kinetic
    relating to motion; characterized by movement
  269. Knell
    sound of a funeral bell; omen of death or failure
  270. Kudos
    fame, glory, or honor
  271. Lachrymose
  272. Laconic
    using few words
  273. Lament
    to express sorrow; to grieve
  274. Lampoon
    to ridicule with satire
  275. Licentious
    immoral; unrestrained by society
  276. Limpid
    clear; transparent
  277. Lionize
    to treat as a celebrity
  278. Lissome
    easily flexed; limber; agile
  279. Listless
    lacking energy and enthusiasm
  280. Livid
    discolored from a bruise; pale; reddened with anger
  281. Loquacious
  282. Lucid
    clear and esily understood
  283. Lugubrious
    sorrowful; mournful; dismal
  284. Lumber
    to move slowly and awkwardly
  285. Luminous
    btight; brilliant; glowing
  286. Machination
    plot or scheme
  287. Maelstrom
    whirlpool; turmoil; agitated state of mind
  288. Magnate
    powerful or influential person
  289. Malediction
    a curse; a wish of evil upon another
  290. Malinger
    to evade responibilty by pretending to be ill
  291. Malleable
    capable of being shaped
  292. Mannered
    artifical or stilted in character
  293. Mar
    to damage or deface; spoil
  294. Martinet
    strict discipliarian; one who rigidly follows rules
  295. Maudlin
    overly sentimental
  296. Mendacious
  297. Mendicant
  298. Mercurial
    quick, shrewd, and unpredictable
  299. Meretricious
    gaudy; falsely attractive
  300. Metaphor
    figure of speech comparing two different things
  301. Meticulous
    extremely careful; fastidious; painstaking
  302. Militate
    to operate against; work against
  303. Mirth
    frivolity; gaiety; laughter
  304. Misanthrope
    a person who dislikes others
  305. Missive
    a written note or letter
  306. Mitigate
    to soften; to lessen
  307. Mollify
    to calm or make less severe
  308. Molt
    to shed hair, skin, or an outer layer periodically
  309. Monastic
    extremly plain or secluded, as in a monastery
  310. Monotony
    no variaion; tedioulsly the same
  311. Mores
    fixed customs or manners; moral attitudes
  312. Multifarious
  313. Myopic
    lacking foresight; having a narrow view or long-range perspective
  314. Nadir
    lowest point
  315. Naive
    lacking sophistication or experience
  316. Nascent
    starting to develop; coming into existence
  317. Neologism
    new word or expression
  318. Neophyte
    novice; beginner
  319. Nettle
    to irritate
  320. Noisome
    stinking; putrid
  321. Nominal
    existing in name only; negligble
  322. Nuance
    a subltle expression of meaning or quality
  323. Numismatics
    coin collecting
  324. Obdurate
    hardening in feeling; resistant to persuasion
  325. Oblique
    indirect or evasive; misleading or devious
  326. Obsequious
    overly submissive and eager to please
  327. Obstinate
    stubborn; unyielding
  328. Obviate
    to prevent; to make unnecessary
  329. Occlude
    to stop up; prevent the passage of
  330. Officious
    too helpful; meddlesome
  331. Onerous
    troublesome and oppresive; burdensome
  332. Opaque
    impossible to see through; preventing the passage of light
  333. Opine
    to express an opinion
  334. Opprobrium
    public disgrace
  335. Orotund
  336. Ossify
    to change in to bone; to become hardened or set in a rigidly conventional pattern
  337. Ostensible
  338. Ostentation
    excessive showiness
  339. Overwrought
    agitated; overdone
  340. Palatial
    relating to a palace; magnificent
  341. Palliate
    to make less serious; ease
  342. Pallid
    lacking color or liveliness
  343. Panache
    flamboyance or dash in style and action; verve
  344. Panegyric
    elaborate praise; formal hymn of praise
  345. Panoply
    impressive array
  346. Paradox
    a contradiction or dilemma
  347. Paragon
    model of excellence or perfection
  348. Pare
    to trim off excess; reduce
  349. Pariah
    an outcast
  350. Parley
    discussion, usually between enemies
  351. Parry
    to ward off or deflect, especially by a quickwitted answer
  352. Pastiche
    piece of literature or music imitating other works
  353. Pathogenic
    causing disease
  354. Peccadillo
    minor sin or offense
  355. Pedant
    someone who shows off learning
  356. Pejorative
    having bad connotations; disparaging
  357. Penury
    an oppressive lack of resources (as money); severe poverty
  358. Peregrinate
    to wander fro place to place; to travel; especially on foot
  359. Perfidious
    willing to betray one's trust
  360. Perfunctory
    done in a routine way; indifferent
  361. Peripatetic
    wandering from place to place, especially on foot
  362. Permeate
    to penetrate
  363. Perspicacious
    shrewd, astute, or keen-witted
  364. Pervade
    to be present throughout; to permeate
  365. Phalanx
    a compact or close-knit body of people, animals, or things
  366. Philanthropy
    charity; a desire or effort to promote goodness
  367. Philistine
    a person who is guided by materialism and is disdainful of intellectual or artistic values
  368. Phlegmatic
    calm and unemotional in temperament
  369. Pithy
    profound or substantial yet concise, succinct and to the point
  370. Placate
    to soothe or pacify
  371. Plastic
    able to be molded, altered, or bent
  372. Plebeian
    crude or coarse; characteristic of commoners
  373. Plethora
  374. Plucky
    courageous; spunky
  375. Polemic
    controversy; argument; verbal attack
  376. Politic
    shrewd and practical in managing or dealing with things; diplomatic
  377. Polyglot
    a speaker of many languages
  378. Posit
    to assume as real or conceded; propose as an explanation
  379. Potentate
    a monarch or ruler with great power
  380. Pragmatic
    practical, as opposed to idealistic
  381. Prattle
    meaningless, foolish talk
  382. Precipitate
    to throw violently or bring about abruplty; lacking deliberation
  383. Precis
    short summary of facts
  384. Prescient
    having foresight
  385. Prevaricate
    to lie or deviate from the truth
  386. Pristine
    fresh and clean; uncorrupted
  387. Probity
    complete honesty and integrity
  388. Proclivity
    a natural inclination or predisposition
  389. Prodigal
    lavish; wasteful
  390. Profligate
    corrupt; degenerate
  391. Proliferate
    to increase in number quickly
  392. Propitiate
    to conciliate; to appease
  393. Propriety
    the quality of behaving in a proper manner; obeying rules and customs
  394. Prudence
    wisdom, caution, or restraint
  395. Puerile
    childish, immature, or silly
  396. Pugilism
  397. Pulchritude
  398. Pungent
    sharp and irritating to the senses
  399. Pusillanimous
    cowardly; without courage
  400. Querulous
    inclined to complain; irritable
  401. Quiescent
  402. Quixotic
    overly idealistic; impractical
  403. Quotidian
    occurring daily; commonplace
  404. Raconteur
    witty, skillful storyteller
  405. Rarefy
    to make thinner or sparser
  406. Redress
    relief from wrong or injury
  407. Rejoinder
  408. Repast
    meal or mealtime
  409. Replete
    abundantly supplied, complete
  410. Repose
    rexlation; leisure
  411. Repudiate
    to reject the validity of
  412. Requite
    to return or repay
  413. Restive
    impatient, uneasy, or restless
  414. Reticent
    silent; reserved
  415. Rhetoric
    effective writing or speaking
  416. Ribald
    humorous in a vulgar way
  417. Rococo
    very highly ornamented; relating to an 18th century artistic style of elaborate ornamentation
  418. Rustic
  419. Sacrosanct
    extremely sacred; beyond criticism
  420. Sagacious
    shrewd; wise
  421. Salient
    prominent; of notable significance
  422. Salubrious
  423. Sanguine
    ruddy; cheerfully optimistic
  424. Sardonic
    cynical; scornfully mocking
  425. Satiate
    to satisfy fully or overindulge
  426. Scintilla
    trace amount
  427. Sedition
    behavior that promotes rebellion or civil disorder against the state
  428. Sentient
    aware; conscious; able to perceive
  429. Seraphic
    angelic; sweet
  430. Sinecure
    a well-paying job or office that requires little or no work
  431. Slake
    to calm down or moderate
  432. Sobriquet
  433. Solecism
    gtrammatical mistake; blunder in speech
  434. Soporific
    causing sleep or lethargy
  435. Spartan
    highly self-disciplined; frugal; austere
  436. Specious
    deceptively attractive; seemingly plausible but fallacious
  437. Sportive
    frolicsome; playful
  438. Stasis
    a state of static balance or equilibrium; stagnation
  439. Stentorian
    extremely loud
  440. Stigma
    a mark of shame or discredit
  441. Stolid
    unemotional; lacking sensitivity
  442. Stratagem
    trick designed to deceive an enemy
  443. Sublime
    lofty or grand
  444. Sully
    to tarnish; taint
  445. Supplant
    to replace (another) by force; to take the place of
  446. Surfeit
    excessive amount
  447. Surly
    rude and bad-tempered
  448. Sybarite
    a person devoted to pleasure and luxury
  449. Sycophant
    a self-serving flatterer; yes-man
  450. Symbiosis
    cooperation; mutual helpfulness
  451. Syncopation
    temporary irregularity in musical rhythm
  452. Tacit
    done without using words
  453. Taciturn
    silent; not talkative
  454. Talon
    claw of an animal, especially a bird of prey
  455. Tangential
    digressing; diverting
  456. Tawdry
    gaudy, cheap,or showy
  457. Terrestrial
    earthly; down to earth; commonplace
  458. Tirade
    long, harsh speech or verbal attack
  459. Toady
    one who flatters in the hope of gaining favors
  460. Tome
    book, usually large and academic
  461. Torpor
    extreme mental and physical sluggishness
  462. Transitory
    temporary; lasting a brief time
  463. Trenchant
    acute, sharp, or incisive; forecful; effective
  464. Turgid
    swollen as from a fluid; bloated
  465. Tyro
    beginner; novice
  466. Umbrage
    offense; resentment
  467. Unconscionable
    unscrupulous; shockingly unfair or unjust
  468. Unequivocal
    absolute; certain
  469. Upbraid
    to scold sharply
  470. Usury
    the practice of lending money at exorbitant rates
  471. Vacillate
    to physically sway or to be indecisive
  472. Variegated
    varied; marked with different colors
  473. Venerable
    respected because of age
  474. Venerate
    to respect deeply
  475. Veracity
    filled with truth and accuracy
  476. Verbose
  477. Verdant
    green with vegtation; inexperienced
  478. Vernal
    related to spring; fresh
  479. Vestige
    a trace; remnant
  480. Vex
    to annoy; irritate; puzzle; confuse
  481. Vicissitude
    a change or variation; ups and downs
  482. Vim
    vitality and energy
  483. Viscous
    thick and adhesive, like a slow-flowing fluid
  484. Vituperate
    to abuse verbally; berate
  485. Volatile
    easily aroused or changeable; lively or explosive
  486. Voluble
    talkative; speaking easily; glib
  487. Wan
    sickly pale
  488. Wanton
    undisciplined; unrestrained; reckless
  489. Waver
    to fluctuate between choices
  490. Whimsical
    lightly acting in a fanciful or capricious manner; unpredictable
  491. Wily
    clever; deceptive
  492. Winsome
    charming; happily engaging
  493. Wizened
    shriveled; withered; wrinkled
  494. Wraith
    a ghost or specter; a ghost of a living person seen just before his or her death
  495. Xenophobia
    a fear or hatred of foreigners or strangers
  496. Yoke
    to join together
  497. Zeal
    passion; excitement
  498. Zealot
    someone passionately devoted to a cause
  499. Zenith
    the point of culmination; peak
  500. Zephyr
    a gentle breeze; something airy or usubstantial
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Kaplan GRE