GRE Vocabulary Builder for 26th March



English Vocabulary Index

GRE Vocabulary Builder for 26th March :

  1. Dote (v) : show excessive love for fondness ,adore


  2. Doubt (n) : hesitate, distrust, suspicion, uncertainty, disbelief


  3. Doubtful (adj.) : suspicious, uncertain


  4. Doubtful (adj.) : without doubt


  5. Douceur (n) : gratuity, bribe


  6. Dough (n) : kneaded flour


  7. Doughty (adj.) : valiant, formidable, above


  8. Dove (n) : a kind of pigeon


  9. Down (n) : open highland, a hill


  10. Down (adv.) : below


  11. Down (v) : defeat


  12. Downcast (adj.) : dejected, sad at heart, directed downwards


  13. Downfall (n) : ruin, calamity, great fall of rain


  14. Downpour (n) : a heavy rain


  15. Downright (adj.) : straight, forward, open, plain, fearless


  16. Downtrodden (adj.) : oppressed


  17. Downtrodden (n) : the down-trodden


  18. Downward (adj.) : descending


  19. Downward (adv.) : towards the lower level


  20. Dowry (n) : property given to a woman by her parents at her marriage


  21. Doxology (n) : a hymn of praise to


  22. Doyen ((n) : oldest member


  23. Doze (v) : slumber, yield, sleep drowsily


  24. Dozen (n) : a twelve


  25. Drab (adj.) : of dull colour, cheerless


  26. Draft (n) : an order for payment, a check, drawn


  27. Draft (v) : prepare a draft


  28. Drag (n) : draw along with force or difficulty


  29. Draggle (v) : make wet and dirty by trailing on the ground


  30. Dragon (n) : fire breathing crocodile or serpent with wings and claws


  31. Dragoon (n) : a heavy-armed cavalry man


  32. Drain (n) : a channel, a sewer, ditch


  33. Drain (v) : draw away by pipes


  34. Drainage (n) : a system of artificial or natural drain; sewage


  35. Drake (n) : the male of the duck


  36. Dram (n) : a weight of 1/8 ounce, a small measure


  37. Drama (n) : a stage play, an exciting happening


  38. Dramatic (adj.) : pertaining to drama, exciting, theatrical, scenic


  39. Draper (n) : a cloth merchant


  40. Drastic (adj.) : powerful, stern, forcible


  41. Draw (v) : attract, allure, drag


  42. Drawback (n) : hindrance, disadvantage


  43. Drawing (n) : a picture drawn


  44. Drawl (v) : speak in slow manner


  45. Drawl (n) : slow utterance


  46. Dray (n) : a low cart for carrying heavy loads


  47. Dread (v) : be in great fear of




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