GRE Word List-U

This is a Complete GRE Word List-U.

ubiquitous: being everywhere; omnipresent
ulcer: sore place appearing on the skin inside or outside the body
ulterior: intentionally hidden; beyond what is evident; situated beyond; unstated and often questionable
ultimate :final; not susceptible to further analysis; fundamental
Ultimatum :last demand; last warning; last statement of conditions that must be met
umbrage: resentment; anger; sense of injury or insult
unaccountable: inexplicable; impossible to account for; unreasonable or mysterious
unanimity: complete agreement
unassailable: not open to attack; impregnable; not subject to question
unassuaged:unsatisfied; not soothed
unassuming :modest
unbridled :violent; uncontrolled
uncanny: strange; mysterious
unceremonious: not done politely without due formalities
unconscionable :unscrupulous; not guided by conscience; excessive; beyond reason
uncouth: boorish; clumsy in speech or behavior; outlandish
unction: the act of anointing with oil
unctuous :oily; bland; insincerely suave
underhand(underhanded) :done slyly and secretly (being dishonest)
underlying :lying below; fundamental
undermine :weaken gradually; sap; dig a mine beneath
underscore :underline; emphasize
understate :state with less truth than seems warranted by the facts
understatement: statement which is below the truth
undertaker :funeral director; one whose business is to arrange burials
undulating:moving with a wavelike motion
unearth: dig up; discover (facts) by careful searching
unearthly :not earthly; supernatural; weird; ghostly
unequivocal: plain; clear; obvious
unerringly: infallibly
unexceptionable: entirely acceptable; not offering any basis for criticism
unfaltering :steadfast; firm; not changing
unfeigned: genuine; real
unfetter: liberate; free from chains

This is a Complete GRE Word List-U.

This is a Complete GRE Word List-U.

unfledged:immature; not having the feathers necessary to fly
unfrock :defrock; strip a priest or minister of church authority
ungainly (of someone) awkward in movement; clumsy; (of something) unwieldy
unguent ointment
uniformity sameness; monotony
unilateral one-sided; involving or affecting only one side
unimpeachable that cannot be impeached; beyond doubt or question; blameless and exemplary
uninhibited unrepressed; free in behavior and feelings
unintimating unfrightening
unique without an equal; single in kind
unison unity of pitch (in musical performance); complete accord
universal characterizing or affecting all; general; present everywhere; of the universe; cosmic
unkempt disheveled; uncared for in appearance; not combed
unmitigated (of something bad) not moderated; unrelieved or immoderate; without qualification; absolute
unobtrusive inconspicuous; not blatant
unprecedented having no previous example; novel; unparalleled
unprepossessing unattractive
unravel disentangle; solve
unregenerate making no attempt to change one’s bad practices
unrequited not requited; not reciprocated
unruly disobedient; lawless; difficult to control
unsavory distasteful; disagreeable; morally offensive
unscathed unharmed
unseemly unbecoming; not proper in behavior; indecent
unsightly ugly; unpleasant to look at
unsullied untarnished
untenable (of a position, esp. in an argument) indefensible; not able to be maintained
untoward unexpected and adverse; unfortunate or unlucky
unwarranted unjustified; having no justification; groundless
unwieldy awkward (to carry or move); cumbersome; unmanageable
unwitting not knowing; unaware; unintentional
unwonted unaccustomed; unusual
upbraid reprimand; severely scold
upright (sitting or standing) straight up; honest; moral
uproar noisy confusion
uproariousmarked by commotion or uproar; very noisy (esp. with laughter); hilarious
upshot outcome; final result
urbane suave; refined in manner; elegant
urchin mischievous child (usually a boy)
urge drive or force forward (by causing impulses); drive to take action; impel; entreat earnestly
urgent compelling immediate action; pressing; persistent; importunate
ursine bear like; pertaining to a bear
usage act or manner of using; accepted practice; way in which words are actually used
usurp seize another’s power or rank (without legal authority); supplant; appropriate
usury lending money at illegal high rates of interest
utopia ideal place, state, or society
uxorious excessively submissive or devoted to one’s wife

FRom GRE Word List-U Go to The GRE Word List Index

From GRE Word List-U to HOME PAGE

More Info

Popular Pages