GRE Complete Synonyms List
Let's make a list of synonyms of all words.

I will give it a head start.


1. Abhorrent, abominable, detestable, execrable, loathsome, obnoxious, repellent, repugnant, odious, heinous, disgusting, despicable, ignominious, reprehensible, censure, deplorable

2. Abandon, renounce, maroon, leave in the lurch, forfeit, disown, waive, ditch, abdicate, jilt, forsake, abjure, disown, repudiate

3. Abnormal, aberrant, anomalous, bizarre, eccentric, freak, idiosyncratic, queer, wayward, grotesque, ludicrous

4. Scurrilous, calumnious, libelous, opprobrious, obloquy, aspersion, vilification, denigrating, malign, traduce, smear, besmirch, tarnish, imputation, vituperation, abuse, assault, execration, invect, castigate, inveigh, reprimand, rebuke,

5. Accusations, impeachment, allegation, summons, indictment

6. Vindicate, absolve, acquit

7. Abundant, bountiful, copious, luxuriant, rampant

8. Acclaim, applaud, extol, commend, kudos, laud, eulogize, ovation, esteem, plaudits, acquiescence, endorsement, mandate, ratification

9. Bounty, largesse, munificence, philanthropy

10. Commendable, absolve, exemplary, laudable, meritorious, honorable

11. Aggressive, antagonistic, bellicose, belligerent, pugnacious, warlike, fractious, quarrelsome, contentious, litigious, militant

12. Alleviate, abate, allay, ameliorate, assuage, mitigate, slake, subdue, temper, relieve, mollify, appease, conciliate, placate, gruntle

You can add as many as you can, so that we make this list huge and helpful.


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Fashionable, modish, vogue, contemporary, trendy

Flirt, coquette, philanderer

Gaunt, emaciated, cadaverous, lanky, haggard

Heresy, unorthodox, heterodox, iconoclast, pagan

Hoodwink, cozen, deceive, dupe, hoax

Melancholy, lugubrious, disconsolate, despondent, somber, dejected, plaintive, lamenting, doleful

Paraphernalia, appurtenance, accessories

Pestilence, blight, pandemic, plague, contagion, epidemic

Pillage, depredation, marauding, plunder, despoil, ransack, ravage, devastate

Suspicious, apprehensive, skeptical, dubious, incredulous, wary

Sycophantic, flattering, servile

Therapeutic, curative, salubrious

Tumult, pandemonium, turmoil, chaos, commotion, turbulence, uproar

Voracious, ravenous, rapacious, insatiable, avid