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Antonyms MCQs : This section focuses on the "Antonyms". These Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) should be practiced to improve the Antonyms skills required for various interviews (campus interview, walk-in interview, company interview), placement, entrance exam and other competitive examinations.




Question 1

The dinner set she presented to me was durable enough.

A. worn
B. fragile
C. light
D. strong

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Question 2

It was really a gracious occasion for me.

A. benign
B. infructuous
C. churlish
D. wasteful

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Question 3

Ratan never drive to work.

A. seldom
B. often
C. always
D. sometimes

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Question 4

This offer has come as a great boon to me.

A. misfortune
B. blemish
C. curse
D. trouble

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Question 5

How can you cut an apple with this blunt knife?

A. pointed
B. sharpened
C. polished
D. filed

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Question 6

Antonym of ANCESTORS

A. supporters
B. disciples
C. followers
D. descendants

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Question 7

Antonym of OFFER

A. beg
B. borrow
C. snatch
D. request

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Question 8

ENORMOUS

A. Soft
B. Average
C. Tiny
D. Weak

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Question 9

The intricate carvings on the panels are notable.

A. hateful
B. uncommon
C. ordinary
D. absurd

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Question 10

Antonym of FACTITIOUS

A. ridiculous
B. genuine
C. engineered
D. magnificent

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Question 11

Rigid :

A. Merciful
B. Generous
C. Lenient
D. Tolerant

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Question 12

The scene was indeed captivating.

A. hateful
B. disgusting
C. repulsive
D. obscene

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Question 13

ZENITH

A. Acme
B. Top
C. Nadir
D. Pinnacle

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Question 14

His tardy manners were a great impediment in the path of his success.

A. quick
B. enthusiastic
C. sluggish
D. progressive

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Question 15

Antonym of CONFORM

A. disappoint
B. reform
C. deform
D. dissent

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Question 16

The commission took two years to go through the massive collection of files and documents before preparing its report.

A. ugly
B. short
C. light
D. meagre

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Question 17

Antonym of NADIR

A. progress
B. liberty
C. zenith
D. modernity

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Question 18

He has a superficial knowledge of the subject.

A. wide
B. profound
C. sufficient
D. excessive

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Question 19

Everything about him, especially his talkative nature, proclaims his effeminacy.

A. aggressiveness
B. attractiveness
C. manliness
D. boorishness

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Question 20

Antonym of SANCTIFY

A. dedicate
B. patronise
C. venerate
D. pollute

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Question 21

Antonym of ARROGANT

A. proud
B. meek
C. insolent
D. rude

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Question 22

Antonym of INIMICAL

A. friendly
B. cheerful
C. neutral
D. emotional

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Question 23

Antonym of RETAIN

A. reject
B. renounce
C. spare
D. eject

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Question 24

Only egalitarianism can lay the foundations of a strong nation.

A. dictatorship
B. domination
C. imperialism
D. elitism

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Question 25

She bought a gaudy shawl as a wedding gift for her sister.

A. fatuous
B. sober
C. garnish
D. ornate

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Question 26

The heroine's infidelity finds no mention in this biography.

A. loyalty
B. innocence
C. intelligence
D. charity

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Question 27

The two girls are always together. There is a great affinity between them.

A. apathy
B. empathy
C. antipathy
D. sympathy

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Question 28

ARTIFICIAL

A. Red
B. Natural
C. Truthful
D. Solid

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Question 29

Antonym of ACUTE

A. sharp
B. critical
C. dull
D. sensitive

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Question 30

Every move I make seems to affect him adversity.

A. deeply
B. favourably
C. badly
D. internally

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Question 31

Antonym of COMIC

A. painful
B. fearful
C. tragic
D. emotional

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Question 32

Antonym of CHOICE

A. refusal
B. dilemma
C. harm
D. approval

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Question 33

Antonym of SUBJUGATE

A. enrich
B. liberate
C. enslave
D. free

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Question 34

Antonym of FOSTER

A. repress
B. curb
C. check
D. control

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Question 35

Antonym of IMPULSIVE

A. cautious
B. considerate
C. clever
D. cunning

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Question 36

This author has perspicuity in his style.

A. frankness
B. bluntness
C. obtuseness
D. vivacity

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Question 37

Antonym of CHALLENGE

A. admire
B. accept
C. favour
D. praise

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Question 38

Antonym of PAUCITY

A. surplus
B. scarcity
C. presence
D. richness

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Question 39

Adversity teaches man to be humble and self-reliant.

A. prosperity
B. curiosity
C. animosity
D. sincerity

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Question 40

The usual adulation of the officers msut end.

A. back-biting
B. flattery
C. condemnation
D. praise

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Question 41

The fifteenth century witnessed an era of Renaissance in Europe.

A. pestilence
B. decadence
C. immorality
D. prehistory

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Question 42

Antonym of METICULOUS

A. slovenly
B. meretricious
C. shaggy
D. mutual

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Question 43

Antonym of SERENE

A. jovial
B. moving
C. agitated
D. nervous

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Question 44

He is in the habit of taking a casual leave quite often.

A. futile
B. regular
C. formal
D. systematic

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Question 45

Antonym of MANAGE

A. direct
B. avail
C. bungle
D. wild

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Question 46

Antonym of PACIFY

A. insult
B. injure
C. offend
D. aggravate

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Question 47

Antonym of CULMINATE

A. frustrate
B. fail
C. abort
D. defeat

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Question 48

MITIGATE :

A. Abate
B. Aggravate
C. Allay
D. Alleviate

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Question 49

Antonym of MINION

A. master
B. quorum
C. majority
D. host

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Question 50

He is the most prudent person. I have ever came across.

A. shortsighted
B. reckless
C. inconsiderate
D. injudicious

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Question 51

The actor is well known both for his humility and courage.

A. pride
B. determination
C. honesty
D. gentleness

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Question 52

Antonym of DISCOUNT

A. interest
B. premium
C. profit
D. concession

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Question 53

She is beautiful as well as frivolous.

A. indecent
B. serious
C. insane
D. rude

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Question 54

BELITTLE

A. Criticize
B. Flatter
C. Exaggerate
D. Adore

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Question 55

Antonym of BASE

A. roof
B. height
C. top
D. climax

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Question 56

Gandhi did not welcome the idea of being a mute spectator to the atrocious behaviour of the whites towards the non-whites in Africa.

A. gracious
B. noble
C. civilised
D. pleasing

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Question 57

Antonym of GOBLIN

A. angel
B. hermit
C. traveller
D. pilot

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Question 58

VANITY

A. Pride
B. Humility
C. Conceit
D. Ostentatious

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Question 59

Antonym of CLARITY

A. exaggeration
B. candour
C. confusion
D. reserve

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Question 60

The plantation workers were on a collision course before the labour officer intervened.

A. circuitous
B. retaliatory
C. conciliatory
D. perfunctory

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Question 61

The priest would not allow anyone to desecrate the sanctity of the temple.

A. desist
B. integrate
C. intensify
D. consecrate

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Question 62

This tonic serves to vitalise your hairs.

A. shorten
B. enfeeble
C. repress
D. clamour

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Question 63

Profusion :

A. Aspersion
B. Scarcity
C. Aversion
D. Confusion

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Question 64

Repression in China has deepened during the past few months.

A. regeneration
B. liberation
C. agitation
D. expression

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Question 65

Antonym of RABID

A. decent
B. fair
C. rational
D. pure

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Question 66

Tuberculosis is endemic in this area now a days.

A. concentrated
B. scattered
C. limited
D. sporadic

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Question 67

Trivial :

A. Serious
B. Intricate
C. Calm
D. Dainty

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Question 68

Antonym of INUNDATE

A. dehydrate
B. dislocated
C. devastated
D. disfigured

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Question 69

Antonym of MALICIOUS

A. boastful
B. indifferent
C. kind
D. generous

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Question 70

Antonym of BRAZEN

A. respectful
B. innocent
C. delicious
D. helpful

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Question 71

Antonym of VIGOUR

A. failure
B. negligence
C. frailty
D. health

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Question 72

We must realise the futility of wars.

A. urgency
B. usefulness
C. value
D. importance

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Question 73

His urbane attitude won him many friends.

A. rude
B. rustic
C. violent
D. indifferent

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Question 74

Many reactions take place in the blast furnace simultaneously.

A. invariably
B. contemporarily
C. separately
D. momentarily

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Question 75

LOQUACIOUS

A. Reticent
B. Talkative
C. Garrulous
D. Verbose

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Question 76

Antonym of ALIVE

A. passive
B. dead
C. asleep
D. drowsy

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Question 77

Most surfaces are made glossy by polishing.

A. rough
B. crude
C. dull
D. ugly

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Question 78

Anarchy emerges out of the wars of succession.

A. disappears
B. sinks
C. falls
D. drowns

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Question 79

Antonym of SEETHE

A. plumb
B. cool
C. freeze
D. chill

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Question 80

Ambiguous :

A. Auxiliary
B. Responsible
C. Salvageable
D. Clear

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Question 81

Antonym of DISINGENUOUS

A. industrious
B. cumbersome
C. slothful
D. honest

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Question 82

Antonym of CATHOLIC

A. rigid
B. orthodox
C. strict
D. narrow-minded

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Question 83

Antonym of INDIGENOUS

A. native
B. cheap
C. foreign
D. inferior

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Question 84

Unsettled conditions in the land led to the exodus of hundreds of its citizens.

A. expulsion
B. invasion
C. immigration
D. entry

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Question 85

QUERULOUS:

A. Disconnected
B. Timorous
C. Disputed
D. Contented

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Question 86

Acquit :

A. Retreat
B. Convict
C. Conceal
D. Deprive

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Question 87

Antonym of UNCOUTH

A. crude
B. awkward
C. courteous
D. refined

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Question 88

Antonym of PATCHY

A. clear
B. simple
C. uniform
D. attractive

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Question 89

STARTLED

A. Amused
B. Relaxed
C. Endless
D. Astonished

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Question 90

Antonym of INNOCENT

A. sinful
B. guilty
C. deadly
D. corruption

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Question 91

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : FLAGITIOUS

A. Innocent
B. Vapid
C. Ignorant
D. Frivolous

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Question 92

He climbed up a stationary wagon.

A. moving
B. speeding
C. shunting
D. standing

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Question 93

The leader was pragmatic in his approach to the problem facing the country.

A. indefinite
B. vague
C. idealistic
D. optimistic

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Question 94

Antonym of CONDENSE

A. lengthen
B. expand
C. distribute
D. interpret

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Question 95

Never consider your opponent to be weaker than you.

A. friend
B. rival
C. antagonist
D. ally

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Question 96

Antonym of POMPOUS

A. feeble
B. normal
C. humble
D. mild

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Question 97

Dhanik Lal is a deceitful man and cannot be relied upon.

A. dishonest
B. sincere
C. gentle
D. simple

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Question 98

Antonym of VANQUISH

A. surrender
B. debase
C. destroy
D. ruin

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Question 99

Rajesh is a shrewd person.

A. boisterous
B. aggressive
C. foolish
D. intelligent

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Question 100

The General Manager is quite tactful and handles the workers union very effectively.

A. disciplined
B. naive
C. strict
D. loose

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Question 101

I think this would be a quixotic project for me.

A. wasteful
B. profitable
C. fantastic
D. practical

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Question 102

Antonym of CAPACIOUS

A. changeable
B. foolish
C. caring
D. limited

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Question 103

The managing director remarked that the secretary was an asset to the company.

A. loss
B. liability
C. drag
D. handicap

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Question 104

Antonym of BEAUTIFUL

A. ugly
B. dark
C. rough
D. dirty

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Question 105

Antonym of COMPETITION

A. rivalry
B. compromise
C. monopoly
D. contest

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Question 106

Unlike his brother, he is fat and flabby.

A. healthy
B. tall
C. skinny
D. thin

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Question 107

Antonym of SMOOTH

A. ugly
B. awkward
C. hard
D. rough

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Question 108

Antonym of BEGUILE

A. persuade
B. cheat
C. flatter
D. smile

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Question 109

Antonym of FILTHY

A. stainless
B. shining
C. sterilized
D. clean

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Question 110

Antonym of CULPABLE

A. irresponsible
B. careless
C. blameless
D. defendable

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Question 111

Antonym of OVERWROUGHT

A. alert
B. alive
C. excited
D. calm

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Question 112

One can acquire fame only by being truthful, honest and faithful.

A. lose
B. deprive
C. forsake
D. surrender

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Question 113

Antonym of EQUANIMITY

A. excitement
B. duplicity
C. dubiousness
D. resentment

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Question 114

COVERING :

A. Excluding
B. Avoiding
C. Exhibiting
D. Hiding

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Question 115

Antonym of PROBLEM

A. reply
B. solution
C. answer
D. resolution

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Question 116

This area is well known for plentiful rain.

A. poor
B. impoverished
C. scarce
D. miserly

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Question 117

He found an ancient statue in the village.

A. fresh
B. new
C. recent
D. modern

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Question 118

It is obligatory for a common citizen to follow the rules.

A. optional
B. superfluous
C. necessary
D. advisable

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Question 119

He received a flattering compliment from Sunita immediately after the speech.

A. disparagement
B. eulogy
C. contempt
D. notoriety

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Question 120

It's not fair to leave dogs loose.

A. closed
B. chained
C. tight
D. locked

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Question 121

He proved utterly capricious in his dealings with his friends.

A. helpful
B. steadfast
C. understanding
D. obstinate

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Question 122

Miscellaneous items were discussed at the meeting.

A. minor
B. unrelated
C. mixed
D. classified

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Question 123

The minister gave a public speech on the controversial subject to precipitate the matter.

A. aggravate
B. create
C. defer
D. push

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Question 124

He found it hard to withstand the stress of circumstances.

A. endure
B. resist
C. tolerate
D. yield

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Question 125

Recession causes unemployment.

A. poverty
B. computerisation
C. education
D. inflation

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Question 126

Antonym of ACCORD

A. solution
B. act
C. dissent
D. concord

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Question 127

His interpretation of the poem is superficial.

A. mysterious
B. difficult
C. profound
D. mystical

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Question 128

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : EXODUS

A. Influx
B. Home-coming
C. Return
D. Restoration

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Question 129

There was something strange and morbid about the whole house.

A. healthy
B. cheerful
C. insipid
D. appealing

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Question 130

The error in the newspaper article is accidental.

A. permissible
B. usual
C. conventional
D. intentional

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Question 131

The scheme proved harmful for the people, the middle income group in particular.

A. common
B. usual
C. specific
D. general

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Question 132

Antonym of BAULK

A. admire
B. strengthen
C. clamour
D. encourage

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Question 133

Antonym of DISSIPATE

A. sustain
B. conserve
C. preserve
D. maintain

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Question 134

We had a delectable meal yesterday.

A. heavy
B. unsavory
C. tasty
D. nice

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Question 135

Their meeting was rather boisterous.

A. quiet
B. business like
C. noisy
D. calm

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Question 136

Haunts :

A. Permeates
B. Includes
C. Repels
D. Attracts

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Question 137

His disposition towards labour made him endearing to the Manager.

A. inclination
B. unwillingness
C. temperament
D. watchfulness

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Question 138

The treaty was ratified by the heads of states.

A. set aside
B. unsettled
C. destroyed
D. annulled

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Question 139

Worldly-wise people find it prudent to adopt a morally flexible attitude towards current behaviour patterns.

A. weak
B. uncompromising
C. hostile
D. neutral

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Question 140

Terrorism is a serious hazard to the country.

A. chance
B. peril
C. safety
D. problem

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Question 141

Antonym of ABHORRENCE

A. aversion
B. liking
C. appreciation
D. fear

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Question 142

Consolidate :

A. Weaken
B. Expand
C. Destroy
D. Build

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Question 143

Ours is undoubtedly a morbid society.

A. healthy
B. virtuous
C. liberal
D. progressive

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Question 144

Antonym of IMPROPRIETY

A. decorum
B. purity
C. ideal
D. conformity

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Question 145

Antonym of UNDERTAKING

A. resignation
B. trial
C. refusal
D. denial

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Question 146

The geologists declared that the fossil was authentic.

A. old
B. fake
C. new
D. beautiful

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Question 147

Antonym of EXALT

A. depreciate
B. ennoble
C. glorify
D. simplify

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Question 148

His short but pointed speech was applauded by all sections of the audience.

A. disapproved
B. misunderstood
C. praised
D. welcomed

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Question 149

Antonym of COMPACT

A. shattered
B. enlarged
C. spread
D. diffused

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Question 150

He is really an obstinate man.

A. considerate
B. friendly
C. understanding
D. compliant

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Question 151

Antonym of DEFIANCE

A. dismay
B. suspicion
C. obedience
D. anxiety

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Question 152

Antonym of DEVIATE

A. follow
B. locate
C. break
D. concentrate

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Question 153

Antonym of ROBUST

A. thin
B. emaciated
C. light
D. strong

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Question 154

Life in the villages is very dull.

A. serious
B. wasteful
C. bluffing
D. pleasant

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Question 155

His book has a short but useful introduction.

A. deduction
B. end
C. termination
D. conclusion

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Question 156

Antonym of SELDOM

A. rarely
B. daily
C. often
D. never

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Question 157

Misogynists are not applauded in society.

A. philanderers
B. philologists
C. philanthropists
D. philogynists

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Question 158

We received a cordial welcome from our host.

A. official
B. cold
C. distrustful
D. indifferent

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Question 159

Unity of thought and action has been the basis of India's strength and stability.

A. bias
B. diversity
C. division
D. weakness

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Question 160

We had a delectable meal yesterday.

A. nice
B. tasty
C. unsavoury
D. heavy

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Question 161

His living style and his conduct showed him opulent.

A. sumptuous
B. drooping
C. wealthy
D. poor

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Question 162

Antonym of ALLURE

A. repulse
B. develop
C. entice
D. decoy

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Question 163

Politicians toady are robbing the nation of its wealth.

A. strengthening
B. protecting
C. helping
D. enriching

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Question 164

Antonym of PERDITION

A. excitement
B. reward
C. inspiration
D. salvation

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Question 165

It was a mystery as to where the young girl had acquired such a cynical attitude.

A. mature
B. naive
C. eccentric
D. crazy

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Question 166

He is extremely intelligent but proud.

A. simple
B. ignorant
C. weak
D. dull

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Question 167

Antonym of REPRISAL

A. relief
B. forgiveness
C. exemption
D. relaxation

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Question 168

Antonym of PASSIONATE

A. calm
B. arrogant
C. sure
D. fervent

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Question 169

She is slender in figure.

A. strong
B. well-built
C. stout
D. slim

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Question 170

Antonym of ANATHEMATISE

A. radiate
B. regulate
C. deceive
D. bless

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Question 171

I was shocked to hear the scurrilous talks of the members of the Board.

A. decent
B. relevant
C. accurate
D. useful

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Question 172

He abandoned his family.

A. saved
B. supported
C. pleased
D. encouraged

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Question 173

In a literary work obscurity can be a virtue.

A. clarity
B. precision
C. definiteness
D. specificity

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Question 174

Antonym of SCEPTICAL

A. inquisitive
B. hopeful
C. indictive
D. intuitive

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Question 175

The momentum of the movement slackened in course of time.

A. recovered
B. multiplied
C. quickened
D. stopped

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Question 176

Antonym of TRAGEDY

A. humorous
B. comedy
C. romance
D. calamity

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Question 177

His writings have been much eulogised by Indian scholars.

A. condemned
B. flouted
C. disapproved
D. disparaged

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Question 178

Antonym of KNACK

A. dullness
B. balance
C. talent
D. dexterity

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Question 179

Antonym of ESTABLISH

A. disrupt
B. uproot
C. corrode
D. negate

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Question 180

Antonym of OBSTINATE

A. inflexible
B. prominent
C. pliable
D. fashionable

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Question 181

Many people try to resist reforms in the society.

A. repel
B. welcome
C. accept
D. fight

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Question 182

They have not been eating nourishing food.

A. heavy
B. undercooked
C. unhygienic
D. poor

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Question 183

Antonym of INDULGE

A. avoid
B. abstain
C. forego
D. neglect

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Question 184

Antonym of REQUISITE

A. dispensable
B. random
C. inappropriate
D. chaotic

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Question 185

Antonym of RESERVED

A. likeable
B. talkative
C. popular
D. companionable

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Question 186

Ranjeet is suffering from benign tumor.

A. contagious
B. infectious
C. spreading
D. malignant

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Question 187

The students assembled in the meeting hall.

A. removed
B. diffused
C. dispersed
D. eliminated

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Question 188

The bedroom is at the rear side of this house.

A. unusual
B. front
C. upper
D. back

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Question 189

The habit of squandering money should not be encouraged.

A. saving
B. collecting
C. hoarding
D. discarding

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Question 190

Last month tomatoes were quite cheap.

A. inexpensive
B. costly
C. insufficient
D. less

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Question 191

Antonym of PALTRY

A. strong
B. worthwhile
C. mean
D. bitter

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Question 192

Antonym of UNSTABLE

A. changing
B. constant
C. stagnant
D. steady

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Question 193

Feasibility of the project is under study.

A. unsuitability
B. cheapness
C. impropriety
D. impracticability

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Question 194

Antonym of OPAQUE

A. misty
B. covered
C. clear
D. transparent

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Question 195

Antonym of ASCETICISM

A. bliss
B. pleasure
C. joy
D. trance

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Question 196

Antonym of FACT

A. fable
B. story
C. illusion
D. fiction

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Question 197

Ranjeet drove to the place by a circuitous route.

A. short
B. roundabout
C. direct
D. obvious

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Question 198

Antonym of VIRTUOUS

A. scandalous
B. vicious
C. wicked
D. corrupt

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Question 199

I accept your plan.

A. deny
B. dismiss
C. reject
D. decline

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Question 200

Antonym of KINDLE

A. ignite
B. encourage
C. ignore
D. extinguish

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Question 201

The inhabitants of the island were barbarians.

A. bad
B. uncivilised
C. cruel
D. civilised

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Question 202

Nourishing food is a necessity both for a pregnant mother and a baby.

A. unhygenic
B. poor
C. undercooked
D. heavy

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Question 203

Antonym of WRATH

A. solace
B. peace
C. delight
D. choler

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Question 204

He spoke against corruption with zeal.

A. indifference
B. calmness
C. despair
D. passiveness

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Question 205

It was evident that he was happy.

A. doubtful
B. clear
C. unimportant
D. understood

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Question 206

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : MORTAL

A. Divine
B. Immortal
C. Spiritual
D. Eternal

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Question 207

Antonym of DEAR

A. cheap
B. worthless
C. free
D. priceless

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Question 208

Antonym of DEGENERATE

A. create
B. progress
C. restore
D. reproduce

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Question 209

We were advised not to extinguish our hopes for the time being.

A. aggravate
B. intensify
C. inflate
D. promote

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Question 210

Foremost :

A. Hindmost
B. Unimportant
C. Disposed
D. Mature

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Question 211

Antonym of AROMATIC

A. tart
B. disagreeable
C. sour
D. odorous

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Question 212

Antonym of CHAFFING

A. expensive
B. achieving
C. capitalistic
D. serious

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Question 213

Antonym of BLATANT

A. noisy
B. quiet
C. barren
D. slow

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Question 214

Antonym of BALMY

A. hard
B. genuine
C. mild
D. fragrant

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Question 215

Antonym of COMMEND

A. suspend
B. admonish
C. hate
D. dislike

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Question 216

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : QUIESCENT

A. ACTIVE
B. Dormant
C. Weak
D. Unconcerned

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Question 217

The club meets on the last Thursday of every month is a dilapidated palace.

A. neglected
B. regenerated
C. renovated
D. furnished

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Question 218

Antonym of BOOST

A. hinder
B. obstruct
C. discourage
D. rebuke

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Question 219

The young leader was reluctant to shoulder the responsibilities of ministerial office.

A. wanting
B. willing
C. anxious
D. eager

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Question 220

Antonym of HAMPER

A. open
B. release
C. hold
D. hasten

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Question 221

Everyone admired his ideas on this issue.

A. disappointed
B. discarded
C. neglected
D. disapproved

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Question 222

Antonym of GUILTY

A. innocent
B. pure
C. virtuous
D. angelic

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Question 223

Benign :

A. Malevolent
B. Soft
C. Friendly
D. Unwise

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Question 224

Antonym of FRIEND

A. rival
B. acquaintance
C. foe
D. competitor

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Question 225

His timidity proved to be costly.

A. boldness
B. arrogance
C. self-assertion
D. self-confidence

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Question 226

He was given in to much fanaticism.

A. reason
B. kindness
C. passivity
D. violence

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Question 227

Antonym of DIABOLIC

A. patient
B. generous
C. kind
D. simple

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Question 228

Gandhiji always advocated the use of indigenous goods.

A. cheap
B. native
C. silly
D. foreign

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Question 229

Antonym of EMBRACE

A. suspect
B. harm
C. reject
D. hurt

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Question 230

The minister gave a public speech on the controversial subject to precipitate the matter.

A. pull
B. push
C. defer
D. create

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Question 231

Antonym of WONDER

A. stock
B. amusement
C. expectation
D. surprise

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Question 232

STRINGENT

A. General
B. Vehement
C. Lenient
D. Magnanimous

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Question 233

By murdering that woman, he has committed a hideous crime.

A. normal
B. generous
C. handsome
D. fair

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Question 234

His smooth manners endeared him to everyone.

A. hard
B. rough
C. gruff
D. tough

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Question 235

Antonym of GRATUITY

A. annuity
B. stipend
C. discount
D. wages

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Question 236

Mahatma Gandhi said that compassion is more important than truth.

A. violence
B. uncivility
C. callousness
D. hardihood

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Question 237

Antonym of BRILLIANT

A. dusty
B. dull
C. dumb
D. dud

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Question 238

Antonym of COARSE

A. beautiful
B. soft
C. fine
D. attractive

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Question 239

Antonym of ASTUTE

A. cowardly
B. foolish
C. wicked
D. impolite

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Question 240

Expediency is the guiding factor in politics.

A. novelty
B. short-sightedness
C. unsuitability
D. inconvenience

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Question 241

The plantation workers were on a collision course before the labor officer intervened.

A. retaliatory
B. perfunctory
C. conciliatory
D. circuitous

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Question 242

Antonym of MUSTY

A. fresh
B. expensive
C. clean
D. fine

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Question 243

Antonym of APPROPRIATE

A. unskilled
B. unsuitable
C. unqualified
D. unable

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Question 244

Antonym of COSSET

A. neglect
B. divert
C. pamper
D. pinch

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Question 245

On hearing the news he was in a state of ecstasy.

A. depression
B. pain
C. disappointment
D. trance

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Question 246

Antonym of IMPOUND

A. generate
B. strengthen
C. stimulate
D. release

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Question 247

Antonym of ENDOW

A. borrow
B. steal
C. snatch
D. extort

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Question 248

Soon the boys realised his peevish ways and began to avoid him.

A. amiable
B. unpleasant
C. snappish
D. authoritative

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Question 249

Antonym of NEAT

A. sloppy
B. fragrant
C. spruce
D. prodigal

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Question 250

Antonym of CONFESS

A. deny
B. admit
C. contest
D. contend

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Question 251

I can say for sure that this document is authentic.

A. fictitious
B. duplicate
C. fallacious
D. erroneous

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Question 252

Antonym of ALIEN

A. resident
B. natural
C. domiciled
D. native

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Question 253

Unlike in Bihar Board, English is an optional subject in the U.P. Board.

A. elementary
B. compulsory
C. voluntary
D. necessary

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Question 254

The actor is well known both for his humility and courage.

A. gentleness
B. honesty
C. determination
D. pride

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Question 255

Though several meetings have been held, yet the members of the Board have not been able to arrive at a consensus.

A. conflict
B. confusion
C. crisis
D. disagreement

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Question 256

Antonym of KILL

A. azure
B. relief
C. execute
D. animate

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Question 257

Antonym of DOLEFUL

A. poor
B. happy
C. rich
D. steady

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Question 258

This window-pane is transparent.

A. opaque
B. translucent
C. solid
D. fragile

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Question 259

Should I communicate the date of the meeting to all the members?

A. yield
B. conceal
C. refrain
D. withhold

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Question 260

The room was filled with a delicious odour.

A. bitter
B. repulsive
C. strange
D. unpalatable

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Question 261

Antonym of AMBIGUOUS

A. obscure
B. secular
C. explicit
D. equivocate

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Question 262

As long as he remained in that office, he maintained his hegemony.

A. predominance
B. poverty
C. subordination
D. chaos

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Question 263

In ancient India, scholars had no interest in political power or material growth.

A. celestial
B. psychic
C. spiritual
D. internal

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Question 264

There was a marked deterioration in his condition.

A. reformation
B. amendment
C. improvement
D. revision

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Question 265

His appointment was confirmed last month.

A. disappointment
B. discharge
C. suspension
D. dismissal

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Question 266

Antonym of REPEL

A. attract
B. concentrate
C. attend
D. continue

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Question 267

I was surprised at his stiff attitude.

A. courteous
B. flexible
C. soft
D. lively

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Question 268

The members of the Board were impressed by the candidates urbane behaviour.

A. rural
B. indifferent
C. rude
D. negative

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Question 269

I abhor the ideas he sometimes expresses

A. admire
B. respect
C. applaud
D. appreciate

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Question 270

MORTAL

A. Divine
B. Immortal
C. Spiritual
D. Eternal

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Question 271

Antonym of FACSIMILE

A. reproduction
B. sincere
C. original
D. engineered

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Question 272

The Chief Minister was given a warm welcome at the onset of the function.

A. hindrance
B. commencement
C. finale
D. conclusion

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Question 273

She sat all alone in the party bearing that sulky face.

A. kind
B. loving
C. mild
D. cheerful

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Question 274

Testify :

A. Falsify
B. Evidence
C. Prove
D. Confide

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Question 275

Antonym of COMMODIOUS

A. limited
B. expensive
C. numerous
D. leisurely

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Question 276

Antonym of KNOWLEDGE

A. ignorance
B. illiteracy
C. foolishness
D. backwardness

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Question 277

Antonym of PRIM

A. rash
B. extravagant
C. foul
D. shameful

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Question 278

Sanjay's point of view was correct but his behaviour with his father was quite impertinent.

A. impressive
B. smooth
C. healthy
D. respectful

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Question 279

Never be impulsive in taking decisions.

A. considerable
B. cunning
C. clever
D. cautious

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Question 280

The officer incharge was quite humane in his approach.

A. uncultured
B. unsympathetic
C. uncivilised
D. uncompromising

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Question 281

Antonym of EXTENSION

A. condensation
B. subtraction
C. deletion
D. weakening

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Question 282

That was an exquisite piece of art which won the admiration of one and all.

A. ugly
B. cheap
C. old
D. expensive

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Question 283

Antonym of CARNAL

A. sensuous
B. spiritual
C. visionary
D. imaginary

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Question 284

His logic seemed absurd.

A. fictional
B. rational
C. proportional
D. useless

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Question 285

His short put pointed speech was applauded by all sections of the audience.

A. welcomed
B. praised
C. misunderstood
D. disapproved

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Question 286

Antonym of SORDID

A. steady
B. enthusiastic
C. generous
D. splendid

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Question 287

Antonym of OSTENTATIOUS

A. awkward
B. bankrupt
C. ignorant
D. unpretentious

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Question 288

Antonym of SCOLD

A. enamour
B. rebuke
C. criticise
D. praise

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Question 289

Antonym of MILITANT

A. religious
B. combative
C. spiritual
D. pacifist

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Question 290

Antonym of DOUR

A. radical
B. active
C. young
D. cheerful

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Question 291

Antonym of LEAP

A. plunge
B. sink
C. immerse
D. fall

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Question 292

The comely young girl proved to be a good receptionist.

A. inexperienced
B. unattractive
C. gloomy
D. depressed

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Question 293

The man at the gate had a forbidding appearance.

A. lenient
B. friendly
C. tranquil
D. mild

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Question 294

Antonym of TEDIOUS

A. pleasant
B. lovely
C. lively
D. gay

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Question 295

He has suspended his secretary on a flimsy ground.

A. vigorous
B. strong
C. sound
D. salutary

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Question 296

The Gupta rulers patronised all cultural activities and thus the Gupta era came to be known as the 'the Golden Era' of Indian history.

A. criticised
B. rejected
C. opposed
D. spurned

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Question 297

Widely :

A. Spaciously
B. Succinctly
C. Broad based
D. None of the above

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Question 298

The leader might have had some covert reason for the change of his political affiliations.

A. flimsy
B. inexplicable
C. obvious
D. unjustifiable

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Question 299

Antonym of DEEP

A. elementary
B. straightforward
C. shallow
D. perfunctory

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Question 300

QUIESCENT

A. ACTIVE
B. Dormant
C. Weak
D. Unconcerned

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Question 301

Antonym of PROPEL

A. hide
B. shove
C. hesitate
D. check

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Question 302

This shop keeps only genuine articles.

A. imported
B. spurious
C. antique
D. duplicate

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Question 303

Antonym of DISSUADE

A. incite
B. persuade
C. advise
D. instigate

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Question 304

Antonym of EUPHONIOUS

A. strident
B. lethargic
C. literary
D. musical

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Question 305

Antonym of RADICAL

A. uncompromising
B. basic
C. thorough
D. superficial

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Question 306

Antonym of TRUMPERY

A. defeat
B. wastage
C. treasure
D. vague

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Question 307

The director had a derisive attitude towards some of the members of the committee.

A. enthusiastic
B. respectful
C. deprecatory
D. encouraging

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Question 308

Mighty :

A. Forcible
B. Forceful
C. Weak
D. Tough

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Question 309

Antonym of EPILOGUE

A. conversation
B. dialogue
C. dramatic
D. prologue

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Question 310

Bright :

A. Narrow
B. Dull
C. Coward
D. Sharp

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Question 311

Self-reliance has been adopted as an important objective of economic planning in modern India.

A. discarded
B. denied
C. forsaken
D. refused

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Question 312

EXODUS

A. Influx
B. Home-coming
C. Return
D. Restoration

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Question 313

Because of the economy drive, they very unwillingly surrendered some superfluous posts.

A. important
B. relevant
C. significant
D. essential

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Question 314

The palace was indeed grotesque.

A. good
B. decent
C. filthy
D. congruous

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Question 315

He abdicated his post of his own accord.

A. acquired
B. inherited
C. seized
D. usurped

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Question 316

The complete eradication of poverty from our country is really an illusion.

A. truth
B. fact
C. reality
D. actuality

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Question 317

GLOOMY:

A. Discouraging
B. Disguising
C. Bright
D. Tragic

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Question 318

The teacher told the student to abridge the essay he had written.

A. amplify
B. shorten
C. increase
D. modify

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Question 319

Obscure :

A. Implicit
B. Obnoxious
C. Explicit
D. Pedantic

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Question 320

Antonym of LACONIC

A. prolix
B. profligate
C. prolific
D. bucolic

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Question 321

The king consolidated the empire into a powerful nation.

A. divided
B. isolated
C. fragmented
D. weakened

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Question 322

Antonym of QUIESCENT

A. troublesome
B. weak
C. indifferent
D. unconcerned

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Question 323

He returned home much inspired, no wonder the plan had worked.

A. overwhelmed
B. dispirited
C. disillusioned
D. sceptical

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Question 324

The General Manager is quite tactful and handles the workers union very effectively.

A. relaxed
B. strict
C. naive
D. disciplined

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Question 325

Antonym of MODICUM

A. simplicity
B. huge
C. brazeness
D. immodesty

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Question 326

He is a man with a jovial nature.

A. talkative
B. morose
C. monotonous
D. quiet

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Question 327

Antonym of DEBONAIR

A. worried
B. pensive
C. grim
D. serious

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Question 328

Antonym of INVETERATE

A. stupid
B. uneducated
C. ignorant
D. inexperienced

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Question 329

The covalent compunds consist of discrete molecules.

A. concrete
B. grouped
C. separate
D. convoluted

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Question 330

Antonym of PERSISTENT

A. wavering
B. obstinate
C. enduring
D. steady

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Question 331

His frivolous remarks provoked no comments.

A. serious
B. momentous
C. frantic
D. fanciful

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Question 332

The moment when jadish got order of promotion, as General Manager, was a memorable occasion for him and his family.

A. passing
B. immemorial
C. forgetful
D. innocuous

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Question 333

This painting is full of radiant colours.

A. delicate
B. dull
C. bright
D. rare

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Question 334

Antonym of AGONY

A. pleasure
B. bliss
C. ecstasy
D. fear

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Question 335

An artisan well is dug upto an impervious layer of rocks.

A. hidden
B. penetrable
C. hard
D. dry

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Question 336

He wanted absolute control of the firm.

A. little
B. few
C. complex
D. limited

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Question 337

It's a rule of the company to endow the Manager with all essential perks.

A. rob
B. invest
C. divest
D. snatch

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Question 338

Antonym of INSIPID

A. nervous
B. pungent
C. saucy
D. sour

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Question 339

History abounds in instances of courage.

A. shines
B. lacks
C. suffices
D. fails

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Question 340

Antonym of BOISTEROUS

A. calm
B. comfortable
C. good
D. happy

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Question 341

Terrible :

A. Soothing
B. Frightening
C. Scaring
D. Delectable

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Question 342

Giving alms to the poor is considered holy.

A. horrible
B. obnoxious
C. profane
D. offensive

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Question 343

Antonym of MONOLOGUE

A. dialogue
B. prologue
C. epilogue
D. catalogue

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Question 344

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : STARTLED

A. Amused
B. Relaxed
C. Endless
D. Astonished

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Question 345

it was altercation throughout and there was no discussion.

A. resonance
B. alternative
C. consonance
D. inconsistency

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Question 346

Antonym of DISPERSE

A. collect
B. assemble
C. hoard
D. save

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Question 347

The problem of dowry in our country has assumed gargantuan proportions.

A. negligible
B. bearable
C. minute
D. minimal

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Question 348

The long sickness has turned the boy flimsy.

A. healthy
B. strong
C. agile
D. wholesome

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Question 349

Antonym of ECLIPSE

A. shine
B. enlarge
C. goggle
D. gleam

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Question 350

He has been acquitted of the charge of theft.

A. punished
B. convicted
C. released
D. exonerated

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Question 351

Like poverty, affluence can sometimes create its own problems.

A. indigence
B. opulence
C. sorrow
D. exuberance

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Question 352

On the face of it Poirot's glance conveyed humorous impatience.

A. disappointed
B. dejected
C. pathetic
D. dismayed

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Question 353

Antonym of ENCOURAGE

A. warn
B. discourage
C. dampen
D. disapprove

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Question 354

Antonym of BACCHANAL

A. cautious
B. grave
C. cunning
D. sober

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Question 355

Let us not aggravate the sufferings of the poor.

A. abbreviate
B. alleviate
C. advocate
D. appreciate

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Question 356

Such comparisons in poetry are now obsolete.

A. permanent
B. ancient
C. renovated
D. recent

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Question 357

Antonym of FRAIL

A. vigorous
B. sturdy
C. hardy
D. strong

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Question 358

FRAUDULENT

A. Candid
B. Direct
C. Forthright
D. Genuine

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Question 359

There is scarcity of milk in Delhi.

A. shortage
B. abundance
C. excess
D. sufficiency

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Question 360

Antonym of VIRTUE

A. vice
B. fraud
C. wickedness
D. crime

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Question 361

That police officer is known to be humane in his approach.

A. unsympathetic
B. uncultured
C. uncompromising
D. uncivilised

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Question 362

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : CULPABLE

A. Defendable
B. Blameless
C. Careless
D. Irresponsible

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Question 363

We must abolish evil customs.

A. eradicate
B. restore
C. revive
D. encourage

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Question 364

William Wordsworth is celebrated for his lucid style.

A. notorious
B. unpopular
C. unknown
D. renowned

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Question 365

Antonym of LEND

A. hire
B. pawn
C. cheat
D. borrow

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Question 366

Antonym of JUXTAPOSITION

A. difference
B. opposition
C. separation
D. appropriateness

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Question 367

Antonym of VANITY

A. modesty
B. kindness
C. compassion
D. moderation

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Question 368

Antonym of DEPRAVED

A. great
B. enhanced
C. moral
D. prosperous

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Question 369

Antonym of ABSOLUTE

A. scarce
B. limited
C. faulty
D. deficient

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Question 370

Antonym of SYMPATHY

A. enmity
B. cruelty
C. abhorrence
D. apathy

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Question 371

He is very meticulous in keeping accounts.

A. clumsy
B. irregular
C. careless
D. irresponsible

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Question 372

The officer asked the clerk to expedite the matter.

A. postpone
B. defer
C. adjourn
D. delay

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Question 373

The new officer is a brash young man.

A. polite
B. arrogant
C. kind
D. handsome

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Question 374

The Government empowered itself to attach the assets of all the scam suspects.

A. detach
B. donate
C. return
D. release

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Question 375

He exhibited a comprehensive approach towards the matter in hand.

A. slipshod
B. sketchy
C. exhaustive
D. superficial

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Question 376

Antonym of NAIVE

A. cunning
B. wealthy
C. sophisticated
D. complicated

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Question 377

Antonym of MITIGATE

A. stagnate
B. suffer
C. aggravate
D. instigate

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Question 378

Antonym of DELETE

A. impound
B. insert
C. inspire
D. injure

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Question 379

Antonym of INSANITY

A. sanity
B. normality
C. lucidity
D. sobriety

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Question 380

Phoolan Devi had to surrender under the most pressing circumstances.

A. release
B. claim
C. plunder
D. attack

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Question 381

Antonym of LUSCIOUS

A. dry
B. sour
C. ugly
D. stale

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Question 382

Beautiful :

A. Wonderful
B. Graceful
C. Ugly
D. Handsome

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Question 383

Antonym of SLUR

A. promise
B. hope
C. credit
D. virtue

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Question 384

Antonym of COMMUNICATIVE

A. primitive
B. passive
C. dumb
D. reticent

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Question 385

Antonym of BRIDGE

A. divide
B. bind
C. release
D. link

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Question 386

Antonym of URBAN

A. country-made
B. pastoral
C. provincial
D. rural

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Question 387

Antonym of TACIT

A. order
B. written
C. oral
D. understanding

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Question 388

Antonym of EFFETE

A. adamant
B. strong
C. courageous
D. bold

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Question 389

Antonym of HAGGARD

A. healthy
B. animated
C. robust
D. hearty

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Question 390

The incident frustrated all his ambitions.

A. satiated
B. appeased
C. cloyed
D. satisfied

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Question 391

Antonym of CHIDE

A. praise
B. fear
C. criticise
D. flatter

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Question 392

She was in a state of anxiety when I met her.

A. pleasure
B. happiness
C. relief
D. laughter

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Question 393

Abstain :

A. Hoard
B. Tolerate
C. Forbear
D. Begin

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Question 394

Antonym of ARID

A. plentiful
B. productive
C. humid
D. agreeable

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Question 395

Asked :

A. Ordered
B. Ignored
C. Requested
D. Directed

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Question 396

Antonym of PASTEL

A. urban
B. delicate
C. bright
D. sweet

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Question 397

Permit :

A. Give
B. Forbid
C. Allow
D. Preserve

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Question 398

She was surprised by his amiability.

A. pessimism
B. prudence
C. sincerity
D. petulance

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Question 399

Raju often walks to school.

A. rarely
B. never
C. always
D. sometimes

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Question 400

It was an arduous task for me.

A. easy
B. consuming
C. quick
D. difficult

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Question 401

I thought about her a lot during the following months.

A. succeeding
B. proceeding
C. preceding
D. receding

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Question 402

In ancient India, scholars had no interest in political power or material growth.

A. internal
B. spiritual
C. psychic
D. celestial

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Question 403

Never adopt a callous attitude towards your duties.

A. cooperative
B. cautious
C. considerate
D. courteous

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Question 404

Matter expands on heating.

A. shrinks
B. reduces
C. diminishes
D. contracts

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Question 405

His meanness is proverbial.

A. generosity
B. pragmatism
C. timidity
D. kindness

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Question 406

The British policy was not one of domination but that of suppression.

A. licence
B. liberty
C. freedom
D. charity

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Question 407

Why do you disparage him all the time?

A. abuse
B. criticise
C. encourage
D. glorify

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Question 408

Antonym of LIABILITY

A. treasure
B. debt
C. assets
D. property

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Question 409

Antonym of FRUGAL

A. gaudy
B. generous
C. extravagant
D. charitable

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Question 410

Antonym of THRIFT

A. purchase
B. destroy
C. waste
D. invest

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Question 411

Antonym of CRYPTIC

A. superficial
B. secret
C. artificial
D. candid

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Question 412

Antonym of BLISS

A. paradise
B. heaven
C. misery
D. happiness

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Question 413

INDUSTRIOUS

A. Indifferent
B. Indolent
C. Casual
D. Passive

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Question 414

Machine-civilisation has made human life artificial.

A. genuine
B. natural
C. TRUE
D. authentic

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Question 415

He does every job with great zeal and vigour.

A. indifference
B. constraint
C. passion
D. difficulty

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Question 416

Much to the chagrin of his parents, Ajit married a very poor girl.

A. satisfaction
B. relief
C. pleasure
D. excitement

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Question 417

Antonym of DIM

A. bright
B. understandable
C. loud
D. clear

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Question 418

Avogadro's hypothesis has proved significant till the present day.

A. fact
B. theory
C. conclusion
D. experiment

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Question 419

Antonym of MAWKISH

A. sentimental
B. intelligent
C. certain
D. carefree

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Question 420

Antonym of WRECK

A. make
B. build
C. restore
D. relieve

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Question 421

Antonym of MORTAL

A. eternal
B. spiritual
C. immortal
D. divine

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Question 422

The members thought that the task was feasible.

A. impractical
B. impossible
C. difficult
D. workable

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Question 423

Ostentation is now the life style of big cities.

A. ugliness
B. poverty
C. frugality
D. modesty

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Question 424

The General ordered the troops to advance to the fort.

A. retire
B. return
C. escape
D. retreat

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Question 425

The committee set about making provisional arrangements for the annual conference.

A. unconditional
B. abiding
C. permanent
D. lasting

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Question 426

His was a sulky disposition.

A. mild
B. cheerful
C. loving
D. kind

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Question 427

Antonym of MEAGRE

A. average
B. plentiful
C. extravagant
D. excessive

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Question 428

Antonym of LIABILITY

A. assumption
B. exemption
C. consumption
D. presumption

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Question 429

He has been commended for all that he did.

A. dismissed
B. condemned
C. censured
D. rejected

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Question 430

Antonym of FLURRY

A. disclose
B. soothe
C. pelt
D. achieve

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Question 431

His unscrupulous pursuit of wealth finally landed him in prison.

A. superfluous
B. single-minded
C. dedicated
D. conscientious

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Question 432

Antonym of BENIGN

A. gracious
B. sinister
C. novel
D. humane

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Question 433

Rajesh's rustic behaviour astonished the teacher.

A. impolite
B. genuine
C. sophisticated
D. awkward

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Question 434

Antonym of DEPLETE

A. refund
B. replenish
C. fulfil
D. recover

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Question 435

The attack on the freedom of the press is a retrograde step.

A. aggressive
B. progressive
C. punitive
D. stubborn

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Question 436

Antonym of ARCHAIC

A. modern
B. broken
C. old
D. dilapidated

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Question 437

Antonym of CULPRIT

A. jury
B. witness
C. accused
D. victim

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Question 438

He appears to be a phony person.

A. ugly
B. genuine
C. unreal
D. beautiful

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Question 439

He makes occasional visits to Delhi.

A. accidental
B. strange
C. regular
D. frivolous

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Question 440

Antonym of CONVENE

A. cancel
B. adjourn
C. dissolve
D. postpone

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Question 441

Antonym of FLACCID

A. upright
B. taut
C. uneven
D. tough

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Question 442

Antonym of ACQUIT

A. confirm
B. blame
C. punish
D. indict

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Question 443

The revised pay scale is uniform.

A. equal
B. different
C. opposite
D. varied

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Question 444

Antonym of OUTMODED

A. polished
B. practicable
C. stylish
D. fashionable

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Question 445

The incident cemented their relations.

A. destroyed
B. wasted
C. corroded
D. disintegrated

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Question 446

Antonym of REJECT

A. agree
B. accept
C. embrace
D. adopt

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Question 447

She was sceptical about the safety of the new drug.

A. sanguine
B. hopeful
C. certain
D. doubtful

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Question 448

Antonym of FLEXIBLE

A. brittle
B. rigid
C. hard
D. solid

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Question 449

He was asked to accelerate the pace of work.

A. check
B. control
C. slacken
D. supervise

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Question 450

His diabolical ways made him unpopular.

A. mischievious
B. lavish
C. seraphic
D. azure

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Question 451

Antonym of EXTERIOR

A. internal
B. inner
C. interior
D. inward

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Question 452

Antonym of SALVAGE

A. outfit
B. lose
C. burn
D. remove

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Question 453

Antonym of ASSERT

A. agree
B. acquiesce
C. abjure
D. abdicate

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Question 454

Many people try to resist reforms in the society.

A. fight
B. refuse
C. welcome
D. repel

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Question 455

Antonym of ACUMEN

A. intelligence
B. imbecility
C. potentiality
D. unfamiliarity

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Question 456

A faithful officer is always vigilant towards his duties.

A. innocent
B. ignorant
C. irresponsible
D. careless

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Question 457

Glory :

A. Splendour
B. Notoriety
C. Fame
D. None of the above

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Question 458

RELINQUISH

A. Abdicate
B. Renounce
C. Possess
D. Deny

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Question 459

The man was liberated from the charge.

A. emancipated
B. enclosed
C. concealed
D. imprisoned

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Question 460

Antonym of COMMEND

A. censure
B. praise
C. defy
D. defame

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Question 461

Antonym of GROTESQUE

A. imaginary
B. familiar
C. hateful
D. natural

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Question 462

Antonym of JITTERY

A. profuse
B. tense
C. bold
D. shaky

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Question 463

Antonym of GORGEOUS

A. desperate
B. plain
C. fashionable
D. sumptuous

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Question 464

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : FRESH

A. Faulty
B. Sluggish
C. Disgraceful
D. Stale

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Question 465

The beautiful girl looked so morose.

A. healthy
B. gloomy
C. haggard
D. cheerful

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Question 466

This new magazine is know for its comprehensive coverage of news.

A. casual
B. inadequate
C. indifferent
D. superficial

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Question 467

Antonym of PRIDE

A. humility
B. shame
C. pleasure
D. debasement

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Question 468

The club meets on the last Thursday of every month in a dilapidated place.

A. furnished
B. renovated
C. neglected
D. regenerated

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Question 469

PROVOCATION

A. Vocation
B. Pacification
C. Peace
D. Destruction

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Question 470

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : OBEYING

A. Ordering
B. Following
C. Refusing
D. Contradicting

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Question 471

Feasibility of the project is under study.

A. unsuitability
B. impracticability
C. impropriety
D. cheapness

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Question 472

Ancient :

A. Repulsion
B. Modern
C. Disappear
D. Departure

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Question 473

Antonym of SHAME

A. glorify
B. exalt
C. dignify
D. enshrine

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Question 474

The gatekeeper ought to be more vigilant these days.

A. irresponsible
B. ignorant
C. careless
D. innocent

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Question 475

The chairman rebuked the accounts officer for not supervising the work of his coordinates.

A. praised
B. received
C. awarded
D. invited

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Question 476

Antonym of LISSOME

A. ungainly
B. huge
C. pungent
D. crude

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Question 477

Antonym of CONSOLIDATE

A. isolate
B. weaken
C. divide
D. identify

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Question 478

His partners felt that it was a viable business proposition.

A. impracticable
B. inviolable
C. unavailable
D. enviable

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Question 479

History abounds in instance of courge.

A. fails
B. suffices
C. lacks
D. shines

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Question 480

Antonym of INTRUDE

A. withhold
B. withdraw
C. accept
D. surrender

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Question 481

Always :

A. Disallow
B. Never
C. Daily
D. Descend

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Question 482

You can hardly find any trace of humility in the man.

A. pride
B. insolence
C. arrogance
D. conceit

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Question 483

Antonym of SPREAD

A. subdue
B. repress
C. suppress
D. contract

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Question 484

Antonym of QUERULOUS

A. bright
B. splendid
C. smart
D. happy

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Question 485

They invited him to sumptuous lunch.

A. cheap
B. meagre
C. poor
D. nutritious

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Question 486

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : COMMISSIONED

A. Started
B. Closed
C. Finished
D. Terminated

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Question 487

He is known for his uncouth manners.

A. courteous
B. usual
C. petty
D. mean

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Question 488

He looked elated on hearing the news.

A. exasperated
B. depressed
C. desperate
D. anxious

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Question 489

Antonym of FRANTIC

A. calm
B. hopeful
C. active
D. bitter

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Question 490

Discipline is being demoted in most of the present day institutions.

A. uplifted
B. regained
C. nurtured
D. projected

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Question 491

People who are actually running the system often take a myopic view of the situation.

A. blind
B. visionary
C. glassy
D. farsighted

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Question 492

Antonym of CRITICISE

A. judge
B. appreciate
C. flatter
D. analyse

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Question 493

Harish displays enthusiasm whenever he is posed with a problem.

A. eagerness
B. weakness
C. indifference
D. softness

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Question 494

Antonym of BELIE

A. argue
B. justify
C. admire
D. approve

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Question 495

Antonym of MAGNANIMOUS

A. selfish
B. naive
C. generous
D. small

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Question 496

He tried to conceal the secret that they were already married.

A. state
B. declare
C. reveal
D. announce

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Question 497

Prosperous :

A. Adverse
B. Advanced
C. Retarded
D. Impecunious

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Question 498

Modern :

A. Up-date
B. Recent
C. Cast
D. Ancient

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Question 499

The incessant noise of the boring machine made it difficult for us to got to sleep at night.

A. intermittent
B. harsh
C. soft
D. constant

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Question 500

He is always hungry for wealth.

A. ravenous
B. famished
C. satiated
D. greedy

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Question 501

Antonym of SUB ROSA

A. fresh
B. intoxicating
C. open
D. repulsive

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Question 502

Bitter :

A. Blunt
B. Bold
C. Timid
D. Sweet

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Question 503

Antonym of EXOTIC

A. poor
B. inexpensive
C. ugly
D. conventional

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Question 504

The man's actions made it obvious that he had a wicked plan in mind.

A. FALSE
B. obscure
C. certain
D. difficult

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Question 505

Antonym of AMICABLE

A. cunning
B. shy
C. hostile
D. crazy

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Question 506

Antonym of VULGAR

A. refined
B. cheerful
C. jolly
D. relevant

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Question 507

That man is known for his elegance.

A. awkwardness
B. indelicacy
C. clumsiness
D. savagery

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Question 508

Earthquake are frequent in Japan.

A. extinct
B. unusual
C. few
D. rare

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Question 509

He was the most eccentric and difficult patron.

A. normal
B. sober
C. genial
D. sociable

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Question 510

Always avoid late-night jobs.

A. inspire
B. compel
C. pursue
D. take

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Question 511

Antonym of OBFUSCATE

A. simplify
B. explain
C. describe
D. clarify

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Question 512

My parents were confident of my success in the examination.

A. worried
B. pessimistic
C. diffident
D. depressed

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Question 513

Antonym of ROUGHLY

A. exactly
B. completely
C. pointedly
D. largely

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Question 514

He was often sent to foreign tours by the company.

A. native
B. overseas
C. distant
D. remote

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Question 515

He is extremely intelligent but proud.

A. dull
B. weak
C. ignorant
D. simple

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Question 516

Antonym of VIVACIOUS

A. quarrelsome
B. sober
C. notorious
D. drunken

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Question 517

The boy was accused of theft.

A. liberated
B. impeached
C. exonerated
D. sentenced

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Question 518

Antonym of NOVEL

A. formal
B. ancient
C. customary
D. traditional

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Question 519

To purge all social evils is really a difficult job.

A. promote
B. increase
C. rehabilitate
D. encourage

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Question 520

Very rich fathers generally have stingy sons.

A. reckless
B. careless
C. spendthrift
D. miserly

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Question 521

She was born rich and had a sophisticated taste.

A. vigorous
B. simple
C. artificial
D. superficial

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Question 522

TACITURN :

A. Judge
B. Silent
C. Talkative
D. Immense

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Question 523

Extensive :

A. Expensive
B. Compact
C. Concrete
D. None of the above

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Question 524

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : ENORMOUS

A. Soft
B. Average
C. Tiny
D. Weak

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Question 525

The atmosphere in the institute he had newly joined congenial to research.

A. disagreeable for
B. inconvenient for
C. unpleasant for
D. unsuitable for

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Question 526

I cannot bear with that niggard fellow any more.

A. miserly
B. generous
C. extravagant
D. avaricious

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Question 527

Antonym of FECUND

A. barren
B. solid
C. unploughed
D. hard

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Question 528

Under conditions of anxiety, the blood vessels dilate.

A. squeeze
B. swell
C. constrict
D. shorten

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Question 529

The new government has abolished the Gold Control Act.

A. approved
B. passed
C. restored
D. removed

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Question 530

Antonym of IMMEDIATE

A. delayed
B. gradual
C. leisurely
D. slow

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Question 531

The authorities inflicted harsh penalty on him for indulging in forgery.

A. commendation
B. default
C. concession
D. reward

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Question 532

Mrs. Higgins is a humble lady.

A. whimsical
B. youthful
C. vain
D. unassuming

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Question 533

Don't scold the boy over such trifles.

A. pacify
B. console
C. praise
D. vituperate

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Question 534

Frugal :

A. Extravagant
B. Rich
C. Miserable
D. Happy

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Question 535

Antonym of MISERLY

A. liberal
B. spendthrift
C. charitable
D. generous

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Question 536

Antonym of ILLEGIBLE

A. clear
B. imitable
C. clean
D. readable

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Question 537

Our knowledge of the past is still largely a matter of informed conjecture.

A. guess
B. position
C. certainty
D. form

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Question 538

Antonym of UNDERHAND

A. cruel
B. quiet
C. secret
D. open

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Question 539

Antonym of ACQUITTED

A. entrusted
B. convicted
C. burdened
D. freed

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Question 540

Antonym of SEGREGATION

A. appreciation
B. cohesion
C. integration
D. union

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Question 541

EVASIVE

A. Free
B. Honest
C. Liberal
D. Frank

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Question 542

Antonym of DORSAL

A. inactive
B. ventral
C. peripheral
D. central

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Question 543

Antonym of EFFETE

A. strong
B. adamant
C. bold
D. courageous

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Question 544

A crowd gathered quickly when the police came.

A. collected
B. dispersed
C. spread
D. disappeared

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Question 545

Antonym of IMMERSE

A. disinter
B. douse
C. engross
D. disappear

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Question 546

He is a man of mellow temper.

A. excitable
B. hot
C. irrational
D. fickle

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Question 547

Antonym of GLUT

A. dearth
B. limit
C. drain
D. supply

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Question 548

The government is taking measures to augment the country's food supply.

A. prohibit
B. decrease
C. surpass
D. compensate

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Question 549

Antonym of NUGATORY

A. voluptuous
B. slender
C. valuable
D. worthless

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Question 550

Antonym of VAGUE

A. known
B. published
C. popular
D. definite

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Question 551

Antonym of ENOUGH

A. inadequate
B. scarce
C. deficit
D. less

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Question 552

Antonym of GATHER

A. separate
B. suspend
C. scatter
D. spend

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Question 553

Antonym of FURTIVE

A. straight
B. obvious
C. unambiguous
D. open

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Question 554

Antonym of DEBILITATING

A. strengthening
B. enfeebling
C. occupying
D. inhabiting

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Question 555

What he tells me confirms my ideas.

A. verifies
B. contradicts
C. opposes
D. strengthens

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Question 556

Antonym of CHURLISH

A. accommodating
B. polite
C. helpful
D. happy

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Question 557

They had an insipid conversation.

A. lively
B. argumentative
C. loud
D. curious

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Question 558

Their team bore delinquent participants.

A. reverent
B. uncivil
C. quarrelsome
D. conformist

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Question 559

Moments of solitude and silence helped the poet to concentrate on his poetic combination.

A. confound
B. disturb
C. contradict
D. distract

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Question 560

Religion teaches us not to run after the transient pleasures of the world.

A. permanent
B. sinful
C. unnatural
D. joyful

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Question 561

Elephants, when they go wild, ought to be killed.

A. tame
B. meek
C. mild
D. domestic

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Question 562

Antonym of INFRUCTUOUS

A. devious
B. straight
C. remote
D. attractive

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Question 563

Antonym of DAINTY

A. splendid
B. aggressive
C. vigorous
D. towering

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Question 564

We all heard her but it was a superficial talk.

A. profound
B. difficult
C. secretive
D. mystical

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Question 565

I thought about her a lot during the following months.

A. receding
B. preceding
C. proceeding
D. succeeding

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Question 566

Antonym of AFFECTATION

A. love
B. good
C. likable
D. natural

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Question 567

Antonym of PARALLEL

A. divergent
B. curved
C. random
D. wavy

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Question 568

EPHEMERAL:

A. Passing
B. Sensuous
C. Permanent
D. Distasteful

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Question 569

The chairman rebuked the accounts for not supervising officer for not supervising the work of his subordinates.

A. received
B. awarded
C. invited
D. praised

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Question 570

He was always prepared to refute the idea.

A. agree
B. subscribe
C. recommend
D. endorse

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Question 571

A feeling of brotherhood should be propagated amongst the masses.

A. disseminated
B. suppressed
C. dissipated
D. crushed

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Question 572

Antonym of ZEST

A. restive
B. callous
C. indifference
D. distaste

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Question 573

Antonym of WANE

A. swell
B. prosper
C. fatten
D. widen

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Question 574

Antonym of REDOLENT

A. pesticised
B. sticky
C. yellowish
D. stinking

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Question 575

A serene mind can never be the pioneer of a great revolution.

A. nervous
B. jocular
C. earnest
D. agitated

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Question 576

The indignation of the retreating troops resulted in large scale killings.

A. displeasure
B. happiness
C. orderliness
D. anger

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Question 577

Antonym of HOST

A. accomplice
B. enlarged
C. spread
D. guest

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Question 578

Her debonair manners were noticed by everyone present in the city.

A. stiff
B. cheerless
C. courteous
D. pleasant

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Question 579

COMMISSIONED

A. Started
B. Closed
C. Finished
D. Terminated

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Question 580

FLAGITIOUS

A. Innocent
B. Vapid
C. Ignorant
D. Frivolous

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Question 581

Antonym of ATTRACT

A. entice
B. reject
C. repel
D. distract

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Question 582

Antonym of MALICE

A. honour
B. ecstasy
C. goodwill
D. happiness

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Question 583

He has a delicate constitution.

A. fit
B. ungainly
C. strong
D. rugged

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Question 584

CACOPHONOUS:

A. Loud
B. Melodious
C. Sonorous
D. Harsh

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Question 585

Antonym of STRINGENT

A. magnanimous
B. lenient
C. vehement
D. general

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Question 586

It used to be said that travel broadens one's outlook.

A. restricts
B. contracts
C. shrinks
D. narrows

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Question 587

Impediments :

A. Handicaps
B. Obstacles
C. Obstructions
D. None of the above

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Question 588

Antonym of AMENABLE

A. stubborn
B. docile
C. obedient
D. offensive

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Question 589

Antonym of EVIDENT

A. suspected
B. disagreed
C. doubtful
D. unimportant

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Question 590

Winning the cup was a proud moment for him.

A. unsure
B. worried
C. ashamed
D. concerned

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Question 591

Antonym of BAGGY

A. strict
B. compact
C. firm
D. tight

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Question 592

Antonym of LANGUID

A. smart
B. energetic
C. fast
D. ferocious

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Question 593

Old people are usually more conservative than young people.

A. reproachful
B. liberal
C. dynamic
D. modern

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Question 594

Antonym of MAGNIFY

A. induce
B. diminish
C. destroy
D. shrink

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Question 595

We should not belittle others achievements.

A. recommend
B. praise
C. encourage
D. inspire

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Question 596

Antonym of PUTRID

A. fresh
B. fragrant
C. sweet
D. agreeable

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Question 597

EXPAND

A. Convert
B. Condense
C. Congest
D. Conclude

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Question 598

She decided to finish the work before it became onerous.

A. unfamiliar
B. light
C. burdensome
D. unique

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Question 599

Vigour and excitement are the prime characteristics of youth.

A. adolescence
B. teenage
C. childhood
D. senility

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Question 600

Antonym of VALUABLE

A. inferior
B. invaluable
C. lowly
D. worthless

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Question 601

Some people indulge in loud vulgar talk.

A. simple
B. restrained
C. graceful
D. refined

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Question 602

Antonym of HOARD

A. deposit
B. supply
C. satisfy
D. accumulate

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Question 603

He is adamant on going.

A. confused
B. lenient
C. stressing
D. yielding

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Question 604

All his neighbours are aware of his acrimonious nature.

A. informal
B. sympathetic
C. cooperative
D. charitable

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Question 605

Antonym of DENSITY

A. brightness
B. clarity
C. intelligence
D. rarity

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Question 606

She looked gorgeous in her new dress.

A. ugly
B. beautiful
C. ordinary
D. shabby

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Question 607

Development :

A. Retardation
B. Retrogression
C. Transgression
D. Progress

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Question 608

The teacher gave a vivid description of the next day's programme.

A. obscure
B. inanimate
C. hazy
D. unintelligible

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Question 609

Antonym of CELIBATE

A. profligate
B. married
C. extravagant
D. prodigal

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Question 610

The two friends were distinct in every thing; dress, manners, hair-style and food habits.

A. similar
B. uniform
C. opposite
D. different

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Question 611

Antonym of LENIENT

A. obstinate
B. annoyed
C. rude
D. harsh

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Question 612

Antonym of DISSENT

A. agreement
B. dispute
C. disunity
D. controversy

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Question 613

Mala was often teased as corpulent by her friends.

A. fat
B. belligerent
C. garrulous
D. gaunt

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Question 614

ABLE

A. Disable
B. Inable
C. Unable
D. Misable

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Question 615

Antonym of GAINSAY

A. affirm
B. reject
C. appreciate
D. lose

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Question 616

Antonym of EVOLVING

A. retreating
B. stifling
C. stagnating
D. suffering

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Question 617

Antonym of DISCREPANCY

A. variance
B. inappropriate
C. consistency
D. inconsistency

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Question 618

Antonym of CO-OPERATION

A. rebellion
B. resistance
C. hindrance
D. opposition

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Question 619

SCURRILOUS:

A. Decent
B. Ribald
C. Abusive
D. Mitigate

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Question 620

Antonym of BIZARRE

A. soft
B. usual
C. gentle
D. same

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Question 621

The influence of political broadcasts on elections is considerable.

A. inadequate
B. uninfluential
C. negligible
D. insignificant

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Question 622

Antonym of IMPOUND

A. release
B. strengthen
C. generate
D. stimulate

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Question 623

His friends liked everything about him except his frugality.

A. short temper
B. extravagance
C. shabbiness
D. punctuality

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Question 624

Antonym of BASHFUL

A. daring
B. boastful
C. upright
D. confident

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Question 625

In the interest of one's own reputation one should avoid ostentation while entertaining friends.

A. miserliness
B. simplicity
C. purity
D. innocence

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Question 626

Antonym of EDACIOUS

A. smart
B. gluttonous
C. fasting
D. even

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Question 627

He urge to learn everything.

A. desires
B. denies
C. dislikes
D. discourage

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Question 628

Antonym of NATIVE

A. alien
B. incomer
C. newcomer
D. stranger

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Question 629

Antonym of MISERLY

A. hospitable
B. generous
C. extravagant
D. philanthropic

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Question 630

There has always been a feeling of rancour between the two families.

A. rivalry
B. competition
C. friendliness
D. suspicion

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Question 631

Antonym of BOORISH

A. handsome
B. happy
C. quite
D. genteel

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Question 632

Do not follow others.

A. emulate
B. praise
C. oppose
D. criticise

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Question 633

Antonym of AVOIDANCE

A. possession
B. passion
C. pursuit
D. power

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Question 634

Pradeep is always jeered at by his companions.

A. praised
B. scorned
C. mocked
D. mourned

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Question 635

Silence in this place is mandatory.

A. optional
B. compulsory
C. imperative
D. irritating

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Question 636

Obeying :

A. Ordering
B. Following
C. Refusing
D. Contradicting

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Question 637

Unsettled conditions in the land led to exodus of hundreds of its citizens.

A. invasion
B. entry
C. immigration
D. expulsion

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Question 638

Discovered :

A. Exposed
B. Revealed
C. Concealed
D. Contended

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Question 639

Good actions cannot camouflage one's bad qualities.

A. exhibit
B. demonstrate
C. reveal
D. parade

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Question 640

Her modesty prevented her from making her feelings known to him.

A. vanity
B. superiority
C. hypocrisy
D. arrogance

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Question 641

There are reports that many poor people abandon female children.

A. like
B. reject
C. keep
D. help

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Question 642

Antonym of BLISS

A. anguish
B. sorrow
C. agony
D. suffering

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Question 643

Antonym of REWARD

A. demotion
B. forfeiture
C. penalty
D. retribution

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Question 644

Antonym of LUXURY

A. sadness
B. treachery
C. duplicity
D. austerity

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Question 645

Antonym of OPULENT

A. wealthy
B. poor
C. sumptuous
D. drooping

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Question 646

The stranger who stayed with us was a ruthless fellow.

A. candid
B. sympathetic
C. cordial
D. courteous

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Question 647

Infringement of law has to be prevented in order to maintain peace and order in the country.

A. review
B. revision
C. relaxation
D. obedience

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Question 648

He could not confirm that he had made any such statement.

A. reject
B. avoid
C. deny
D. refuse

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Question 649

Antonym of MODERATE

A. radical
B. revolutionary
C. nihilist
D. anarchist

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Question 650

He is a very timid person.

A. dashing
B. outgoing
C. bold
D. chivalrous

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Question 651

GREGARIOUS

A. Antisocial
B. Glorious
C. Horrendous
D. Similar

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Question 652

Antonym of SPARSE

A. expensive
B. heavy
C. scattered
D. lavish

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Question 653

His boorish ways amused everyone.

A. refined
B. funny
C. eccentric
D. friendly

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Question 654

The habit of squandering money should not be encouraged.

A. discarding
B. boarding
C. collecting
D. saving

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Question 655

His punctuality and regularity propitiates everyone with whom he deals.

A. depresses
B. excites
C. enrages
D. appeases

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Question 656

The property of contraction of matter on cooling is put to several practical uses.

A. improvement
B. growth
C. expansion
D. diminution

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Question 657

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : BUSY

A. Occupied
B. Engrossed
C. Relaxed
D. Engaged

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Question 658

His style of writing is quite verbose.

A. lucid
B. succinct
C. unusual
D. comical

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Question 659

His plans may sound nebulous.

A. clear
B. concrete
C. prominent
D. conspicuous

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Question 660

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : BELITTLE

A. Criticize
B. Flatter
C. Exaggerate
D. Adore

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Question 661

Antonym of HAPLESS

A. lucky
B. kind
C. helpful
D. futile

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Question 662

His arrogant behaviour made him successful in his trade.

A. flattering
B. humble
C. polite
D. pleasant

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Question 663

After meeting the holy man, his nagging mood of diffidence suddenly changed.

A. confusion
B. self-assurance
C. contentment
D. consternation

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Question 664

I suppose you should authorise him to do so.

A. pulverize
B. prescribe
C. detach
D. proscibe

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Question 665

Antonym of DECEIT

A. reality
B. trust
C. truthfulness
D. fact

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Question 666

Antonym of JUDICIOUS

A. unequal
B. unlawful
C. impure
D. indiscreet

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Question 667

He harboured a feeling of malice towards his younger brother.

A. love
B. rancour
C. spite
D. goodwill

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Question 668

His family has accumulated wealth over the years.

A. drained
B. squandered
C. amassed
D. dispersed

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Question 669

He has enrolled himself to an elementary course in computer.

A. secondary
B. tough
C. advanced
D. simple

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Question 670

Adversity teaches man to be humble and self-reliant.

A. sincerity
B. animosity
C. curiosity
D. prosperity

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Question 671

The Principal hardly managed to give the papers a cursory glance.

A. superficial
B. through
C. thorough
D. curious

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Question 672

Antonym of ACCOMPLICE

A. friend
B. accessory
C. escort
D. opponent

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Question 673

You cannot blame him beacause all his dealings are aboveboard.

A. under
B. boring
C. underhand
D. beneath

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Question 674

Antonym of ABDICATE

A. claim
B. snatch
C. plunder
D. seize

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Question 675

Antonym of SHAMEFUL

A. naked
B. brazen
C. wanton
D. unblushing

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Question 676

Dinesh could manage his family satisfactory with his meager income.

A. continuous
B. fabulous
C. hard
D. adequate

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Question 677

Antonym of PROVOCATION

A. destruction
B. peace
C. pacification
D. vocation

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Question 678

Protects :

A. Defends
B. Deprives
C. Deserts
D. Devises

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Question 679

Antonym of BLEMISH

A. preserve
B. purify
C. defect
D. tarnish

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Question 680

Antonym of HOLY

A. offensive
B. orthodox
C. profane
D. obnoxious

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Question 681

According to a great philosopher magnanimity in a man implies many other qualities.

A. enmity
B. meanness
C. jealousy
D. poverty

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Question 682

Antonym of ADDITION

A. multiplication
B. subtraction
C. enumeration
D. division

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Question 683

Antonym of STUBBORN

A. willing
B. consenting
C. pliable
D. easy

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Question 684

Antonym of ADMONISH

A. commend
B. tolerate
C. flatter
D. approve

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Question 685

Antonym of SYNTHETIC

A. cosmetic
B. plastic
C. affable
D. natural

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Question 686

The Ganga is as deep in midstream as at the banks.

A. wide
B. narrow
C. hollow
D. shallow

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Question 687

Attractive :

A. Repulsive
B. Loathsome
C. Abominable
D. Repugnant

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Question 688

Everybody was astonished when he used such a profane language.

A. sacred
B. pure
C. profound
D. high

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Question 689

Antonym of PANIC

A. alarm
B. indifference
C. serenity
D. cautiousness

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Question 690

Antonym of JEER

A. mourn
B. praise
C. mock
D. sneer

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Question 691

Mr. Arun Lal is a noted personality in the town.

A. condemned
B. ostracised
C. notorious
D. obscure

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Question 692

The food served at the official dinner was very bland.

A. inedible
B. spicy
C. nutritious
D. tasty

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Question 693

Antonym of ADHERENT

A. rival
B. alien
C. detractor
D. enemy

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Question 694

Antonym of AMALGAMATE

A. generate
B. repair
C. materialise
D. separate

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Question 695

Antonym of DESTINY

A. vulnerability
B. chance
C. self-dependence
D. fate

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Question 696

People understand speech in the context of their accumulated experience.

A. scattered
B. assemble
C. partial
D. bias

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Question 697

Under the circumstances, such pejorative comments should have been avoided.

A. soothing
B. sporting
C. appreciative
D. critical

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Question 698

His knowledge of the subject is quite extensive.

A. ordinary
B. little
C. limited
D. immense

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Question 699

Everything about him, especially his talkative nature, proclaims his effeminacy.

A. boorishness
B. manliness
C. aggressiveness
D. attractiveness

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Question 700

Antonym of EXPLICIT

A. inspiring
B. plain
C. invigorating
D. implied

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Question 701

Antonym of HINDRANCE

A. agreement
B. cooperation
C. persuasion
D. aid

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Question 702

Genuine :

A. Unnatural
B. Synthetic
C. Artificial
D. Sham

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Question 703

Underhand :

A. Hidden
B. Surreptitious
C. Obscure
D. Exposed

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Question 704

He stood gazing at the serene expanse of the sea.

A. scenic
B. clear
C. tranquil
D. ruffled

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Question 705

The primary duty of our countrymen at present should be to curb such social evils as casteism and untouchability.

A. recommend
B. restore
C. encourage
D. reinstate

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Question 706

He said it would be convenient for him to meet me there.

A. inadvisable
B. objectionable
C. troublesome
D. desirable

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Question 707

The drug will have pernicious effect on your health.

A. beneficial
B. prolonged
C. ruinous
D. pornographic

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Question 708

Her new hair style looks very attractive.

A. unblooming
B. grand
C. unbecoming
D. fascinating

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Question 709

The minister was accused of indulging in nepotism.

A. impartiality
B. hatred
C. condemnation
D. indifference

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Question 710

Antonym of ACCLAMATION

A. denunciation
B. suppression
C. termination
D. applause

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Question 711

Antonym of NIMBLE

A. giant
B. clumsy
C. quick
D. frank

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Question 712

Divided :

A. United
B. Dignified
C. Separated
D. Isolated

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Question 713

Antonym of EXECRABLE

A. importable
B. acceptable
C. desirable
D. irritable

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Question 714

Antonym of GLIB

A. unwilling
B. hesitant
C. dumb
D. modest

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Question 715

Many snakes are innocuous.

A. poisonous
B. harmful
C. deadly
D. ferocious

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Question 716

Superiority :

A. Seniority
B. Juniority
C. Inferiority
D. Urbanity

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Question 717

This is a trivial matter.

A. difficult
B. easy
C. small
D. important

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Question 718

The criminal was detained by the police.

A. protected
B. dismissed
C. released
D. deterred

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Question 719

Antonym of APPOINTMENT

A. disappointment
B. suspension
C. dismissal
D. discharge

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Question 720

He was asked to accelerate the pace of work.

A. supervise
B. slacken
C. control
D. check

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Question 721

The lady shouted with a loud, shrill voice.

A. feeble
B. blunt
C. muffled
D. inaudible

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Question 722

Last :

A. End
B. Grow
C. Diminish
D. Finish

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Question 723

Antonym of TRANSPARENT

A. coloured
B. childlike
C. opaque
D. imminent

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Question 724

It is a herculean task for me.

A. indecent
B. puny
C. ponderous
D. big

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Question 725

Antonym of DEBACLE

A. regain
B. progress
C. rise
D. movement

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Question 726

Antonym of SUCCUMB

A. curb
B. resist
C. injure
D. shoot

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Question 727

Antonym of ERRATIC

A. regular
B. right
C. punctual
D. free

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Question 728

She began to babel in front of the guests.

A. quiet
B. din
C. mourn
D. cry

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Question 729

DENSITY

A. Rarity
B. Intelligence
C. Clarity
D. Brightness

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Question 730

Singular :

A. Dull
B. Ancient
C. Common
D. Social

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Question 731

My uncle is very wealthy, but rather parsimonious in his habits.

A. extravagant
B. generous
C. careless
D. strict

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Question 732

There was no altruistic motive that prompted him to help her.

A. wicked
B. brutal
C. inhuman
D. selfish

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Question 733

Antonym of LEGATO

A. uneven
B. brief
C. silent
D. smooth

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Question 734

In the interest of one's own reputation one should avoid ostentation while entertaining friends.

A. innocence
B. purity
C. simplicity
D. miserliness

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Question 735

The patient looks a little more cheerful this morning.

A. depressed
B. dull
C. energetic
D. stupid

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Question 736

Antonym of DEFICIT

A. superfluous
B. surplus
C. explicit
D. implicit

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Question 737

Antonym of PACIFY

A. quarrel
B. challenge
C. threaten
D. darken

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Question 738

Antonym of DAUNTLESS

A. cautious
B. thoughtful
C. weak
D. adventurous

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Question 739

Antonym of INNOCENCE

A. crime
B. mischief
C. guilt
D. sin

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Question 740

His interpretation of the poem is superficial.

A. mystical
B. obfuscation
C. difficult
D. mysterious

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Question 741

The boy found himself in a pathetic situation.

A. comical
B. marvellous
C. common
D. surprising

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Question 742

Antonym of FICKLE

A. diseased
B. fast
C. constant
D. quick

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Question 743

Antonym of PLACATE

A. embroil
B. antangonize
C. amuse
D. pacify

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Question 744

The members of the opposition party made derogatory remarks about the policies of the government.

A. praiseworthy
B. laudatory
C. respectable
D. admirable

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Question 745

Everyone wanted to be the harbinger of the good news to the king.

A. precursor
B. tender
C. opponent
D. follower

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Question 746

Everybody called it a lavish party.

A. expensive
B. frugal
C. wasteful
D. big

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Question 747

The guard was given explicit orders about whom to admit.

A. wrong
B. inadequate
C. no
D. ambiguous

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Question 748

Antonym of DITHER

A. cry
B. refer
C. decide
D. defer

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Question 749

Antonym of DEVOUT

A. irreverent
B. sincere
C. homely
D. magnificient

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Question 750

He nurtured in him a strong craving for revenge from those criminals.

A. mercy
B. pardon
C. pity
D. forgiveness

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Question 751

Geetanjali is loved by all for her meekness.

A. harshness
B. pride
C. anger
D. passion

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Question 752

Antonym of SUPERFICIAL

A. artificial
B. deep
C. shallow
D. real

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Question 753

Antonym of EXECRATE

A. care
B. praise
C. love
D. bless

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Question 754

Lucy is a smart girl.

A. casual
B. indecent
C. active
D. scruffy

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Question 755

The police tried to find out the rightful owner of the ornaments left in the train.

A. indefinite
B. mistaken
C. unlawful
D. claimant

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Question 756

INDISCREET

A. Reliable
B. Honest
C. Prudent
D. Stupid

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Question 757

We should not belittle the value of small things.

A. expand
B. inflate
C. praise
D. extol

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Question 758

Antonym of THEORY

A. imagination
B. fact
C. chance
D. thought

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Question 759

Antonym of IMPERVIOUS

A. penetrable
B. hidden
C. tolerable
D. gentle

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Question 760

Antonym of VINDICATE

A. exonerate
B. condemn
C. defend
D. excuse

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Question 761

Antonym of OVERWEENING

A. humble
B. sedate
C. miserly
D. clever

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Question 762

Antonym of INTRANSIGENT

A. ever-ready
B. faithful
C. flexible
D. obedient

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Question 763

Like poverty, affluence can sometimes create its own problems.

A. sorrow
B. indigence
C. exuberance
D. opulence

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Question 764

The stuffed toy bore a glossy look.

A. obscene
B. dull
C. sleek
D. ventilating

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Question 765

Antonym of ILLUSTRIOUS

A. uneducated
B. uncivilised
C. unintelligent
D. unknown

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Question 766

Antonym of ANTIPATHY

A. obedience
B. admiration
C. agreement
D. fondness

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Question 767

Antonym of HUMBLE

A. dominant
B. proud
C. despotic
D. pompous

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Question 768

Antonym of PROSCRIBE

A. interdict
B. allow
C. extend
D. betray

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Question 769

Democracy is a government by conciliation.

A. non-cooperation
B. dispute
C. confrontation
D. irritation

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Question 770

Antonym of OBSOLETE

A. conducive
B. rare
C. useless
D. recent

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Question 771

Antonym of BESEECH

A. bully
B. solicit
C. demand
D. dismiss

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Question 772

His critics found in the overt statements some hidden design.

A. converse
B. pervert
C. covert
D. contrived

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Question 773

Antonym of CAJOLE

A. dissuade
B. detract
C. disclose
D. confide

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Question 774

Antonym of CRASS

A. gross
B. refined
C. coarse
D. dense

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Question 775

Antonym of ONEROUS

A. straight-forward
B. easy
C. complex
D. plain

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Question 776

Antonym of ACCELERATE

A. creep
B. drag
C. lag
D. delay

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Question 777

Antonym of FOREIGNER

A. national
B. stranger
C. native
D. alien

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Question 778

This is not ideology but pragmatic language teaching.

A. impractical
B. improper
C. imperfect
D. impossible

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Question 779

The decision to stop firing across the border was a unilateral one.

A. collective
B. bilateral
C. multilateral
D. multiple

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Question 780

He was exonerated of the charge of theft when the woman gave an evidence in his favour.

A. imprisoned
B. complained
C. expelled
D. accused

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Question 781

The chairman initiated the proceedings with a brief speech.

A. confused
B. closed
C. started
D. complicated

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Question 782

Antonym of NERVOUS

A. bold
B. doubtful
C. timid
D. shrewish

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Question 783

The climbers found the ascent nerve breaking.

A. slide
B. decline
C. fall
D. descent

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Question 784

He was found guilty.

A. TRUE
B. right
C. innocent
D. correct

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Question 785

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : RELINQUISH

A. Abdicate
B. Renounce
C. Possess
D. Deny

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Question 786

I think it would be better if this paragraph is eliminated.

A. added
B. improved
C. deleted
D. shortened

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Question 787

Antonym of DEBAUCHEE

A. moralist
B. thinker
C. schemer
D. dreamer

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Question 788

Repulsive :

A. Alluring
B. Refulgent
C. Effulgent
D. Meek

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Question 789

Antonym of CONCEAL

A. unfold
B. reveal
C. open
D. discover

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Question 790

The leader was pragmatic in his approach to the problems facing the country.

A. optimistic
B. idealistic
C. indefinite
D. vague

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Question 791

The teacher instructed the students to draw the marginal lines.

A. central
B. fractional
C. global
D. angular

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Question 792

Antonym of PRESUMPTION

A. resumption
B. proposition
C. humility
D. assumption

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Question 793

He abandoned his family.

A. supported
B. discouraged
C. pleased
D. saved

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Question 794

Antonym of PARSIMONIOUS

A. generous
B. frugal
C. crude
D. stingy

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Question 795

In ancient days, a fragile glass jar was considered to be more valuable than a human slave.

A. broad
B. tall
C. strong
D. heavy

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Question 796

Antonym of DEMON

A. charitable
B. kind-hearted
C. angel
D. fair-minded

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Question 797

Differences :

A. Resemblances
B. Discrimination
C. Dissimilarities
D. Agreement

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Question 798

This piece of land is the most fertile and yields a good harvest each year.

A. startling
B. sterile
C. worthless
D. futile

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Question 799

Antonym of ESCALATE

A. lessen
B. subside
C. reduce
D. heal

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Question 800

Antonym of PODGY

A. short
B. thin
C. weak
D. slim

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Question 801

Antonym of DIVERGE

A. repulse
B. converge
C. resurgence
D. constrict

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Question 802

It is one of pernicious customs prevailing in the society.

A. permanent
B. beneficial
C. parochial
D. dangerous

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Question 803

Antonym of HESITATE

A. proud
B. confident
C. certain
D. reluctant

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Question 804

Antonym of EDIFICATION

A. lamentation
B. annotation
C. corruption
D. segregation

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Question 805

ARROGANT

A. Humble
B. Cowardly
C. Egotistic
D. Gentlemanly

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Question 806

The duty of atrue citizen is to thwart social evils as untouchability, dowry system etc.

A. favour
B. sustain
C. promote
D. frustrate

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Question 807

There is an obscure cave on the other side of the hill.

A. admired
B. notorious
C. infamous
D. well-known

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Question 808

It was a voluntary gesture.

A. compulsory
B. violent
C. deliberate
D. valuable

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Question 809

It was really a sinister move on his part.

A. malevolent
B. sinful
C. auspicious
D. right

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Question 810

Antonym of CAPRICIOUS

A. fixed
B. solid
C. firm
D. reliable

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Question 811

Antonym of FORBID

A. provoke
B. appreciate
C. celebrate
D. permit

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Question 812

Antonym of DELIBERATE

A. premeditated
B. sparking
C. methodical
D. impulsive

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Question 813

Antonym of JUSTIFY

A. accuse
B. infuriate
C. absolve
D. vindicate

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Question 814

Antonym of LOYAL

A. rebellious
B. courageous
C. faithful
D. friendly

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Question 815

Antonym of COVERT

A. clandestine
B. open
C. virtuous
D. wide

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Question 816

A terrestrial being can never be immortal.

A. abnormal
B. marvellous
C. amphibious
D. celestial

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Question 817

Antonym of VOLUNTARY

A. ordered
B. alternative
C. compulsory
D. essential

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Question 818

Antonym of INDOLENT

A. desirable
B. adequate
C. energetic
D. consistent

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Question 819

Antonym of CROWDED

A. deserted
B. lonely
C. empty
D. barren

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Question 820

Antonym of MISERLY

A. generous
B. liberal
C. avaricious
D. charitable

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Question 821

Antonym of MORBID

A. healthy
B. clever
C. upright
D. sickly

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Question 822

Mother Teresa devoted her life to the service of the poor and the destitute.

A. greedy
B. noble
C. rich
D. extraordinary

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Question 823

Antonym of MASTICATE

A. gobble
B. conceal
C. chew
D. review

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Question 824

Antonym of TURBID

A. easy
B. hazy
C. clear
D. distinct

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Question 825

Antonym of PATERNITY

A. posterity
B. successors
C. offspring
D. ancestors

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Question 826

He thought gambling was a vice.

A. courtesy
B. kindness
C. virtue
D. goodness

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Question 827

Antonym of HAPPINESS

A. contentment
B. grief
C. renunciation
D. beatitude

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Question 828

For the first time I saw him speaking so rudely to Ranjeet.

A. softly
B. gently
C. politely
D. slowly

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Question 829

Sherlock Holmes is a fictitious character.

A. real
B. imaginative
C. fancy
D. foreign

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Question 830

Hearing the news, he jumped up in ecstasy.

A. misery
B. beatitude
C. exaltation
D. rapture

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Question 831

Mohini was often teased as corpulent by her friends.

A. belligerent
B. gaunt
C. garrulous
D. fat

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Question 832

Antonym of EXASPERATE

A. belittle
B. annoy
C. please
D. tarnish

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Question 833

Antonym of GLIB

A. unwilling
B. dumb
C. modest
D. halting

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Question 834

Only an agile person can be a successful sportsman.

A. brisk
B. emaciated
C. feeble
D. sluggish

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Question 835

Antonym of EXODUS

A. restoration
B. return
C. homecoming
D. influx

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Question 836

Antonym of ARTIFICIAL

A. solid
B. truthful
C. authentic
D. natural

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Question 837

Antonym of TURBULENT

A. turbid
B. violent
C. steady
D. critical

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Question 838

Antonym of PREVENT

A. excite
B. support
C. invite
D. incite

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Question 839

Antonym of MOIST

A. parched
B. dry
C. hard
D. crisp

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Question 840

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : FRAUDULENT

A. Candid
B. Direct
C. Forthright
D. Genuine

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Question 841

Antonym of VIE

A. guard
B. maintain
C. discover
D. yield

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Question 842

Antonym of SECULAR

A. righteous
B. religious
C. spiritual
D. moral

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Question 843

He felt gratified to the old man for his help.

A. depressed
B. discouraged
C. distressed
D. frustrated

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Question 844

He holds extreme views on education.

A. ordinary
B. casual
C. timid
D. moderate

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Question 845

Antonym of MASK

A. deface
B. injure
C. expose
D. hit

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Question 846

Antonym of AUTONOMY

A. submissiveness
B. dependence
C. subordination
D. slavery

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Question 847

He denied the accusation.

A. justified
B. spoke
C. publicised
D. affirmed

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Question 848

Antonym of BURY

A. examine
B. open
C. disinter
D. dig

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Question 849

Antonym of ALLEVIATION

A. exaggeration
B. exasperation
C. magnification
D. intensification

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Question 850

Antonym of VALIDATE

A. legalise
B. spurious
C. authenticate
D. disprove

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Question 851

Of all the companions of our joyous ascent, there were only the two of us left.

A. decent
B. descent
C. descant
D. descendant

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Question 852

The last show of the concert at the Ritz theatre was a fiasco.

A. triumph
B. victory
C. fruitful
D. success

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Question 853

Antonym of WITHIN

A. without
B. past
C. over
D. beyond

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Question 854

Antonym of HAWK

A. conciliation
B. dove
C. pacifist
D. pigeon

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Question 855

One should never be reckless in his dealings with others.

A. indifferent
B. careful
C. imprudent
D. lenient

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Question 856

India is a land of abundant resources.

A. enough
B. poor
C. deficient
D. limited

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Question 857

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : ARTIFICIAL

A. Red
B. Natural
C. Truthful
D. Solid

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Question 858

The inhabitants of the island were barbarians.

A. civilized
B. cruel
C. uncivilized
D. bad

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Question 859

Antonym of START

A. close
B. shut
C. end
D. finish

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Question 860

The children are playing in the nearby park.

A. different
B. close
C. separate
D. distant

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Question 861

Antonym of RESCUE

A. extricate
B. waver
C. bind
D. desert

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Question 862

CONCEDE

A. Object
B. Refuse
C. Grant
D. Accede

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Question 863

Antonym of LIBERALISM

A. humanism
B. dynamism
C. sectarianism
D. totalitarianism

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Question 864

Antonym of ZEAL

A. hostility
B. diffidence
C. apathy
D. contempt

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Question 865

Antonym of MINOR

A. heavy
B. tall
C. major
D. big

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Question 866

Antonym of PROHIBIT

A. accept
B. permit
C. agree
D. grant

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Question 867

Professors are generally serious about what they say.

A. jolly
B. thoughtful
C. smug
D. insincere

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Question 868

In the following questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words : EXPAND

A. Convert
B. Condense
C. Congest
D. Conclude

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Question 869

Antonym of IGNORE

A. support
B. favour
C. redress
D. accept

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Question 870

Many of the propositions he put up at the conference were ludicrous.

A. obnoxious
B. humorous
C. praiseworthy
D. impractical

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Question 871

Her vivacity attracted everybody.

A. beauty
B. humour
C. apathy
D. truthfulness

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Question 872

Antonym of VIOLENT

A. tame
B. humble
C. gentle
D. harmless

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Question 873

Antonym of CALLOUS

A. confident
B. sentimental
C. sensitive
D. capable

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Question 874

Antonym of AMPLIFY

A. mummify
B. shock
C. curtail
D. embalm

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Question 875

Antonym of REAR

A. front
B. foreground
C. forehead
D. forward

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Question 876

Antonym of CELIBACY

A. chastity
B. misogyny
C. matrimony
D. divorce

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Question 877

Antonym of RESPITE

A. tension
B. exertion
C. regularity
D. delay

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Question 878

Tolerance is the essence of religion.

A. impatience
B. cruelty
C. bigotry
D. indifference

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Question 879

Antonym of SUPERVISE

A. overlook
B. misdirect
C. neglect
D. forget

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Question 880

Antonym of DREARY

A. plenty
B. monotonous
C. unhappy
D. cheerful

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Question 881

He is well known for coming up with impracticable solutions.

A. easy
B. possible
C. feasible
D. alternate

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Question 882

Antonym of EVANESCENT

A. blooming
B. growing
C. twinkling
D. teasing

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Question 883

What he tells me confirms my ideas.

A. strengthens
B. opposes
C. contradicts
D. verifies

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Question 884

We have no doubt about the veracity of the statement.

A. morality
B. falsity
C. propriety
D. truthfulness

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Question 885

He was in a dejected mood.

A. irritable
B. romantic
C. jubilant
D. rejected

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