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




Question 1

PALTRY :

A. Insignificant
B. Unfair
C. Average
D. Slovenly

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Question 2

He is in the habit of thriving on others money.

A. reviving
B. surviving
C. prospering
D. entertaining

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Question 3

IRONIC

A. Inflexible
B. Bitter
C. Good-natured
D. Sarcastic

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Question 4

Synonym of PREVENT

A. Restrict
B. Stop
C. Interrupt
D. Obstruct

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Question 5

The intrepid mountaineers who scaled the peak in winter should be specially congratulated.

A. bold
B. timid
C. unadventurous
D. unimaginative

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Question 6

Synonym of MARVELLOUS

A. Wonderful
B. Attractive
C. Pleasing
D. Charming

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Question 7

The indiscriminate demand for mass consumption goods is deplorable.

A. desperate
B. undifferentiated
C. discreet
D. insensitive

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Question 8

The minister tried to assure the people regarding their safety.

A. convince
B. warn
C. provide
D. protect

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Question 9

We heard him asseverate his good intentions but his actions belied his words.

A. affirm
B. incite
C. defy
D. cancel

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Question 10

He has a propensity for getting into debt.

A. tendency
B. aptitude
C. characteristic
D. quality

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Question 11

Synonym of ERSATZ

A. Inferior
B. Imitation
C. Genuine
D. Original

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Question 12

He adopted quite a diffident stand when it was a matter of son's career.

A. confident
B. bold
C. forward
D. unassuming

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Question 13

EXTRICATE

A. Pull
B. Free
C. Tie
D. Complicate

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Question 14

The prisoner made an abortive attempt to escape from the jail.

A. courageous
B. futile
C. illegal
D. furtive

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Question 15

The ascending temperature in many parts of the world confirms global warming which is an environmental hazard.

A. rising
B. falling
C. shooting
D. mounting

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Question 16

He tried to cajole her, but it was in vain.

A. enjoin
B. coax
C. rejoice
D. inspire

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Question 17

Synonym of PRUNE

A. Lend
B. Reduce
C. Expand
D. Prolong

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Question 18

SCINTILLATING

A. Smouldering
B. Glittering
C. Touching
D. Warming

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Question 19

Synonym of SUBSIDE

A. Submit
B. Oppress
C. Subdue
D. Surrender

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Question 20

Synonym of MAVERICK

A. Reformer
B. Unorthodox
C. Novice
D. Conservative

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Question 21

Synonym of LICENTIOUS

A. Immoral
B. Hungry
C. Gay
D. Generous

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Question 22

BUSY :

A. Active
B. Occupied
C. Preoccupied
D. Diligent

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Question 23

His judicious handling of the matter saved the situation from going out of control.

A. nervous
B. helpful
C. sensible
D. cautious

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Question 24

The need of the hour is to initiate the renaissance of moral conscience and halt the rampant corruption, for it could even hasten the end of our civilisation.

A. rise
B. introduction
C. revival
D. significance

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Question 25

The aberration in the Indian economy can be attributed to short-sightedness of its political masters.

A. deviation
B. steadfastness
C. privilege
D. procrastination

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Question 26

Synonym of ENIGMA

A. Elusive
B. Clear
C. Puzzle
D. Praise

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Question 27

Synonym of GRIPE

A. Complaint
B. Journey
C. Resentment
D. Satisfaction

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Question 28

EVENTUALLY :

A. Suddenly
B. Ultimately
C. Quickly
D. Abruptly

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Question 29

The small boy was able to give a graphic description of the thief.

A. vague
B. broad
C. vivid
D. drawing

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Question 30

INFAMY

A. Dishonour
B. Glory
C. Integrity
D. Reputation

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Question 31

He did not continue for long with his murky intentions.

A. dishonest
B. dull
C. lazy
D. ominous

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Question 32

Synonym of AMNESTY

A. Revolt
B. Privilege
C. Farewell
D. Pardon

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Question 33

Synonym of PORTRAY

A. Communicate
B. Paint
C. Express
D. Draw

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Question 34

Synonym of GARNER

A. Distribute
B. Decorate
C. Preserve
D. Collect

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Question 35

Synonym of SCUTTLE

A. Pollute
B. Sabotage
C. Shout
D. Succeed

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Question 36

Synonym of BASHFUL

A. Shy
B. Neglect
C. Ignore
D. Embrace

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Question 37

The police need tangible proof of his guilt before they can act against him.

A. convincing
B. strong
C. emphatic
D. clear

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Question 38

The boy was chided for his impertinence.

A. praised
B. beaten
C. applauded
D. rebuked

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Question 39

His grand parents had grown feeble and helpless.

A. weak
B. incapacitated
C. timid
D. humiliated

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Question 40

Synonym of PERFIDY

A. Debauchery
B. Vanity
C. Treachery
D. Conceit

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Question 41

Synonym of COLOSSUS

A. Towering
B. Tall
C. Lofty
D. Huge

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Question 42

Synonym of JINK

A. Inherit
B. Refrain
C. Dodge
D. Travel

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Question 43

Swift is known in the world of letters for his misogynism.

A. hate for mankind
B. hate for womankind
C. love for the reasonable
D. love for the womankind

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Question 44

John Milton wrote 'Paradise Lost' to vindicate the ways of God to man.

A. explain
B. support
C. justify
D. criticise

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Question 45

Fed up of social atrocities, she finally decided to lead a sequestered life.

A. virtuous
B. bold
C. enlivened
D. secluded

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Question 46

All his documents were confiscated.

A. cancelled
B. seized
C. forfeited
D. destroyed

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Question 47

Sagacity increases with age.

A. wisdom
B. love
C. maturity
D. efficiency

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Question 48

Synonym of KULAK

A. Fortress
B. Priest
C. Insane
D. Merchant

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Question 49

He did not make any attempt to placate her.

A. please
B. pacify
C. serve
D. satisfy

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Question 50

Synonym of LETHARGY

A. Laxity
B. Impassivity
C. Serenity
D. Listlessness

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Question 51

Synonym of OBSTREPEROUS

A. Obstinate
B. Calm
C. Noisy
D. Cheerful

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Question 52

Synonym of IMPASSIONED

A. Ardent
B. Impressive
C. Sympathetic
D. Irresponsible

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Question 53

I realised they wanted to be alone together, so I felt very awkward.

A. cumbersome
B. unwieldy
C. embarrassed
D. clumsy

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Question 54

The meeting was called to ruminate on recent events in the subcontinent.

A. ponder
B. examine
C. argue
D. discuss

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Question 55

Fifty years after the independence there can be no alibi for not providing basic amenities to every citizen.

A. cause
B. plea
C. factor
D. reason

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Question 56

Synonym of SUPERVENE

A. Ensue
B. Interfere
C. Displace
D. Precede

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Question 57

Synonym of NUMINOUS

A. Amazing
B. Ugly
C. Inspiring
D. Heavy

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Question 58

Synonym of NOBLE

A. High-sounding
B. Abusive
C. Dignified
D. Harmful

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Question 59

He was given to fanaticism in his political beliefs.

A. limitations
B. unreasoning enthusiasm
C. falsehood
D. having no grounds

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Question 60

STUPID :

A. Rude
B. Dull
C. Illiterate
D. Obstinate

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Question 61

DIELECTRIC :

A. Nonconductor
B. Instructive
C. Constructive
D. Destructive

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Question 62

Synonym of STUPID

A. Silly
B. Disobedient
C. Insane
D. Incapable

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Question 63

Synonym of EXPOSE

A. Open
B. Reveal
C. Declare
D. Conceal

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Question 64

The scheme failed for want of adequate funds.

A. necessary
B. recommended
C. required
D. sufficient

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Question 65

Synonym of DYNAMIC

A. Vigorous
B. Forceful
C. Robust
D. Active

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Question 66

The Court had to reprieve the hanging of the condemned prisoner.

A. charge
B. forgive
C. forego
D. delay

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Question 67

Synonym of EXCERPT

A. Extract
B. Invitation
C. Debate
D. Speech

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Question 68

LAMENT

A. Complain
B. Comment
C. Condone
D. Console

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Question 69

INEXPLICABLE

A. Confusing
B. Unaccountable
C. Chaotic
D. Unconnected

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Question 70

Synonym of BEWAIL

A. Envy
B. Accuse
C. Tear
D. Lament

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Question 71

Synonym of FAD

A. Charity
B. Weakness
C. Fashion
D. Folly

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Question 72

RECKLESS

A. Courageous
B. Rash
C. Bold
D. Daring

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Question 73

Synonym of PERKY

A. Pretty
B. Clean
C. Comic
D. Buoyant

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Question 74

He corroborated the statement of his brother.

A. condemned
B. confirmed
C. lend
D. disapproved

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Question 75

During his meeting with the owners of the company he had a number of overtures.

A. observations
B. offers
C. agreements
D. promises

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Question 76

Miss Universe pageant was really worth seeing.

A. contest
B. show
C. function
D. carnival

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Question 77

The speech was filled with rigmarole.

A. nonsense
B. details
C. quotes
D. examples

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Question 78

On the stage of this world, the drama of life is transitory as well as traumatic.

A. transitional
B. dull
C. fleeting
D. painful

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Question 79

CANNY

A. Obstinate
B. Handsome
C. Clever
D. Stout

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Question 80

Synonym of DISPARAGE

A. Belittle
B. Compare
C. Discourage
D. Separate

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Question 81

The sentiments expressed by him in the speech were odious.

A. significant
B. hateful
C. admirable
D. common

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Question 82

Brevity pays in debate.

A. conciseness
B. sharpness
C. quickness
D. confidence

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Question 83

Synonym of LAVISH

A. Profuse
B. Showy
C. Gay
D. Carefree

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Question 84

Synonym of DECRY

A. Deviate
B. Despoil
C. Demure
D. Disparage

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Question 85

Synonym of OSTENTATIOUS

A. Noisy
B. Talkative
C. Showy
D. Wealthy

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Question 86

When youngsters do not have good role-models to emulate they start searching for them among sportsmen or filmstars.

A. inhabit
B. imitate
C. mollify
D. modify

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Question 87

TACITURNITY

A. Dumbness
B. Changeableness
C. Hesitation
D. Reserve

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Question 88

Synonym of VULPINE

A. Crafty
B. Wolfish
C. Hoggish
D. Ravenous

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Question 89

He corroborated the statement of his brother.

A. confirmed
B. disproved
C. condemned
D. seconded

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Question 90

Synonym of SPASMODIC

A. Continuous
B. Gradual
C. Intermittent
D. Spontaneous

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Question 91

Synonym of CONDEMN

A. Blame
B. Underrate
C. Hate
D. Avoid

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Question 92

Synonym of EAGER

A. Clever
B. Enthusiastic
C. Curious
D. Devoted

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Question 93

Several ancillary units were patronized by that large store.

A. small
B. temporary
C. standing
D. subordinate

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Question 94

REFECTORY

A. Restaurant
B. Parlour
C. Living Room
D. Dining Room

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Question 95

Synonym of SIMULATE

A. Presume
B. Warn
C. Imitate
D. Take

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Question 96

Public figures should not indulge in mud-slinging.

A. caricatures
B. mockery
C. slander
D. quarrelling

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Question 97

Peace keeping for the United Nations is, at best of times and arduous task.

A. laborious
B. inconvenient
C. difficult
D. delicate

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Question 98

The courage shown by the soldiers at this moment of crisis is exemplary.

A. admirable
B. clear
C. elementary
D. suitable

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Question 99

Synonym of FURTIVE

A. Baffling
B. Fleeing
C. Hasty
D. Stealthy

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Question 100

Synonym of AMENITIES

A. Pageantries
B. Privileges
C. Facilities
D. Courtesies

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Question 101

Synonym of OBTUSE

A. Distant
B. Blunt
C. Excessive
D. Vague

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Question 102

Synonym of UMBRAGE

A. Debate
B. Battle
C. Offence
D. Quarrel

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Question 103

Synonym of SLAKE

A. Erase
B. Quench
C. Rub
D. Sharpen

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Question 104

Synonym of TRUCULENT

A. Servile
B. Trashy
C. Ferocious
D. Juicy

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Question 105

The patient began to rave incoherently in a fit of high fever.

A. babble
B. anger
C. meekly
D. forcefully

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Question 106

Synonym of UGLY

A. Fearful
B. Hateful
C. Evilsome
D. Repulsive

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Question 107

Synonym of AMBIT

A. Eviction
B. Scope
C. Restriction
D. Barrier

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Question 108

The tendency to act becomes ingrained in us only in proportion to the frequency with which such actions actually occur.

A. fixed
B. marked
C. destined
D. desired

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Question 109

Synonym of OBJECT

A. Disobey
B. Challenge
C. Deny
D. Disapprove

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Question 110

Synonym of INTERROGATE

A. Interfere
B. Question
C. Stop
D. Enter

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Question 111

Synonym of DEFLECT

A. Frustrate
B. Cheat
C. Pervert
D. Depress

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Question 112

Synonym of BOTCH

A. Borrow
B. Promote
C. Collect
D. Bungle

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Question 113

Despite a full one hour meeting, they could not arrive at any consensus.

A. union
B. unity
C. harmony
D. agreement

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Question 114

Synonym of PROCURE

A. Obtain
B. Endanger
C. Incur
D. Rescue

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Question 115

He was a contemplative person.

A. thoughtful
B. careless
C. over-zealous
D. mischievous

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Question 116

Synonym of WHITTLE

A. Decrease
B. Avoid
C. Renounce
D. Conceal

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Question 117

CONSEQUENCES

A. Results
B. Conclusions
C. Difficulties
D. Applications

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Question 118

Synonym of PREVARICATE

A. Anticipate
B. Lie
C. Delay
D. Authenticate

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Question 119

Synonym of OBLIGATORY

A. Required
B. Stubborn
C. Agreeable
D. Useful

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Question 120

Synonym of MYOPIC

A. Blind
B. Short-sighted
C. Astigmatic
D. Cross-eyed

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Question 121

FUGITIVE :

A. Escaping
B. Enduring
C. Vain
D. Weak

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Question 122

Synonym of MASSACRE

A. Stab
B. Slaughter
C. Murder
D. Assassinate

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Question 123

She has an insatiable love for music.

A. unsatisfiable
B. unchanging
C. irreconcilable
D. undesirable

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Question 124

Synonym of RECKLESS

A. Daring
B. Bold
C. Rash
D. Courageous

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Question 125

Synonym of CONTROL

A. Restrain
B. Influence
C. Regulate
D. Dominate

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Question 126

Synonym of GADFLY

A. Horror
B. Nuisance
C. Gain
D. Blessing

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Question 127

The press man's question provokes the minister and the latter reaches apoplexy in his reaction.

A. rage
B. heights
C. insight
D. end

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Question 128

His command were so peremptory that we felt humiliated.

A. specious
B. poignant
C. dictatorial
D. rough

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Question 129

Synonym of TACITURNITY

A. Violence
B. Insolence
C. Prudence
D. Silence

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Question 130

Synonym of INSOLVENT

A. Poor
B. Bankrupt
C. Broke
D. Penniless

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Question 131

Synonym of COUNSEL

A. Correct
B. Publish
C. Oppose
D. Advice

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Question 132

Synonym of DERIDE

A. Mock
B. Confuse
C. Shout
D. Snarl

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Question 133

Synonym of ABRIDGE

A. Abort
B. Span
C. Shorten
D. Cross

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Question 134

Synonym of AVER

A. Assert
B. Confess
C. Impress
D. Trust

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Question 135

Synonym of WARY

A. Cautious
B. Accurate
C. Quick
D. Practical

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Question 136

Malice is a feeling that we should always avoid.

A. envy
B. cruelty
C. spite
D. hatred

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Question 137

The attitude of the Western countries towards the Third World countries is rather callous to say the least.

A. unfeeling
B. cursed
C. unkind
D. passive

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Question 138

The international community may begin to doubt the credentials of the largest democracy in the world.

A. unreliable
B. trustworthiness
C. principles
D. capacity

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Question 139

When the police questioned him, he gave very incoherent answer at first.

A. irrational
B. inconsistent
C. irrelevant
D. irritating

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Question 140

The next day she pacified the teacher explaining her the reason for the previous day's leave.

A. quietened
B. silenced
C. pleased
D. flattered

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Question 141

Whatever the verdict of history may be, Chaplin will occupy a unique place in its pages.

A. judgement
B. voice
C. outcome
D. prediction

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Question 142

The Japanese have introduced a nippy little car for joy riders.

A. funny
B. cheap
C. quick
D. expensive

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Question 143

In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word : CANNY

A. Obstinate
B. Handsome
C. Clever
D. Stout

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Question 144

The opposition made a strident demand for putting the bill to vote.

A. courageous
B. brave
C. vociferous
D. powerful

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Question 145

BITTERNESS :

A. Sourness
B. Hoarseness
C. Acrimony
D. Aspersion

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Question 146

Synonym of COZEN

A. Ridicule
B. Cheat
C. Convince
D. Flatter

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Question 147

Synonym of INGENUOUS

A. Cunning
B. Frank
C. Courteous
D. Clever

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Question 148

Synonym of ENDORSEMENT

A. Reprimand
B. Censure
C. Recommendation
D. Reproach

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Question 149

Instead of putting up a united front against on common enemy, the medieval states frittered away their energy in internecine warfare.

A. destructive
B. baneful
C. pernicious
D. detrimental

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Question 150

Synonym of NOSTALGIC

A. Soothing
B. Homesick
C. Diseased
D. Indolent

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Question 151

Synonym of KEN

A. Knowledge
B. Trial
C. Witness
D. Ignorance

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Question 152

Poets and writers are sensuous by nature.

A. sensible
B. sentimental
C. sensual
D. sensitive

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Question 153

Synonym of AFICIONADO

A. Rival
B. Enthusiast
C. Critic
D. Indifferent

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Question 154

Synonym of ARRIVE

A. Show
B. Suppress
C. Land
D. Crop

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Question 155

Jawaharlal Nehru was an outstanding personality.

A. interesting
B. notorious
C. admirable
D. prominent

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Question 156

LIBERAL :

A. Broad-minded
B. Generous
C. Visionary
D. Imaginative

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Question 157

WRETCHED:

A. Poor
B. Foolish
C. Insane
D. Strained

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Question 158

A stray dog kept whimpering all night.

A. barking
B. crying
C. whining
D. sobbing

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Question 159

Synonym of IRRUPTION

A. Hate
B. Bursting in
C. Interference
D. Altercation

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Question 160

He was annoyed at his flippant remark.

A. discourteous
B. bitter
C. humorous
D. casual

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Question 161

DESTITUTION

A. Humility
B. Moderation
C. Poverty
D. Wealthy

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Question 162

Synonym of LEVITATE

A. Float
B. Dance
C. Waver
D. Harass

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Question 163

He is very discreet while deciding such matters.

A. obstinate
B. cunning
C. prudent
D. trustworthy

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Question 164

They tolerated him though they disliked his craven behaviour.

A. silly
B. cowardly
C. indecent
D. mean

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Question 165

Synonym of JUVENILE

A. Childish
B. Tedious
C. Humorous
D. Pious

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Question 166

The speech he made on the occasion was quite exhilarating.

A. irrelevant
B. boring
C. lively
D. learned

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Question 167

DISTANT

A. Far
B. Removed
C. Reserved
D. Separate

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Question 168

Synonym of PROMULGATE

A. Proclaim
B. Inform
C. Obstruct
D. Enforce

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Question 169

Synonym of VORACIOUS

A. Quick
B. Angry
C. Hungry
D. Wild

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Question 170

Synonym of CATALOGUE

A. Menu
B. Record
C. List
D. Pamphlet

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Question 171

Ritu asked Rashmi not to meddle in her affairs.

A. intercede
B. impose
C. cross
D. interfere

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Question 172

REDRESSED :

A. Addressed
B. Equalised
C. Restored
D. Redone

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Question 173

INTIMIDATE

A. Hint
B. Frighten
C. Bluff
D. Harass

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Question 174

In spite of their efforts, the team of scientists could not make much headway to solve the problem.

A. progress
B. thinking
C. efforts
D. start

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Question 175

She baffled all our attempts to find her.

A. defeated
B. assist
C. foiled
D. circumvented

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Question 176

Synonym of ONEROUS

A. Difficult
B. Awesome
C. Burdensome
D. Dutiful

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Question 177

ESSENTIAL :

A. Desirable
B. Advisable
C. Beneficial
D. Unavoidable

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Question 178

Synonym of VERATE

A. Scold
B. Judge
C. Downgrade
D. Deny

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Question 179

Synonym of HOCK

A. Repent
B. Pledge
C. Promise
D. Punish

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Question 180

He would have been his close associate had he not been disloyal.

A. employee
B. competitor
C. colleague
D. executive

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Question 181

The great dancer impressed the appreciative crowd by his nimble movements.

A. subtle
B. clear
C. quickening
D. lively

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Question 182

Synonym of PASTIME

A. Tardiness
B. Recreation
C. Memory
D. Antiquity

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Question 183

Synonym of YOKEL

A. Illiterate
B. Simple-minded
C. Canny
D. Crafty

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Question 184

The prisoner has been languishing in the jail for the last many years.

A. convicted
B. suffering
C. attempting
D. avoiding

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Question 185

The story which Gaurav narrated was very exciting.

A. disclosed
B. told
C. revealed
D. explained

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Question 186

Synonym of EMPHASISE

A. Suggest
B. Plead
C. Stress
D. Force

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Question 187

Synonym of RETICENCE

A. Reserve
B. Sincerity
C. Frankness
D. Generosity

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Question 188

Synonym of AFFABLE

A. Friendly
B. Cheerful
C. Helpful
D. Neutral

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Question 189

Synonym of ROTUND

A. Stout
B. Round
C. Resonant
D. Gilded

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Question 190

Synonym of INORDINATE

A. Extraordinary
B. Inanimate
C. Subordinate
D. Excessive

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Question 191

Synonym of DECEIVE

A. Mislead
B. Challenge
C. Harm
D. Defeat

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Question 192

Synonym of DAUNT

A. Detain
B. Annoy
C. Abuse
D. Intimidate

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Question 193

Synonym of WILT

A. Droop
B. Strike
C. Challenge
D. Warn

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Question 194

DIVERSION

A. Amusement
B. Arrival
C. Deviation
D. Bylane

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Question 195

REPERCUSSION

A. Clever
B. Recollection
C. Remuneration
D. Reaction

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Question 196

Synonym of SUCCULENT

A. Fluid
B. Sucking
C. Juicy
D. Sweet

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Question 197

The weavers have to do monotonous work.

A. repetitive
B. exhausting
C. irksome
D. autonomous

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Question 198

Synonym of BUFF

A. Polish
B. Insult
C. Injure
D. Sweep

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Question 199

The meeting was adjourned after discussing on the matter for about two hours.

A. postponed
B. stopped
C. begun
D. reviewed

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Question 200

Synonym of THWARTED

A. Accepted
B. Opposed
C. Diverted
D. Advocated

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Question 201

To the mother's surprise, the soup had gone completely mouldy.

A. finished
B. cold
C. stale
D. sour

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Question 202

PASS :

A. Qualify
B. Die
C. Cross
D. Elongated

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Question 203

He kindled the spirit of revenge in him and used it to his advantage.

A. contrived
B. provoked
C. dolted
D. burnt

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Question 204

Synonym of BELLIGERENT

A. Reasonable
B. Aggressive
C. Generous
D. Pacifist

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Question 205

UNCOUTH

A. Ungraceful
B. Rough
C. Slovenly
D. Dirty

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Question 206

No one will invite her to a tea nor she is so garrulous.

A. gossip
B. talkative
C. giggles
D. laughs

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Question 207

I had to disclose the information due to some reasons.

A. discuss
B. review
C. suppress
D. expose

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Question 208

HESITATED

A. Stopped
B. Paused
C. Slowed
D. Postponed

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Question 209

Cross-examination could not elicit any reason for his being absent.

A. prove
B. find
C. produce
D. extract

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Question 210

He was sad that his seniority had been overlooked.

A. rejected
B. neglected
C. confused
D. sidestepped

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Question 211

The indiscriminate demand for mas consumption goods is deplorable.

A. discreet
B. undifferentiated
C. desperate
D. insensitive

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Question 212

The accident occurred due to his lapse.

A. trick
B. interval
C. error
D. ignorance

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Question 213

Being a member of this club, he has certain rights.

A. virtues
B. facilities
C. gains
D. privileges

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Question 214

Synonym of NEBULOUS

A. Tiny
B. Vague
C. Insignificant
D. Inadequate

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Question 215

IMPROVEMENT

A. Advancement
B. Betterment
C. Promotion
D. Preference

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Question 216

Synonym of BARTER

A. Deal
B. Return
C. Lend
D. Exchange

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Question 217

Synonym of FERRY

A. Bargain
B. Celebrate
C. Transport
D. Drown

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Question 218

The father advised his errant son not to maunder about but do something worthwhile.

A. trouble
B. wander
C. run
D. play

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Question 219

Her new glasses make her look rather owlish.

A. foolish
B. solemn
C. silly
D. stupid

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Question 220

MASTERLY

A. Crafty
B. Skilful
C. Meaningful
D. Cruel

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Question 221

He was dismissed from service because they found him dishonest.

A. prevented
B. removed
C. retired
D. stopped

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Question 222

One could see the maginitude of tragedy in the limpid eyes of the earthquake victims.

A. ugly
B. crying
C. wet
D. translucent

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Question 223

He would have been successful, but for his lack of temerity.

A. audacity
B. sincerity
C. confidence
D. strength

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Question 224

The poem is written in a very lucid style.

A. elaborate
B. clear
C. noble
D. intricate

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Question 225

Synonym of AROMATIC

A. Stinking
B. Sentimental
C. Fragrant
D. Crippled

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Question 226

Synonym of DEBILITATE

A. Weaken
B. Attack
C. Surmount
D. Destroy

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Question 227

When he could not endure the cruel ragging any longer, the new recruit bravely stood up to all his bullying seniors.

A. challenged
B. fought
C. resisted
D. defeated

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Question 228

It is the inherent quality of matter tom expand on being heated.

A. eternal
B. hidden
C. internal
D. natural

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Question 229

RANT

A. Praise
B. Formalise
C. Fulminate
D. Treatment

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Question 230

Synonym of IMMANENT

A. Inherent
B. Soon
C. Impending
D. Urgent

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Question 231

The old man shows no sign of infirmity even though he is eighty years old.

A. indolence
B. fickleness
C. feebleness
D. firmness

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Question 232

AIDS is a chronic disease.

A. incurable
B. infectious
C. contagious
D. persistent

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Question 233

Synonym of IMMACULATE

A. Spotless
B. Dirty
C. Shining
D. Clean

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Question 234

Synonym of WANDER

A. Dedicate
B. Soar
C. Arouse
D. Drift

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Question 235

Synonym of VITUPERATE

A. Appreciate
B. Abuse
C. Appraise
D. Encourage

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Question 236

This machine was fabricated in our own workshop.

A. operated
B. constructed
C. installed
D. manufactured

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Question 237

Synonym of MUSTY

A. Stale
B. Irritable
C. Hungry
D. Ugly

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Question 238

VIGOUR

A. Strength
B. Boldness
C. Warmth
D. Enthusiasm

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Question 239

RABBLE

A. Mob
B. Noise
C. Roar
D. Rubbish

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Question 240

Harish ran the marathon race in less than two hours.

A. succeeded
B. rushed
C. completed
D. scored

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Question 241

Synonym of SAGACITY

A. Morality
B. Wisdom
C. Sanity
D. Uprightness

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Question 242

This is blatant injustice done to him.

A. conceited
B. contorted
C. obvious
D. flagrant

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Question 243

Synonym of SECURE

A. Secret
B. Comfortable
C. Safe
D. Independent

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Question 244

The aberration in the Indian Economy can be attributed to short-sightedness of its political masters.

A. procrastination
B. privilege
C. deviation
D. steadfastness

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Question 245

Synonym of KID

A. Regulate
B. Divert
C. Entertain
D. Cheat

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Question 246

The new scheme was aimed at prohibiting all people from imbibing alcoholic drinks.

A. offering
B. smuggling
C. preparing
D. drinking

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Question 247

She has an insatiable love for music.

A. undesirable
B. irreconcilable
C. unchanging
D. unsatisfiable

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Question 248

Synonym of VESTIGE

A. Invention
B. Example
C. Evidence
D. Experiment

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Question 249

Synonym of MOOT

A. Invisible
B. Obsequious
C. Unexpected
D. Controversial

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Question 250

Synonym of APOGEE

A. Climax
B. Beginning
C. Middle
D. Bottom

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Question 251

Synonym of IRONIC

A. Good-natured
B. Inflexible
C. Sarcastic
D. Bitter

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Question 252

He took a momentous decision in this case.

A. transient
B. important
C. wrong
D. hopeless

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Question 253

Synonym of RETRIBUTION

A. Contempt
B. Revenge
C. Punishment
D. Discount

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Question 254

Synonym of LIBERTY

A. Obligation
B. Rights
C. Freedom
D. Democracy

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Question 255

Being a member of this club, he has certain rights.

A. status
B. truth
C. virtues
D. privileges

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Question 256

It was pure fabrication with an eye for a sensation.

A. observation
B. wish
C. desire
D. opinion

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Question 257

Synonym of OSTENTATIOUS

A. Pretty
B. Modest
C. Showy
D. Flagrant

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Question 258

Synonym of DEFERENCE

A. Obligation
B. Respect
C. Postponement
D. Pride

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Question 259

SECURITY :

A. Boldness
B. Safety
C. Fearlessness
D. Confidence

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Question 260

Synonym of ABRADE

A. Scold
B. Attach
C. Wear
D. Twist

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Question 261

The device which measures earthquakes is called the Richter scale.

A. prevents
B. weighs
C. gauges
D. calculates

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Question 262

The operator was commended for his dexterity.

A. cooperation
B. courtesy
C. punctuality
D. skill

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Question 263

Synonym of FORAY

A. Indulgence
B. Raid
C. Repentance
D. Pilgrimage

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Question 264

Synonym of PERSPICACITY

A. Bad
B. Shrewd
C. Hazy
D. Clear

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Question 265

Even though singing of ballads is no longer lucrative the Bhopas of Rajasthan continue to sing them in order to cherish the memory of their royal warriors.

A. tempting
B. attractive
C. profitable
D. honourable

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Question 266

It is the Prime Minister's prerogative to appoint or dismiss a minister.

A. function
B. monopoly
C. authority
D. privilege

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Question 267

Synonym of SCOUR

A. Search
B. Flow
C. Raise
D. Push

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Question 268

In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word : DISTANT

A. Far
B. Removed
C. Reserved
D. Separate

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Question 269

Synonym of SPORADIC

A. Genuine
B. Accidental
C. Irregular
D. Instinctive

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Question 270

Synonym of VOCATION

A. Hobby
B. Occupation
C. Post
D. Employment

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Question 271

Synonym of BUFF

A. Slave
B. Enthusiast
C. Clown
D. Simpleton

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Question 272

Synonym of DODGE

A. Avoid
B. Break
C. Drag
D. Push

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Question 273

Synonym of INIQUITOUS

A. Unequal
B. Curious
C. Biased
D. Wicked

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Question 274

Synonym of MELEE

A. Primitive
B. Kindness
C. Simple
D. Brawl

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Question 275

A government rocked by frequent scandals is an effete set of people with no credibility.

A. innocent
B. stupid
C. excited
D. exhausted

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Question 276

The Government must do something about the runaway increase in prices.

A. unpardonable
B. uncontrollable
C. unreasonable
D. inflationary

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Question 277

Synonym of COMPENDIUM

A. Glossary
B. Reference
C. Index
D. Summary

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Question 278

It was very perspicacious of the judicial investigation officer to find the cause of the problem so quickly.

A. discerning
B. mysterious
C. clever
D. quick

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Question 279

Synonym of PRATTLE

A. Construct
B. Loiter
C. Chatter
D. Meditate

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Question 280

Synonym of CONJURE

A. Damage
B. Destroy
C. Revoke
D. Invoke

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Question 281

Feeling humiliated and frustrated, he could no longer brook the indifferent attitude of the government.

A. suffer
B. support
C. condone
D. tolerate

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Question 282

Synonym of MIRTH

A. Sorrow
B. Enthusiasm
C. Adventure
D. Merriment

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Question 283

The stratospheric ozone layer plays an important protective role for life on earth and its disruption is obviously fraught with dangerous consequences.

A. involving
B. concerned
C. followed
D. caused

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Question 284

Synonym of PROGNOSIS

A. Identification
B. Preface
C. Forecast
D. Scheme

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Question 285

Synonym of DOCILE

A. Stubborn
B. Stupid
C. Gentle
D. Vague

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Question 286

Quite unabashed, he began his scholarly lecture on what was obvious to everyone.

A. unashamed
B. unimpressed
C. unnerved
D. unchecked

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Question 287

Synonym of EXTRAVAGANZA

A. Profligacy
B. Spectacular
C. Reaching
D. Falsification

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Question 288

Hearing the news, the workers were in a state of euphoria.

A. elation
B. indignation
C. depression
D. disorder

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Question 289

His adulatory remarks surprised us.

A. discreet
B. insulting
C. appreciate
D. funny

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Question 290

Synonym of TROTH

A. Ego
B. Faithful
C. Colourist
D. Disloyal

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Question 291

Synonym of ASSIMILATE

A. Absorb
B. Arrange
C. Receive
D. Assemble

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Question 292

I don't like alien fashions.

A. foreign
B. extraneous
C. unusual
D. exotic

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Question 293

INSTALLED :

A. Prepared
B. Settled
C. Started
D. None of the above

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Question 294

Synonym of WRANGLE

A. Competition
B. Race
C. Dispute
D. Wrestling

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Question 295

Synonym of RICOCHET

A. Spare
B. Turn
C. Ride
D. Rebound

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Question 296

ABANDON :

A. Forsake
B. Keep
C. Cherish
D. Enlarge

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Question 297

Synonym of TENTATIVE

A. Unreliable
B. Current
C. Provisional
D. Final

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Question 298

Synonym of ALERT

A. Watchful
B. Intelligent
C. Observant
D. Energetic

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Question 299

Synonym of MOLLIFY

A. Chastise
B. Testify
C. Rebuke
D. Appease

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Question 300

The troops were mobilised to take control of the tensed situation.

A. organised
B. summoned
C. prepared
D. arouse

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Question 301

The prince fell in love with a comely young maiden.

A. elegant
B. homely
C. pretty
D. delightful

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Question 302

The base of Indian politicians is the group of sycophants around them who earn bad name for their leaders.

A. critics
B. flatterers
C. foppish
D. detractor

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Question 303

Eventually vision is affected and the patient is only able to see if light is present.

A. initially
B. primarily
C. ultimately
D. gradually

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Question 304

We were touched by the honesty of the beggar.

A. impressed
B. moved
C. surprised
D. horrified

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Question 305

Synonym of ESCHEW

A. Adapt
B. Oppress
C. Avoid
D. Encourage

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Question 306

Synonym of HINDER

A. Obstruct
B. Challenge
C. Damage
D. Ruin

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Question 307

Synonym of EDIFY

A. Consume
B. Satisfy
C. Instruct
D. Amuse

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Question 308

Choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word. Word : CORPULENT

A. Lean
B. Gaunt
C. Emaciated
D. Obese

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Question 309

She looked gorgeous in her new dress.

A. great
B. fantastic
C. silly
D. splendid

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Question 310

EMBEZZLE

A. Misappropriate
B. Balance
C. Remunerate
D. Clear

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Question 311

Synonym of GAMBIT

A. Expression
B. Trick
C. Explanation
D. Appeal

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Question 312

Synonym of REBATE

A. Commission
B. Interest
C. Discount
D. Gift

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Question 313

Synonym of SMEAR

A. Encourage
B. Quarrel
C. Avoid
D. Mark

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Question 314

The claims of students look hollow when they attribute their poor performance to difficulty of examination.

A. infer
B. impute
C. inhere
D. inundate

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Question 315

Synonym of ACOLYTE

A. Helper
B. Assistant
C. Inferior
D. Servant

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Question 316

Your present statement has allayed my fears.

A. relieved
B. obliterated
C. aroused
D. eradicated

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Question 317

Synonym of MAGNILOQUENT

A. Amusing
B. Boastful
C. Humorous
D. Tactful

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Question 318

PROHIBIT :

A. Prescribe
B. Forfeit
C. Forbid
D. Provide

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Question 319

He remonstrated with his father about his decision of donating the entire property to the society for te disabled.

A. agreed
B. pleased
C. protested
D. apologized

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Question 320

Synonym of APPURTENANCE

A. Belongings
B. Journey
C. Concept
D. Necessity

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Question 321

Synonym of REQUITE

A. Spare
B. Repay
C. Favour
D. Punish

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Question 322

The arguments of the lawyer of the accused were so persuasive that the judge aquitted him.

A. clever
B. logical
C. eloquent
D. convincing

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Question 323

Synonym of BAFFLE

A. Tease
B. Trick
C. Puzzle
D. Hoodwink

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Question 324

Synonym of INCENSED

A. Inspired
B. Encouraged
C. Incited
D. Affected

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Question 325

Synonym of DECIMATE

A. Disseminate
B. Dissipate
C. Disfigure
D. Destroy

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Question 326

Synonym of REFECTORY

A. Dining room
B. Parlour
C. Living room
D. Restaurant

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Question 327

Silence is mandatory for meditation to be effective.

A. compulsory
B. optional
C. voluntary
D. permissive

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Question 328

Synonym of EMULATE

A. Imitate
B. Enable
C. Likely
D. Win

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Question 329

The man vehemently denied all the charges of corruption that were levelled against him.

A. devoutly
B. hysterically
C. forcefully
D. serenely

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Question 330

The antidote to these problems is hard to find.

A. remedy
B. consequence
C. cause
D. result

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Question 331

Before my work on the writer appeared there were many vague ideas afloat about him.

A. circulating
B. prevalent
C. stagnant
D. primitive

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Question 332

Synonym of AUGUR

A. Heal
B. Hurt
C. Signify
D. Reform

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Question 333

Synonym of VIRILE

A. Boastful
B. Manly
C. Pompous
D. Athletic

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Question 334

Synonym of ANATHEMA

A. Religious
B. Pun
C. Musical
D. Curse

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Question 335

He couldn't comprehend the details of the document.

A. emphasise
B. grasp
C. condense
D. implement

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Question 336

Synonym of GOOEY

A. Evasive
B. Sentimental
C. Ideal
D. Realistic

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Question 337

After the dismal performance of the team in the series concluded yesterday, the captain offered his resignation to the president of the club.

A. poor
B. sorrowful
C. minimum
D. short

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Question 338

Dr.S.Radhakrishnan has written an erudite commentary on the Bhagwad Gita.

A. scholarly
B. inspiring
C. effective
D. perfect

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Question 339

Synonym of VINDICATE

A. Judge
B. Justify
C. Argue
D. Explain

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Question 340

Synonym of REITERATE

A. Reassess
B. Rewrite
C. Repeat
D. Stutter

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Question 341

Wisdom seems to have got lost in a welter of knowledge.

A. confusion
B. height
C. clarity
D. sacrifice

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Question 342

It is very difficult to retain all that you hear in the class.

A. keep
B. recall
C. preserve
D. conserve

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Question 343

Many cities were incinerated during the war.

A. destroyed
B. shaken
C. bombed
D. burnt

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Question 344

It is not for lay readers to evaluate a great poet.

A. learned
B. ordinary
C. idle
D. expert

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Question 345

PACIFY :

A. Gather
B. Allot
C. Calm
D. Remit

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Question 346

Synonym of SYCOPHANT

A. Suppliant
B. Follower
C. Flatterer
D. Admirer

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Question 347

His wife enjoined him to change his ways.

A. asked
B. pleaded
C. urged
D. threatened

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Question 348

Synonym of LANGUISH

A. Condemn
B. Condone
C. Console
D. Decline

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Question 349

Synonym of GRAPHIC

A. Squarish
B. Geometrical
C. Pictorial
D. Mathematical

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Question 350

Buoyed by these visions of the future of his son, the artist soldiered on.

A. persevere
B. stopped
C. struggled
D. fought

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Question 351

Every body laughed at the puerility of his statement

A. inaccuracy
B. childishness
C. insincerity
D. falsehood

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Question 352

Synonym of WHOLESOME

A. Special
B. Complete
C. Healthy
D. Handsome

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Question 353

Most of the politicians these days have a large number of toadies around them.

A. followers
B. professional
C. servants
D. sycophants

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Question 354

Synonym of HERETICAL

A. Fiery
B. Corrupt
C. Impious
D. Disputable

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Question 355

The tablet alleviated the pain, and the patient was soon feeling much better.

A. mitigated
B. moderated
C. removed
D. lightened

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Question 356

Synonym of SPECTATORS

A. Listeners
B. Audience
C. Onlookers
D. Participants

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Question 357

INDICT

A. Condemn
B. Reprimand
C. Accuse
D. Allege

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Question 358

In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word : AUGUST

A. Common
B. Ridiculous
C. Dignified
D. Petty

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Question 359

He is urbane in his manners.

A. urban
B. sensible
C. civil
D. sane

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Question 360

STRINGENT

A. Tense
B. Stringly
C. Strict
D. Shrink

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Question 361

Synonym of DEMISE

A. Decline
B. Decay
C. Dormant
D. End

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Question 362

Synonym of BEMOAN

A. Lament
B. Soothe
C. Denounce
D. Loathe

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Question 363

Synonym of BROOK

A. Indulge
B. Serve
C. Tolerate
D. Taste

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Question 364

Synonym of INTIMIDATE

A. Harass
B. Bluff
C. Frighten
D. Hint

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Question 365

he soldier displayed exceptional courage and saved Major from the enemy's hand.

A. avoidable
B. unusual
C. strange
D. abnormal

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Question 366

It is compulsory for all the students to join this tour.

A. regular
B. necessary
C. dutiful
D. obligatory

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Question 367

Synonym of LUGUBRIOUS

A. Consolatory
B. Deceitful
C. Sleek
D. Mournful

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Question 368

Synonym of PILFER

A. Destroy
B. Damage
C. Steal
D. Snatch

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Question 369

We did not expect such a judicious remark from him.

A. legal
B. shrewd
C. rational
D. sagacious

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Question 370

A feeling of brotherhood should be nurtured in the masses.

A. brought
B. raised
C. admired
D. encouraged

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Question 371

Synonym of WRATH

A. Jealousy
B. Hatred
C. Anger
D. Violence

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Question 372

ALTERCATION :

A. Choice
B. Charge
C. Heated dispute
D. Distribution

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Question 373

Synonym of REPURCUSSION

A. Remuneration
B. Consequence
C. Reaction
D. Recollection

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Question 374

The underworld still makes solid profit out of illicit liquor.

A. indigenous
B. illegitimate
C. illegal
D. country

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Question 375

Lack of occupation is not necessarily revealed by manifest idleness.

A. acquired
B. deflected
C. obvious
D. infected

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Question 376

Synonym of ASPERITY

A. Harshness
B. Hope
C. Slander
D. Trouble

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Question 377

The growth in agriculture has a very salutary effect because we also offer food aid to the less fortunate masses in Asia and Africa.

A. advantageous
B. bad
C. far-reaching
D. respectable

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Question 378

Synonym of PROEM

A. Proclamation
B. Narrative
C. Conclusion
D. Preface

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Question 379

Synonym of FEIGN

A. Pretend
B. Attend
C. Condemn
D. Condone

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Question 380

Synonym of GRAND

A. Noble
B. Aristocratic
C. Great
D. Splendid

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Question 381

He was wanted at the outset of his career.

A. end
B. beginning
C. middle
D. entrance

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Question 382

Synonym of ADVERSITY

A. Crisis
B. Misfortune
C. Failure
D. Helplessness

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Question 383

Synonym of PROSCRIBE

A. Recommend
B. Allow
C. Advance
D. Banish

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Question 384

Synonym of PROLIFERATE

A. Assist
B. Proclaim
C. Generate
D. Support

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Question 385

CANDID

A. Apparent
B. Explicit
C. Frank
D. Bright

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Question 386

Synonym of IMPETUOUS

A. Violent
B. Resourceful
C. Pleasing
D. Rash

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Question 387

Your explanation that your social commitments tie you down, does not convince me.

A. reduction
B. depletion
C. restrictions
D. obligations

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Question 388

Inspite of their efforts, the team of scientists could not make much headway to solve the problem.

A. results
B. start
C. efforts
D. progress

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Question 389

Synonym of JINGOISTIC

A. Victorious
B. Compromise
C. Cooperative
D. Dashing

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Question 390

Synonym of CONSOLE

A. Sympathise
B. Share
C. Pacify
D. Assist

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Question 391

The poem is written in a very lucid style.

A. intricate
B. noble
C. elaborate
D. clear

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Question 392

He listened to my request with indifference.

A. caution
B. displeasure
C. concern
D. disinterest

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Question 393

Synonym of FOSTER

A. Discourage
B. Fabricate
C. Foment
D. Nurture

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Question 394

We must eradicate corruption.

A. minimise
B. control
C. condemn
D. uproot

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Question 395

If you want the quality of your writings to improve, then avoid redundant words.

A. unwilling
B. mistaken
C. wrong
D. unnecessary

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Question 396

No civilised society can allow the subversion of its institutions by extremists.

A. domination
B. subservience
C. destruction
D. subordination

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Question 397

Synonym of QUIBBLE

A. Argue
B. Depress
C. Express
D. Quarrel

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Question 398

Synonym of ZANY

A. Magician
B. Pet
C. Thief
D. Clown

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Question 399

Synonym of IMBROGLIO

A. Callous
B. Coercion
C. Confusion
D. Compulsion

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Question 400

IMPROMPTU

A. Offhand
B. Unimportant
C. Unreal
D. Effective

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Question 401

ADMONISH

A. Punish
B. Curse
C. Dismiss
D. Reprimand

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Question 402

Synonym of EBULLIENT

A. Gilted
B. Enthusiastic
C. Luscious
D. Arrogant

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Question 403

Synonym of CELIBATE

A. Saint
B. Widower
C. Bachelor
D. Teetotaller

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Question 404

Synonym of SABULOUS

A. Splotched
B. Itching
C. Sandy
D. Furry

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Question 405

He decided to accost a big financier for his new scheme.

A. employ
B. consult
C. approach
D. deceive

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Question 406

I have worked in this organization for five years trying to check the erosion of ethical values.

A. decay
B. corrosion
C. misuse
D. expansion

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Question 407

Some of the Asian countries have been enmeshed in an inescapable debt trap.

A. entangled
B. struck
C. hit
D. arrested

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Question 408

TORTURE

A. Torment
B. Chastisement
C. Harassment
D. Terror

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Question 409

Synonym of SURFEIT

A. Satiate
B. Pass
C. Confiscate
D. Delegate

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Question 410

Synonym of TRADUCE

A. Harden
B. Force
C. Build
D. Betray

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Question 411

The American policy did much to escalate the conflict.

A. spread
B. develop
C. reduce
D. end

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Question 412

Many people feel queasy while travelling on a bus on hilly roads.

A. uneasy
B. mobile
C. drowsy
D. dynamic

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Question 413

Many species of animals have become extinct during the last hundred years.

A. aggressive
B. non-existent
C. scattered
D. feeble

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Question 414

Synonym of QUELL

A. Postpone
B. Avoid
C. Complain
D. Suppress

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Question 415

He has won great admiration amongst his students because of his verdant outlook.

A. wide
B. optimistic
C. fresh
D. logical

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Question 416

He gave me a detailed account of the meeting.

A. report
B. summary
C. explanation
D. precis

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Question 417

Synonym of RANCOUS

A. Noisy
B. Harmful
C. Pleasant
D. Harsh

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Question 418

Synonym of OBSCENE

A. Objectionable
B. Indecent
C. Displeasing
D. Condemn

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Question 419

Catching snakes can be hazardous for people untrained in the art.

A. tricky
B. harmful
C. difficult
D. dangerous

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Question 420

The workers struck work asking for interim relief.

A. immediate
B. extra
C. urgent
D. provisional

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Question 421

The kingdom suffered a constant threat from certain predatory tribes.

A. wild
B. violent
C. rebellious
D. plundering

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Question 422

ALERT

A. Energetic
B. Observant
C. Intelligent
D. Watchful

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Question 423

CANTANKEROUS

A. Quarrelsome
B. Rash
C. Disrespectful
D. Noisy

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Question 424

All incoming and outgoing mail is censored by the Government during the times of war.

A. distributed
B. confiscated
C. checked
D. supervised

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Question 425

Synonym of AID

A. Supervision
B. Co-operation
C. Assistance
D. Disease

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Question 426

Deepak has a penchant for fine poetry.

A. desire
B. bias
C. liking
D. training

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Question 427

War was not the only inevitable means to decide that dispute.

A. indefinite
B. imminent
C. unavoidable
D. improbable

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Question 428

CONTAIN :

A. Prevent
B. Limit
C. Hold
D. Express

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Question 429

ALACRITY :

A. Briskness
B. Fear
C. Frankness
D. Alarm

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Question 430

Synonym of YOB

A. Annoyed
B. Intelligent
C. Humble
D. Aggressive

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Question 431

Synonym of GAWK

A. Sweeten
B. Stare
C. Perspire
D. Swallow

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Question 432

Synonym of ERUDITE

A. Strong
B. Precious
C. Learned
D. Courteous

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Question 433

Synonym of STYMIE

A. Express
B. Hinder
C. Flourish
D. Stagnate

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Question 434

He gave such a vivid description of the house we wanted to rent that we did not have to look at it.

A. simple
B. detailed
C. clear
D. confused

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Question 435

DEBACLE

A. Collapse
B. Decline
C. Defeat
D. Disgrace

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Question 436

It was an ignominious defeat for the team.

A. shameful
B. unexpected
C. unaccountable
D. humiliating

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Question 437

Five year plans have been put into operation to mitigate the sufferings of the poor.

A. lessen
B. remove
C. reduce
D. cut

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Question 438

Synonym of NEPOTISM

A. Favouritism
B. Carelessness
C. Inefficiency
D. Corruption

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Question 439

Synonym of ADEPT

A. Intelligent
B. Sufficient
C. Proficient
D. Professional

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Question 440

He is being treated for his somnolence.

A. weakness
B. severe pain in the joints
C. intoxication
D. sleepiness

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Question 441

He has propensity for getting into debt.

A. characteristic
B. quality
C. tendency
D. aptitude

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Question 442

Synonym of RIVAL

A. Enemy
B. Claimant
C. Competitor
D. Partner

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Question 443

The one who is rich possesses many superfluous things.

A. needless
B. superior
C. essential
D. expensive

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Question 444

Defection is quite common in our present day political life.

A. desertion
B. disobedience
C. disloyalty
D. indiscipline

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Question 445

Synonym of MORBID

A. Diseased
B. Dying
C. Irritated
D. Angry

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Question 446

Synonym of JEREMIAD

A. Friction
B. Incident
C. Trouble
D. Accident

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Question 447

He has saved money because his wife is frugal.

A. strict
B. economic
C. economical
D. miserly

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Question 448

He did his job with scrupulous care.

A. exact
B. marvellous
C. great
D. attentive

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Question 449

Synonym of MORONIC

A. Sharp
B. Invective
C. Imbecile
D. Abusive

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Question 450

REPEAL

A. Sanction
B. Perpetuate
C. Pass
D. Cancel

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Question 451

Synonym of DEIFY

A. Face
B. Worship
C. Flatter
D. Challenge

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Question 452

Synonym of ABSTAIN

A. Resist
B. Refrain
C. Assist
D. Attain

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Question 453

If you don't care for the blemishes of his style, you will find that the writer has a powerful message to convey.

A. excellences
B. qualities
C. accusations
D. faults

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Question 454

The manager was not present at the inception of the programme.

A. beginning
B. conclusion
C. demonstration
D. rejection

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Question 455

Synonym of VINDICTIVE

A. Strategic
B. Triumphant
C. Revengeful
D. Demonstrative

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Question 456

Synonym of WHIMPER

A. Prevent
B. Cry
C. Instigate
D. Pacify

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Question 457

Synonym of ENTANGLE

A. Confuse
B. Trap
C. Perplex
D. Submerge

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Question 458

Synonym of DEFT

A. Skilful
B. Vigorous
C. Swift
D. Deceitful

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Question 459

ABUNDANT

A. Ripe
B. Cheap
C. Plenty
D. Absent

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Question 460

It took him a long time to come round after the operation.

A. recover
B. walk
C. move
D. eat

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Question 461

A conscientious worker is always admired by his employers.

A. obedient
B. sincere
C. skillful
D. careful

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Question 462

Synonym of CHARTER

A. Announcement
B. Article
C. Declaration
D. Document

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Question 463

Synonym of DESTITUTION

A. Beggary
B. Poverty
C. Humility
D. Moderation

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Question 464

GRATIFY

A. Appreciate
B. Frank
C. Indulge
D. Pacify

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Question 465

RECUPERATE :

A. Rehabilitate
B. Recover
C. Reimburse
D. Relocate

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Question 466

Synonym of PREDICT

A. Determine
B. Analyse
C. Foretell
D. Describe

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Question 467

AUGUST

A. Common
B. Ridiculous
C. Dignified
D. Petty

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Question 468

After his graduation, he had to pass through a period of privation.

A. hardship
B. uncertainty
C. prosperity
D. privacy

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Question 469

Synonym of HEGEMONY

A. Domination
B. Materialism
C. Subordination
D. Booty

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Question 470

TEPID

A. Hot
B. Warm
C. Cold
D. Boiling

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Question 471

Synonym of CAPITULATE

A. Surrender
B. Withdraw
C. Execute
D. Summarize

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Question 472

SHIVER

A. Feel
B. Rock
C. Tremble
D. Move

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Question 473

Synonym of PENCHANT

A. Like
B. Eagerness
C. Disability
D. Dislike

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Question 474

Synonym of MAUNDER

A. Warn
B. Capture
C. Concentrate
D. Wander

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Question 475

Vishal had got an indication from his friend about the changes in the export market.

A. feeling
B. hint
C. guess
D. signal

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Question 476

Synonym of TAINT

A. Soil
B. Stain
C. Dirty
D. Corrupt

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Question 477

Methods of spreading the family planning message have been as fecund as they have been abortive.

A. fruitful
B. failing
C. peculiar
D. FALSE

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Question 478

DEFER :

A. Indifferent
B. Defy
C. Differ
D. Postpone

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Question 479

MENDACIOUS

A. Full of Confidence
B. FALSE
C. Encouraging
D. Provocative

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Question 480

Synonym of APOLOGUE

A. Moral fable
B. After thought
C. Ancient legend
D. Explanation

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Question 481

It was his practice to go for a walk every morning.

A. convention
B. habit
C. fashion
D. rule

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Question 482

She would take a deep sigh and lapse into silence.

A. pass
B. revert
C. turn
D. get

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Question 483

Synonym of CANTANKEROUS

A. Disrespectful
B. Noisy
C. Quarrelsome
D. Rash

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Question 484

Different races follow different modes of living.

A. ways
B. standards
C. customs
D. attitudes

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Question 485

Synonym of ACCENTUATED

A. Projected
B. Exhibited
C. Sharpened
D. Mitigated

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Question 486

What India hankers for most at this moment is security and stability.

A. dreams
B. plans
C. desires
D. aims

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Question 487

It was incumbent on him to report the matter at once.

A. pointless
B. depending
C. compulsory
D. optional

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Question 488

War always has a baneful effect on the people of a nation.

A. unpleasant
B. foul
C. pernicious
D. harmful

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Question 489

BARE

A. Uncovered
B. Tolerate
C. Clear
D. Neat

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Question 490

Some army units were decimated during the surprise attack.

A. denounced
B. captured
C. defeated
D. destroyed

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Question 491

FRUGALITY

A. Foolishness
B. Extremity
C. Enthusiasm
D. Economical

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Question 492

Synonym of DOGMA

A. Possibility
B. Feeling
C. Tenet
D. Doubt

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Question 493

Ambition is subdued by poverty.

A. modified
B. challenged
C. sombre
D. diluted

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Question 494

Synonym of INSIDIOUS

A. Slow
B. Treacherous
C. Pessimistic
D. Unfortunate

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Question 495

Before finalising this transaction, I had to sign an indemnity bond.

A. compensation
B. security
C. partnership
D. reparation

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Question 496

My philosophy lecturer is unfailingly bombastic.

A. pompous
B. impressive
C. impressionistic
D. sensitive

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Question 497

Reading of poetry is not congenial to his taste.

A. suited
B. beneficial
C. helpful
D. undesirable

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Question 498

Synonym of CONTUMACY

A. Divorce
B. Relation
C. Resistance
D. Cooperation

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Question 499

Synonym of LETHAL

A. Dreary
B. Dreadful
C. Deadly
D. Strange

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Question 500

I wrote to him as lately as last week.

A. late
B. recently
C. early
D. immediately

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Question 501

GRAPHIC :

A. Moving
B. Timid
C. Obvious
D. Instructive

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Question 502

Synonym of BARBARIAN

A. Arrogant
B. Impolite
C. Uncivilised
D. Unkind

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Question 503

How beautiful! This is really something to ponder over.

A. sing
B. dance
C. think
D. wonder

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Question 504

Elsie is seventy years old and a fanatical gardener.

A. crazy
B. fantastic
C. enthusiastic
D. obsessed

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Question 505

After the acrimonious debate in the Lok Sabha, some memberas walked out.

A. bitter
B. lively
C. disgusting
D. short

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Question 506

Synonym of INDIGENOUS

A. Normal
B. Internal
C. Natural
D. Native

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Question 507

The eyewitness testimony was incontrovertible.

A. unquestionable
B. disputable
C. unacceptable
D. debatable

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Question 508

Synonym of ERRAND

A. Foolishness
B. Mission
C. Misadventure
D. Error

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Question 509

Synonym of REVISE

A. Edit
B. Alter
C. Correct
D. Reconsider

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Question 510

The newly found drug on the epidemic was not at all deleterious.

A. effective
B. intoxicating
C. noxious
D. successful

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Question 511

A rupture in the relationship of two brothers is quite apparent.

A. break
B. damage
C. breach
D. gap

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Question 512

Synonym of ELICIT

A. Induce
B. Extract
C. Divulge
D. Instil

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Question 513

Synonym of CRASS

A. Wicked
B. Zigzag
C. Spiritless
D. Insensitive

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Question 514

Synonym of MALIGN

A. Assign
B. Deviate
C. Depreciate
D. Harmful

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Question 515

The state finds itself in a bind in this matter as on many other issues.

A. conflict
B. nuisance
C. problem
D. depression

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Question 516

Synonym of REQUITE

A. Repay
B. Demand
C. Refuse
D. Requisition

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Question 517

Synonym of ACUITY

A. Sullen
B. Dullness
C. Sordid
D. Sharpness

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Question 518

Synonym of BATTLE

A. Check
B. Quibble
C. Quarrel
D. Fight

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Question 519

Synonym of INFERNAL

A. Exacting
B. Hateful
C. Devilish
D. Damaging

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Question 520

His impertinence and his salacious remarks spoke voliably of his degradation.

A. rude
B. indecent
C. distraught
D. poor

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Question 521

Synonym of UNTIE

A. Unfold
B. Unchain
C. Undo
D. Unhinge

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Question 522

Synonym of CONGREGATION

A. Combination
B. Avoid
C. Assembly
D. Collection

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Question 523

Synonym of ACCOST

A. Hesitate
B. Speculate
C. Insult
D. Address

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Question 524

GERMINATE :

A. Decay
B. Breed
C. Produce
D. Sprout

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Question 525

Synonym of CONVIVIAL

A. Jovial
B. Solitary
C. Aloof
D. Crowded

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Question 526

TIMID

A. Fast
B. Slow
C. Medium
D. Shy

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Question 527

Synonym of ETHNIC

A. Racial
B. Legal
C. Moral
D. Foreign

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Question 528

In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word : VENT

A. Opening
B. Stodge
C. End
D. Past tense of go

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Question 529

Synonym of JEOPARDY

A. Enmity
B. Danger
C. Adventure
D. Magic

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Question 530

STUMBLING BLOCK:

A. Argument
B. Frustration
C. Advantage
D. Hurdle

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Question 531

He is a candid politician.

A. frank
B. faithful
C. fearless
D. spoken

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Question 532

I had a terrible dream last night and I was very much scared.

A. frightened
B. excited
C. injured
D. unhappy

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Question 533

Synonym of DESULTORY

A. Obedient
B. Punctual
C. Regular
D. Aimless

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Question 534

ANNIHILATE :

A. Destroy
B. Entrain
C. Forward
D. testify

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Question 535

Synonym of ADAGE

A. Mystery
B. Request
C. Order
D. Proverb

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Question 536

I was shocked at his crass behaviour.

A. indifferent
B. rigid
C. stupid
D. difficult

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Question 537

Synonym of VILIFY

A. Desert
B. Deprive
C. Defame
D. Deceive

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Question 538

Synonym of ALERT

A. Smart
B. Active
C. Watchful
D. Live

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Question 539

Synonym of RECEPTIVE

A. Pretentious
B. Observant
C. Gracious
D. Generous

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Question 540

Synonym of TYRANNY

A. Misrule
B. Power
C. Madness
D. Cruelty

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Question 541

During his stay in Canada, he had quite a few frustrating experiences.

A. disappointing
B. enthusiasm
C. humiliating
D. repulsive

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Question 542

Synonym of CONTEMPLATIVE

A. Morbid
B. Serious
C. Calm
D. Thougtful

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Question 543

Synonym of RETRIEVE

A. Repeat
B. Repose
C. Retort
D. Recover

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Question 544

CORRESPONDENCE

A. Agreements
B. Contracts
C. Documents
D. Letters

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Question 545

Synonym of ENERVATE

A. Energise
B. Lure
C. Weaken
D. Calm

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Question 546

Despite his pompous style and gestures, the audience failed to evince any interest in his lecture.

A. display
B. hide
C. develop
D. take

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Question 547

Synonym of RANT

A. Treat
B. Noisy
C. Formalize
D. Praise

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Question 548

Synonym of EPISTLE

A. Practice
B. Sermon
C. Note
D. Letter

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Question 549

Synonym of PIVOTAL

A. Movable
B. Crucial
C. Internal
D. Mechanical

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Question 550

Synonym of MAIM

A. Disfigure
B. Slit
C. Severe
D. Slash

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Question 551

Synonym of RECTIFY

A. Connect
B. Mend
C. Resolve
D. Solve

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Question 552

Synonym of KITTY

A. Romantic
B. Cheap
C. Fund
D. Drowsy

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Question 553

Synonym of LASCIVIOUS

A. Lustful
B. Foul
C. Fragrant
D. Naughty

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Question 554

Synonym of VOGUE

A. Fashion
B. Rejection
C. Order
D. Satisfaction

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Question 555

Synonym of INDIGENCE

A. Poverty
B. Prosperity
C. Suffering
D. Scarcity

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Question 556

Even though Akshay does not study hard, he always comes first in his class.

A. scores
B. stands
C. arrives
D. completes

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Question 557

Synonym of ANIMOSITY

A. Vanity
B. Empathy
C. Indifference
D. Treason

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Question 558

FORAY

A. Maraud
B. Contest
C. Ranger
D. Intuition

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Question 559

Synonym of GRAPHIC

A. Vague
B. Distinct
C. Vivid
D. Conspicuous

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Question 560

Synonym of REGALE

A. Harass
B. Entertain
C. Express
D. Suppress

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Question 561

EXPONENT :

A. Meddler
B. Cancel
C. Advocate
D. Horrid

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Question 562

Synonym of ADMONITION

A. Warning
B. Pardon
C. Amazement
D. Award

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Question 563

Some of the Asian countries have been enmeshed in an inescapable debt trap.

A. entangled
B. hit
C. struck
D. ensured

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Question 564

Synonym of CANDID

A. Rude
B. Impertinent
C. Blunt
D. Frank

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Question 565

Drinking is a vice which ultimately ruins a person.

A. habit
B. crime
C. sin
D. evil

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Question 566

Some of the members of the Board indulged in highly scurrilous talk at the meeting.

A. irrelevant
B. superfluous
C. abusive
D. objectionable

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Question 567

Synonym of ICON

A. Monument
B. Memorial
C. Painting
D. Status

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Question 568

Synonym of RECOVER

A. Recoup
B. Revive
C. Heal
D. Return

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Question 569

The criterion of judgement would be fixed soon.

A. result
B. decision
C. standard
D. consideration

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Question 570

The soldier displayed exceptional courage and saved the Major from the enemy's hand.

A. new
B. strange
C. abnormal
D. unusual

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Question 571

"I have learnt a great deal working factories, and for a time I've never been a weaver. Here are my testimonials, Mr. Davis"

A. witnesses
B. testaments
C. tokens
D. credentials

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Question 572

Nowadays, pollution is rampant in all major urban centres.

A. fashionable
B. chronic
C. deep-rooted
D. widespread

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Question 573

Synonym of BAFFLE

A. Insult
B. Frustrate
C. Defame
D. Antagonise

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Question 574

Synonym of RILE

A. Drag
B. Agree
C. Please
D. Annoy

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Question 575

Synonym of SPECIOUS

A. Insincere
B. Sharp
C. Straight
D. Frank

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Question 576

Synonym of EROTIC

A. Sexual
B. Sensuous
C. Beautiful
D. Attractive

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Question 577

The drugs were innocuous and had no side effect.

A. effective
B. harmless
C. imported
D. discovered

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Question 578

Synonym of BAULK

A. Identify
B. Prevent
C. Encourage
D. Verify

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Question 579

Synonym of ENTICE

A. Tease
B. Tempt
C. Charm
D. Attract

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Question 580

He enjoyed the salubrious climate of the place.

A. cold
B. temperate
C. warm
D. healthful

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Question 581

The data compiled by the organisation was very useful.

A. analysed
B. enclosed
C. collected
D. published

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Question 582

He had a catastrophic defeat.

A. improbable
B. disastrous
C. revolutionary
D. pessimistic

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Question 583

Synonym of INFREQUENT

A. Never
B. Usual
C. Rare
D. Frequent

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Question 584

AWAKENED

A. Enlightened
B. Realised
C. Shook
D. Waken

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Question 585

Synonym of HOODWINK

A. Deceive
B. Stab
C. Prefer
D. Collide

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Question 586

VENT

A. Opening
B. Stodge
C. End
D. Past

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Question 587

Synonym of FIASCO

A. Hope
B. Failure
C. Success
D. Strength

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Question 588

Synonym of BENEVOLENT

A. Charitable
B. Sympathetic
C. Liberal
D. Beneficial

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Question 589

Synonym of CAVEAT

A. Dispute
B. Challenge
C. Advice
D. Warning

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Question 590

Synonym of PLACATE

A. Pity
B. Embroil
C. Appease
D. Amuse

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Question 591

CORPULENT

A. Lean
B. Gaunt
C. Emaciated
D. Obese

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Question 592

Synonym of LIMP

A. Kneel
B. Bend
C. Falter
D. Stoop

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Question 593

He was drawn to the vortex of politics at a very early age.

A. whirlpool
B. field
C. arena
D. hell

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Question 594

The purpose of his speech was to lampoon the leading politicians of the day.

A. praise
B. expose
C. ridicule
D. defame

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Question 595

He does not know how to husband his resources.

A. manage
B. govern
C. rule
D. watch

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Question 596

Synonym of PARVENU

A. Upstart
B. Privileged
C. Royal
D. Intelligent

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Question 597

Synonym of REDUNDANT

A. Rude
B. Brutish
C. Superfluous
D. Coarse

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Question 598

Synonym of RANGE

A. Level
B. Expanse
C. Grade
D. Standing

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Question 599

Synonym of CADGE

A. Beg
B. Hide
C. Bicker
D. Imprison

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Question 600

His visit to foreign countries brought about a sea change in his outlook and his attitude to the people.

A. favourable
B. transformation
C. unfavourable
D. partial

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Question 601

Synonym of NEMESIS

A. Victory
B. Adventure
C. Reward
D. Punishment

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Question 602

Some people enjoy hobnobbing with the rich and famous.

A. associating
B. chatting
C. conspiring
D. living

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Question 603

I am afraid I cannot relate the details now.

A. instruct
B. recount
C. recollect
D. tell

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Question 604

Synonym of GROGGY

A. Unsteady
B. Sensible
C. Sensitive
D. Pensive

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Question 605

An enquiry was ordered to ascertain the actual cause of the accident.

A. determine
B. investigate
C. discover
D. prove

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Question 606

Synonym of HANKER

A. Denounce
B. Debar
C. Renounce
D. Desire

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Question 607

Synonym of LAZE

A. Abdicate
B. Rest
C. Waste
D. Wander

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Question 608

Instead of being arraigned in public, the child should be quietly interviewed in public.

A. punished
B. openly
C. scolded
D. indict

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Question 609

Synonym of SCHISM

A. Split
B. Conspiracy
C. Revolt
D. Ritualism

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Question 610

His views on children and their upbringing are indeed outlandish.

A. realistic
B. funny
C. strange
D. offensive

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Question 611

Synonym of ABROGATION

A. Abridgement
B. Deprivation
C. Annulation
D. Dismissal

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Question 612

ASCEND

A. Leap
B. Grow
C. Deviate
D. Mount

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Question 613

People of different persuasions have met on the same platform.

A. personalities
B. tastes
C. qualifications
D. convictions

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Question 614

The terminus of his progress would be reached when he accomplishes that honour.

A. beginning
B. highest
C. terminal
D. result

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Question 615

Some people are extremely fastidious in their choice of dress.

A. pompous
B. fussy
C. discriminating
D. careless

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Question 616

Synonym of FLAK

A. Adventure
B. Advice
C. Criticism
D. Praise

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Question 617

Due to the long lapse of time, I could not recognise my old friend.

A. delay
B. passage
C. duration
D. movement

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Question 618

Synonym of APPLAUD

A. Flatter
B. Pray
C. Praise
D. Request

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Question 619

The collection of poems, in a slim volume, is gleaned from several anthologies of ancient Indian poetry.

A. gathered
B. extracted
C. compiled
D. copied

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Question 620

Synonym of PESTER

A. Console
B. Disturb
C. Gratify
D. Torture

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Question 621

Without science and the scientific spirit, we shall just drift along.

A. gently
B. wander
C. cautiously
D. peacefully

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Question 622

We cherish the tradition of bravery.

A. revive
B. learn
C. adore
D. imitate

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Question 623

Synonym of TEDIOUS

A. Tiresome
B. Painful
C. Troublesome
D. Lengthy

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Question 624

In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word : ADVERSITY

A. Failure
B. Helplessness
C. Misfortune
D. Crisis

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Question 625

Synonym of PREDICT

A. Explain
B. Foretell
C. Assert
D. Observe

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Question 626

Synonym of MYSTIQUE

A. Fame
B. Reputation
C. Admirable
D. Popularity

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Question 627

PIOUS

A. Pure
B. Pretentious
C. Clean
D. Devout

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Question 628

Synonym of EXPLICIT

A. Clear
B. Exciting
C. Precise
D. Refined

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Question 629

In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word : WARRIOR

A. Soldier
B. Sailor
C. Pirate
D. Spy

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Question 630

Synonym of ABBREVIATE

A. Shorten
B. Enlarge
C. Decrease
D. Change

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Question 631

PONDER

A. Think
B. Evaluate
C. Anticipate
D. Increase

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Question 632

Synonym of PREEN

A. Redeem
B. Groom
C. Ponder
D. Prick

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Question 633

Synonym of TEDIOUS

A. Painful
B. Troublesome
C. Lengthy
D. Tiresome

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Question 634

After the severe riots, the police continued the curfew lest there was no recrudescence of disorder.

A. recurrence
B. spread
C. exaggeration
D. aggravation

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Question 635

Synonym of LETHAL

A. Unlawful
B. Deadly
C. Sluggish
D. Smooth

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Question 636

Synonym of TUTELAGE

A. Perfection
B. Dejection
C. Rejection
D. Protection

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Question 637

Synonym of SCINTILLATING

A. Warming
B. Touching
C. Glittering
D. Smouldering

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Question 638

Slangs in a language are usually ephemeral in nature.

A. transient
B. customary
C. necessary
D. obvious

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Question 639

Sanjay is going to pay the bill for the repairs.

A. own
B. pay
C. bear
D. stand

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Question 640

The time I spent in the library was a most rewarding one.

A. profitable
B. paying
C. serviceable
D. precious

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Question 641

FOSTERING :

A. Safeguarding
B. Neglecting
C. Ignoring
D. Nurturing

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Question 642

Synonym of KNUCKLE

A. Resign
B. Surrender
C. Face
D. Struggle

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Question 643

BRIEF

A. Limited
B. Small
C. Little
D. Short

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Question 644

The school took us on a three days excursion to Goa.

A. trip
B. picnic
C. visit
D. tournament

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Question 645

It goes against my grain to be running around the courts for justice

A. character
B. eccentric
C. training
D. personality

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Question 646

Synonym of COMMISERATE

A. Sympathise
B. Placate
C. Commemorate
D. Consecrate

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Question 647

Synonym of HAGGLE

A. Postpone
B. Accept
C. Bargain
D. Reject

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Question 648

They were totally unaware of the impending disaster.

A. threatening
B. imminent
C. terrible
D. possible

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Question 649

The militant was nabbed at the airport.

A. caught
B. pursued
C. arrested
D. beaten

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Question 650

Synonym of DAUB

A. Publish
B. Advertise
C. Paint
D. Propagate

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Question 651

Synonym of DEMIT

A. Promote
B. Judge
C. Appoint
D. Resign

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Question 652

Synonym of ENGENDER

A. Confound
B. Suffer
C. Sacrifice
D. Beget

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Question 653

Synonym of MOROSE

A. Gloomy
B. Stupid
C. Serious
D. Stern

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Question 654

I wrote to him as lately as last week.

A. immediately
B. early
C. recently
D. late

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Question 655

The boy was fired for continually coming late to school.

A. beaten
B. scold
C. abused
D. dismissed

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Question 656

Synonym of CONSEQUENCE

A. Manner
B. Result
C. Cause
D. Order

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Question 657

Synonym of CIVIL

A. Sophisticated
B. Social
C. Formal
D. Polite

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Question 658

After a dynamic speech by the Prime Minister, one often hears repercussions abroad.

A. recriminations
B. far-reaching
C. consequence
D. gesticulations

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Question 659

Synonym of RESTORATION

A. Renovation
B. Renewal
C. Reinstatement
D. Recreation

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Question 660

Synonym of HOODLUM

A. Pioneer
B. Criminal
C. Devotee
D. Scholar

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Question 661

STERILE :

A. Dry
B. Barren
C. Childless
D. None of these

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Question 662

His unscrupulous act would only tantamount to ravage and destruction.

A. cause
B. result
C. equal
D. repetitious

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Question 663

Synonym of GRUBBY

A. Wet
B. Muddy
C. New
D. Unwashed

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Question 664

Synonym of POW-WOW

A. Gossip
B. Meeting
C. Elite
D. Discussion

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Question 665

Traffic being what it is, it is lamentable that our roads are unable to take the load.

A. unpardonable
B. deplorable
C. inexcusable
D. terrible

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Question 666

Synonym of PIQUE

A. Subdue
B. Irritate
C. Repent
D. Request

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Question 667

Synonym of LUDICROUS

A. Absurd
B. Clear
C. Simple
D. Dismal

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Question 668

The District Collector made it clear that the Government cannot sustain for long the support for such schemes.

A. pay
B. succeed
C. manage
D. continue

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Question 669

Synonym of REBATE

A. Loss
B. Refund
C. Compensation
D. Discount

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Question 670

The teacher felt that the student lacked discrimination in the study of his data.

A. imagination
B. taste
C. objectivity
D. discernment

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Question 671

He was ingenious enough to know how to get out of the clutches of law.

A. clever
B. intelligent
C. alert
D. cunning

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Question 672

Synonym of MORDANT

A. Mild
B. Sarcastic
C. Festering
D. Depressed

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Question 673

The Border Security Force intercepted yesterday a truck carrying arms and ammunition.

A. found
B. stopped
C. met
D. interrupted

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Question 674

Synonym of ECHELON

A. Rank
B. Opponent
C. Follower
D. Identity

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Question 675

The agility of the body of the athlete was very much appreciated by the spectators.

A. briskness
B. suppleness
C. alertness
D. sprightliness

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Question 676

Synonym of DOWDY

A. Unstylish
B. Elegant
C. Rakish
D. Corpulent

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Question 677

The angry villagers have lynched two suspected child-lifters already.

A. beaten
B. captured
C. killed
D. mutilated

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Question 678

SHOWY :

A. Rowdy
B. Hungry
C. Greedy
D. Gaudy

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Question 679

Most of the staff is restive under the new manager's rule.

A. relaxed
B. friendly
C. uneasy
D. obstinate

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Question 680

Synonym of INSOLENT

A. Nervous
B. Rude
C. Proud
D. Assertive

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Question 681

Synonym of ABOMINATION

A. Revulsion
B. Disgust
C. Criticism
D. Attack

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Question 682

Synonym of GRAVE

A. Formidable
B. Bitter
C. Pregnant
D. Solemn

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Question 683

Those who man government-run shops also have their palm greased.

A. control
B. operate
C. administer
D. rule

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Question 684

Because of a family feud, he never spoke to his wife's parents.

A. problem
B. quarrel
C. crisis
D. trouble

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Question 685

Synonym of EPHEMERAL

A. Unreal
B. Mythical
C. Short-lived
D. Artificial

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Question 686

In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word : CORPULENT

A. Lean
B. Gaunt
C. Emaciated
D. Obese

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Question 687

Synonym of ANNEAL

A. Commence
B. Forget
C. Patch
D. Temper

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Question 688

Synonym of SURREPTITIOUS

A. Mysterious
B. Abstract
C. Open
D. Secret

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Question 689

He was warned at the outset of his career.

A. end
B. beginning
C. middle
D. entrance

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Question 690

The police arrested the thief but his accomplice escaped.

A. friend
B. colleague
C. companion
D. partner

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Question 691

He failed to savvy the full implications of the agreement that he had signed.

A. remember
B. memorise
C. understand
D. taste

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Question 692

Synonym of FOMENT

A. Incite
B. Restrict
C. Rectify
D. Pacify

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Question 693

They venerated the old teacher.

A. humiliated
B. teased
C. respected
D. let go

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Question 694

Synonym of OSTRACIZE

A. Exclude
B. Expedite
C. Welcome
D. Include

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Question 695

INFREQUENT

A. Never
B. Usual
C. Rare
D. Sometimes

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Question 696

Synonym of APPORTIONMENT

A. Allotment
B. Bestowal
C. Delivery
D. Presentation

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Question 697

Synonym of RECALL

A. Speak
B. Receive
C. Face
D. Remember

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Question 698

Synonym of PRESSED

A. Stressed
B. Urged
C. Demanded
D. Emphasised

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Question 699

She leaned back, feeling enervated.

A. disheartened
B. confused
C. saddened
D. weakened

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Question 700

Synonym of REPRISAL

A. Appreciation
B. Retaliation
C. Assessment
D. Compensation

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Question 701

Synonym of SANGUINE

A. Clever
B. Proud
C. Hopeful
D. Modest

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Question 702

The small boy was able to give a graphic description of the thief.

A. picture
B. drawing
C. vivid
D. broad

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Question 703

He could not suppress his resentment against that decision.

A. excitement
B. contentment
C. displeasure
D. happiness

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Question 704

The notice said that the meeting would begin precisely at 9.30 AM.

A. approximately
B. exactly
C. inaccurately
D. concisely

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Question 705

AUGURY:

A. Prophecy
B. Astronomy
C. Intention
D. Future

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Question 706

FURORE

A. Excitement
B. Worry
C. Flux
D. Anteroom

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Question 707

We don't know how we are to recompense you for the trouble you have taken.

A. reward
B. help
C. praise
D. thank

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Question 708

When he returned he was accompanied by a sprightly young girl.

A. sportive
B. intelligent
C. lively
D. beautiful

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Question 709

Synonym of VENT

A. Stodge
B. Opening
C. End
D. Go

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Question 710

The problem is tedious to tackle.

A. easy
B. difficult
C. tiring
D. troublesome

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Question 711

All his friends marvelled at his power of ratiocination.

A. ruminating
B. speculation
C. imagination
D. reasoning

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Question 712

Synonym of FANCIFUL

A. Unreal
B. Faithful
C. Glorious
D. Eccentric

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Question 713

CANCEL:

A. Abolish
B. Approve
C. Allow
D. Break

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Question 714

Too many drugs are apt to cause distress.

A. happiness
B. depression
C. suffering
D. melancholy

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Question 715

The bullet wound proved to be fatal and the soldier died immediately.

A. grievous
B. dangerous
C. serious
D. deadly

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Question 716

Synonym of ENNUI

A. Weariness
B. Conviction
C. Comedy
D. Expulsion

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Question 717

Synonym of UMBRAGE

A. Sensitive
B. Shabbiness
C. Premature
D. Resentment

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Question 718

There has been considerable furore both within Parliament and without about the proposed hike in tele-communication tariff.

A. opposition
B. criticism
C. uproar
D. disagreement

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Question 719

Synonym of INEVITABLE

A. Unavoidable
B. Probable
C. Expected
D. Fixed

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Question 720

He is deluding himself with false hopes.

A. satisfying
B. entertaining
C. misleading
D. assuring

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Question 721

His lascivious habits brought him nothing but bad name.

A. treacherous
B. erotic
C. lustful
D. vicious

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Question 722

That young is quite sanguine about the result of his competitive examination.

A. depressed
B. pessimistic
C. anxious
D. optimistic

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Question 723

Seeing the room in a disorderly state, Ravi concluded that someone had ransacked the place.

A. upset
B. destroyed
C. searched
D. attacked

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Question 724

Synonym of PANDER

A. Indulge
B. With-hold
C. Recommend
D. Withdraw

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Question 725

The slump in business made Ratanlal bankrupt.

A. loss
B. extortion
C. fall
D. failure

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Question 726

The invasion force had no artillery and was completely annihilated.

A. dismembered
B. reduced
C. destroyed
D. split

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Question 727

Synonym of HANDSOME

A. Noble
B. Gentle
C. Good-looking
D. Polite

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Question 728

Synonym of SEVERE

A. Rigid
B. Aggressive
C. Offensive
D. Sickening

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Question 729

Synonym of BOUNTY

A. Donation
B. Gift
C. Pleasure
D. Reward

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Question 730

Synonym of REIN

A. Overcome
B. Fling
C. Control
D. Pour

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Question 731

The medicine was aperient.

A. bitter
B. sweet
C. giddy
D. laxative

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Question 732

FOMENT :

A. Extirpate
B. Provoke
C. Isolation
D. Abrasion

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Question 733

The invasion force had no artillery and was completely annihilated.

A. reduced
B. destroyed
C. dismembered
D. split

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Question 734

Synonym of TENEBROUS

A. Obstinate
B. Gloomy
C. Fragile
D. Overhanging

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Question 735

Synonym of KOWTOW

A. Respect
B. Illuminate
C. Practise
D. Blockhead

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Question 736

Synonym of LIABILITY

A. Debt
B. Debit
C. Asset
D. Credit

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Question 737

We should abstain from casting aspersions on the character of our colleagues.

A. cracking
B. slanderous
C. critical
D. throw

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Question 738

Synonym of REPLENISH

A. Fill
B. Supply
C. Provide
D. Restore

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Question 739

Synonym of RECIPROCATE

A. Grant
B. Requite
C. Receive
D. Deliver

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Question 740

Synonym of ADMIT

A. Decide
B. Realise
C. Accept
D. Commit

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Question 741

Synonym of ELUDE

A. Confuse
B. Dodge
C. Despair
D. Mislead

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Question 742

Those who aquire quick money are impatient to flaunt their wealth and material possessions.

A. waste
B. squander
C. hide
D. ostentatious

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Question 743

In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word : EMBEZZLE

A. Misappropriate
B. Balance
C. Remunerate
D. Clear

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Question 744

Synonym of EMPIRICAL

A. Spiritual
B. Royal
C. Practical
D. Theoretical

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Question 745

ABSTRUSE:

A. Awful
B. Irrelevant
C. Shallow
D. Profound

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Question 746

Synonym of VEER

A. Shift
B. Dominate
C. Delegate
D. Concentrate

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Question 747

There is no efficacious remedy to unemployment problem in a country which has no ideological convictions.

A. suitable
B. possible
C. effective
D. proper

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Question 748

CEASE:

A. Begin
B. Stop
C. Create
D. Dull

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Question 749

Synonym of NIMBLE

A. Agile
B. Clean
C. Soft
D. Delicate

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Question 750

Synonym of MOROSE

A. Gloomy
B. Diseased
C. Calm
D. Disappointed

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Question 751

UNITE

A. Unfold
B. Unchain
C. Combine
D. Unhinge

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Question 752

Synonym of MAGNANIMOUS

A. Splendid
B. Marvellous
C. Gentle
D. Benevolent

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Question 753

Synonym of CELERITY

A. Insincerity
B. Quickness
C. Illusion
D. Innocence

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Question 754

Synonym of KIBITZ

A. Evade
B. Befriend
C. Avoid
D. Interfere

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Question 755

Synonym of PREROGATIVE

A. Privilege
B. Request
C. Desire
D. Command

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Question 756

The king's palace was really a magnificent one.

A. popular
B. splendid
C. decorative
D. illuminated

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Question 757

He is considered by every one as a man of integrity.

A. power
B. character
C. wealth
D. influence

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Question 758

The inspector was a vigilant young man.

A. smart
B. watchful
C. ambitious
D. intelligent

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Question 759

Synonym of QUIP

A. Comment
B. Injury
C. Blow
D. Joke

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Question 760

Synonym of PARAMOUR

A. Lover
B. Companion
C. Friend
D. Rival

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Question 761

He was the only reckless worker in the entire staff.

A. bold
B. rash
C. courageous
D. daring

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Question 762

Weird noises came from the haunted houses.

A. beastly
B. unpleasant
C. frightening
D. unnatural

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Question 763

Synonym of MEDIOCRE

A. Mild
B. Indifferent
C. Stupid
D. Average

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Question 764

A bone got stuck in his gullet.

A. stomach
B. molars
C. chest
D. throat

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Question 765

Synonym of BOWDLERISE

A. Dictate
B. Persuade
C. Confuse
D. Censor

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Question 766

MASSACRE

A. Murder
B. Stab
C. Assassinate
D. Slaughter

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Question 767

Synonym of ACRID

A. Dirty
B. Filthy
C. Unripe
D. Bitter

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Question 768

The defendant was grateful for the judge's clemency.

A. patience
B. mercy
C. relaxed attitude
D. politeness

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Question 769

Synonym of BELITTLE

A. Diminish
B. Mock
C. Disparage
D. Scoff

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Question 770

Synonym of DEFUNCT

A. Active
B. Clever
C. Alive
D. Extinct

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Question 771

When he returned he was accompanied by a sprightly young girl.

A. beautiful
B. lively
C. intelligent
D. sportive

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Question 772

A rupture in the relationship of the two brothers is quite apparent.

A. gap
B. damage
C. break
D. breach

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Question 773

Synonym of ADMIT

A. Adjourn
B. Confess
C. Relate
D. Commit

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Question 774

Synonym of DILIGENT

A. Industrious
B. Intelligent
C. Modest
D. Energetic

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Question 775

Synonym of TARNISH

A. Ornate
B. Blemish
C. Destroy
D. Scrub

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Question 776

Synonym of DOLEFUL

A. Colourful
B. Jovial
C. Bright
D. Mournful

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Question 777

He was not able to unearth his secret to the last.

A. suppress
B. discover
C. disclose
D. decode

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Question 778

Synonym of BANDIT

A. Convict
B. Robber
C. Thief
D. Cut-throat

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Question 779

Synonym of PLUSH

A. Comforting
B. Tasty
C. Luxurious
D. Delicious

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Question 780

Synonym of EFFETE

A. Affected
B. Injured
C. Feeble
D. Sick

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Question 781

The great dancer impressed the appreciative crowd by his nimble movements.

A. Unrhythmic
B. lively
C. quickening
D. clear

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Question 782

A factory manufacturing illicit liquor was unearthed by the police yesterday.

A. poisonous
B. unlawful
C. intoxicating
D. cheap

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Question 783

Synonym of INSPIRE

A. Compel
B. Persuade
C. Infuse
D. Encourage

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Question 784

Synonym of HOARD

A. Destroy
B. Hide
C. Store
D. Divide

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Question 785

Synonym of RENEGADE

A. Rebel
B. Substitute
C. Informer
D. Reformer

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Question 786

The two brothers should not vie with each other but work in co-operation.

A. fight
B. conspire
C. compete
D. envy

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Question 787

Synonym of OGLE

A. Complain
B. Mix
C. Separate
D. Stare

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Question 788

The country has a potential to exploit more mineral resources.

A. fortune
B. possibility
C. capacity
D. luck

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Question 789

In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word : LAMENT

A. Complain
B. Comment
C. Condone
D. Console

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Question 790

The courage shown by the soldiers at this moment of crisis is exemplary.

A. suitable
B. clear
C. elementary
D. admirable

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Question 791

Synonym of BAWDY

A. Crude
B. Vulgar
C. Proud
D. Arrogant

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Question 792

Synonym of RAKISH

A. Frivolous
B. Dashing
C. Aggressive
D. Childish

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Question 793

You should have watched that glint in her eyes when speaking of her husband.

A. disgust
B. sparkle
C. anger
D. sadness

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Question 794

Synonym of FADE

A. Suffer
B. Fall
C. Wither
D. Lose

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Question 795

Synonym of MORIBUND

A. Stagnant
B. Gloomy
C. Dying
D. Superfluous

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Question 796

Choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word. Word : HESITATED

A. Stopped
B. Paused
C. Slowed
D. Postponed

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Question 797

His visit to foreign countries brought about a sea-change in his outlook and his attitude to people.

A. complete change
B. partial change
C. favourable change
D. unfavourable change

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Question 798

The man succumbed to his injuries the day following the day of accident.

A. surrendered
B. yielded
C. fell down
D. died

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Question 799

ATTEMPT

A. Serve
B. Explore
C. Try
D. Explain

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Question 800

She is really a fantastic girl.

A. wonderful
B. charming
C. beautiful
D. intelligent

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Question 801

Incensed by his rude behaviour, the manager suspended the worker.

A. enthused
B. enraged
C. inflamed
D. excited

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Question 802

Synonym of ABSTEMIOUS

A. Moderate
B. Proud
C. Excessive
D. Rustic

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Question 803

The people attending the carnival looked gay and happy.

A. occasion
B. fair
C. function
D. revelry

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Question 804

Synonym of EFFACE

A. Wipe out
B. Weaken
C. Insult
D. Repair

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Question 805

Synonym of LIBERAL

A. Progressive
B. Tolerant
C. Generous
D. Educated

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Question 806

Synonym of MAGNANIMOUS

A. Loyal
B. Generous
C. Mean
D. Loving

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Question 807

Synonym of TERMINATE

A. Suspend
B. Dismiss
C. End
D. Interrupt

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Question 808

The prince fell in love with a comely young maiden.

A. delightful
B. pretty
C. homely
D. elegant

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Question 809

It is a scandal that the murderer was declared innocent.

A. silly notion
B. talk
C. rumour
D. misconduct

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Question 810

Synonym of FICKLE

A. Constant
B. Nervous
C. Changeable
D. Poor

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Question 811

Synonym of OBEISANCE

A. Insult
B. Obedience
C. Indifference
D. Disrespect

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Question 812

FIDELITY :

A. Faithfulness
B. Resourcefulness
C. Strength
D. Weakness

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Question 813

Synonym of STERNUTATION

A. Sneezing
B. Trepidation
C. Reversal
D. Hardening

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Question 814

The guests were offended by his uncouth manners.

A. wasteful
B. dirty
C. undesirable
D. ungracious

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Question 815

Synonym of AMALGAMATE

A. Try
B. Collect
C. Mix
D. Hate

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Question 816

The new government decided to rescind most of the decisions of its predecessor.

A. rectify
B. modify
C. revoke
D. reconsider

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Question 817

Synonym of MUTATION

A. Variation
B. Display
C. Severance
D. Silence

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Question 818

HARBINGER

A. Messenger
B. Steward
C. Forerunner
D. Pilot

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Question 819

His conjecture was better than mine.

A. guess
B. knowledge
C. intuition
D. experience

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Question 820

Synonym of HIATUS

A. Gap
B. Contempt
C. Tight
D. Narrow

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Question 821

Synonym of SUSTAIN

A. Support
B. Revive
C. Believe
D. Allow

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Question 822

TURN :

A. Shift
B. Curve
C. Move
D. Rotate

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Question 823

FICTION :

A. Imaginary
B. Tamed
C. Novel
D. Wildness

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Question 824

He was punished to rigorous imprisonment for larceny.

A. murder
B. forgery
C. stealing
D. dacoity

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Question 825

Grandfather has been getting feeble of late.

A. tall
B. weak
C. diseased
D. small

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Question 826

The art movie I watched this evening has put me in a pensive mood.

A. cheerful
B. reflective
C. confused
D. depressed

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Question 827

Lack of occupation is not necessary revealed by manifest idleness.

A. easily perceived
B. easily acquired
C. easily infected
D. easily deflected

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Question 828

Synonym of SPITE

A. Concern
B. Admiration
C. Malice
D. Indifference

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Question 829

ABJECT

A. Challenge
B. Miserable
C. Deny
D. Disobey

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Question 830

People refuse to pay obeisance to people whom they do not accept as their leaders.

A. attention
B. respect
C. obedience
D. command

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Question 831

Synonym of ABASH

A. Refuse
B. Amaze
C. Embarrass
D. Squash

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Question 832

Synonym of HEDGE

A. Curse
B. Injure
C. Safeguard
D. Harm

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Question 833

The President of the party deprecated the move of the Government to introduce electoral reforms in a haste.

A. extricated
B. humiliated
C. denied
D. protested

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Question 834

Synonym of IMPROVEMENT

A. Promotion
B. Advancement
C. Betterment
D. Preference

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Question 835

Synonym of IMPASSE

A. Stalemate
B. Impossibility
C. Difficulty
D. Confrontation

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Question 836

Synonym of COTERIE

A. Mob
B. Group
C. Family
D. Institution

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Question 837

The most common type of colour blindness involves inability to tell red from green.

A. prove
B. detect
C. distinguish
D. extract

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Question 838

Synonym of LISSOME

A. Deceptive
B. Dull
C. Graceful
D. Slow

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Question 839

WARRIOR

A. Soldier
B. Sailor
C. Pirate
D. Spy

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Question 840

The attitude of Western countries towards the Third World Countries is rather callous to say the least.

A. passive
B. unkind
C. cursed
D. unfeeling

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Question 841

Synonym of UNDULATE

A. Retard
B. Decrease
C. Wave
D. Flood

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Question 842

Synonym of GORGEOUS

A. Refined
B. Tasteful
C. Elegant
D. Dazzling

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Question 843

Many of his aquaintances avoid him because he is so garrulous.

A. proud
B. unreasonable
C. talkative
D. quarrelsome

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Question 844

Manish neglected to remit the fees in time and therefore had to pay a fine.

A. refused
B. failed
C. promised
D. obstructed

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Question 845

The artists worked with tremendous felicity in expressive poetic language.

A. zeal
B. excitement
C. happiness
D. expertise

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Question 846

His trite remarks failed to cut any ice with the audience.

A. illogical
B. hackneyed
C. bitter
D. sharp

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Question 847

The Director leaves on Tuesday on tour of the overseas branches of the company.

A. round
B. private
C. journey
D. personal

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Question 848

Synonym of ADJURE

A. Provoke
B. Adjust
C. Entreat
D. Enjoy

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Question 849

Synonym of JAUNTY

A. Readiness
B. Hesitation
C. Reluctance
D. Cheerfulness

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Question 850

"I have learnt a great deal working in factories, and for a time I've been a weaver. Here are my testimonials, Mr. Davis."

A. credentials
B. tokens
C. testaments
D. witnesses

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Question 851

We walked down a precipitous slope.

A. precarious
B. steep
C. precise
D. gradual

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Question 852

Forgetting their old enmity, they joined hands with a spirit of camaraderie.

A. animosity
B. love
C. friendliness
D. trust

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Question 853

During negotiations, the Managing director remained obdurate.

A. adamant
B. tough
C. co-operative
D. flexible

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Question 854

The incident was a grim reflection of the bizarre things that go on in the village.

A. summary
B. picture
C. comment
D. portrait

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Question 855

Synonym of SUMPTUOUS

A. Lavish
B. Fancy
C. Meagre
D. Irritable

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Question 856

Synonym of INTERNECINE

A. Deadly
B. Foolhardy
C. Stealthy
D. International

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Question 857

Pakistan has been vigorously pursuing a clandestine nuclear weapons programme.

A. nefarious
B. progressive
C. systematic
D. secretive

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Question 858

Synonym of MUFFLE

A. Wrap
B. Unwrap
C. Hasten
D. Disturb

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Question 859

The general policies will relieve the sufferings of the common man.

A. alleviate
B. aggravate
C. moderate
D. abate

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Question 860

Synonym of CONFIDENTIAL

A. Hidden
B. Private
C. Trusted
D. Secret

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Question 861

MOROSE

A. Annoyed
B. Gloomy
C. Moody
D. Displeased

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Question 862

There must be lively discussion of Indian authors if we are to foster our national literature.

A. promote
B. cherish
C. nourish
D. nurture

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Question 863

PROPEL:

A. Drive
B. Jettison
C. Burst
D. Acclimatize

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Question 864

Synonym of PARADIGM

A. Theme
B. Example
C. Proof
D. Subject

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Question 865

You will have to arrange for a provisional licence.

A. transient
B. restricted
C. routine
D. temporary

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Question 866

His speech was full of affectation.

A. boasting
B. pretence
C. pedantry
D. euphemism

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Question 867

Ramnath is such a sham that it is difficult to get along with him.

A. pretender
B. unnatural
C. blunt
D. farcical

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Question 868

FORTITUDE :

A. Similarity
B. Courage
C. Protection
D. Safety

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Question 869

Synonym of OVERSTRUNG

A. Concerned
B. Active
C. Sensitive
D. Energetic

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Question 870

Synonym of NUGATORY

A. Worthless
B. Cheerful
C. Negative
D. Migratory

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Question 871

Synonym of WRY

A. Twisted
B. Undeserved
C. Sad
D. Smiling

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Question 872

Some people just cannot compromise where truth is concerned.

A. adjust
B. intransigence
C. yield
D. conciliate

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Question 873

Everyone was listening to the news of earthquake with mounting anxiety.

A. interest
B. eagerness
C. uneasiness
D. grief

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Question 874

RESTRAINT

A. Hindrance
B. Repression
C. Obstacle
D. Restriction

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Question 875

Synonym of GERMANE

A. Cruel
B. Relevant
C. Obstinate
D. Smart

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Question 876

Synonym of BRASH

A. Invective
B. Rude
C. Abusive
D. Superficial

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Question 877

The accident occurred due to his lapse.

A. haste
B. error
C. ignorance
D. carelessness

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Question 878

The isolated and dilapidated palace has become a rendezvous for the unsocial elements.

A. resort
B. hiding
C. public
D. meeting

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Question 879

Synonym of FRAGMENT

A. Dissection
B. Cut
C. Crumble
D. Scrap

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Question 880

Synonym of OBLIGATORY

A. Useful
B. Required
C. Stubborn
D. Agreeable

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Question 881

Synonym of FIDDLE

A. Examine
B. Trifle
C. Discard
D. Frown

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Question 882

Synonym of MASTICATE

A. Devour
B. Drink
C. Chew
D. Swallow

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Question 883

The wail of the call to prayer floated over the darkened streets.

A. jumped
B. leap
C. hovered
D. soaked

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Question 884

Synonym of DELIRIOUS

A. Content
B. Happy
C. Insane
D. Amused

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Question 885

He was punished for shirking his official work.

A. slowing
B. postponing
C. avoiding
D. delegating

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Question 886

When youngsters do not have good role-model to emulate they start searching for them amongst Sportsmen of Filmstars.

A. imitate
B. modify
C. mollify
D. inhabit

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Question 887

He is known for his compliant nature.

A. livid
B. complaining
C. adamant
D. yielding

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Question 888

FEEBLE

A. Weak
B. Vain
C. Arrogant
D. Sick

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Question 889

Synonym of DENOUNCE

A. Lower
B. Influence
C. Sincere
D. Condemn

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Question 890

Synonym of HARBINGER

A. Pilot
B. Forerunner
C. Steward
D. Messenger

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Question 891

Synonym of INANITION

A. Silliness
B. Passivity
C. Emptiness
D. Strictness

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Question 892

Synonym of UBIQUITOUS

A. Inseparable
B. Crowded
C. Solitary
D. Defensive

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Question 893

Synonym of EXORCISE

A. Expel
B. Expose
C. Explain
D. Mock

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Question 894

The value of some shares has appreciated considerably after the last budget.

A. changed
B. increased
C. decreased
D. crashed

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Question 895

It is difficult to authenticate these old manuscripts.

A. illustrate
B. edit properly
C. elucidate
D. establish the genuineness of

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Question 896

Many people buy charms and talismans because they think they will bring them luck.

A. amulets
B. tokens
C. cards
D. stones

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Question 897

The boy gave a vivid description of all that happened.

A. brilliant
B. fresh
C. explanatory
D. picturesque

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Question 898

Synonym of LANGUOR

A. Excitement
B. Irritation
C. Weariness
D. Agitation

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Question 899

Seeds need sufficient water and air to germinate.

A. grow
B. reproduce
C. breed
D. sprout

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Question 900

Synonym of INTREPID

A. Coward
B. Fearless
C. Selfish
D. Ugly

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Question 901

Synonym of ABSCOND

A. Turn
B. Flee
C. Manage
D. Avoid

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Question 902

Synonym of COUNTERVAIL

A. Recreate
B. Demolish
C. Equalise
D. Contradict

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Question 903

Tired and weary he returned home late that night.

A. exhausted
B. frustrated
C. lithe
D. emancipated

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Question 904

The pioneers left a blazing trial of courage, manliness and chivalry.

A. inventors
B. explorers
C. colonialist
D. settlers

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Question 905

Synonym of FEROCIOUS

A. Predatory
B. Fertile
C. Overpowering
D. Fierce

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Question 906

CATER :

A. Advance
B. Develop
C. Provide
D. Discover

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Question 907

VORACIOUS

A. Wild
B. Greedy
C. Angry
D. Quick

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Question 908

Synonym of ACERB

A. Unwilling
B. Harsh
C. Dangerous
D. Foreign

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Question 909

Incensed by his rude behaviour, the manager suspended the worker.

A. excited
B. inflamed
C. enraged
D. enthused

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Question 910

Synonym of RESTITUTE

A. Help
B. Avenge
C. Revenge
D. Repair

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Question 911

Synonym of LURID

A. Happy
B. Abundant
C. Bright
D. Shocking

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Question 912

SHALLOW

A. Artificial
B. Superficial
C. Foolish
D. Worthless

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Question 913

Synonym of TRUNCATE

A. Cancel
B. Act
C. Cut
D. End

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Question 914

Science has revealed the mysteries of nature to man.

A. released
B. disclosed
C. opened
D. cleared

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Question 915

The tinned food that we bought in the way was all contaminated and spoiled.

A. Polluted
B. rotten
C. adulterated
D. noxious

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Question 916

BROWSE

A. Heal
B. Deceive
C. Examine
D. Strike

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Question 917

Gandhiji always advocated the cause of indigenous industries.

A. foreign
B. big
C. cottage
D. native

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Question 918

Whenever I go by that shop, the diamond necklace in the window tantalises me.

A. humiliates
B. excites
C. teases
D. amplifies

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Question 919

Synonym of ENTHUSE

A. Pester
B. Provoke
C. Excite
D. Annoy

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Question 920

Synonym of INFINITE

A. Strange
B. Endless
C. Indefinite
D. Vague

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Question 921

Synonym of VENDETTA

A. Feud
B. Friendship
C. Mortal
D. Threat

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Question 922

That the plan is both inhuman and preposterous needs no further proof.

A. heartless
B. impractical
C. absurd
D. abnormal

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Question 923

Synonym of DISTINCTION

A. Degree
B. Difference
C. Diffusion
D. Disagreement

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Question 924

Synonym of DANK

A. Dangerous
B. Ugly
C. Plunder
D. Damp

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Question 925

The cordial talks between the two foreign ministers cover the entire gamut of their relations.

A. range
B. globe
C. sphere
D. territory

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Question 926

The actor with many graces leaves the stage and becomes only a memory in a world of happy memories.

A. delicacies
B. tacts
C. charms
D. gestures

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Question 927

Synonym of STALEMATE

A. Deadly
B. Dead-end
C. Deadlock
D. Dead

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Question 928

COMPASSION :

A. Kindness
B. Similarity
C. Contrast
D. Cruelty

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Question 929

DELECTABLE:

A. Nobel
B. Enjoyable
C. Delicious
D. Sumptuous

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Question 930

Synonym of ADJUNCT

A. Adaptation
B. Addition
C. Decree
D. Oath

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Question 931

Synonym of CREDENCE

A. Preference
B. Credit
C. Assurance
D. Belief

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Question 932

The relics of the Roman rule are still extant in England.

A. hidden
B. scattered
C. existent
D. spread

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Question 933

The appointments were made quite judiciously.

A. legally
B. reasonably
C. lawfully
D. impartially

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Question 934

Synonym of UNIFORMITY

A. Routine
B. Continuity
C. Stability
D. Consistency

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Question 935

In his lust for wealth, he had reached the zenith of criminal activity.

A. acme
B. nadir
C. bottom
D. end

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Question 936

Corruption stalks every sphere of national life.

A. pervades
B. penetrates
C. pollutes
D. poisons

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Question 937

They all shunned him because he was a lecherous man always looking for an oppurtunity to cheat others.

A. cunning
B. deceptive
C. lustful
D. dishonest

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Question 938

Synonym of MOVING

A. Turning
B. Shifting
C. Toying
D. Taking

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Question 939

He was given a severe warning for coming late.

A. rigorous
B. stern
C. harsh
D. strict

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Question 940

Synonym of VENDETTA

A. Proposal
B. Feud
C. Revenge
D. Compromise

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Question 941

PREDOMINANT :

A. Lovable
B. Important
C. Vague
D. Assurance

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Question 942

Synonym of BENEFACTOR

A. Guardian
B. Saint
C. Patron
D. Friend

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Question 943

Synonym of ASSUAGE

A. Rub
B. Prohibit
C. Ease
D. Enlarge

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Question 944

CONTENTMENT :

A. Craftiness
B. Satisfaction
C. Idleness
D. Craving

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Question 945

Synonym of IMPEDIMENT

A. Passage
B. Obstruction
C. Fateful
D. Destruction

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Question 946

Persons with abstemious habits can adjust themselves in any social set up.

A. rustic
B. lavish
C. moderate
D. lucrative

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Question 947

A million cinemas a year bring the same stale balderdash.

A. adventure
B. nonsense
C. thriller
D. romance

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Question 948

Absolute silence reigned in the whole necropolis.

A. cemetry
B. hell
C. cenotaph
D. churchyard

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Question 949

The problem of unemployment is emasculating our youth from making concrete innovations.

A. hindering
B. pressurizing
C. encouraging
D. weaken

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Question 950

Synonym of AMBITION

A. Plan
B. Proclamation
C. Desire
D. Decision

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Question 951

Synonym of ALLOW

A. Accept
B. Seek
C. Permit
D. Wish

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Question 952

The child merits serious attention at this age.

A. demands
B. deserves
C. suits
D. invites

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Question 953

Synonym of BRASH

A. Slow
B. Cultured
C. Aggressive
D. Humble

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Question 954

Synonym of JOVIAL

A. Merry
B. Funny
C. Smart
D. Triumphant

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Question 955

Synonym of HYBRID

A. Unusual
B. Hackneyed
C. Pedigreed
D. Cross-bred

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Question 956

Synonym of KNAVERY

A. Heroism
B. Cowardice
C. Dishonesty
D. Stupidity

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Question 957

All his colleagues bore an innate reverence for his immaculate character.

A. refined
B. pure
C. faithful
D. splendid

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Question 958

The raucous shouts of the audience forced the management to call off the show.

A. unpleasant
B. loud
C. harsh
D. harmful

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Question 959

Synonym of ENTHRAL

A. Persuade
B. Glorify
C. Annoy
D. Charm

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Question 960

Synonym of OPTIMISTIC

A. Optician
B. Favourable
C. Wishful
D. Hopeful

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Question 961

In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word : ALERT

A. Energetic
B. Observant
C. Intelligent
D. Watchful

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Question 962

Synonym of SOZZLED

A. Burnt
B. Cultured
C. Drunk
D. Moderate

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Question 963

After the dismal performance of the team in the series concluded yesterday, the captain offered his resignation to the President of the Club.

A. poor
B. miserly
C. short
D. sorrowful

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Question 964

No one will invite her to a tea party for she is so garrulous.

A. talks a lot
B. giggles all the time
C. laughs a lot
D. repeats gossip

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Question 965

Synonym of CALUMNIATE

A. Approve
B. Slander
C. Warn
D. Delay

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Question 966

Synonym of AVARICIOUS

A. Abundant
B. Envious
C. Greedy
D. Unwilling

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Question 967

COMBAT

A. Conflict
B. Quarrel
C. Feud
D. Fight

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Question 968

The benevolence of the God of Rain has seen a very successful monsoon this year too

A. ill-will
B. kindness
C. morbidity
D. vision

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Question 969

He listened to her mellifluous music under the genial influence of wine.

A. heavy
B. stressing
C. drowsy
D. sympathetic

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Question 970

RESCUE

A. Save
B. Command
C. Help
D. Defence

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Question 971

GARNISH

A. Paint
B. Garner
C. Adorn
D. Abuse

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Question 972

Synonym of UNCONSCIONABLE

A. Distasteful
B. Unmanageable
C. Excessive
D. Unmindful

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Question 973

Nearly half of India's population is still liviing in abject poverty.

A. wretched
B. solid
C. grave
D. enough

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Question 974

Synonym of SIMON-PURE

A. FALSE
B. Genuine
C. Holy
D. Artificial

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Question 975

The british levied unusually high taxes on export of Indian goods.

A. implemented
B. stipulated
C. imposed
D. enacted

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Question 976

Synonym of RESILIENT

A. Flexible
B. Proud
C. Separable
D. Rigid

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Question 977

I could achieve success through conscious efforts.

A. gain
B. aware
C. desire
D. tremendous

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Question 978

For quick promotion, he hit on a plan to propitiate the Manager.

A. evict
B. incite
C. praise
D. conciliate

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Question 979

Synonym of WHIRL

A. Reap
B. Turn
C. Agitate
D. Weep

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Question 980

ENTIRE

A. Part
B. Quarter
C. Whole
D. Half

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Question 981

He tried to mollify my hurt fellings.

A. arouse
B. appease
C. soften
D. suppress

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Question 982

Babur's memoirs are contained in "Tuzuk-i-Baburi".

A. life
B. speech
C. memory
D. events

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Question 983

The fishing boat pulled away from the wharf and chugged smoothly down the bay.

A. harbour
B. shore
C. quay
D. anchor

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Question 984

YOB:

A. Aggressive
B. Intelligent
C. Annoyed
D. Humble

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Question 985

Catching snakes can be hazardous for people untrained in the art.

A. dangerous
B. difficult
C. harmful
D. tricky

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Question 986

Synonym of FORAGE

A. Search
B. Research
C. Fly
D. Travel

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Question 987

Synonym of KEMP

A. Professional
B. Parasite
C. Tent
D. Champion

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Question 988

His forthright behaviour shows that he is honest but he seems rude to some people.

A. courteous
B. correct
C. straightforward
D. tactful

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Question 989

He murdered the man without any qualms of conscience.

A. hesitation
B. pang
C. excitement
D. curiosity

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Question 990

Synonym of ATTRITION

A. Friction
B. Decline
C. Suffering
D. Attraction

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Question 991

Synonym of MURKY

A. Ugly
B. Dishonest
C. Dull
D. Lazy

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Question 992

There was nothing casual about my father's interests.

A. ordinary
B. incidental
C. funny
D. accidental

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Question 993

Synonym of HELM

A. Corner
B. Handle
C. Head
D. Edge

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Question 994

Synonym of OBLOQUY

A. Forgetfulness
B. Prejudice
C. Conference
D. Defamation

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Question 995

The visitor had a bohemian look.

A. hostile
B. unconventional
C. sinister
D. unfriendly

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Question 996

India has too often to fulminate against Pakistan's role in aiding and abetting acts of militancy on her soil.

A. think
B. consider
C. conspire
D. protest

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Question 997

KEN

A. Ignorance
B. Witness
C. Trial
D. Knowledge

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Question 998

Synopsis :

A. Index
B. Mixture
C. Summary
D. Puzzle

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Question 999

People who hold very unorthodox views, are sometimes ostracized.

A. hated
B. shut out from society
C. criticised
D. applauded

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Question 1000

Synonym of OBFUSCATE

A. Compete
B. Confuse
C. Remove
D. Push

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Question 1001

Synonym of BIZARRE

A. Happy
B. Grotesque
C. Refined
D. Boisterous

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Question 1002

The International Community may begin to doubt the credentials of the largest democracy in the world.

A. principles
B. unreliable
C. capacity
D. trustworthiness

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Question 1003

Synonym of WHIM

A. Fancy
B. Clumsy
C. Desire
D. Strange

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Question 1004

Synonym of FAITH

A. Proof
B. Belief
C. Repose
D. Trust

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Question 1005

True religion does not require one to proselytise through guile or force.

A. translate
B. hypnotise
C. attack
D. convert

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Question 1006

Synonym of OVERSEE

A. Supervise
B. Glance
C. Contest
D. Look

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Question 1007

Synonym of LACHRYMOSE

A. Unimpressive
B. Mournful
C. Moist
D. Impious

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Question 1008

He could not tolerate his friend rejoicing in his ignominy.

A. defeat
B. dishonour
C. misery
D. victory

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Question 1009

Synonym of ANGST

A. Anxiety
B. Pride
C. Modesty
D. Simplicity

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Question 1010

Since he promised to do so, I presume he will come.

A. think
B. guess
C. suppose
D. believe

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Question 1011

"To be or not to be" was the dilemma of Hamlet.

A. question
B. obsession
C. problem
D. helplessness

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Question 1012

SALACITY

A. Bliss
B. Depression
C. Indecency
D. Recession

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Question 1013

The thief outwitted the constable on some pretext and disappeared on the way to the police station.

A. defeated
B. prudent
C. cheated
D. outmanoeuvred

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Question 1014

Synonym of FLOUNDER

A. Run
B. Fluctuate
C. Jump
D. Stumble

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Question 1015

Synonym of MULL

A. Recommend
B. Think
C. Punish
D. Provoke

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Question 1016

Synonym of ACCUSE

A. Absolve
B. Exonerate
C. Vindicate
D. Impeach

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Question 1017

Synonym of JUVENILE

A. Hidden
B. Young
C. Humorous
D. Tedious

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Question 1018

Only those who are gullible take every advertisement seriously.

A. fallible
B. enthusiastic
C. unsuspecting
D. unrealistic

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Question 1019

DILIGENT :

A. Fool
B. Unhappy
C. Hardworking
D. Disappointment

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Question 1020

Synonym of NINCOMPOOP

A. Joker
B. Trader
C. Magician
D. Fool

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Question 1021

Synonym of UNCANNY

A. Unmistaken
B. Strange
C. Fearful
D. Internal

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Question 1022

The employee was ousted from the office

A. pushed
B. thrust
C. forced
D. expelled

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Question 1023

The president of the party deprecated the move of the Government to introduce electoral reforms in a haste.

A. welcomed
B. denied
C. protested
D. humiliated

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Question 1024

A person unrestrained by the rules of morality or tradition is called a licentious person.

A. freelance
B. criminal
C. loafer
D. libertine

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Question 1025

Synonym of LUG

A. Drag
B. Denounce
C. Decline
D. Degrade

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Question 1026

Synonym of MAJESTIC

A. Attractive
B. Extraordinary
C. Grand
D. Interesting

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Question 1027

Power went to her head and she could not stand even minor criticism.

A. appreciate
B. digest
C. accept
D. bear

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Question 1028

In present day society, money plays the only dominant role in almost all transactions.

A. jobs
B. negotiations
C. business
D. proceedings

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Question 1029

AWAKENED :

A. Enlightened
B. Realized
C. Shook
D. Briefed

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Question 1030

DEIFY

A. Flatter
B. Challenge
C. Worship
D. Face

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Question 1031

If you waver at the last minute, you shall face failure.

A. resolve
B. decide
C. settle
D. hesitate

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Question 1032

Nathuram's desire to help the villagers is genuine.

A. accurate
B. good
C. real
D. sincere

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Question 1033

The oppressive weather made the work difficult for them.

A. turbulent
B. disappointing
C. unbearable
D. cold

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Question 1034

It was on the behest of the officer that he made those improvements.

A. suggestion
B. orders
C. recommendation
D. request

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Question 1035

Synonym of HASSLE

A. Greed
B. Jealousy
C. Gossip
D. Wrangle

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Question 1036

The recent acts of vandalism in the country cannot be ignored.

A. disturbance
B. ravage
C. provocation
D. violence

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Question 1037

Plants that grow and exist in deserts have highly specialized means of adapting themselves to the arid environment.

A. unproductive
B. useless
C. withering
D. dry

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Question 1038

The parade route was down the main boulevard.

A. alley
B. highway
C. avenue
D. driveway

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Question 1039

Synonym of ALACRITY

A. Suspicion
B. Unwillingly
C. Unhesitatingly
D. Eagerly

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Question 1040

Synonym of MUNDANE

A. Global
B. Worldly
C. Luxurious
D. Spiritual

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Question 1041

He is in the habit of talking superfluously.

A. continuously
B. needlessly
C. fluently
D. authoritatively

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Question 1042

NEUTRAL

A. Unbiased
B. Non-aligned
C. Undecided
D. Indifferent

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Question 1043

Synonym of JEER

A. Inspire
B. Enjoy
C. Encourage
D. Ridicule

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Question 1044

Synonym of OVERSTRUNG

A. Active
B. Energetic
C. Concerned
D. Nervous

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Question 1045

Synonym of CONNOISSEUR

A. Ignorant
B. Interpreter
C. Delinquent
D. Gourmet

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Question 1046

The intruders strangled the lady to death.

A. thrashed
B. forced
C. compressed
D. throttled

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Question 1047

Ever since the death of his mother, my friend is utterly forlorn and wretched.

A. frustrated
B. lonely
C. fearful
D. gloomy

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Question 1048

The story began in an eerie situation.

A. dangerous
B. thrilling
C. wonderful
D. strange

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Question 1049

Synonym of MINIMUM

A. Little
B. Lowest
C. Minimal
D. Meagre

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Question 1050

Synonym of WAFT

A. Climb
B. Float
C. Sink
D. Drown

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Question 1051

Synonym of MOLLIFY

A. Flatter
B. Appease
C. Sympathise
D. Avenge

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Question 1052

Synonym of MOTLEY

A. Variegated
B. Active
C. Disguised
D. Somber

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Question 1053

He has travelled all over the continent by hitchhiking most of the time.

A. flying
B. driving
C. working
D. lift

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Question 1054

Synonym of SERENE

A. Solemn
B. Meek
C. Delicate
D. Calm

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Question 1055

Synonym of DISTINGUISH

A. Darken
B. Abolish
C. Differentiate
D. Confuse

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Question 1056

Synonym of DISRUPT

A. Deny
B. Refuse
C. Break
D. Join

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Question 1057

Synonym of BARGE

A. Interpret
B. Shout
C. Restrain
D. Push

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Question 1058

The inspector was a vigilant young man.

A. intelligent
B. ambitious
C. watchful
D. smart

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Question 1059

Synonym of STAID

A. Depressive
B. Sedate
C. Backward
D. Dull

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Question 1060

He enjoys vicarious authority.

A. tenuous
B. limited
C. delegated
D. wide

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Question 1061

He is averse to the idea of holding elections now.

A. convinced
B. angry
C. agreeable
D. opposed

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Question 1062

He did not succeed in his endeavour.

A. enterprise
B. effort
C. trick
D. plan

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Question 1063

He declined to speak about the problem when I asked him.

A. agreed
B. promised
C. refused
D. permitted

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Question 1064

As they whispered, I felt awkward in their company.

A. inconvenient
B. clumsy
C. proud
D. embarrassed

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Question 1065

In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word : BRIEF

A. Limited
B. Small
C. Little
D. Short

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Question 1066

Synonym of TEEMING

A. Encroaching
B. Abounding
C. Surrounding
D. Working

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Question 1067

Synonym of COMPUNCTION

A. Anger
B. Appreciate
C. Regret
D. Wonder

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Question 1068

He had been living his life according to set pattern.

A. performance
B. model
C. conduct
D. behaviour

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Question 1069

Now the fury of the demonstrators turned against the machines.

A. asperity
B. passion
C. rage
D. acrimony

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Question 1070

Synonym of VERNAL

A. Dirty
B. Luxuriant
C. Springlike
D. Prone

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Question 1071

He was adjudged as the best orator of the college.

A. critic
B. debater
C. singer
D. speaker

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Question 1072

Synonym of OCCULT

A. Mysterious
B. Harmless
C. Dreadful
D. Amazing

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Question 1073

Synonym of ASCEND

A. Leap
B. Mount
C. Deviate
D. Grow

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Question 1074

Synonym of ABSOLVE

A. Exonerate
B. Consume
C. Maltreat
D. Engage

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Question 1075

Synonym of ABANDON

A. Abscond
B. Discontinue
C. Neglect
D. Condense

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Question 1076

Synonym of DILETTANTE

A. Opponent
B. Specialist
C. Amateur
D. Expert

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Question 1077

Long illness has mascerated his body so much so that he is reduced to flesh and bones.

A. affected
B. soften
C. devastated
D. wasted

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Question 1078

The base of an Indian Politicians is the group of sycophants around them who earn bad name for their leaders.

A. submissive
B. foppish
C. flatterers
D. harbor

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Question 1079

The time I spent in the library was the most rewarding one.

A. precious
B. serviceable
C. profitable
D. paying

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Question 1080

India's attitude towards China has all along been pusillanimous.

A. generous
B. cowardly
C. subversive
D. restrained

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Question 1081

Success is achieved by the degree to which society is prepared to police itself.

A. oppress
B. perform
C. control
D. suppress

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Question 1082

Synonym of INGENUOUS

A. Active
B. Frank
C. Skilful
D. Smart

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Question 1083

Our posterity shall hold us responsible for the devastation caused by cutting of trees.

A. predecessors
B. successors
C. offspring
D. followers

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Question 1084

Synonym of BERSERK

A. Clever
B. Morose
C. Cheerful
D. Wild

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Question 1085

In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word : STRINGENT

A. Dry
B. Strained
C. Rigorous
D. Shrill

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Question 1086

Choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word. Word : ADVERSITY

A. Failure
B. Helplessness
C. Misfortune
D. Crisis

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Question 1087

Synonym of CONDONE

A. Bring
B. Pardon
C. Surround
D. Contribute

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Question 1088

His endeavours proved fruitful.

A. justified
B. futile
C. efficient
D. productive

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Question 1089

The pick pocket was brandishing a knife.

A. using
B. pointing
C. showing
D. waving

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Question 1090

Everyone was listening to the news of earthquake with mounting anxiety.

A. curiosity
B. grief
C. uneasiness
D. eagerness

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Question 1091

Synonym of SUPERANNUATED

A. Accepted
B. Senile
C. Retired
D. Experienced

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Question 1092

IMPERCEPTIBLE :

A. Mean
B. Obvious
C. Humble
D. Subtle

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Question 1093

DISPARAGE :

A. Scatter
B. Discriminate
C. Belittle
D. Waste

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Question 1094

Synonym of SOPORIFIC

A. Lethargic
B. Merry
C. Soothing
D. Impressive

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Question 1095

Synonym of BRACE

A. Waste
B. Support
C. Define
D. Confine

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Question 1096

The lurid details of the murder in broad day light sent chilling sensations down the spine of everybody

A. realistic
B. vivid
C. bleak
D. ghastly

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Question 1097

PIOUS:

A. Religious
B. Sympathetic
C. Afraid
D. Faithful

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Question 1098

PRESTIGE

A. Influence
B. Quality
C. Name
D. Wealth

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Question 1099

Synonym of GLIB

A. Smooth
B. Indifferent
C. Gainful
D. Rough

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Question 1100

As soon as he finished his speech, there was spontaneous applause from the audience.

A. well-timed
B. willing
C. instinctive
D. instantaneous

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Question 1101

They feel that we should be fully aware of our own environment.

A. heredity
B. family
C. nationality
D. surroundings

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Question 1102

MOVING

A. Taking
B. Toying
C. Shifting
D. Turning

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Question 1103

LAUD

A. Lord
B. Eulogy
C. Praise
D. Extolled

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Question 1104

Synonym of PLACID

A. Clear
B. Calm
C. Enjoyable
D. Dull

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Question 1105

Even the loss of her jewels did not disturb the lady's equanimity.

A. temper
B. composure
C. affability
D. humour

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Question 1106

DISTINCTION

A. Diffusion
B. Disagreement
C. Different
D. Degree

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Question 1107

Synonym of OBVERSE

A. Bitter
B. Reverse
C. Opposite
D. Adverse

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Question 1108

Synonym of DELEGATE

A. Officer
B. Participant
C. Member
D. Representative

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Question 1109

The growing disparity between the rich and the poor has been a cause of global concern.

A. similar
B. diversity
C. segregation
D. inequality

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Question 1110

The army has laid out an entire web of agents to detect the surreptitious activities of the enemy.

A. hostile
B. secret
C. intriguing
D. foppish

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Question 1111

In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word : FAKE

A. Original
B. Imitation
C. Trustworthy
D. Loyal

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Question 1112

Physical courage urges a man to risk injury or death.

A. compels
B. forces
C. persuades
D. forbids

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Question 1113

The magazine was embellished with amusing articles.

A. filled
B. replete
C. adorned
D. sprinkled

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Question 1114

Synonym of EXUDE

A. Ooze
B. Wither
C. Overflow
D. Evaporate

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Question 1115

Synonym of YANK

A. Excuse
B. Swear
C. Pull
D. Drag

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Question 1116

Synonym of CONUNDRUM

A. Question
B. Discussion
C. Explanation
D. Solution

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Question 1117

Parents should cultivate in their children the habit of helping others.

A. propagate
B. sprout
C. create
D. foster

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Question 1118

Synonym of AUDACIOUS

A. Obvious
B. Daring
C. Manifest
D. Venture

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Question 1119

Ramlal is quite parsimonious by nature.

A. cruel
B. miserly
C. prodigal
D. haughty

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Question 1120

ISI marked goods are always pure.

A. clear
B. fresh
C. unmixed
D. clean

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Question 1121

Courtesy does not cost one anything.

A. gentility
B. civility
C. amiability
D. urbanity

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Question 1122

India is still a virgin land exploring its tourism potential.

A. undone
B. unexplored
C. uncouth
D. unexploited

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Question 1123

Synonym of JEOPARDY

A. Magic
B. Adventure
C. Enmity
D. Danger

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Question 1124

Synonym of ARTIFACT

A. Synthetic
B. Man-made
C. Natural
D. Exact

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Question 1125

MASSIVE:

A. Lump sum
B. Strong
C. Little
D. None of the above

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Question 1126

Man has to encounter many hardships in life

A. solve
B. face
C. bear
D. overcome

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Question 1127

Japan has been very much eulogised in this book.

A. appreciated
B. praised
C. approved
D. applauded

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Question 1128

HAGGLE:

A. Postpone
B. Accept
C. Bargain
D. Reject

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Question 1129

Synonym of EXCRUCIATE

A. Refine
B. Torture
C. Extract
D. Imprison

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Question 1130

Synonym of BALMY

A. Fruitful
B. Tempestuous
C. Soothing
D. Modest

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Question 1131

The incident affected him so much that he could not forget it for several days.

A. upset
B. changed
C. influenced
D. controlled

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Question 1132

Synonym of OPULENT

A. Greedy
B. Hungry
C. Heavy
D. Wealthy

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Question 1133

The prisoners of war were subjected to bestial atrocities.

A. hardships
B. punishments
C. cruelties
D. jobs

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Question 1134

In the following the questions choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word : INDICT

A. Condemn
B. Reprimand
C. Accuse
D. Allege

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Question 1135

Synonym of ECONOMISE

A. Accumulate
B. Minimise
C. Save
D. Reduce

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Question 1136

Synonym of ASSENT

A. Compromise
B. Judgement
C. Agreement
D. Expression

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Question 1137

Synonym of DODGE

A. Confuse
B. Avoid
C. Thwart
D. Frustrate

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Question 1138

Synonym of WELSH

A. Perspire
B. Inspire
C. Encourage
D. Default

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Question 1139

VENUE

A. Place
B. Agenda
C. Time
D. Duration

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Question 1140

He used to regale us with anecdotes.

A. bore
B. flatter
C. entertain
D. tire

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Question 1141

Synonym of FLABBY

A. Obese
B. Fatty
C. Chubby
D. Loose

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Question 1142

Synonym of BLUSTER

A. Abuse
B. Tolerate
C. Suffer
D. Threat

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Question 1143

Synonym of GRUESOME

A. Hateful
B. Painful
C. Tragic
D. Frightful

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Question 1144

Before I could expostulate he had spoken again.

A. postulate
B. protest
C. explain
D. disclose

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Question 1145

Synonym of INDOMITABLE

A. Inactive
B. Authoritative
C. Rebellious
D. Unconquered

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Question 1146

For want of adequate funds, non-plan expenditure has been further pruned on this year's budget.

A. prolonged
B. expanded
C. reduced
D. included

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Question 1147

GOAD :

A. Soothe
B. Save
C. Irritate
D. Worship

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Question 1148

Synonym of BEFUDDLED

A. Wounded
B. Crowded
C. Enlightened
D. Stupid

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Question 1149

How I envy the man who can always produce his reading glasses at a moment's notice.

A. begrudge
B. undesired
C. crave
D. covet

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Question 1150

It is quite unseemly that person should so behave with his elders.

A. childish
B. ugly
C. discourteous
D. improper

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Question 1151

Synonym of DAWDLE

A. Assess
B. Evaluate
C. Fickle
D. Loiter

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Question 1152

Synonym of WELTER

A. Sacrifice
B. Clarity
C. Height
D. Confusion

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Question 1153

Synonym of OVERTURES

A. Observations
B. Offers
C. Agreements
D. Promises

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Question 1154

Synonym of MELLIFLUOUS

A. Stupid
B. Stale
C. Sweet
D. Tasteful

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Question 1155

Synonym of VIE

A. Hesitate
B. Compete
C. Refuse
D. Shirk

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Question 1156

The committee did not find him fit for the job.

A. genuine
B. correct
C. suitable
D. choose

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Question 1157

Synonym of ADDLE

A. Soar
B. Strike
C. Stop
D. Confuse

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Question 1158

Synonym of DISINTER

A. Bury
B. Befool
C. Unearth
D. Disguise

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Question 1159

Synonym of TRIUMPH

A. Joy
B. Excitement
C. Gain
D. Victory

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Question 1160

The great artist life was full of vicissitudes.

A. sorrows
B. misfortunes
C. changes
D. surprises

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Question 1161

Synonym of VENTURE

A. Entrust
B. Risk
C. Travel
D. Adventure

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Question 1162

Synonym of SUPERCILIOUS

A. Indifferent
B. Annoyed
C. Haughty
D. Angry

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Question 1163

To avoid future complications, the boundary between neighbours should be properly defined.

A. limited
B. demarcated
C. explained
D. interpreted

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Question 1164

Synonym of PRIVY

A. Secret
B. Dispossessed
C. Open
D. Deprived

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Question 1165

The man lived in a dilapidated house made of mud and bricks.

A. crumbling
B. old
C. thatched
D. crashing

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Question 1166

The claims of students look hollow when they attribute their poor performance to difficulty of examination.

A. inundate
B. inhere
C. impute
D. infer

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Question 1167

ZANY

A. Clown
B. Pet
C. Thief
D. Magician

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Question 1168

He has always been an elusive customer.

A. clever
B. unreliable
C. deceitful
D. quarrelsome

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Question 1169

Synonym of CRUEL

A. Hateful
B. Dreadful
C. Indifferent
D. Merciless

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Question 1170

Synonym of GRATIFY

A. Frank
B. Appreciate
C. Pacify
D. Indulge

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Question 1171

Synonym of ADMONISH

A. Threaten
B. Praise
C. Appeal
D. Support

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Question 1172

Synonym of ENTHUSIASTIC

A. Angry
B. Excited
C. Noisy
D. Violent

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Question 1173

Only my neighbour succoured me during my illness.

A. nourished
B. treated
C. aided
D. attended

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Question 1174

Synonym of ABSOLUTE

A. Reasonable
B. Narrow
C. Limitless
D. Reliable

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Question 1175

Synonym of STRINGENT

A. Tense
B. Stringy
C. Strict
D. shrink

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Question 1176

The old man asserted that the whole art of medicine lay in judicious poisoning.

A. wise
B. clever
C. cautious
D. careful

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Question 1177

Miss Margaret is a genteel lady.

A. well-bred
B. delicate
C. attractive
D. beautiful

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Question 1178

Whatever the verdict of history may be, Chaplin will occupy a unique place in its pages.

A. prediction
B. outcome
C. judgement
D. voice

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Question 1179

Synonym of VENALITY

A. Hope
B. Sacrifice
C. Respect
D. Corruption

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Question 1180

Synonym of RECOLLECT

A. Remember
B. Revive
C. Memorise
D. Recover

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Question 1181

Her hazel eyes are really attractive.

A. blue
B. greenish-blue
C. green
D. reddish-brown

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Question 1182

Synonym of EXORBITANT

A. Odd
B. Ridiculous
C. Excessive
D. Threatening

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Question 1183

VANGUARD :

A. Race driver
B. Officer
C. Flag bearer
D. Pioneer

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Question 1184

Synonym of CONSOLIDATE

A. Contrive
B. Connive
C. Unite
D. Conspire

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Question 1185

We didn't believe in his statement, but subsequent events proved that he was right.

A. later
B. many
C. few
D. earlier

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Question 1186

His project was merely meant to stall the road construction in the village.

A. ignore
B. begin
C. obstruct
D. evade

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Question 1187

Synonym of SOLICIT

A. Beseech
B. Demand
C. Claim
D. Require

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Question 1188

It is a popular fallacy that all man-eaters are old and mangy.

A. observation
B. belief
C. fact
D. illusion

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Question 1189

Synonym of PROLIFIC

A. Plenty
B. Competent
C. Fertile
D. Predominant

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Question 1190

The facade of our school building got a face-lift recently.

A. basement
B. floor
C. top
D. front

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Question 1191

They feel that we should be fully aware of our own environment.

A. nationality
B. heredity
C. nature
D. surroundings

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Question 1192

The sight moved him to pity and compunction.

A. confusion
B. wonder
C. regret
D. anger

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Question 1193

Public opinion will pillory these agents of crime.

A. scorn
B. subserve
C. recall
D. declare

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Question 1194

The benevolence of the God of Rain has seen a very successful monsoon this year too.

A. vision
B. morbidity
C. kindness
D. ill-will

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Question 1195

Synonym of EXCLUSIVE

A. Extensive
B. Sole
C. External
D. Excessive

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Question 1196

Synonym of GAINSAY

A. Advantage
B. Proposal
C. Contradict
D. Suggestion

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Question 1197

The rebels returned home under an amnesty.

A. pardon
B. assistance
C. security
D. judicial

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Question 1198

GERMANE

A. Responsible
B. Logical
C. Possible
D. Relevant

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Question 1199

Synonym of TESTIFY

A. Witness
B. Describe
C. Recognise
D. Appreciate

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Question 1200

TRANSIENT

A. Transparent
B. Fleeting
C. Feeble
D. Fanciful

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Question 1201

Synonym of SULTRY

A. Unpleasant
B. Ill-smelling
C. Impure
D. Hot

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Question 1202

The merchant was renowned for his simple way of living.

A. notorious
B. famous
C. unknown
D. notable

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Question 1203

GARRULITY

A. Credulity
B. Senility
C. Loquaciousness
D. Speciousness

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Question 1204

Synonym of FRATERNISE

A. Associate
B. Organise
C. Expel
D. Cheat

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Question 1205

Synonym of LUMINARY

A. Bright
B. Lightning
C. Famous
D. Dashing

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Question 1206

Synonym of MALAISE

A. Stagnation
B. Spite
C. Curse
D. Sickness

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Question 1207

Synonym of ACCOLADE

A. Welcome
B. Award
C. Affection
D. Arrival

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Question 1208

Synonym of GROTESQUE

A. Malformed
B. Exaggerated
C. Colourful
D. Pompous

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Question 1209

Synonym of IMPINGE

A. Soak
B. Ridicule
C. Argue
D. Strike

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Question 1210

Synonym of GREGARIOUS

A. Sociable
B. Turbulent
C. Pugnacious
D. Clumsy

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Question 1211

Synonym of DEMURE

A. Intentional
B. Retiring
C. Unreserved
D. Blunt

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Question 1212

Scientific knowledge is an intoxicating draught, and it may be one in which the human race is unable to sustain.

A. drink
B. product
C. disease
D. process

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Question 1213

Last fortnight the rains came to the parched soils of India after the merciless drought had already sapped the vitality and livelihoood of millions of peasants.

A. decreased
B. demolished
C. destroyed
D. drained

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Question 1214

Synonym of RELUCTANT

A. Ready
B. Willing
C. Hesitating
D. Inclined

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Question 1215

Synonym of COGNOSCENTE

A. Speculator
B. Teacher
C. Critic
D. Preacher

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Question 1216

At the yesterday's meeting, he adopted a recalcitrant attitude.

A. conciliatory
B. obstinate
C. sympathetic
D. courteous

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Question 1217

Synonym of SAVVY

A. Deform
B. Understand
C. Destroy
D. Taste

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Question 1218

Synonym of COY

A. Beautiful
B. Sweet
C. Talented
D. Shy

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Question 1219

The ship was caught in the tempest and all but the captain were drowned.

A. bad weather
B. violent storm
C. typhoon
D. whirlpool

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Question 1220

Synonym of YAMMER

A. Lament
B. Shiver
C. Strike
D. Whimper

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Question 1221

Synonym of CAVIL

A. Appreciate
B. Amuse
C. Quibble
D. Munch

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Question 1222

I don't see why he should be so obsequious to his brother just because the latter is rich.

A. kind
B. unfriendly
C. servile
D. offensive

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Question 1223

Synonym of EXTRAVAGANT

A. Proud
B. Expensive
C. Wasteful
D. Reckless

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Question 1224

Synonym of BROWSE

A. Strike
B. Examine
C. Deceive
D. Heal

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Question 1225

The obstacles seem to be insurmountable, but no one should doubt what this fearless woman can accomplish.

A. achieve
B. Insuperable
C. tall
D. trivial

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Question 1226

Synonym of INDICT

A. Accuse
B. Condemn
C. Allege
D. Reprimand

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Question 1227

Synonym of DELECTABLE

A. Attractive
B. Delightful
C. Desirable
D. Delicate

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Question 1228

Synonym of BIFURCATED

A. Reduced
B. Stabbed
C. Ploughed
D. Forked

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Question 1229

LYNCH

A. Hang
B. Madden
C. Kill
D. Shoot

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Question 1230

Lost in his own revery, he forgot that vicissitudes can change the course of man's life.

A. difficulties
B. change
C. impediments
D. unfortunate

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Question 1231

Synonym of LEGITIMATE

A. Rightful
B. Valid
C. Illicit
D. Correct

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Question 1232

Synonym of CITE

A. Illustrate
B. Reveal
C. Recollect
D. Quote

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Question 1233

SEE :

A. Talk
B. Observe
C. Stand
D. Look

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Question 1234

Synonym of INSIPID

A. Lucid
B. Wily
C. Witty
D. Flat

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Question 1235

Synonym of BESIEGE

A. Acquire
B. Attack
C. Seize
D. Surround

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Question 1236

The thieves left her tied up with rope but she wriggled herself free.

A. shook
B. escaped
C. made
D. allowed

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Question 1237

Synonym of VILIFY

A. Defame
B. Perform
C. Commend
D. Communicate

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Question 1238

He is quite meticulous in his dealings with others.

A. reserved
B. haughty
C. indifferent
D. careful

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Question 1239

The affluence of most visiting Arabs is astonishing.

A. ostentation
B. wealth
C. influence
D. endeavour

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Question 1240

At the Hardy house there was great consternation when Aunt Gertrude saw Joe helping Frank up the stairs.

A. surprise
B. panic
C. gaity
D. satisfaction

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Question 1241

Synonym of MODISH

A. Adorned
B. Sentimental
C. Stylish
D. Vacillating

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Question 1242

Synonym of STUBBORN

A. Easy
B. Obstinate
C. Willing
D. Pliable

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Question 1243

The earth from here is a grand oasis in the vastness of space.

A. greenland
B. landscape
C. waterhole
D. wetland

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Question 1244

Some people adopt excellent manners only to camouflage their real character.

A. project
B. hide
C. misrepresent
D. reveal

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Question 1245

CONNOISSEUR

A. Ignorant
B. Gourmet
C. Interpreter
D. Delinquent

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Question 1246

Everyone in the bazaar turned to stare at the visitor and his preposterous dress.

A. pompous
B. vague
C. absurd
D. strange

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Question 1247

Synonym of GENRE

A. Nature
B. Kind
C. Story
D. Gender

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Question 1248

Synonym of APPAREL

A. Appearance
B. Clothing
C. Confidence
D. Manner

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Question 1249

A civilised roman banquet was a thing of great richness, style and decorum.

A. palace
B. feast
C. ornament
D. table

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Question 1250

UTILITY :

A. Benefit
B. Usefulness
C. Profitability
D. Advantage

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Question 1251

Synonym of FILTHY

A. Healthy
B. Ugly
C. Dirty
D. Angry

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Question 1252

Synonym of ENCUMBRANCE

A. Disturbance
B. Burden
C. Distraction
D. Diversion

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Question 1253

I have told him many times not to do that.

A. several
B. unlimited
C. endless
D. numberless

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Question 1254

Synonym of COMMEMORATE

A. Boast
B. Remember
C. Manipulate
D. Harmonise

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Question 1255

Synonym of HUMBUG

A. Deceit
B. Desire
C. Craving
D. Illusion

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Question 1256

Article 26 of the Constitution is, in fact, a corollary to Article 25.

A. proof
B. summary
C. synopsis
D. consequence

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Question 1257

Synonym of RANCOUR

A. Prejudice
B. Enmity
C. Disappointment
D. Hatred

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Question 1258

Both young sleuths felt sure there was a link between the two.

A. travellers
B. boys
C. convicts
D. detectives

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Question 1259

Synonym of ROTUND

A. Flat
B. Fat
C. Foolish
D. Weak

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Question 1260

Synonym of COMBAT

A. Quarrel
B. Fight
C. Conflict
D. Feud

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Question 1261

Synonym of INDUSTRIOUS

A. Intelligent
B. Hard working
C. Clever
D. Reserved

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Question 1262

He listened of my request with indifference.

A. disinterest
B. concern
C. displeasure
D. caution

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Question 1263

Synonym of DEARTH

A. Decrease
B. Loss
C. Reduction
D. Scarcity

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Question 1264

Synonym of APLOMB

A. Agitation
B. Noise
C. Sacrifice
D. Self-confidence

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Question 1265

Synonym of GARNISH

A. Decorate
B. Compose
C. Impress
D. Impose

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Question 1266

Synonym of APPRAISAL

A. Estimation
B. Praise
C. Approval
D. Investigation

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Question 1267

The munificence of the businessman was great.

A. generosity
B. stinginess
C. misery
D. tactfulness

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Question 1268

He gave an expeditious reply.

A. exact
B. slow
C. elaborate
D. prompt

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Question 1269

The little coy bride was admired by everyone.

A. beautiful
B. shy
C. talented
D. sweet

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Question 1270

For New Delhi, it is time to re-examine its Pakistan policy and reduce the suspicion that it is trying to torpedo the talks.

A. attack
B. quiet
C. weaken
D. refute

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Question 1271

Synonym of STRINGENT

A. Shrill
B. Rigorous
C. Dry
D. Strained

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Question 1272

Our talks with the foreign delegation were really productive.

A. growing
B. efficient
C. fruitful
D. lengthy

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Question 1273

Synonym of MASTERPIECE

A. Sample
B. Wonder
C. Miracle
D. Model

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Question 1274

I am quite content to stay here.

A. eager
B. happy
C. frightened
D. determined

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Question 1275

Synonym of COMPETENCE

A. Efficiency
B. Competition
C. Ability
D. Compensation

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