English: Odd Words for upcoming Exam Set 12

Which of the words/phrases (A), (B), (C), (D) and (E) given below should replace the words/phrases given in bold in the following sentences to make it meaningful and grammatically correct?

 

  1. The best works of novel often contain a sentence that captures the core of what the work is about regardless of how fat the full book is.
    A) falsity, spirit, blocky
    B) story, kernel, deep
    C) fiction, essence, thick
    D) fantasy, nub, hefty
    E) No Correction Required
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      Option C

  2. The central dilemma is, what are courts to do when they find themselves abridge by judgments given by larger Benches which are binding by virtue of the Bench strength but otherwise wholly inadequate in terms of their jurisprudential training as well as their political consequences?
    A) epitomize, binding, instructing
    B) curtailed, binding, grounding
    C) contract, accumulating, , tactics
    D) deflate, gatherinng, knowledge
    E) No Correction Required
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      Option B

  3. Critics of the Supreme Court may argue that this haphazard development of teaching can have disastrous consequences in terms of a theory of anterior and some aspects of the court’s track record would certainly support such a examen.
    A) belief, pioneer, notice
    B) doctrine, precedents, critique
    C) precept,  preliminary, analysis
    D) axiom, whilom, column
    E) No Correction Required
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      Option B

  4. Indonesia chose a superior man with a commitment to pluralism and clean government, thereby providing a attestation of the pernicious argument that the only reasonable path for poor, populous nations is authoritarianism.
    A) timid, testament, impractical
    B) introvert, evidence, possible
    C) shy, documentation, usable
    D) humble, refutation, viable
    E) No Correction Required
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      Option D

  5. Mr. Purnama’s slow-motion downfall began in September last year when right-wing requiter groups began announcing that he had committed blasphemy while on the campaign way for his 2017 re-election.
    A) scourge, vindicating, route
    B) vigilante, alleging, trail
    C) righter, upholding, lane
    D) nemesis, reasserting, track
    E) No Correction Required
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      Option B

  6. Recent developments from the increasing operationalisation of blasphemy laws in Indonesia, to the lynching of Muslims and shady  beef-eaters in India, are streaming cold water over these hopes.
    A) lynching, decisive, cascading
    B) lynching, ambiguous, inundating
    C) lynching, equivocal, trickling
    D) lynching, suspected, pouring
    E) No Correction Required
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      Option D

  7. The separate statements by India and China that the Doklam military stand-off has ended are a welcome sign that diplomacy has covered  over the harsh verbosity of the past 10 weeks.
    A) dispatched, swept, bombast
    B) advertisements, overcame, fussy
    C) announcements, prevailed, rhetoric
    D) propaganda, conquered, pomposity
    E) No Correction Required
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      Option C

  8. India and China must lapse to the spirit of the Border Defence Cooperation Agreement of 2013, which laid down specific guidelines on tackling future developments along the 3,488-km boundary the two countries part.
    A) retrograde, tackling, taste
    B) declined, tackling,  endurance
    C) revert, tackling, share
    D) drop, tackling, participation
    E) No Correction Required
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      Option C

  9. Even though India has a trade surplus with the US, and has been intervening in the currency market, it still runs a current account deficit at the gross level and cannot be blamed of currency exploitation.
    A) mass, accused, arrangement
    B) aggregate, accused, manipulation
    C) total, accused, deceived
    D) bulk, accused, bluffed
    E) No Correction Required
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      Option B
  10. It is sometimes argued that India should not tensed about currency, especially with an inflation-targeting position in place, and export competitiveness is not merely dependent on the exchange rate.
    A) choked, command, basically
    B) agitated, authority, principally
    C) anxious, dominion, substantially
    D) worry, regime, solely
    E) No Correction Required
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      Option D


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  1. Barbu (。♥‿♥。)

    9//10

    Thanku so much AZ 🙂

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