English Vocabulary Quiz- Set 105

Synonym and Antonym Quiz for SBI PO, IBPS PO/Clerk, NIACL, NICL, OICL, UIIC, IBPS RRB, RBI, IPPB etc. 

Direction: Read the question and answer accordingly

  1. Choose the word meaning SIMILAR to the word: UNENVIABLE
    A) Contentment
    B) Refuse
    C) Diligently
    D) Unpleasant
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     Option D  – Unpleasant
    Explanation:
     Unenviable (adjective) – Not desirable or pleasant; not arousing envy.
  2. Choose the word meaning SIMILAR to the word: SUBSIST
    A) Temporary
    B) Prevail
    C) Battle
    D) Evanescent
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     Option B – Prevail
    Explanation:
     Subsist (verb) – Remain in force or effect.
  3. Choose the word meaning SIMILAR to the word: VENEL
    A) Corrupt
    B) Separation
    C) Convenient
    D) Depiction
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     Option A – Corrupt
    Explanation:
     Venel (adjective) – Showing or motivated by susceptibility to bribery.
  4. Choose the word meaning SIMILAR to the word: INCONGRUOUS 
    A) Upright
    B) Condolence
    C) Sorrow
    D) Unsuitable
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     Option D – Unsuitable
    Explanation:
     Incongruous (adjective) – Not in harmony or keeping with the surroundings or other aspects of something.
  5. Choose the word meaning SIMILAR to the word: ANFRACTUOUS
    A) Swoon
    B) Boorish
    C) Curving
    D) Cognizance
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     Option C – Curving
    Explanation:
     Anfractuous (adjective) – Having many winding twists and turns.
  6. Choose the word meaning OPPOSITE to the word: SIMULACRUM
    A) Homogeneous
    B)Dissimilarity
    C) Baffle
    D) Annoyance
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     Option B – Dissimilarity
    Explanation:
     Simulacrum (noun) – An image or representation of someone or something.
  7. Choose the word meaning OPPOSITE to the word: SOLACE
    A) Torture
    B)Affluent
    C) Thrifty
    D) Antipathy
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     Option A – Torture
    Explanation:
     Solace (noun) – Comfort or consolation in a time of great distress or sadness.
  8. Choose the word meaning OPPOSITE to the word: EMACIATED
    A)  Thin
    B)Withered
    C) Shrivelled
    D) Strong
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     Option D –  Strong
    Explanation:
     Emaciated (adjective) – Weak, thin or haggard, especially from hunger or disease.
  9. Choose the word meaning OPPOSITE to the word: REVEL
    A) Assorted
    B)Mourn
    C) Ardour
    D) Shrivelled
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     Option B – Mourn
    Explanation:
     Revel (verb) – Enjoy oneself in a lively and noisy way.
  10. Choose the word meaning OPPOSITE to the word: DICHOTOMY
    A) Nasty
    B)Allure
    C) Agreement
    D) Haggard
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     Option C – Agreement
    Explanation:
     Dichotomy (noun) – A division or contrast between two things that are/or represented as being opposed or entirely different.

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