English Vocabulary Quiz- Set 117

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: Nugatory
    A) Competent
    B) Worthless
    C) Prohibit
    D) Repulsion
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     Option B
    Explanation:
     Nugatory (adjective) – Of no value or importance , having no legal or binding force
  2. Choose the word meaning SIMILAR to the word: Banausic
    A) Honesty
    B) Necessary
    C) Redundant
    D) Pleasure
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     Option C
    Explanation:
     Banausic(adjective) – Ordinary and not refined , relating to jobs or workers that require technical skills rather than higher education.
  3. Choose the word meaning SIMILAR to the word: Abet
    A) Incompetent
    B) Inconvenience
    C) Assist
    D) Cautious
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     Option C
    Explanation:
     Abet (verb) – Encourage or assist (someone) to do something wrong.
  4. Choose the word meaning SIMILAR to the word: Disdain
    A) Unsuitable
    B) Appreciation
    C) Unlearned
    D) Disrespect
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     Option D
    Explanation:
     Disdain(noun) – Lack of respect with a feeling of dislike , the feeling that someone or something is unworthy of one’s consideration or respect
  5. Choose the word meaning SIMILAR to the word: Impecunious
    A) Sympathy
    B) Productive
    C) Insolvent
    D) Acceptance
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     Option C
    Explanation:
     Impecunious (adjective) – Having little or no money, lacking money, not having enough money to pay for necessities.
  6. Choose the word meaning OPPOSITE to the word: Malice
    A) Kindness
    B) Impactful
    C) Insensitivity
    D) Hurdle
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     Option A
    Explanation:
     Malice(noun) – The desire to harm someone; feeling a need to see others suffer
  7. Choose the word meaning OPPOSITE to the word: Acquiesce
    A) Acknowledge
    B) Cherished
    C) Consistency
    D) Oppose
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     Option D
    Explanation:
     Acquiesce  (verb) – To accept or agree to something, often unwillingly but without protest.
  8. Choose the word meaning OPPOSITE to the word: Stoic
    A) Apathetic
    B) Sentimental
    C) Restrain
    D) Repulsion
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     Option B
    Explanation:
     Stoic (noun) – A person who can endure pain or hardship without showing their feelings or complaining , seeming unaffected by pleasure or pain.
  9. Choose the word meaning OPPOSITE to the word: Dicey
    A) Deficiency
    B) Cunning
    C) Certain
    D) Shameful
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     Option C
    Explanation:
     Dicey (adjective) – Unpredictable and potentially dangerous.
  10. Choose the word meaning OPPOSITE to the word: Mendacity
    A) Satiate
    B) Sincerity
    C) Permit
    D) Mendacity
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     Option B
    Explanation:
     Mendacity  (noun) – Untruthfulness , a statement known by its maker to be untrue and made in order to deceive.

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