Directions (1-10): In each of the following questions one sentence is given with a word, choose the most similar meaning of that word and mark it as your answer.
- UNBLENCHING: Mona is an unblenching lady.
yellowaudaciousscaryhumbleAll are CorrectOption B
UNBLENCHING (ADJECTIVE): audacious Synonyms: heroic, daring Antonyms: meek, afraid
- DELICT: Given evidences showed the sheer delict of all the norms.
devotionfidelityfelonycandorAll are CorrectOption C
DELICT (NOUN): breach Synonyms: lawlessness, misdeed Antonyms: obedience, kindness
- UNTOWARD: Let us take a pledge that no untoward event will disturb this meeting.
appositeproperadverseacceptableAll are CorrectOption C
UNTOWARD (ADJECTIVE): inappropriate Synonyms: unexpected, unanticipated Antonyms: appropriate, anticipated
- GOOF: He admitted his goof.
plodmanagegeniusbungleAll are CorrectOption D
GOOF (NOUN): err Synonyms: mistake, flub Antonyms: correct, fix
- AMELIORATE: Unless we ameliorate the condition of the working class, we cannot expect the prosperity of the country.
amendflawaggravatedebaseAll are CorrectOption A
AMELIORATE (VERB): improve Synonyms: alleviate, help Antonyms: aggravate, injure
- GLADIATORIAL: Madan is gladiatorial by nature.
pacifistaffableamicablebellicoseAll are CorrectOption D
GLADIATORIAL (ADJECTIVE): belligerent Synonyms: cantankerous, contentious Antonyms: agreeable, good-natured
- GLOAT: I gloated over my victory.
abortgrumbleexultlanguishAll are CorrectOption C
GLOAT (VERB): exclaim triumph Synonyms: relish, crow Antonyms: be sad, commiserate
- GUZZLE: James would guzzle his ale.
nibblegulpswillassembleAll are CorrectOption C
GUZZLE (VERB): drink down fast Synonyms: gulp, swig Antonyms: abstain, sip
- PARCH: The blistering summer sun parched the earth.
dousepermeatedrenchdessicateAll are CorrectOption D
PARCH (VERB): arid Synonyms: bone dry, sear Antonyms: moisten, dampen
- FROTHY: She beats the eggs until the mixture become frothy.
severecoarsesudsyrudeAll are CorrectOption B
FROTHY (ADJECTIVE): foamy Synonyms: bubbly, yeasty Antonyms: flat, oblate