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.
- CONTINENCE : Shivali hoped her continence would allow her to resist temptation.
abstinencerevelrydebaucherygluttonyAll are CorrectOption A
CONTINENCE (NOUN): self-restraint Synonyms: abstinence, chastity Antonyms: wildness, intemperance
- PREROGATIVE : If you choose to follow your prerogative and behave badly, then the result will not be good for you.
disserviceperquisiteinconveniencedilapidationAll are CorrectOption B
PREROGATIVE (NOUN): privilege Synonyms: perquisite, birthright Antonyms: duty, obligation
- SUFFICE : Since I only have two dollars left in my pocket, this amount can’t suffice my needs.
anguishjealousaggrievedcontentAll are CorrectOption D
SUFFICE (VERB): satisfy Synonyms: content, fulfil Antonyms: dissatisfy, displease
- MIND-BOGGLING: That piece of art involved the mind-boggling craft.
jejuneastonishingunremarkablemundaneAll are CorrectOption B
MIND-BOGGLING (ADJECTIVE): amazing Synonyms: astonishing, startling Antonyms: awful, appalling
- INTELLE: Ravita gave an example of the most intelle situation.
hypotheticempiricempiricalactualAll are CorrectOption A
INTELLE (ADJECTIVE): theoretical Synonyms: hypothetic, idealized Antonyms: practical, realistic
- SCALLOP : Amit scalloped the paper bag.
flattenrumplecrystallizeglossyAll are CorrectOption B
SCALLOP (VERB): crumple Synonyms: pucker, rumple Antonyms: flatten, smooth
- ABORT : The commander instructed them to abort the mission.
aceacquireundefeatedterminateAll are CorrectOption D
ABORT (VERB): halt Synonyms: cut off, break off Antonyms: begin, start
- GLITCH : The glitch in your computer system can be fixed easily.
officeoperatemalfunctionprocedureAll are CorrectOption C
GLITCH (NOUN): error Synonyms: flaw, malfunction Antonyms: perfection, excellence
- BOUNTY : She was given a bounty in her marriage.
rewardrebukeretributionpersecuteAll are CorrectOption A
BOUNTY (NOUN): gift Synonyms: prize, reward Antonyms: penalty, punishment
- KNUCKLE TO : The restaurant will be closed down soon if the owner does not knuckle to the sanitation.
condemnaccedesquabbleabrogateAll are CorrectOption B
KNUCKLE TO (VERB): abide by Synonyms: adhere to, accede Antonyms: disobey, dissuade