1. exquisite
    1. Crude
    2. Subdued
    3. Devastating
    4. Devoid
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    Correct Option: A

    Exquisite means extremely beautiful and delicate. For example
    The queen was wearing an exquisite diamond
    Sachin played an exquisite cover drive in the last over
    The band gave an exquisite performance last night

    The opposite of exquisite is crude which means constructed in a rudimentary or makeshift way. For example
    His performance was crude and lacked beauty
    He is not liked in the social circle because of his crude nature

    Other options meaning
    Subdued means restrained. For example
    Young man surprised him with his subdued reaction

    Devastating means highly destructive or damaging
    The devastating earthquake in Nepal led to huge loss of life
    The devastating inning of Sachin led to India's famous victory
    The news was devastating to all of us

    Devoid means entirely lacking or free from
    He is completely devoid of emotions
    The planet was devoid of any life form
    His life is devoid of any form of happiness


  1. Feasible
    1. Practical
    2. Impossible
    3. Pragmatic
    4. Drastic
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    Correct Option: B

    Feasible means possible and practical to do easily or conveniently
    The plan looked feasible in theory but it completely failed on implementation
    The scientists are looking for the most feasible scenario

    The opposite of feasible is impossible
    It is impossible to recreate life in laboratory

    Meaning of other words in the option
    Pragmatic means dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that is based on practical rather than theoretical considerations
    The Kashmir issue can only be solved through pragmatic approach
    His pragmatic behavior earned him many success in his business

    Drastic means likely to have a strong or far-reaching effect; radical and extreme
    With economy in doldrums, the government was forced to take drastic steps to prop up economy