Antonyms


Direction: In the following questions, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word.

  1. CONTENTED
    1. dissatisfied
    2. emptied
    3. happy
    4. unfriendly

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    dissatisfied (Adjective) : not satisfied; discontented
    contented (Adjective) : satisfied; feeling/showing happiness
    emptied (Adjective) : having been made empty
    happy (Adjective) : cheerful
    unfriendly (Adjective) : not friendly

    Correct Option: A

    dissatisfied (Adjective) : not satisfied; discontented
    contented (Adjective) : satisfied; feeling/showing happiness
    emptied (Adjective) : having been made empty
    happy (Adjective) : cheerful
    unfriendly (Adjective) : not friendly


  1. ANTIQUE
    1. common
    2. recent
    3. innovative
    4. youthful

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    recent (Adjective): that happened/ began only a short time ago
    antique (Adjective) : old and valuable
    common (Adjective) : not special
    innovative (Adjective) : using new ideas
    youthful (Adjective) : young or seeming younger than you are

    Correct Option: B

    recent (Adjective): that happened/ began only a short time ago
    antique (Adjective) : old and valuable
    common (Adjective) : not special
    innovative (Adjective) : using new ideas
    youthful (Adjective) : young or seeming younger than you are



  1. ISOLATION
    1. segregation
    2. association
    3. seclusion
    4. deportation

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    association (Noun) : an official group of people, who have joined together for a particular purpose ; a relationship between people
    isolation (Noun) : the act of separating ; the state of being separate
    segregation (Noun) : the act of policy of separating
    seclusion (Noun) : the state of being private or of having little contact with other people
    deportation (Noun) : the act of expelling a person from his native land

    Correct Option: B

    association (Noun) : an official group of people, who have joined together for a particular purpose ; a relationship between people
    isolation (Noun) : the act of separating ; the state of being separate
    segregation (Noun) : the act of policy of separating
    seclusion (Noun) : the state of being private or of having little contact with other people
    deportation (Noun) : the act of expelling a person from his native land


  1. REPULSIVE
    1. attractive
    2. reflective
    3. distinctive
    4. progressive

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    attractive (Adjective) : appealing
    repulsive (Adjective) : causing a feeling of strong dislike ; very unpleasant ; disgusting
    reflective (Adjective) : thinking deeply about things; thoughtful
    distinctive (Adjective) : having a quality/characteristic that makes something different and easily noticed ; characteristic progressive (Adjective) : in favour of new ideas, modern methods and change

    Correct Option: A

    attractive (Adjective) : appealing
    repulsive (Adjective) : causing a feeling of strong dislike ; very unpleasant ; disgusting
    reflective (Adjective) : thinking deeply about things; thoughtful
    distinctive (Adjective) : having a quality/characteristic that makes something different and easily noticed ; characteristic progressive (Adjective) : in favour of new ideas, modern methods and change



  1. STRIFE
    1. war
    2. peace
    3. anger
    4. woe

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    peace (Noun) : quietude
    strife (Noun) : angry or violent disagreement between two people/groups of people ; conflict
    war (Noun) : a seris of battles
    anger (Noun) : rage
    woe (Noun) : misery; the troubles and problems that somebody has

    Correct Option: B

    peace (Noun) : quietude
    strife (Noun) : angry or violent disagreement between two people/groups of people ; conflict
    war (Noun) : a seris of battles
    anger (Noun) : rage
    woe (Noun) : misery; the troubles and problems that somebody has