Antonyms


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

  1. NEAT
    1. sloppy
    2. fragrant
    3. spruce
    4. orderly

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    sloppy (Adjective) : that shows a lack of care, thought or effort ; baggy
    neat (Adjective) : tidy and in order ; carefully done/arranged; trim
    fragrant (Adjective) : having a pleasant smell
    spruce (Adjective) : neat and clear in appearance
    orderly (Adjective) : in arranged manner

    Correct Option: A

    sloppy (Adjective) : that shows a lack of care, thought or effort ; baggy
    neat (Adjective) : tidy and in order ; carefully done/arranged; trim
    fragrant (Adjective) : having a pleasant smell
    spruce (Adjective) : neat and clear in appearance
    orderly (Adjective) : in arranged manner


  1. NEGLIGENT
    1. inattentive
    2. imprudent
    3. insignificant
    4. careful

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    careful (Adjective) : very diligent
    negligent (Adjective) : failing to give enough care or attention ; relaxed; not formal or awkward ; non–chalant
    inattentive (Adjective) : not paying attention
    imprudent (Adjective) : not wise or sensible ; unwise
    insignificant (Adjective) : not big/valuable enough to be considered important

    Correct Option: D

    careful (Adjective) : very diligent
    negligent (Adjective) : failing to give enough care or attention ; relaxed; not formal or awkward ; non–chalant
    inattentive (Adjective) : not paying attention
    imprudent (Adjective) : not wise or sensible ; unwise
    insignificant (Adjective) : not big/valuable enough to be considered important



  1. VANITY
    1. honesty
    2. truthfulness
    3. modesty
    4. decency

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    modesty (Noun) : the fact of talking much about your abilities or possessions; decorum
    vanity (Noun) : too much pride in your own appearance, abilities
    or achievements ; the quality of being unimportant compared with other things that are important
    honesty (Noun) : truthfulness
    truthfulness (Noun) : honesty
    decency (Noun) : honest, polite behaviour that follows accepted moral standards and shows respect for others

    Correct Option: C

    modesty (Noun) : the fact of talking much about your abilities or possessions; decorum
    vanity (Noun) : too much pride in your own appearance, abilities
    or achievements ; the quality of being unimportant compared with other things that are important
    honesty (Noun) : truthfulness
    truthfulness (Noun) : honesty
    decency (Noun) : honest, polite behaviour that follows accepted moral standards and shows respect for others


  1. BLOCK
    1. clean
    2. ease
    3. cure
    4. clear

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    clear (Verb) : to move freely again ; not to be blocked; to remove something
    block (Verb) : to obstruct; to hinder ; to stop something from moving
    clean (Verb) : remove dirt/ unwanted substances
    ease (Verb) : to relax; to reduce ; to move somebody/something
    cure (Verb) : to make an illness go away

    Correct Option: D

    clear (Verb) : to move freely again ; not to be blocked; to remove something
    block (Verb) : to obstruct; to hinder ; to stop something from moving
    clean (Verb) : remove dirt/ unwanted substances
    ease (Verb) : to relax; to reduce ; to move somebody/something
    cure (Verb) : to make an illness go away



  1. WICKED
    1. cunning
    2. good
    3. tricky
    4. crooked

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    good (Adjective) : smart and apt
    wicked (Adjective) : morally bad; evil ; mischievous
    cunning (Adjective) : crafty; wily ; clever and skilful
    tricky (Adjective) : difficult to do/deal with ; clever but likely to trick you
    crooked (Adjective) : dishonest

    Correct Option: B

    good (Adjective) : smart and apt
    wicked (Adjective) : morally bad; evil ; mischievous
    cunning (Adjective) : crafty; wily ; clever and skilful
    tricky (Adjective) : difficult to do/deal with ; clever but likely to trick you
    crooked (Adjective) : dishonest