Antonyms


Direction: In the following questions no.166 to170, out of the four alternatives, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word.

  1. MAMMOTH
    1. quiet
    2. significant
    3. huge
    4. small

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    huge (Adjective) : very large
    mammoth (Adjective) : extremely large ; huge
    quiet (Adjective) : making very little noise
    significant (Adjective) : large or important enough to have an effect or to be noticed
    small (Adjective) : very diminuitive in size

    Correct Option: C

    huge (Adjective) : very large
    mammoth (Adjective) : extremely large ; huge
    quiet (Adjective) : making very little noise
    significant (Adjective) : large or important enough to have an effect or to be noticed
    small (Adjective) : very diminuitive in size


  1. DISCORD
    1. harmony
    2. serenity
    3. acceptance
    4. placidity

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    harmony (Noun) : a state of peaceful existence and agreement
    discord (Noun): dis-agreement; arguing
    serenity (Noun) : the state of being calm and peaceful
    acceptance (Noun) : the state of accepting
    placidity (Noun) : being not easily excited or irritated

    Correct Option: A

    harmony (Noun) : a state of peaceful existence and agreement
    discord (Noun): dis-agreement; arguing
    serenity (Noun) : the state of being calm and peaceful
    acceptance (Noun) : the state of accepting
    placidity (Noun) : being not easily excited or irritated



  1. DIVULGE
    1. conceal
    2. disguise
    3. oppress
    4. reveal

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    conceal (Verb) : to hide
    divulge (Verb) : reveal; to give somebody information that is supposed to be secret
    disguise (Verb) : to hide or change so that the thing may not be recognized
    oppress (Verb) : to treat in a cruel and unfair way by not giving the same rights, freedom etc.
    reveal (Verb) : disclose; to make something known to somebody; display

    Correct Option: A

    conceal (Verb) : to hide
    divulge (Verb) : reveal; to give somebody information that is supposed to be secret
    disguise (Verb) : to hide or change so that the thing may not be recognized
    oppress (Verb) : to treat in a cruel and unfair way by not giving the same rights, freedom etc.
    reveal (Verb) : disclose; to make something known to somebody; display


  1. INOFFENSIVE
    1. sensitive
    2. organic
    3. sensible
    4. rude

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    rude (Adjective) : impolite; showing a lack of respect
    inoffensive (Adjective) : not likely to offend or upset anyone
    sensitive (Adjective) : easily offended or upset
    organic (Adjective) : produced or practised without using artificial chemicals
    sensible (Adjective) : able to make good judgements based on reason and experience rather than emotion

    Correct Option: D

    rude (Adjective) : impolite; showing a lack of respect
    inoffensive (Adjective) : not likely to offend or upset anyone
    sensitive (Adjective) : easily offended or upset
    organic (Adjective) : produced or practised without using artificial chemicals
    sensible (Adjective) : able to make good judgements based on reason and experience rather than emotion



  1. INVINCIBLE
    1. small
    2. invisible
    3. vulnerable
    4. reachable

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    vulnerable (Adjective) : weak and easily hurt physically or emotionally
    invincible (Adjective) : too strong to be defeated or changed; unconquerable
    small (Adjective) : very diminuitive in size
    invisible (Adjective) : that cannot be seen
    reachable (Adjective) : that is possible to reach

    Correct Option: C

    vulnerable (Adjective) : weak and easily hurt physically or emotionally
    invincible (Adjective) : too strong to be defeated or changed; unconquerable
    small (Adjective) : very diminuitive in size
    invisible (Adjective) : that cannot be seen
    reachable (Adjective) : that is possible to reach