Antonyms


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

  1. ORDERLY
    1. unclear
    2. valueless
    3. chaotic
    4. incomplete

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    chaotic (Adjective) : in a state of complete confusion and lack of order
    orderly (Adjective) : arranged or organized in a neat, careful and logical way ; tidy ; behaving well ; peaceful
    unclear (Adjective) : not clear or definite; difficult to understand
    valueless (Adjective) : without value or worth; worthless
    incomplete (Adjective) : not finished; not complete

    Correct Option: C

    chaotic (Adjective) : in a state of complete confusion and lack of order
    orderly (Adjective) : arranged or organized in a neat, careful and logical way ; tidy ; behaving well ; peaceful
    unclear (Adjective) : not clear or definite; difficult to understand
    valueless (Adjective) : without value or worth; worthless
    incomplete (Adjective) : not finished; not complete


  1. FAMOUS
    1. obscure
    2. eminent
    3. lenient
    4. fabulous

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    obscure (Adjective) : not known; not well–known; unknown
    famous (Adjective) : well– known; eminent
    eminent (Adjective) : famous
    lenient (Adjective) : not strict
    fabulous (Adjective) : extremely good; very great

    Correct Option: A

    obscure (Adjective) : not known; not well–known; unknown
    famous (Adjective) : well– known; eminent
    eminent (Adjective) : famous
    lenient (Adjective) : not strict
    fabulous (Adjective) : extremely good; very great



  1. ACCOMPLISH
    1. fail
    2. improper
    3. disagreeable
    4. scatter

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    fail (Verb) : not to succeed
    accomplish (Verb) : achieve; to succeed in doing or completing something
    improper (Adjective) : dishonest/ morally wrong; inappropriate
    disagreeable (Adjective) : not nice or enjoyable; unpleasant; rude and unfriendly
    scatter (Verb) : to dispense; to throw, drop or move in different directions

    Correct Option: A

    fail (Verb) : not to succeed
    accomplish (Verb) : achieve; to succeed in doing or completing something
    improper (Adjective) : dishonest/ morally wrong; inappropriate
    disagreeable (Adjective) : not nice or enjoyable; unpleasant; rude and unfriendly
    scatter (Verb) : to dispense; to throw, drop or move in different directions


  1. BLESSING
    1. dull
    2. curse
    3. hurt
    4. harsh

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    curse (Noun) : something that causes harm or evil; a rude or offensive word used with anger
    blessing (Noun) : God’s help and protection; approval or permission; something that is good or helpful
    dull (Adjective) : not interesting or exciting
    hurt (Verb) : injured physically ; to cause physical pain
    harsh (Adjective) : cruel, severe and unkind

    Correct Option: B

    curse (Noun) : something that causes harm or evil; a rude or offensive word used with anger
    blessing (Noun) : God’s help and protection; approval or permission; something that is good or helpful
    dull (Adjective) : not interesting or exciting
    hurt (Verb) : injured physically ; to cause physical pain
    harsh (Adjective) : cruel, severe and unkind



  1. GLOOMY
    1. radiant
    2. fragrant
    3. melodious
    4. illusory

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    radiant (Adjective) : showing great happiness, love or health; giving a warm bright light
    gloomy (Adjective) : nearly dark or badly lit in a way that makes you feel sad; depressing; sad and without hope
    fragrant (Adjective) : having a pleasant smell
    melodious (Adjective) : pleasant to listen to (music)
    illusory (Adjective) : not real, although seeming to be

    Correct Option: A

    radiant (Adjective) : showing great happiness, love or health; giving a warm bright light
    gloomy (Adjective) : nearly dark or badly lit in a way that makes you feel sad; depressing; sad and without hope
    fragrant (Adjective) : having a pleasant smell
    melodious (Adjective) : pleasant to listen to (music)
    illusory (Adjective) : not real, although seeming to be