Antonyms


Direction: Choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word.

  1. ADMONISH
    1. condemn
    2. bless
    3. praise
    4. congratulate

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    praise (Verb) : to express your approval of or admiration for somebody/something ; compliment
    admonish (Verb) : to tell somebody firmly that you do not approve of something that he has done ; to advise somebody strongly to do something
    condemn (Verb) : to express very strong disapproval of somebody/ something ; to say what somebody’s punishment will be
    bless (Verb) : to ask God to protect somebody/something
    congratulate (Verb) : to tell somebody that you are pleased about his success or achievements

    Correct Option: C

    praise (Verb) : to express your approval of or admiration for somebody/something ; compliment
    admonish (Verb) : to tell somebody firmly that you do not approve of something that he has done ; to advise somebody strongly to do something
    condemn (Verb) : to express very strong disapproval of somebody/ something ; to say what somebody’s punishment will be
    bless (Verb) : to ask God to protect somebody/something
    congratulate (Verb) : to tell somebody that you are pleased about his success or achievements


  1. PREDILECTION
    1. acceptance
    2. attraction
    3. dislike
    4. choice

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    dislike (Noun) : a feeling of not liking
    predilection (Noun) : liking ; preference
    acceptance (Noun) : the act of accepting something
    attraction (Noun) : a feeling of liking somebody ; an interesting or enjoyable place to go
    choice (Noun) : an act of choosing between two or more possibilities; the right to choose or the possibility of choosing

    Correct Option: C

    dislike (Noun) : a feeling of not liking
    predilection (Noun) : liking ; preference
    acceptance (Noun) : the act of accepting something
    attraction (Noun) : a feeling of liking somebody ; an interesting or enjoyable place to go
    choice (Noun) : an act of choosing between two or more possibilities; the right to choose or the possibility of choosing



  1. PROTEAN
    1. amateur
    2. catholic
    3. unchanging
    4. rapid

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    unchanging (Adjective) : that always stays the same and does not change
    protean (Adjective) : able to change quickly and easily
    amateur (Adjective) : doing something for interest or enjoyment, not as a job
    catholic (Adjective) : including many or most things
    rapid (Adjective) : done or happening very quickly ; happening in a short period of time

    Correct Option: C

    unchanging (Adjective) : that always stays the same and does not change
    protean (Adjective) : able to change quickly and easily
    amateur (Adjective) : doing something for interest or enjoyment, not as a job
    catholic (Adjective) : including many or most things
    rapid (Adjective) : done or happening very quickly ; happening in a short period of time


  1. IN TOTO
    1. bluntly
    2. partially
    3. entirely
    4. strongly

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    partially (Adverb) : partly ; not completely in
    toto (Adverb) : completely ; including all parts.
    bluntly (Adverb) : in a very direct way, without trying to be polite or kind
    entirely (Adverb) : in every way possible ; completely
    strongly (Adverb) : in a strong manner

    Correct Option: B

    partially (Adverb) : partly ; not completely in
    toto (Adverb) : completely ; including all parts.
    bluntly (Adverb) : in a very direct way, without trying to be polite or kind
    entirely (Adverb) : in every way possible ; completely
    strongly (Adverb) : in a strong manner



  1. DESPAIR
    1. belief
    2. trust
    3. hope
    4. faith

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    hope (Noun) : a belief that something you want will happen
    despair (Noun) : the feeling of having lost all hope
    belief (Noun) : a strong feeling that something or somebody exists or is true
    trust (Noun) : the belief that somebody/something is good, sincere, honest, etc. and will not try to harm or trick you
    faith (Noun) : trust in somebody's ability or knowledge.

    Correct Option: C

    hope (Noun) : a belief that something you want will happen
    despair (Noun) : the feeling of having lost all hope
    belief (Noun) : a strong feeling that something or somebody exists or is true
    trust (Noun) : the belief that somebody/something is good, sincere, honest, etc. and will not try to harm or trick you
    faith (Noun) : trust in somebody's ability or knowledge.