Antonyms


Direction: In the following questions, choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word and mark it in Answer-Sheet.

  1. EVIDENT
    1. definite
    2. careless
    3. clear
    4. obscure

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    obscure (Adjective) : not well–known; unknown
    evident (Adjective) : easily seen; obvious; clear
    definite (Adjective) : sure; certain; unlikely to change; clear
    careless (Adjective) : not being careful
    clear (Adjective) : easy to understand and not causing any confusion

    Correct Option: D

    obscure (Adjective) : not well–known; unknown
    evident (Adjective) : easily seen; obvious; clear
    definite (Adjective) : sure; certain; unlikely to change; clear
    careless (Adjective) : not being careful
    clear (Adjective) : easy to understand and not causing any confusion


  1. SUBLIME
    1. inferior
    2. deficit
    3. ridiculous
    4. crooked

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    inferior (Adjective) : not good or not so good as somebody/ something else
    sublime (Adjective) : of very high quality and causing great admiration
    deficit (Noun) : the amount by which money spent or owed is greater than money earned in a particular period of time ridiculous (Adjective) : very silly or unreasonable; absurd; ludicrous
    crooked (Adjective) : not in a straight line ; bent or twisted

    Correct Option: A

    inferior (Adjective) : not good or not so good as somebody/ something else
    sublime (Adjective) : of very high quality and causing great admiration
    deficit (Noun) : the amount by which money spent or owed is greater than money earned in a particular period of time ridiculous (Adjective) : very silly or unreasonable; absurd; ludicrous
    crooked (Adjective) : not in a straight line ; bent or twisted



  1. LACKADAISICAL
    1. enthusiastic
    2. intelligent
    3. classical
    4. irresponsible

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    enthusiastic (Adjective) : feeling or showing a lot of excitement and interest about somebody/something
    lackadaisical (Adjective) : not showing enough care or enthusiasm
    intelligent (Adjective) : good at learning, understanding and thinking in a logical way
    classical (Adjective) : widely accepted and used for a long time; simple and attractive
    irresponsible (Adjective) : not thinking enough about the effects of what one does; not showing a feeling of responsibility

    Correct Option: A

    enthusiastic (Adjective) : feeling or showing a lot of excitement and interest about somebody/something
    lackadaisical (Adjective) : not showing enough care or enthusiasm
    intelligent (Adjective) : good at learning, understanding and thinking in a logical way
    classical (Adjective) : widely accepted and used for a long time; simple and attractive
    irresponsible (Adjective) : not thinking enough about the effects of what one does; not showing a feeling of responsibility


  1. CURSORY
    1. final
    2. thorough
    3. impulsive
    4. customary

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    thorough (Adjective) : done completely; with great attention to detail; complete
    cursory (Adjective) : done quickly and without giving enough attention to details; brief
    final (Adjective) : being or happening at the end of a series of events, actions, statements, etc
    impulsive (Adjective) : acting suddenly without thinking carefully about what might happen because of what you are doing; rash customary (Adjective) : usual; typical of a particular person; habitual

    Correct Option: B

    thorough (Adjective) : done completely; with great attention to detail; complete
    cursory (Adjective) : done quickly and without giving enough attention to details; brief
    final (Adjective) : being or happening at the end of a series of events, actions, statements, etc
    impulsive (Adjective) : acting suddenly without thinking carefully about what might happen because of what you are doing; rash customary (Adjective) : usual; typical of a particular person; habitual



  1. INSOLENT
    1. arrogant
    2. humble
    3. ashamed
    4. ignorant

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    humble (Adjective) : modest ; showing that you are not or important as other people
    insolent (Adjective) : extremely rude and showing a lack of respect
    arrogant (Adjective) : behaving in a proud, unpleasant way; showing little thought for other people
    ashamed (Adjective) : feeling shame or embarrassment
    ignorant (Adjective) : lacking knowledge or information

    Correct Option: B

    humble (Adjective) : modest ; showing that you are not or important as other people
    insolent (Adjective) : extremely rude and showing a lack of respect
    arrogant (Adjective) : behaving in a proud, unpleasant way; showing little thought for other people
    ashamed (Adjective) : feeling shame or embarrassment
    ignorant (Adjective) : lacking knowledge or information