Antonyms


Direction: In the following questions, choose the word opposite in meani1ng to the given word.

  1. ECCENTRICITY
    1. normalcy
    2. similarity
    3. equality
    4. clarity

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    normalcy (Noun) : a situation where everything is normal; normality
    eccentricity (Noun) : behaviour that people think is strange or unusual ; the quality of being unusual and different from other people
    similarity (Noun) : the state of being alike but not exactly the same ; resemblance
    equality (Noun) : the fact of being equal in rights, status, advantages, etc.
    clarity (Noun) : the quality of being expressed clearly

    Correct Option: A

    normalcy (Noun) : a situation where everything is normal; normality
    eccentricity (Noun) : behaviour that people think is strange or unusual ; the quality of being unusual and different from other people
    similarity (Noun) : the state of being alike but not exactly the same ; resemblance
    equality (Noun) : the fact of being equal in rights, status, advantages, etc.
    clarity (Noun) : the quality of being expressed clearly


  1. SUBLIME
    1. amusing
    2. ludicrous
    3. hilarious
    4. mean

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    ludicrous (Adjective) : unreasonable; absurd; ridiculous
    sublime (Adjective) : of very high quality and causing great admiration
    amusing (Adjective) : funny and enjoyable
    hilarious (Adjective) : extremely funny
    mean (Adjective) : not generous

    Correct Option: B

    ludicrous (Adjective) : unreasonable; absurd; ridiculous
    sublime (Adjective) : of very high quality and causing great admiration
    amusing (Adjective) : funny and enjoyable
    hilarious (Adjective) : extremely funny
    mean (Adjective) : not generous



  1. TIMOROUS
    1. trembling
    2. cowardly
    3. bright
    4. bold

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    bold (Adjective) : brave and confident; having a strong clean appearance
    timorous (Adjective) : nervous and easily frightened; timid
    trembling (Adjective) : having a feeling of nervousness, excitement, fright; quivering
    cowardly (Adjective) : lacking courage
    bright (Adjective) : full of light ; cheerful and lively; intelligent

    Correct Option: D

    bold (Adjective) : brave and confident; having a strong clean appearance
    timorous (Adjective) : nervous and easily frightened; timid
    trembling (Adjective) : having a feeling of nervousness, excitement, fright; quivering
    cowardly (Adjective) : lacking courage
    bright (Adjective) : full of light ; cheerful and lively; intelligent


  1. BREADTH
    1. shortness
    2. narrowness
    3. lightness
    4. thickness

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    narrowness (Noun) : the state of being narrow ; restrictedness
    breadth (Noun) : width ; how broad or wide something is
    shortness (Noun) : the state of being short
    lightness (Noun) : the state of being light; not heavy
    thickness (Noun) : the state of being thick

    Correct Option: B

    narrowness (Noun) : the state of being narrow ; restrictedness
    breadth (Noun) : width ; how broad or wide something is
    shortness (Noun) : the state of being short
    lightness (Noun) : the state of being light; not heavy
    thickness (Noun) : the state of being thick



  1. HOSTILE
    1. friendly
    2. sudden
    3. costly
    4. unfair

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    friendly (Adjective) : behaving in a kind and pleasant way
    hostile (Adjective) : very unfriendly or aggressive and ready to argue or fight
    sudden (Adjective) : happening or done quickly and unexpectedly
    costly (Adjective) : expensive; costing a lot of money
    unfair (Adjective) : not right; unjust

    Correct Option: A

    friendly (Adjective) : behaving in a kind and pleasant way
    hostile (Adjective) : very unfriendly or aggressive and ready to argue or fight
    sudden (Adjective) : happening or done quickly and unexpectedly
    costly (Adjective) : expensive; costing a lot of money
    unfair (Adjective) : not right; unjust