Antonyms


  1. In the following question, out of the four alternatives, choose the word which is opposite in meaning to the given word.
    IMMENSE
    1. Huge
    2. Innocuous
    3. Tiny
    4. Gigantic

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    Tiny (Adjective) = very/ extremely small.
    Immense (Adjective) = extremely large or great; huge; vast; massive, enormous; gigantic. Look at the sentences : The cost of restoration of the Taj Mahal has been immense. The glass shattered into a thousand tiny pieces.

    Correct Option: C

    Tiny (Adjective) = very/ extremely small.
    Immense (Adjective) = extremely large or great; huge; vast; massive, enormous; gigantic. Look at the sentences : The cost of restoration of the Taj Mahal has been immense. The glass shattered into a thousand tiny pieces.


  1. In the following question, out of the four alternatives, choose the word which is opposite in meaning to the given word.
    INGENIOUS
    1. Brilliant
    2. Pedestrian
    3. Crafty
    4. Original

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    Pedestrian (Adjective) = lacking inspiration or excitement; dull; uninspired; uncreative.
    Ingenious (Adjective) = very suitable for a particular purpose; creative; resourceful, insightful; original. Look at the sentences : He was ingenious enough to overcome the limited budget. He lived a pedestrian life, working at the paper mill and living in his trailer.

    Correct Option: B

    Pedestrian (Adjective) = lacking inspiration or excitement; dull; uninspired; uncreative.
    Ingenious (Adjective) = very suitable for a particular purpose; creative; resourceful, insightful; original. Look at the sentences : He was ingenious enough to overcome the limited budget. He lived a pedestrian life, working at the paper mill and living in his trailer.



  1. In the following question, out of the four alternatives, choose the word which is opposite in meaning to the given word.
    REASSURE
    1. Comfort
    2. Console
    3. Inspire
    4. Discourage

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    Discourage (Verb) : cause to lose confidence or enthusiasm; dishearten; disappoint.
    Reassure (Verb) = to say or do something to remove the doubts and fear of someone; encourage, hearten. Look at the sentences : He understood her feelings and tried to reassure her. The thought of how much work she had to do discouraged her.

    Correct Option: D

    Discourage (Verb) : cause to lose confidence or enthusiasm; dishearten; disappoint.
    Reassure (Verb) = to say or do something to remove the doubts and fear of someone; encourage, hearten. Look at the sentences : He understood her feelings and tried to reassure her. The thought of how much work she had to do discouraged her.


  1. In the following question, out of the four alternatives, choose the word which is opposite in meaning to the given word.
    INFIRM
    1. Strong
    2. Weak
    3. Supporter
    4. Believer

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    Strong (Adjective) : powerful; having the power to perfom physically demanding tasks.
    Infirm (Adjective) = ill/sick and weak; not physically or mentally strong; trail. Look at the sentences : Those who were old or infirm were given government aid after the flood. She cut through the water with her strong arms.

    Correct Option: A

    Strong (Adjective) : powerful; having the power to perfom physically demanding tasks.
    Infirm (Adjective) = ill/sick and weak; not physically or mentally strong; trail. Look at the sentences : Those who were old or infirm were given government aid after the flood. She cut through the water with her strong arms.



  1. In the following question, out of the four alternatives, choose the word which is opposite in meaning to the given word.
    TREACHERY
    1. Betrayal
    2. Muling
    3. Loyalty
    4. Rebellion

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    Loyalty (Noun)= allegiance; faithfulness; fidelity; obedience.
    Treachery (Noun) = betrayal of trust; betrayal; disloyalty; infidelity back–stabbing; faithlessness. Look at the sentences : Any threat to this peace must be treated as an act of treachery – a traitor’s action. My loyalties to my family come before anything else.

    Correct Option: C

    Loyalty (Noun)= allegiance; faithfulness; fidelity; obedience.
    Treachery (Noun) = betrayal of trust; betrayal; disloyalty; infidelity back–stabbing; faithlessness. Look at the sentences : Any threat to this peace must be treated as an act of treachery – a traitor’s action. My loyalties to my family come before anything else.