Antonyms


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

  1. IMPECCABLE
    1. perfect
    2. rude
    3. inexact
    4. predict

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    inexact (Adj.) : not accurate or exact.
    impeccable (Adj.) : without mistakes or faults; perfect.

    Correct Option: C

    inexact (Adj.) : not accurate or exact.
    impeccable (Adj.) : without mistakes or faults; perfect.


  1. ALACRITY
    1. liveliness
    2. indifference
    3. promptness
    4. doubt

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    indifference (N.) : a lack of interest.
    alacrity (N.) : great willingness or enthusiasm.

    Correct Option: B

    indifference (N.) : a lack of interest.
    alacrity (N.) : great willingness or enthusiasm.



  1. PLIABLE
    1. rigid
    2. friendly
    3. flexible
    4. applicable

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    rigid (Adj.) : very strict and difficult to change; inflexible.
    pliable (Adj.) : easy to bend without breaking; flexible; easy to influence or control; pliant.

    Correct Option: A

    rigid (Adj.) : very strict and difficult to change; inflexible.
    pliable (Adj.) : easy to bend without breaking; flexible; easy to influence or control; pliant.


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

  1. REDUNDANT
    1. wordy
    2. concise
    3. surplus
    4. repetitions

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    concise (Adj.) : giving only the information that is necessary and important.
    redundant (Adj.) : without a job ; not needed ; surplus ; wordy.

    Correct Option: B

    concise (Adj.) : giving only the information that is necessary and important.
    redundant (Adj.) : without a job ; not needed ; surplus ; wordy.



  1. SUBSEQUENT
    1. aloof
    2. preceding
    3. inferior
    4. dismissive

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    preceding (Adj.) : to happen before something/coming before something in order.
    subsequent (Adj.) : happening or coming after something else

    Correct Option: B

    preceding (Adj.) : to happen before something/coming before something in order.
    subsequent (Adj.) : happening or coming after something else