Antonyms


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

  1. AGONY
    1. conflict
    2. sorrow
    3. misery
    4. ecstasy

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    ecstasy (N.) : a feeling or state of very great happiness; bliss
    agony (N.) : extreme physical or mental pain

    Correct Option: D

    ecstasy (N.) : a feeling or state of very great happiness; bliss
    agony (N.) : extreme physical or mental pain


  1. PROFUSE
    1. sacred
    2. ambiguous
    3. meager
    4. adverse

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    meagre/meager (Adj.) : small in quantity and poor in quality ; paltry
    profuse (Adj.) : produced in large amounts

    Correct Option: C

    meagre/meager (Adj.) : small in quantity and poor in quality ; paltry
    profuse (Adj.) : produced in large amounts



  1. ERUDITE
    1. unimaginative
    2. immature
    3. ignorant
    4. professional

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    ignorant (Adj.) : lacking knowledge or information about something ; not educated.
    erudite (Adj.) : having or showing great knowledge ; learned

    Correct Option: C

    ignorant (Adj.) : lacking knowledge or information about something ; not educated.
    erudite (Adj.) : having or showing great knowledge ; learned


Direction: In the following questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given word.

  1. SYNOPSIS
    1. discussion
    2. preview
    3. summary
    4. report

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    summary synopsis (N.) : a summary of a piece of writing, a play etc.

    Correct Option: C

    summary synopsis (N.) : a summary of a piece of writing, a play etc.



  1. BRAZEN
    1. modest
    2. melodramatic
    3. shameless
    4. trashy

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    shameless brazen (Adj.) : shameless ; open and without shame.

    Correct Option: C

    shameless brazen (Adj.) : shameless ; open and without shame.