Antonyms


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

  1. ACCUSATION
    1. encouragement
    2. complaint
    3. felicitation
    4. exculpation

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    exculpation (Noun): stating officially that somebody is not guilty.
    accusation (Noun) : to say someone guilty of doing something wrong.

    Correct Option: D

    exculpation (Noun): stating officially that somebody is not guilty.
    accusation (Noun) : to say someone guilty of doing something wrong.


  1. GUILTY
    1. dubious
    2. honest
    3. innocent
    4. sorry

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    innocent (Adjective) : not guilty of a crime.
    guilty (Adjective) : having done something illegal; being responsible for something bad.

    Correct Option: C

    innocent (Adjective) : not guilty of a crime.
    guilty (Adjective) : having done something illegal; being responsible for something bad.



  1. BIZARRE
    1. droll
    2. ridiculous
    3. ordinary
    4. comical

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    ordinary (Adjective) : not unusual.
    bizarre (Adjective): very strange or unusual; weird.

    Correct Option: C

    ordinary (Adjective) : not unusual.
    bizarre (Adjective): very strange or unusual; weird.


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

  1. GRIEVE
    1. agony
    2. moan
    3. rejoice
    4. sadness

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    rejoice (Verb) : to express great happiness about something.
    grieve (Verb) : to feel very sad because somebody has died; pain.

    Correct Option: C

    rejoice (Verb) : to express great happiness about something.
    grieve (Verb) : to feel very sad because somebody has died; pain.



  1. ENDURING
    1. abiding
    2. unwavering
    3. transient
    4. transitory

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    transient (Adjective) : continuing for a short time; fleeting; temporary.
    enduring (Adjective) : lasting for a long time

    Correct Option: C

    transient (Adjective) : continuing for a short time; fleeting; temporary.
    enduring (Adjective) : lasting for a long time