Antonyms


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

  1. Verity
    1. Sanctity
    2. Reverence
    3. Falsehood
    4. Rarity

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    The word Verity (Noun) means: a belief or principle about life that is accepted as true; truth.

    Correct Option: C

    The word Verity (Noun) means : a belief or principle about life that is accepted as true; truth. Hence, the words verity and falsehood are antonymous.


  1. Meandering
    1. Sliding
    2. Slopping
    3. Strained
    4. Straight

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    The word Meandering (Adjective) means : not straight; curved; a course that does not follow a straight path.

    Correct Option: D

    The word Meandering (Adjective) means : not straight; curved; a course that does not follow a straight path.
    Hence, the words meandering and straight are antonymous.



  1. Grotesque
    1. Natural
    2. Odd
    3. Whimsical
    4. Sinful

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    The word Grotesque (Adjective) means : strange in a way that is unpleasant : extremely ugly, unusual

    Correct Option: A

    The word Grotesque (Adjective) means: strange in a way that is unpleasant: extremely ugly, unusual
    Hence, the words grotesque and natural are antonyms.


  1. Cultivated
    1. Crude
    2. Genteel
    3. Suave
    4. Refined

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    The word cultivated (Adjective) means : Educated. It’s antonym should be : Crude.

    Correct Option: A

    The word cultivated (Adjective) means: Eductated. It’s antonym should be: Crude.



  1. Appreciation
    1. Aspersions
    2. Admiration
    3. Commendation
    4. Compliment

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    The meaning of word Appreciation (Noun) is: Thankfulness. It’s antonym should be : Aspersions, e.g, to criticize harshly.

    Correct Option: A

    The meaning of word Appreciation (Noun) is: Thankfulness. It’s antonym should be: Aspersions, e.g, to criticize harshly.