Antonyms


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

  1. PARTICULARLY
    1. elaborately
    2. generally
    3. comprehensively
    4. entirely

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    generally (Adverb) : in most cases
    particularly (Adverb) : especially ; more than usual
    comprehensively (Adv.) : completely ; thoroughly

    Correct Option: B

    generally (Adverb) : in most cases
    particularly (Adverb) : especially ; more than usual
    comprehensively (Adv.) : completely ; thoroughly


  1. YIELD
    1. respond
    2. survive
    3. attack
    4. resist

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    resisting yield (V) : give way ; to stop resisting somebody/something.

    Correct Option: D

    resisting yield (V) : give way ; to stop resisting somebody/something.



  1. DESECRATION
    1. hopelessness
    2. disbelief
    3. veneration
    4. manifestation

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    veneration (Noun) : having and showing a lot of respect for something
    desecration (Noun) : damaging a holy thing/ place/ treating it without respect
    manifestation (N.) : the act of appearing as a sign that something exists or is happening

    Correct Option: C

    veneration (Noun) : having and showing a lot of respect for something
    desecration (Noun) : damaging a holy thing/ place/ treating it without respect
    manifestation (N.) : the act of appearing as a sign that something exists or is happening


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

  1. OBSCURE
    1. clear
    2. gloomy
    3. unpleasant
    4. dark

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    clear obscure (Adj.) : not well known; not clear; difficult to understand.

    Correct Option: A

    clear obscure (Adj.) : not well known; not clear; difficult to understand.



  1. FLEXIBLE
    1. blunt
    2. rigid
    3. gentle
    4. rough

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    rigid (Adj.) : inflexible, difficult to change; very strict.
    flexible (Adj.) : able to bend; able to change.

    Correct Option: B

    rigid (Adj.) : inflexible, difficult to change; very strict.
    flexible (Adj.) : able to bend; able to change.