Antonyms


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

  1. VIRTUE
    1. fault
    2. vice
    3. anger
    4. ill-temper

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    vice (N) : evil or immoral behaviour.
    virtue (N) : high moral attitude; good quality.

    Correct Option: B

    vice (N) : evil or immoral behaviour.
    virtue (N) : high moral attitude; good quality.


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

  1. DUBIOUS
    1. shady
    2. delirious
    3. laconic
    4. certain

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    certain (Adjective) : having no doubts
    dubious (Adjective) : doubtful; uncertain; uncertain
    delirious (Adj.) : extremely excited and happy
    laconic (Adj.) : using only a few words to say something

    Correct Option: D

    certain (Adjective) : having no doubts
    dubious (Adjective) : doubtful; uncertain; uncertain
    delirious (Adj.) : extremely excited and happy
    laconic (Adj.) : using only a few words to say something



  1. HEIGHTEN
    1. widen
    2. decrease
    3. strengthen
    4. dissolve

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    decrease (V) : to make or become smaller.
    heighten (V) : make stronger; strengthen; intensify; increase.

    Correct Option: B

    decrease (V) : to make or become smaller.
    heighten (V) : make stronger; strengthen; intensify; increase.


  1. BARBAROUS
    1. ancient
    2. civilized
    3. gentle
    4. savage

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    civilized (Adj.) : wellorganized socially with a very developed culture and way of life
    barbarous (Adjective) : coarse; extremely cruel and shocking; uncivilized; showing a lack of education and good manners
    savage (Adj.) : aggressive and violent ; causing great harm

    Correct Option: B

    civilized (Adj.) : wellorganized socially with a very developed culture and way of life
    barbarous (Adjective) : coarse; extremely cruel and shocking; uncivilized; showing a lack of education and good manners
    savage (Adj.) : aggressive and violent ; causing great harm



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

  1. REPULSIVE
    1. disgusting
    2. attractive
    3. unpleasant
    4. hateful

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    attractive repulsive (Adj.) : causing somebody move away; causing dislike; disgusting.

    Correct Option: A

    attractive repulsive (Adj.) : causing somebody move away; causing dislike; disgusting.