Antonyms


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

  1. HUMANE
    1. unkind
    2. living being
    3. person
    4. man

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    unkind humane (Adj.) : showing kindness towards people and animals.

    Correct Option: A

    unkind humane (Adj.) : showing kindness towards people and animals.


  1. FRUGALITY
    1. gaiety
    2. prodigality
    3. enmity
    4. captivity

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    prodigality frugality (Noun) : using as much money as is necessary; meagreness
    gaiety (N.) : the state of being cheerful and full of fun
    captivity (N.) : the state of being kept as a prisoner/in a confined space

    Correct Option: B

    prodigality frugality (Noun) : using as much money as is necessary; meagreness
    gaiety (N.) : the state of being cheerful and full of fun
    captivity (N.) : the state of being kept as a prisoner/in a confined space



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

  1. GROUP
    1. singular
    2. individual
    3. alone
    4. solitary

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    individual (N) : A person considered separately rather than as part of group.
    group (N) : a number of people or things together.
    solitary (Adj.) : living alone.

    Correct Option: B

    individual (N) : A person considered separately rather than as part of group.
    group (N) : a number of people or things together.
    solitary (Adj.) : living alone.


  1. DISSENT
    1. discord
    2. disagreement
    3. unacceptable
    4. agreement

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    agreement dissent (Noun) : disagreement
    discord (N.) : disagreement ; arguing

    Correct Option: D

    agreement dissent (Noun) : disagreement
    discord (N.) : disagreement ; arguing



  1. ACQUIT
    1. despair
    2. mild
    3. smart
    4. condemn

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    condemn (V) : to express strong disapproval; to sentence.
    acquit (V) : to decide and state officially in court that somebody is not guilty of a crime.

    Correct Option: D

    condemn (V) : to express strong disapproval; to sentence.
    acquit (V) : to decide and state officially in court that somebody is not guilty of a crime.