Antonyms


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

  1. CALCULATIVE
    1. naive
    2. gentle
    3. docile
    4. careful

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    naive (Adj.) : lacking experience of life, knowledge; innocent or simple; artless.
    calculative (Adj.) : carefully planned to get what you want. docile : quiet and easy to control.

    Correct Option: A

    naive (Adj.) : lacking experience of life, knowledge; innocent or simple; artless.
    calculative (Adj.) : carefully planned to get what you want. docile : quiet and easy to control.


  1. REVOKE
    1. negate
    2. annul
    3. invalidate
    4. implement

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    implement (Verb) : to make something that has been officially decided to start, to happen or be used; carry out
    revoke (Verb) : to officially cancel something so that it is no longer valid; invalidate
    negate (V.) : to stop something from having any effect ; nullify
    annul (V.) : to state officially that something is no longer legally valid
    invalidate (V.) : to prove that an idea, a story, an argument, etc. is wrong

    Correct Option: D

    implement (Verb) : to make something that has been officially decided to start, to happen or be used; carry out
    revoke (Verb) : to officially cancel something so that it is no longer valid; invalidate
    negate (V.) : to stop something from having any effect ; nullify
    annul (V.) : to state officially that something is no longer legally valid
    invalidate (V.) : to prove that an idea, a story, an argument, etc. is wrong



  1. ENCOURAGED
    1. opposed
    2. mugged
    3. supported
    4. dispirited

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    oppose (V.) : to disagree.
    encourage (V.) : to give support

    Correct Option: A

    oppose (V.) : to disagree.
    encourage (V.) : to give support


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

  1. CAUTIOUS
    1. unreasonable
    2. careful
    3. illogical
    4. reckless

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    reckless (Adj.) : showing a lack of care about danger and the possible results of your actions; rash.
    cautious (Adj.) : being careful about what you say or do.

    Correct Option: D

    reckless (Adj.) : showing a lack of care about danger and the possible results of your actions; rash.
    cautious (Adj.) : being careful about what you say or do.



  1. LIBERTY
    1. freedom
    2. liberation
    3. bondage
    4. crowded

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    bondage (N) : the state of being a slave or prisoner; slavery.
    liberty (N) : freedom, liberation.

    Correct Option: C

    bondage (N) : the state of being a slave or prisoner; slavery.
    liberty (N) : freedom, liberation.