Antonyms


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

  1. DYNAMIC
    1. static
    2. stupid
    3. strange
    4. stout

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    static (Adjective) : not moving, changing or developing
    dynamic (Adjective) : always changing; producing movement
    stupid (Adjective) : foolish
    strange (Adjective) : unusual
    stout (Adjective) : plump; fat; strong and thick; brave and determined

    Correct Option: A

    static (Adjective) : not moving, changing or developing
    dynamic (Adjective) : always changing; producing movement
    stupid (Adjective) : foolish
    strange (Adjective) : unusual
    stout (Adjective) : plump; fat; strong and thick; brave and determined


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

  1. FELICITY
    1. innocence
    2. sorrow
    3. mimicry
    4. infidelity

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    sorrow (Noun) : sadness
    felicity (Noun) : great happincess ; the quality of being well– chosen or suitable
    innocence (Noun) : lack of knowledge and experience of the world
    mimicry (Noun) : the action or skill of being able to copy the voice of others
    infidelity (Noun) : unfaithfulness; the act of not being faithful to your partner

    Correct Option: B

    sorrow (Noun) : sadness
    felicity (Noun) : great happincess ; the quality of being well– chosen or suitable
    innocence (Noun) : lack of knowledge and experience of the world
    mimicry (Noun) : the action or skill of being able to copy the voice of others
    infidelity (Noun) : unfaithfulness; the act of not being faithful to your partner



  1. INDOMITABLE
    1. adamant
    2. certain
    3. arrogant
    4. cowardly

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    cowardly (Adjective) : lacking courage ; having no courage
    indomitable (Adjective) : not willing to accept defeat, even in a difficult situation; very brave and determined
    adamant (Adjective) : determined not to change your mind
    certain (Adjective) : that you can rely on; happening to be true
    arrogant (Adjective) : behaving in a proud, unpleasant way

    Correct Option: D

    cowardly (Adjective) : lacking courage ; having no courage
    indomitable (Adjective) : not willing to accept defeat, even in a difficult situation; very brave and determined
    adamant (Adjective) : determined not to change your mind
    certain (Adjective) : that you can rely on; happening to be true
    arrogant (Adjective) : behaving in a proud, unpleasant way


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

  1. INDIFFERENT
    1. restless
    2. inattentive
    3. attentive
    4. reliable

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    attentive (Adjective) : listening/watching carefully and with interest
    indifferent (Adjective) : showing no interest; inattentive
    restless (Adjective) : disturbed; agitated
    inattentive (Adjective) : not attentive
    reliable (Adjective) : dependable

    Correct Option: C

    attentive (Adjective) : listening/watching carefully and with interest
    indifferent (Adjective) : showing no interest; inattentive
    restless (Adjective) : disturbed; agitated
    inattentive (Adjective) : not attentive
    reliable (Adjective) : dependable



  1. AGITATE
    1. please
    2. disturb
    3. pacify
    4. rouse

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    pacify (Verb) : to make somebody who is angry or upset become calm and quiet
    agitate (Verb) : to argue strongly; to make somebody feel angry; to rouse
    please (Verb) : to make someone happy
    disturb (Verb) : to interrupt someone
    rouse (Verb) : to make somebody angry

    Correct Option: C

    pacify (Verb) : to make somebody who is angry or upset become calm and quiet
    agitate (Verb) : to argue strongly; to make somebody feel angry; to rouse
    please (Verb) : to make someone happy
    disturb (Verb) : to interrupt someone
    rouse (Verb) : to make somebody angry