Antonyms


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

  1. ADULTERATION
    1. purification
    2. normalization
    3. rejuvenation
    4. consternation

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    purification (Noun) : cleaning by getting rid of impurities
    adulteration (Noun) : being mixed with unnecessary materials
    normalization (Noun) : the imposing of a standard
    rejuvenation (Noun) : the phenomenon of vitality and freshness being restored
    consternation (Noun) : a worried, sad feeling after you have received an unpleasant surprise; dismay

    Correct Option: A

    purification (Noun) : cleaning by getting rid of impurities
    adulteration (Noun) : being mixed with unnecessary materials
    normalization (Noun) : the imposing of a standard
    rejuvenation (Noun) : the phenomenon of vitality and freshness being restored
    consternation (Noun) : a worried, sad feeling after you have received an unpleasant surprise; dismay


  1. UNITARY
    1. single
    2. triple
    3. multiple
    4. double

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    multiple (Adjective) : many in number
    unitary (Adjective) : single; forming one unit
    single (Adjective) : one in number
    triple (Adjective) : three in number
    double (Adjective) : two in number

    Correct Option: C

    multiple (Adjective) : many in number
    unitary (Adjective) : single; forming one unit
    single (Adjective) : one in number
    triple (Adjective) : three in number
    double (Adjective) : two in number



  1. AMORPHOUS
    1. amoral
    2. definite
    3. perfect
    4. irregular

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    definite (Adjective) : sure or certain; unlikely to change; obvious; clear
    amorphous (Adjective) : having no definite shape, form or structure; shapeless
    amoral (Adjective) : not following any moral rules and not caring about right and wrong
    perfect (Adjective) : having everything that is necessary
    irregular (Adjective) : having no definite shape

    Correct Option: B

    definite (Adjective) : sure or certain; unlikely to change; obvious; clear
    amorphous (Adjective) : having no definite shape, form or structure; shapeless
    amoral (Adjective) : not following any moral rules and not caring about right and wrong
    perfect (Adjective) : having everything that is necessary
    irregular (Adjective) : having no definite shape


  1. ABUSIVE
    1. laudatory
    2. profuse
    3. effusive
    4. Noble

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    laudatory (Adjective) : expressing praise/admiration
    abusive (Adjective) : rude and offensive
    profuse (Adjective) : produced in large amounts
    effensive (Adjective) : showing much/too much emotion
    noble (Adjective) : having fine personal qualities that people admire

    Correct Option: A

    laudatory (Adjective) : expressing praise/admiration
    abusive (Adjective) : rude and offensive
    profuse (Adjective) : produced in large amounts
    effensive (Adjective) : showing much/too much emotion
    noble (Adjective) : having fine personal qualities that people admire



  1. DEBACLE
    1. success
    2. response
    3. acceptance
    4. agreement

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    success (Noun) : achievement
    debacle (Noun) : an event or a situation that is a complete failure and causes embarrassment
    response (Noun) : a spoken/ written answer
    acceptance (Noun) : the act of accepting/agreeing
    agreement (Noun) : the act of agreeing

    Correct Option: A

    success (Noun) : achievement
    debacle (Noun) : an event or a situation that is a complete failure and causes embarrassment
    response (Noun) : a spoken/ written answer
    acceptance (Noun) : the act of accepting/agreeing
    agreement (Noun) : the act of agreeing