Antonyms


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

  1. AMPLE
    1. sufficient
    2. minimal
    3. meagre
    4. optimal

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    disappear (Verb) : to vanish; to stop existing
    emerge (Verb) : to come out ; to appear ; to become known ; to transpire
    fall (Verb) : to drop from a higher to a lower level
    mark (Verb) : to indicate ; to characterize
    fade (Verb) : to become/make something paler/less bright

    Correct Option: C

    disappear (Verb) : to vanish; to stop existing
    emerge (Verb) : to come out ; to appear ; to become known ; to transpire
    fall (Verb) : to drop from a higher to a lower level
    mark (Verb) : to indicate ; to characterize
    fade (Verb) : to become/make something paler/less bright


  1. EMERGE
    1. disappear
    2. fall
    3. mark
    4. fade

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    disappear (Verb) : to vanish; to stop existing
    emerge (Verb) : to come out ; to appear ; to become known ; to transpire
    fall (Verb) : to drop from a higher to a lower level
    mark (Verb) : to indicate ; to characterize
    fade (Verb) : to become/make something paler/less bright

    Correct Option: A

    disappear (Verb) : to vanish; to stop existing
    emerge (Verb) : to come out ; to appear ; to become known ; to transpire
    fall (Verb) : to drop from a higher to a lower level
    mark (Verb) : to indicate ; to characterize
    fade (Verb) : to become/make something paler/less bright



  1. MALICIOUS
    1. malevolent
    2. spiteful
    3. baneful
    4. benign

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    benign (Adjective) : kind and gentle; not hurting anybody; not dangerous or likely to cause death
    malicious (Adjective) : spiteful; malevolent ; having/showing hatred and a desire to harm/hurt
    malevolent (Adjective) : malicious; wicked; having/showing desire to harm other people
    spiteful (Adjective) : malicious
    baneful (Adjective) : evil/causing evil

    Correct Option: D

    benign (Adjective) : kind and gentle; not hurting anybody; not dangerous or likely to cause death
    malicious (Adjective) : spiteful; malevolent ; having/showing hatred and a desire to harm/hurt
    malevolent (Adjective) : malicious; wicked; having/showing desire to harm other people
    spiteful (Adjective) : malicious
    baneful (Adjective) : evil/causing evil


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

  1. UNPREDICTABLE
    1. pliable
    2. reliable
    3. possible
    4. potential

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    reliable (Adjective) : dependable ; that can be trusted
    unpredictable (Adjective) : that cannot be predicted because it changes a lot
    pliable (Adjective) : flexible ; easy to influence
    possible (Adjective) : that can be done/achieved
    potential (Noun) : possible

    Correct Option: B

    reliable (Adjective) : dependable ; that can be trusted
    unpredictable (Adjective) : that cannot be predicted because it changes a lot
    pliable (Adjective) : flexible ; easy to influence
    possible (Adjective) : that can be done/achieved
    potential (Noun) : possible



  1. INCLUDE
    1. embrace
    2. embody
    3. eliminate
    4. enclose

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    eliminate (Verb) : to remove/ get rid of/defeat/kill/knock out
    include (Verb) : to make somebody/something a part of something
    embrace (Verb) : to hug
    embody (Verb) : to represent
    enclose (Verb) : to surround ; to put something in the same envelope, package, etc.

    Correct Option: C

    eliminate (Verb) : to remove/ get rid of/defeat/kill/knock out
    include (Verb) : to make somebody/something a part of something
    embrace (Verb) : to hug
    embody (Verb) : to represent
    enclose (Verb) : to surround ; to put something in the same envelope, package, etc.