Antonyms


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

  1. INQUISITIVE
    1. intrusive
    2. cooperative
    3. unsympathetic
    4. indifferent

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    indifferent (Adjective) : having/showing no interest; not very good
    inquisitive (Adjective) : asking too many questions and trying to find out what other people are doing, etc; curious; interested in learning intrusive (Adjective) : too noticeable, direct, etc. in a way that is disturbing or annoying
    cooperative (Adjective) : involving doing something together or working together with others towards a shared aim
    unsympathetic (Adjective) : not feeling/showing any sympathy

    Correct Option: D

    indifferent (Adjective) : having/showing no interest; not very good
    inquisitive (Adjective) : asking too many questions and trying to find out what other people are doing, etc; curious; interested in learning intrusive (Adjective) : too noticeable, direct, etc. in a way that is disturbing or annoying
    cooperative (Adjective) : involving doing something together or working together with others towards a shared aim
    unsympathetic (Adjective) : not feeling/showing any sympathy


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

  1. BETRAYAL
    1. deception
    2. treason
    3. loyalty
    4. distrust

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    loyalty (Noun) : the quality of being faithful in your support of somebody/something
    betrayal (Noun) : the act of giving information about something/ somebody to an enemy
    deception (Noun) : deceit; the act of deliberately making somebody believe something that is not true
    treason (Noun) : the crime of doing something that could cause danger to your country
    distrust (Noun) : a feeling of not being able to trust

    Correct Option: C

    loyalty (Noun) : the quality of being faithful in your support of somebody/something
    betrayal (Noun) : the act of giving information about something/ somebody to an enemy
    deception (Noun) : deceit; the act of deliberately making somebody believe something that is not true
    treason (Noun) : the crime of doing something that could cause danger to your country
    distrust (Noun) : a feeling of not being able to trust



  1. PROMINENT
    1. unknown
    2. eminent
    3. renowned
    4. important

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    unknown (Adjective) : not known
    prominent (Adjective) : noticeable; distinguished; important or well–known
    eminent (Adjective) : well– known; famous
    renowned (Adjective) : well– known; famous
    important (Adjective) : of great value

    Correct Option: A

    unknown (Adjective) : not known
    prominent (Adjective) : noticeable; distinguished; important or well–known
    eminent (Adjective) : well– known; famous
    renowned (Adjective) : well– known; famous
    important (Adjective) : of great value


  1. EXEMPTIONS
    1. generalisation
    2. liberalisation
    3. exclusions
    4. inclusions

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    inclusion (Noun) : the fact of including/being included
    exemption (Noun) : official permission not to do something/ pay something that you may have to do/pay
    generalisation (Noun) : a general statement that is based on only a few facts
    liberalisation (Noun) : the act of making less strict
    exclusion (Noun) : the act of preventing somebody/something from entering a place or taking part in something

    Correct Option: D

    inclusion (Noun) : the fact of including/being included
    exemption (Noun) : official permission not to do something/ pay something that you may have to do/pay
    generalisation (Noun) : a general statement that is based on only a few facts
    liberalisation (Noun) : the act of making less strict
    exclusion (Noun) : the act of preventing somebody/something from entering a place or taking part in something



  1. HUMBLE
    1. rich
    2. powerful
    3. naughty
    4. strong

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    naughty (Adjective) : behaving in an unfriendly way towards other people because you think you are better than they; arrogant humble (Adjective) : modest; showing you don’t think that you are as important as other people
    rich (Adjective) : wealthy
    powerful (Adjective) : strong
    strong (Adjective) : powerful

    Correct Option: C

    naughty (Adjective) : behaving in an unfriendly way towards other people because you think you are better than they; arrogant humble (Adjective) : modest; showing you don’t think that you are as important as other people
    rich (Adjective) : wealthy
    powerful (Adjective) : strong
    strong (Adjective) : powerful