Antonyms


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

  1. PREVENT
    1. protect
    2. block
    3. hinder
    4. induce

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    induce (Verb) : to persuade or influence somebody to do something
    prevent (Verb) : to stop somebody from doing something
    protect (Verb) : to help
    block (Verb) : to stop
    hinder (Verb) : to stop ; to hamper

    Correct Option: D

    induce (Verb) : to persuade or influence somebody to do something
    prevent (Verb) : to stop somebody from doing something
    protect (Verb) : to help
    block (Verb) : to stop
    hinder (Verb) : to stop ; to hamper


  1. FRAILTY
    1. energy
    2. intensity
    3. vehemence
    4. strength

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    strength (Noun) : power
    frailty (Noun) : weakness and poor health
    energy (Noun) : power
    intensity (Noun) : the strength of something
    vehemence (Noun) :strength or forcefulness of expression

    Correct Option: D

    strength (Noun) : power
    frailty (Noun) : weakness and poor health
    energy (Noun) : power
    intensity (Noun) : the strength of something
    vehemence (Noun) :strength or forcefulness of expression



  1. DEMOLISH
    1. shift
    2. build
    3. repeat
    4. hide

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    build (Verb) : to construct
    demolish (Verb) : to pull or knock down a building; to destroy something accidently
    shift (Verb) : to move something from one place to another
    repeat (Verb) : to do something again and again
    hide (Verb) : to conceal

    Correct Option: B

    build (Verb) : to construct
    demolish (Verb) : to pull or knock down a building; to destroy something accidently
    shift (Verb) : to move something from one place to another
    repeat (Verb) : to do something again and again
    hide (Verb) : to conceal


  1. GENIAL
    1. stupid
    2. stingy
    3. boorish
    4. unkind

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    boorish (Adjective) : very unpleasant and rude
    genial (Adjective) : friendly and cheerful ; affable
    stupid (Adjective) : foolish; unwise
    stingily (Adjective) :not generous
    unkind (Adjective) : cruel; not kind

    Correct Option: C

    boorish (Adjective) : very unpleasant and rude
    genial (Adjective) : friendly and cheerful ; affable
    stupid (Adjective) : foolish; unwise
    stingily (Adjective) :not generous
    unkind (Adjective) : cruel; not kind



  1. PLAUSIBLE
    1. inplausible
    2. unplausible
    3. implausible
    4. displausible

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    implausible (Adjective) : not seeming reasonable or likely to be true
    plausible (Adjective) : reasonable and likely to be true ; good at sounding honest and sincere, especially while trying to trick people

    Correct Option: C

    implausible (Adjective) : not seeming reasonable or likely to be true
    plausible (Adjective) : reasonable and likely to be true ; good at sounding honest and sincere, especially while trying to trick people