Antonyms


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

  1. HUMILITY
    1. dignity
    2. cruelty
    3. anger
    4. pride

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    pride (Noun) : a feeling of pleasure that you get when the people who are connected with you say that you have done something well/ own something that other people admire
    humility (Noun) : the quality of not thinking that you are better than other people; the quality of being humble
    dignity (Noun) : calm and serious manner that deserves respect ; the fact of being given honour and respect by people
    cruelty (Noun) : behaviour that causes pain and suffering to others
    anger (Noun) : rage

    Correct Option: D

    pride (Noun) : a feeling of pleasure that you get when the people who are connected with you say that you have done something well/ own something that other people admire
    humility (Noun) : the quality of not thinking that you are better than other people; the quality of being humble
    dignity (Noun) : calm and serious manner that deserves respect ; the fact of being given honour and respect by people
    cruelty (Noun) : behaviour that causes pain and suffering to others
    anger (Noun) : rage


  1. INEVITABLE
    1. avoidable
    2. unnecessary
    3. inseparable
    4. uncertain

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    avoidable (Adjective) : that can be prevented
    inevitable (Adjective) : unavoidable; that cannot be avoided/prevented
    unnecessary (Adjective) : not necessary
    inseparable (Adjective) : not able to be separated
    uncertain (Adjective) : not sure; not certain; unclear; hesitant

    Correct Option: A

    avoidable (Adjective) : that can be prevented
    inevitable (Adjective) : unavoidable; that cannot be avoided/prevented
    unnecessary (Adjective) : not necessary
    inseparable (Adjective) : not able to be separated
    uncertain (Adjective) : not sure; not certain; unclear; hesitant



  1. INCREDIBLE
    1. believable
    2. possible
    3. imaginable
    4. enjoyable

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    believable (Adjective) : that can be believed
    incredible (Adjective) : unbelievable; impossible or very difficult to believe; extremely good/large
    possible (Adjective) : that is not impossible
    imaginable (Adjective) : possible to imagine
    enjoyable (Adjective) : that can be enjoyed

    Correct Option: A

    believable (Adjective) : that can be believed
    incredible (Adjective) : unbelievable; impossible or very difficult to believe; extremely good/large
    possible (Adjective) : that is not impossible
    imaginable (Adjective) : possible to imagine
    enjoyable (Adjective) : that can be enjoyed


  1. VAGUE
    1. clear
    2. dull
    3. unknown
    4. shady

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    clear (Adjective) : distinct and not hazy
    vague (Adjective) : not definite; not distinct
    dull (Adjective) : not bright
    unknown (Adjective) : not known
    shady (Adjective) : having a shade

    Correct Option: A

    clear (Adjective) : distinct and not hazy
    vague (Adjective) : not definite; not distinct
    dull (Adjective) : not bright
    unknown (Adjective) : not known
    shady (Adjective) : having a shade



  1. QUIET
    1. strong
    2. noisy
    3. incomplete
    4. violent

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    noisy (Adjective) : full of noise
    quiet (Adjective) : not making noise; peaceful; gentle; silent; motionless
    strong (Adjective) : powerful
    incomplete (Adjective) : which is not complete
    violent (Adjective) : very strong and sudden; intense; severe

    Correct Option: B

    noisy (Adjective) : full of noise
    quiet (Adjective) : not making noise; peaceful; gentle; silent; motionless
    strong (Adjective) : powerful
    incomplete (Adjective) : which is not complete
    violent (Adjective) : very strong and sudden; intense; severe