Antonyms


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

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

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    believable (Adjective) : plausible; that can be believed
    incredible (Adjective) : unbelievable ; impossible or very difficult to believe; extremely, good/large
    possible (Adjective) : that can be done/achieved
    enjoyable (Adjective) : that can be enjoyed
    imaginary (Adjective) : existing only in mind/imagination

    Correct Option: B

    believable (Adjective) : plausible; that can be believed
    incredible (Adjective) : unbelievable ; impossible or very difficult to believe; extremely, good/large
    possible (Adjective) : that can be done/achieved
    enjoyable (Adjective) : that can be enjoyed
    imaginary (Adjective) : existing only in mind/imagination


  1. URBAN
    1. rustic
    2. rural
    3. civil
    4. foreign

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    rural (Adjective) : connected with/like the
    countryside (village) urban (Adjective) : connected with a town or city
    rustic (Adjective) : characteristic of rural life
    civil (Adjective) : connected with people who live in a country
    foreign (Adjective) : connected with another country

    Correct Option: B

    rural (Adjective) : connected with/like the
    countryside (village) urban (Adjective) : connected with a town or city
    rustic (Adjective) : characteristic of rural life
    civil (Adjective) : connected with people who live in a country
    foreign (Adjective) : connected with another country



  1. INSOLENT
    1. ignorant
    2. proud
    3. laudable
    4. humble

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    humble (Adjective) : modest; meek
    insolent (Adjective) : extremely rude and showing a lack of respect
    ignorant (Adjective) : lacking knowledge or information; not educated ; uncouth
    proud (Adjective) : haughty
    laudable (Adjective) : deserving to be praised/admired; commendable

    Correct Option: D

    humble (Adjective) : modest; meek
    insolent (Adjective) : extremely rude and showing a lack of respect
    ignorant (Adjective) : lacking knowledge or information; not educated ; uncouth
    proud (Adjective) : haughty
    laudable (Adjective) : deserving to be praised/admired; commendable


  1. VENERATION
    1. fear
    2. reverence
    3. remorse
    4. disrespect

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    disrespect (Noun) : a feeling of impudence
    veneration (Noun) : the act of showing a lot of respect ; reverence
    fear (Noun) : dread
    reverence (Noun) : showing a lot of respect/admiration
    remorse (Noun) : the feeling of being extremely sorry for something wrong/bad you have done

    Correct Option: D

    disrespect (Noun) : a feeling of impudence
    veneration (Noun) : the act of showing a lot of respect ; reverence
    fear (Noun) : dread
    reverence (Noun) : showing a lot of respect/admiration
    remorse (Noun) : the feeling of being extremely sorry for something wrong/bad you have done



  1. CONCUR
    1. disagree
    2. disappear
    3. disarrange
    4. discourage

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    disagree (Verb) : not to agree
    concur (Verb) : to agree
    disappear (Verb) : vanish
    disarrange (Verb) : to make something untidy
    discourage (Verb) : to try to prevent something or to prevent someone from doing something

    Correct Option: A

    disagree (Verb) : not to agree
    concur (Verb) : to agree
    disappear (Verb) : vanish
    disarrange (Verb) : to make something untidy
    discourage (Verb) : to try to prevent something or to prevent someone from doing something