One Word Substitution Quiz with Answers Exercise-35

By | May 16, 2019

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Direction: Choose the most suitable ‘one word’ for the following phrasesl expressions.

1.One who promotes the idea of an absence of government of any kind, when every man should he a law unto himself. (B.Ed. 1994)

(a) Anarchist               (b) Belligerent            (c) Iconoclast            (d) Agnostic   

2. One who is likeable?

(a) Amicable                (b) Amiable                 (c)Effusive                   (d) Ebullient

3. The person who gives himself up to luxury and sexual pleasures.

(a) Masochist              (b) Voluptuary           (c) Debauch                (d) Epicure

4. A field or a part of a garden where fruit trees grow.

 (a) Park                        (b) Nursery                  (c)Yard                         (d) Orchard

5. Something which is not thorough or profound. (Stenographer’s Exam, 1993)

(a) Superficial            (b) Superstitious       (c) Superfluous        (d) Supernatural

6. A woman of lax moral.

 (a) Prostitute             (b) Harlot                     (c) Concubine           (d) Hostess

7. A slow-witted and incompetent person.

(a) Nigger                     (b) Dud                         (c) Snotty                     (d) Duffer

8. Using new words.

(a) Coinage                  (b) Vocabulary          (c) Neologism             (d) Malapropism

9. Indifference to pleasure or pain. (Translator’s Exam, 1994)

(a) Docility                  (b) Stoicism                (c) Patience                 (d) Reticence      

10. One who is neither intelligent nor dull?

 (a) Tolerable             (b) Commoner           (c) Mediocre                (d) Diligent


1.(a)      2. (b)

3. (b)     4. (d)

5. (a)     6. (d)

7. (d)     8. (c)

9. (b)     10. (c)

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