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Directions: Each of the following questions consists of a word or phrase within a bracket. It is followed by certain words or phrases as options. Select the word or phrase which is opposite in meaning of the word or phrase within a bracket.
1. Her (impetuous) behaviour was attributed to her upbringing. (N.D.A. 1994)
(a) poised (b) rash (c) quiet and gentle (d) sluggish
2. His book has a short but useful (introduction).
(a) deduction (b) end (c) termination (d) conclusion
3. He has been (acquitted) of the charge of theft.
(a) punished (b) convicted (c) released (d) exonerated
4. Her new hairstyle looks very -(attractive).
(a) unblooming (b) grand (c) unbecoming (d) fascinating
5. Everything about him, especially his talkative nature, proclaims his (effeminacy). (C.D.S. 1993)
(a) boorishness (b) manliness
6. He harvested a rich crop from that (fecund)
(a) fertile (b) obsolete (c) barren (d) fruitless
7. He said it would be (convenient) for him to meet me there.
(a) inadvisable (b) objectionable (c) troublesome (d) desirable
8. His (tardy) manners were a great impediment in the path of his success.
(a) quick (b) enthusiastic (c) sluggish (d) progressive
9. The usual (adulation) of the officers must end. (N.D.A. 1996)
(a) back-biting (b) flattery (c) condemnation (d) praise
10. He harboured a feeling of (malice) towards his younger brother.
(a) love (b) rancour (c) spite (d) goodwill
11. They had an (insipid) (Railways, 1994)
(a) curious (b) loud (c) argumentative (d) lively
12. Self-reliance has been (adopted) as an important objective of economic planning in modern India.
(a) discarded (b) denied
13. I found my views to be (congruous) to those of my father.
(a) irregular (b) mismatch (c) inconsistent (d) disagreeing
14. The leader might have had some (covert) reason for the change of his political affiliations. (C.D.S. 1992)
(a) flimsy (b) inexplicable (c) obvious (d) unjustifiable
15. The fifteenth century witnessed an era of (Renaissance) in Europe.
(a) pestilence (b) decadence (c) immorality (d) prehistory
16. The Chief Minister was given a warm welcome at the (onset) of the function.
(a) hindrance (b) commencement (c) finale (d) conclusion
17. It is surprising to find her (condoning) such an act. (N.D.A. 1995)
(a) disparaging (b) condemning (c) disliking (d) forbidding
18. His conduct on the stage was (applauded)
(a) booed (b) silenced (c) hated (d) disturbed
19. Worldly-wise people find it prudent to adopt a morally (flexible) attitude towards current behaviour patterns.
(a) weak (b) uncompromising (c) hostile (d) neutral
20. At least some students are in the habit of doing their exercises in a (slovenly) (C.D.S. 1995)
(a) neat (b) proper (c) decent (d) correct
1. (c) 2. (d)
3. (b) 4. (c)
5. (b) 6. (c)
7. (c) 8. (a)
9. (c) 10. (d)
11. (d) 12. (c)
13. (c) 14. (c)
15. (b) 16. (c)
17. (b) 18. (a)
19. (b) 20. (d)