One Word Substitution Quiz with Answers Exercise-12

By | May 15, 2019

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Directions: In each of the following questions, out of the given alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words’ sentence.

1.A house for storing grains. (C.B.I. 1994)

(a) Cellar              (b) Store                     (c) Godown                  (d) Granary

2. A person very hard to please.

(a) Obstinate      (b) Unconquerable  (c) Fastidious               (d) Invincible

3. A person claiming to be superior in culture and intellect to others.

 (a) Intellectual  (b) Aristocrat             (c) Elite                         (d) Highbrow

4. One who totally abstains from alcoholic drinks?

 (a) Puritan          (b) Samaritan            (c) Pedant                    (d) Teetotaler

5. A name adopted by an author in his writings. (Asstt. Grade, 1994)

 (a) Title               (b) Nomenclature    (c) Nickname              (d) Pseudonym

6. The line which a plough cuts in the ground.

(a) Vale                (b) Trench                  (c) Furrow                    (d) Trough

7. A man who pays too much attention to his clothes and personal appearance.

 (a) Snob              (b) Duffer                  (c) Dandy                      (d) Licentious

8. A person who forsakes religion.

(a) Charlatan      (b) Apostle                (c) Renegade               (d) Apotheosis

9. Of unknown and unedited authorship. (Railways, 1991)

(a) Gullible         (b) Anonymous        (c) Unanimous            (d) Vexation

10. Contempt of God.

(a) Atheism        (b) Nihilism               (c) Blasphemy             (d) Agnosticism


1.(a)             2.(b)                

3. (d)            4. (d)

5. (d)            6. (c)

7. (c)            8. (c)

9. (b)           10. (c)

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