One Word Substitution Quiz with Answers Exercise-13

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EXERCISE-13

Directions: In each of the following questions, choose the most suitable ‘one for the given expression

1. To talk without respect to something sacred or holy. (Stenographers’ Exam, 1993)

(a) Blasphemy              (b) Obscenity             (c) Rudeness               (d) Vulgarity

2. A person who lives alone and avoids other people.

 (a) Ascetic                    (b) Recluse                  (c) Unsocial                (d) Agnostic

3. Explicit undertaking to do something.

(a) Agreement             (b) Decision                (c) Settlement            (d) Promise

4. Murder of a king.  (Bank P.O. 1995)

 (a) Matricide               (b) Genocide              (c) Regicide                 (d) Homicide

5. To surround with armed force.

(a) Seize                       (b) Attack                     (c) forces                      (d) Cease 

6. A person who wishes to throw over all establishments.

(a) Rebel                      (b)Anarchist                (c) Terrorist                  (d)Hooligan

7. A dramatic performance. (Central Excise, 1996)

(a) Mask                      (b) Mosque                  (c) Masque                   (d) Mascot   

8. A seat on elephant’s back.

(a) Saddle                    (b) Howdah                (c) Lounge                    (d) dismal

9. An expression of mild disapproval. (Stenographers’ Exam, 1996)

(a) Reproof                  (b) Impertinence      (c) Warning                  (d) Denigration     

10. Forcing out (blood, etc.) from its vessel.

 (a) Extrapolate          (b) Extravagate         (c) Exuberate                (d) Extricate

ANSWERS

1.(a)         2. (b)

3. (d)        4. (c)

5. (d)        6. (b)

7. (c)        8. (b)

9. (a)        10. (b)

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