One Word Substitution Quiz with Answers Exercise-16

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.That which can be interpreted in any way

 (a) Ambient                 (b) Ambivalent         (c) Amphibious            (d) Ambiguous

2. A political leader who tries to stir up people.

(a) Demagogue           (b) Dictator                (c) Statesman               (d) Martinet

3. A light sailing boat built especially for racing. (I. Tax & Central Excise, 1999)

 (a) Dinghy                   (b) Canoe                   (c) Yacht                         (d) Frigate

4. The person who has long experience.

(a) Stalwart                  (b) Pedantic               (c) Itinerant                  (d) Veteran

5. Atonement for one’s sins.

(a) Redemption          (b) Repentance         (c) Salvation                 (d) Expensive

6. An instrument for viewing objects at a distance.

 (a) Microscope          (b) Telescope             (c) Periscope                 (d) Kaleidscope

7. Be the embodiment or perfect example of. (Bank P.O. 1995)

 (a) Signify                  (b) Characterise         (c) Personify                 (d) Masquerade

8. A general pardon of political offenders.

(a) Parole                    (b) Forgiveness          (c) Clemency                (d) Amnesty

9. A man who operates on sick people.

(a) Physician              (b) Operator               (c) Surgeon                   (d) Physiotherapist

10. A person who maliciously destroys by fire.

 (a) Antagonist          (b) Activist                  (c) Terrorist                   (d) Incendiary


1.(d)           2. (b)

3. (c)          4. (d)

5.(b)          6. (b)   

7. (c)         8. (d)

9. (c)         10. (d)

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