One Word Substitution Quiz with Answers Exercise-19

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 cannot be rectified or made good.

(a) Irreparable               (b) Irrevocable            (c) Irreconcilable        (d) Irreplaceable

2. A ride on someone else’s back or shoulders.

(a) Hunchback              (b) Piggyback              (c) Kickback                 (d) Cuddle

3. A cure for all diseases. (Bank P.O. 1995)

(a) Exorcism                 (b) Incantation            (c) Panacea                   (d) Antibiotic

4. Unreasoning enthusiasm for the glorification of one’s country.

(a) Communism          (b) Imperialism           (c) Patriotism                (d) Chauvinism

5. The form of madness which gives a person the idea that his importance is very great.

(a) Paroxysm               (b) Megalomania        (c) Insanity                   (d) Braggart

6. One who travels from place to place? (C.B.I.1995)

(a) Itinerant                 (b) Mendicant             (c) Journeyman            (d) Tramp

7. That which is perceptible by touch.

(a)Tangible                  (b) Tenacious              (c) Contagious              (d) Contingent

8. A person who is bad in spelling.

 (a) Calligraphist        (b) Stroll                      (c) Gallop                         (d) Promenade

9. A short walk for pleasure or exercise. (I. Tax, 1994)

(a) Jog                          (b) Stroll                      (c) Gallop                         (d) Promenade

10. That which cannot be understood. (Section Officers’ Exam, 1993)

(a) Illegible                 (b) Unintelligible      (c) Unknown                   (d) Undecipherable


1.(a)       2. (b)

3. (c)      4. (d)

5. (b)     6. (a)

7. (a)     8. (b)

9. (b)    10. (b)

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