One Word Substitution Quiz with Answers Exercise-30

By | May 16, 2019

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Directions: In each question below, a phrase is given below which some alternatives are given,’ One of these is the most appropriate word i.e. it beet conveys the meaning of the phrase. Find out the most appropriate word in each case.

1.Wicked to a high degree.

 (a) Cruel                      (b) Hateful                 (c) Heinous                   (d) Abominable

2. The original inhabitants of a country. (Bank P.O. 1990)

(a) Aborigines            (b)Citizens                 (c) Natives                    (d) Primitive

3. Dungeon entered by a trapdoor.

(a) Cellar                      (b) Ditch                     (c) Vault                        (d) Oubliette

4. One desirous of getting money.

(a) Avaricious            (b) Voracious            (c) Garrulous              (d) Greedy

5. Place where birds are kept. (C.B.I. 1994)

 (a) Zoo                         (b) Apiary                   (c) Armuory                 (d)Apiary\

6. A person with a beautiful land elegant handwriting.

(a) Calligrapher       (b) Collier                   (c) Choreographer    (d) Cartographer

7. A person who is always dissatisfied.

(a) Heretic                  (b) Felon                     (c) Malcontent           (d) Surrogate

8. Loss of power to move in any or every part of the body.

 (a) Rheumatism      (b) Paralysis              (c) Eczema                  (d)Leprosy

9. One who does not care for literature or art. (Asstt. Grade, 1994)

 (a) Barbarian           (b) Philistine             (c) Illiterate                (d) Primitive

10.A group of three novels or plays, each complete in itself.

(a) Triplet                  (b) Triumvir              (c) Trilogy                    (d) Trivet


1.(c)             2. (a)

3. (d)           4. (a)

5. (d)           6. (a)

7. (c)           8. (b)

9. (b)           10. (c)

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