Vocabulary Words- Antonyms Dictionary, Examples and Exercises No. -19

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Directions: – Pick out the word opposite or nearly so in the meaning of the given words.

  1. Accepted

(A) followed                           (B) noted                                 (C) provided

 (D) considered                     (E) rejected

  1. Anger

(A) party                                 (B) happiness                        (C) approval

(D) love                                   (E) joy

  1. Loved

 (A) refused                            (B) defamed                          (C) distracted

(D) averted                            (E) hated

  1. Obey

 (A) attract                             (B) disobey                             (C) repel

(D) diffuse                              (E) None

  1. Outwit

 (A) laugh                               (B) victory                              (C) defeat

(D) win                                    (E) None

  1. Come

 (A) play                                  (B) fast                                    (C) go

(D) got                                     (E) None

  1. Hard

(A) soft                                    (B) smooth                              (C) delicate

(D) easy                                  (E) less

  1. Wealthy

 (A) wicked                            (B) famous                             (C) ill

(D) poor                                  (E) harmful

  1. Dull

 (A) pale                                 (B) wise                                   (C) shining

(D) colourful                        (E) foolish

  1. Alleviation

(A) lessening                        (B) magnification                 (C) intensify

(D) aggravation                  (E) exaggeration

  1. Receded

 (A) bloomed                        (B) advanced                          (C) increased

(D) diminished                   (E) rebuilt

  1. Transparent

(A) translucent                  (B) vague

(C) blind                               (D) opaque

  1. Extrovert

 (A) boaster                         (B) mixer 

(C) introvert                       (D) social

  1. Virtuous

 (A) vicious                          (B) vulgar

(C) miserly                          (D) insincere

  1. Urban

(A) rustic                             (B) rural 

(C) civil                                (D) domestic


1.E               2.D

3.E               4.B

5.C               6. C

7. A              8. D

9. C              10. D

11. B            12. D

13.C            14.A

15. B

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