(Quiz) Multiple Choice Synonyms & Antonyms Quizes

Multiple Choice Synonyms & Antonyms Quizes

Directions : In each of the questions in the following exercises four words are given of which two words are most nearly the same or opposite in meaning. Find the two words which are most nearly the same or opposite in meaning and indicate the number of the correct letter combination.

1. (1) Benevolent
(2) Alarming
(3) Charitable
(4) Stupendous

(a) 1 - 2
(b) 2 - 3
(c) 3 - 4
(d) 1 - 3
(e) 2 - 4

2. (1) Transient
(2) Unilocular
(3) Permanent
(4) Vulnerable

(a) 1 - 4
(b) 1 - 3
(c) 2 - 4
(d) 1 - 2
(e) 2 - 3

3. (1) Stupendous
(2) Calm
(3) Livid
(4) Pretentious

(a) 2 - 4
(b) 1 - 4
(c) 1 - 2
(d) 1 - 3
(e) 2 - 3

4. (1) Diminutive
(2) Intelligent
(3) Large
(4) Prolific

(a) 2 - 4
(b) 2 - 3
(c) 1 - 3
(d) 1 - 4
(e) 3 - 4

5. (1) Forensic
(2) Delectable
(3) Leaflike
(4) Charming

(a) 1 - 3
(b) 2 - 4
(c) 1 - 4
(d) 2 - 3
(e) 1 - 2

6. (1) Prolixity
(2) Brevity
(3) Agreement
(4) Proposition

(a) 1 - 2
(b) 2- 3
(c) 3 - 4
(d) 1 - 3
(e) 1 - 4

7. (1) Recluse
(2) Pandemic
(3) Transparent
(4) Opaque

(a) 1 - 2
(b) 3 - 4
(c) 1 - 3
(d) 1 - 4
(e) 2 - 4

8. (1) Concentration
(2) Dissociation
(3) Distraction
(4) Deliberation

(a) 1 - 4
(b) 2 - 3
(c) 3 - 4
(d) 1 - 3
(e) 4 - 2

9. (1) Serene
(2) Jealous
(3) Identical
(4) Calm

(a) 1 - 2
(b) 1 - 3
(c) 1 - 4
(d) 2 - 3
(e) 2 - 4

10. (1) Conversation
(2) Desistance
(3) Substitution
(4) Cessation

(a) 1 - 2
(b) 3 - 4
(c) 1 - 4
(d) 2 - 4
(e) 1 - 3

11. (1) Convenient
(2) Intolerant
(3) Endurant
(4) Protestant

(a) 1 - 2
(b) 1 - 3
(c) 2 - 3
(d) 2 - 4
(e) 3 - 4

12. (1) Exaggeration
(2) Reiteration
(3) Imagination
(4) Repetition

(a) 1 - 4
(b) 2 - 4
(c) 3 - 4
(d) 2 - 3
(e) 1 - 2

13. (1) Prosper
(2) Intense
(3) Seldom
(4) Frequent

(a) 1 - 4
(b) 2 - 4
(c) 2 - 3
(d) 3 - 4
(e) 1 - 3

14. (1) Implies
(2) Leads
(3) Confirms
(4) Connotes

(a) 3 - 2
(b) 1 - 4
(c) 2 - 1
(d) 4 - 3
(e) 4 - 2

15. (1) Fallacy
(2) Adage
(3) Dictum

(4) Endorse
(a) 2 - 4
(b) 3 - 4
(c) 2 - 3
(d) 1 - 4
(e) 1 - 2

16. (1) Acquit
(2) Defend
(3) Forbid
(4) Condemn

(a) 2 - 3
(b) 1 - 3
(c) 3 - 4
(d) 2 - 4
(e) 1 - 4

17. (1) Awful
(2) Envious
(3) Pleasant
(4) Fair

(a) 1 - 2
(b) 2 - 3
(c) 1 - 4
(d) 2 - 4
(e) 1 - 3

18. (1) Desecrate
(2) Describe
(3) Damage
(4) Descent

(a) 2 - 3
(b) 3 - 4
(c) 1 - 3
(d) 1 - 4
(e) 1 - 2

19. (1) Audacious
(2) Venturous
(3) Abstruse
(4) Silent

(a) 1 - 3
(b) 2 - 3
(c) 3 - 4
(d) 1 - 2
(e) 2 - 4

20. (1) Disruption
(2) Largeness
(3) Affection
(4) Meanness

(a) 2 - 4
(b) 3 - 4
(c) 2 - 3
(d) 1 - 3
(e) 1 – 2

Answers :
1. (d)
2. (b) ‘Transient’ means ‘temporary’.
3. (e) ‘Calm’ means ‘tranquil’ or ‘unagitated’ ‘Livid’ means ‘of bluish leaden colour’
4. (c) ‘Diminutive’ means ‘very small’ ‘Large’ means ‘big’.
5. (b) ‘Delectable’ means ‘delightful’.
6. (a) ‘Prolixity’ means ‘lengthy’.
7. (b) ‘Opaque’ means ‘not transparent’.
8. (d)
9. (c) ‘Serene’ means ‘peaceful or tranquil, ‘calm’.’
10. (d) ‘Desistance’ means ‘stop or abstain’ ‘Cessation’ means ‘ceausing’, ‘pause’.
11. (c)
12. (b) ‘Reiteration’ means ‘repeat over again’.
13. (d) ‘Seldom’ means ‘rarely’.
14. (b) ‘Connotes’ means ‘include in its meaning, imply’.
15. (a) ‘Adage’ means ‘saying that is accepted as true; proverb’.
16. (d)
17. (e)
18. (c) ‘Desecrate’ means ‘violate sanctity’.
19. (d) ‘Audacious’ means ‘recklessly bold or daring’.
20. (a)