Antonyms Test Online Part 2

Antonyms


Each sentence consist of a word or a phrase which is UNDERLINE. It is followed by four words or phrases. Select the word or phrase which is closes to the OPPOSITE in meaning of the UNDERLINE word.

Question 1
The young leader was reluctant to shoulder the responsibilities of ministerial office.
A
wanting
B
anxious
C
willing
D
eager
Question 2
This new magazine is know for its comprehensive coverage of news.
A
casual
B
superficial
C
inadequate
D
indifferent
Question 3

Ali point of view was correct but his behavior with his father was quite impertinent.

A
healthy
B
inadequate
C
respectful
D
smooth
Question 4

The managing director remarked that the secretary was an asset to the company.

A
loss
B
drag
C
liability
D
handicap
Question 5
You can hardly find any trace of humility in the man.
A
pride
B
arrogance
C
insolence
D
conceit
Question 6
He is well known for coming up with impracticable solutions.
A
easy
B
feasible
C
possible
D
alternate
Question 7
The result of the tournament gave them a sense of elation.
A
despondency
B
despair
C
misery
D
disappointment
Question 8
The inhabitants of the island were barbarians.
A
cruel
B
civilized
C
uncivilized
D
bad
Question 9
History abounds in instances of courage.
A
shines
B
suffices
C
lacks
D
fails
Question 10
crestfallen he returned as he had never faced such humiliation in the whole of his life.
A
vainglorious
B
triumphant
C
indignant
D
disturbed
Question 11
The members thought that the task was feasible.
A
impossible
B
impractical
C
difficult
D
impracticable
Question 12
The incessant noise of the boring machine made it difficult for us to got to sleep at night.
A
harsh
B
intermittent
C
soft
D
constant
Question 13
Feasibility of the project is under study.
A
cheapness
B
impropriety
C
unsuitability
D
impracticability
Question 14
Unsettled conditions in the land led to exodus of hundreds of its citizens.
A
entry
B
invasion
C
immigration
D
expulsion
Question 15
Because of the economy drive, they very unwillingly surrendered some superfluous posts.
A
important
B
significant
C
relevant
D
essential
Question 16
Many people try to resist reforms in the society.
A
fight
B
welcome
C
accept
D
repel
Question 17
Everything about him, especially his talkative nature, proclaims his effeminacy.
A
aggressiveness
B
manliness
C
ttractiveness
D
boorishness
Question 18
Those who views are progressive often meet with formidable impediments when they begin to act.
A
revolutionary
B
brave
C
retrograde
D
outmoded
Question 19
Given these constraint, we have no alternative but to suggest an improvised solution.
A
a complete
B
a permanent
C
a proscribed
D
a preplanned
Question 20
Adversity teaches man to be humble and self-reliant.
A
sincerity
B
prosperity
C
animosity
D
curiosity
Question 21
We had a delectable meal yesterday.
A
heavy
B
tasty
C
unsavory
D
nice
Question 22
The chairman initiated the proceedings with a brief speech.
A
confused
B
started
C
closed
D
complicated
Question 23
The leader was pragmatic in his approach to the problem facing the country.
A
indefinite
B
vague
C
optimistic
D
idealistic
Question 24
The plantation workers were on a collision course before the labor officer intervened.
A
retaliatory
B
perfunctory
C
circuitous
D
conciliatory
Question 25
He is extremely intelligent but proud.
A
weak
B
ignorant
C
simple
D
dull
Question 26
The officer asked the clerk to expedite the matter.
A
delay
B
postpone
C
defer
D
adjourn
Question 27
They had an insipid conversation.
A
argumentative
B
loud
C
lively
D
curious
Question 28
abhor the ideas he sometimes expresses
A
respect
B
applaud
C
admire
D
appreciate
Question 29
The bedroom is at the rear side of this house.
A
unusual
B
upper
C
front
D
back
Question 30
The habit of squandering money should not be encouraged.
A
saving
B
discarding
C
boarding
D
collecting
Question 31
He spoke against corruption with zeal.
A
calmness
B
despair
C
passiveness
D
indifference
Question 32
His critics found in the overt statements some hidden design.
A
covert
B
converse
C
pervert
D
contrived
Question 33
They took note of humility of the visiting dignitary.
A
grandeur
B
friendliness
C
arrogance
D
decency
Question 34
It was done in a haphazard manner.
A
excellent
B
extraordinary
C
designed
D
planned
Question 35
I was surprised at his stiff attitude.
A
flexible
B
courteous
C
soft
D
lively
Question 36
In a literary work obscurity cab be a virtue.
A
precision
B
definiteness
C
clarity
D
specificity
Question 37
He abandoned his family.
A
encouraged
B
pleased
C
supported
D
saved
Question 38
There was something strange and morbid about the whole house.
A
healthy
B
insipid
C
appealing
D
cheerful
Question 39
The moment when Ali got order of promotion, as General Manager, was a memorable occasion for him and his family.
A
passing
B
forgetful
C
innocuous
D
immemorial
Question 40
Many people suffer setbacks in their career because of their inherent levity.
A
gravity
B
seriousness
C
solemnity
D
religiosity
Question 41
Ali displays enthusiasm whenever he is posed with a problem.
A
eagerness
B
weakness
C
softness
D
indifference
Question 42
Alia was often teased as corpulent by her friends.
A
fat
B
gaunt
C
belligerent
D
garrulous
Question 43
The atmosphere in that desolate place looked ominous.
A
pleasant
B
encouraging
C
favorable
D
auspicious
Question 44
Ali could manage his family satisfactory with his meager income.
A
adequate
B
continuous
C
fabulous
D
hard
Question 45
The atmosphere in the institute he had newly joined congenial to research.
A
inconvenient for
B
unpleasant for
C
unsuitable for
D
disagreeable for
Question 46
I thought about her a lot during the following months.
A
succeeding
B
preceding
C
proceeding
D
receding
Question 47
His short but pointed speech was applauded by all sections of the audience.
A
misunderstood
B
disapproved
C
praised
D
welcomed
Question 48
The chairman rebuked the accounts for not supervising officer for not supervising the work of his subordinates.
A
received
B
praised
C
awarded
D
invited
Question 49
It was universally characterized as a progressive measure.
A
obstructive
B
regressive
C
retrograde
D
abhorrent
Question 50
The minister gave a public speech on the controversial subject to precipitate the matter.
A
aggravate
B
create
C
push
D
defer
Question 51
His vindictive nature often came up for comment among his friends.
A
forgetful
B
obedient
C
forgiving
D
timid
Question 52
In ancient England, scholars had no interest in political power or material growth.
A
internal
B
psychic
C
spiritual
D
elestial
Question 53
Poet often prefer ambiguity to
A
certainty
B
rationality
C
clarity
D
perversity
Question 54
Like poverty, affluence can sometimes create its own problems.
A
opulence
B
sorrow
C
indigence
D
exuberance
Question 55
His interpretation of the poem is superficial.
A
mysterious
B
profound
C
difficult
D
mystical
Question 56
He was asked to accelerate the pace of work.
A
supervise
B
control
C
slacken
D
check
Question 57
It is one of pernicious customs prevailing in the society.
A
permanent
B
parochial
C
beneficial
D
dangerous
Question 58
friendly dog meet us at the farmgate.
A
hostile
B
helpful
C
understanding
D
quiet
Question 59
The club meets on the last Thursday of every month is a dilapidated palace.
A
neglected
B
regenerated
C
furnished
D
renovated
Question 60
She used to disparage her neighbor every now and then.
A
please
B
belittle
C
praise
D
denigrate
Question 61
The story told by the teacher amused children in the class.
A
frightened
B
saddened
C
jolted
D
astonished
Question 62
In the interest of one's own reputation one should avoid ostentation while entertaining friends.
A
simplicity
B
purity
C
innocence
D
miserliness
Question 63
He is the most prudent person. I have ever came across.
A
shortsighted
B
inconsiderate
C
injudicious
D
reckless
Question 64
The commission took two years to go through the massive collection of files and documents before preparing its report.
A
heavy
B
meager
C
light
D
short
Question 65
Nothing has been organised properly and confusion seems inevitable.
A
inefficient
B
ineligible
C
uncertain
D
inevident
Question 66
According to a great philosopher magnanimity in a man implies many other qualities.
A
enmity
B
jealousy
C
poverty
D
meanness
Question 67
The actor is well known both for his humility and courage.
A
determination
B
pride
C
honesty
D
gentleness
Question 68
What he tells me confirms my ideas.
A
opposes
B
verifies
C
strengthens
D
contradicts
Question 69
The error in the newspaper article is incidental.
A
usual
B
permissible
C
conventional
D
intentional
Question 70
The General Manager is quite tactful and handles the workers union very effectively.
A
strict
B
naive
C
loose
D
disciplined
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