Antonyms Test Online Part 1

Antonyms

 

In these questions choose the word which is the exact OPPOSITE of the given words.

Question 1
GULLIBLE
A
Incredulous
B
Fickle
C
Easy
D
Stylish
Question 2
VALUABLE
A
Invaluable
B
Worthless
C
Inferior
D
Lowly
Question 3
AUTONOMY
A
Slavery
B
Subordination
C
Dependence
D
Submissiveness
Question 4
INDUSTRIOUS
A
Indifferent
B
Indolent
C
Casual
D
Passive
Question 5
SYNTHETIC
A
Affable
B
Natural
C
Plastic
D
Cosmetic
Question 6
ALIEN
A
Native
B
Domiciled
C
Natural
D
Resident
Question 7
LIABILITY
A
Property
B
Assets
C
Debt
D
Treasure
Question 8
BALANCE
A
Disbalance
B
Misbalance
C
Debalance
D
Imbalance
Question 9
STATIONARY
A
Active
B
Mobile
C
Rapid
D
Busy
Question 10
MOUNTAIN
A
Plain
B
Plateau
C
Precipice
D
Valley
Question 11
VIOLENT
A
Humble
B
Harmless
C
Gentle
D
Tame
Question 12
CONCEDE
A
Object
B
Refuse
C
Grant
D
Accede
Question 13
GAIN
A
Loose
B
Fall
C
Lost
D
Lose
Question 14
FRESH
A
Faulty
B
Sluggish
C
Disgraceful
D
Stale
Question 15
CULPABLE
A
Defendable
B
Blameless
C
Careless
D
Irresponsible
Question 16
EVASIVE
A
Free
B
Honest
C
Liberal
D
Frank
Question 17
GREGARIOUS
A
Antisocial
B
Glorious
C
Horrendous
D
Similar
Question 18
AWARE
A
Uncertain
B
Ignorant
C
Sure
D
Doubtful
Question 19
HIRSUTE
A
Scaly
B
Bald
C
Erudite
D
Quiet
Question 20
SHRINK
A
Contract
B
Spoil
C
Expand
D
Stretch
Question 21
COMMON
A
Rare
B
Small
C
Petty
D
Poor
Question 22
COMFORT
A
Uncomfort
B
Miscomfort
C
Discomfort
D
None Of These
Question 23
DEAR
A
Priceless
B
Free
C
Worthless
D
Cheap
Question 24
VICTORIOUS
A
Defeated
B
Annexed
C
Destroyed
D
Vanquished
Question 25
ARROGANT
A
Humble
B
Cowardly
C
Egotistic
D
Gentlemanly
Question 26
COMMISSIONED
A
Started
B
Closed
C
Finished
D
Terminated
Question 27
ENORMOUS
A
Soft
B
Average
C
Tiny
D
Weak
Question 28
ARTIFICIAL
A
Red
B
Natural
C
Truthful
D
Solid
Question 29
EXODUS
A
Influx
B
Home-coming
C
Return
D
Restoration
Question 30
RELINQUISH
A
Abdicate
B
Renounce
C
Possess
D
Deny
Question 31
EXPAND
A
Convert
B
Condense
C
Congest
D
Conclude
Question 32
QUIESCENT
A
ACTIVE
B
Dormant
C
Weak
D
Unconcerned
Question 33
MORTAL
A
Divine
B
Immortal
C
Spiritual
D
Eternal
Question 34
OBEYING
A
Ordering
B
Following
C
Refusing
D
Contradicting
Question 35
FRAUDULENT
A
Candid
B
Direct
C
Forthright
D
Genuine
Question 36
BELITTLE
A
Criticize
B
Flatter
C
Exaggerate
D
Adore
Question 36 Explanation: 
Main Entry: belittle Part of Speech: verb Definition: detract Synonyms: bad-mouth, blister, criticize, cut down to size, cut to the quick, decry, deprecate, depreciate, deride, derogate, diminish, discount, discredit, disparage, dispraise, downgrade, downplay, dump on, knock*, lower, minimize, pan, pooh pooh, poor mouth, put down, rip*, roast, run down, scoff at, scorch*, scorn, shoot down, shoot full of holes, slam*, smear, sneer at, sour grapes, squash, squelch, take a swipe at, take down, take down a peg, tear down, underestimate, underrate, undervalue, write off. Antonyms: build up, exaggerate, praise, value
Question 37
FLAGITIOUS
A
Innocent
B
Vapid
C
Ignorant
D
Frivolous
Question 38
STARTLED
A
Amused
B
Relaxed
C
Endless
D
Astonished
Question 39
BUSY
A
Occupied
B
Engrossed
C
Relaxed
D
Engaged
Question 40
GRACEFUL
A
Rough
B
Expert
C
Miserable
D
Awkward
Question 41
NADIR
A
Modernity
B
Zenith
C
Liberty
D
Progress
Question 42
EXTRAVAGANCE
A
Luxury
B
Poverty
C
Economical
D
Cheapness
Question 42 Explanation: 
Main Entry: extravagant Part of Speech: adjective Definition: indulgent, wasteful Synonyms: absurd, bizarre, costly, crazy, exaggerated, excessive, exorbitant, expensive, extortionate, extreme, fanciful, fancy, fantastic, flamboyant, flashy, foolish, garish, gaudy, grandiose, immoderate, implausible, improvident, imprudent, inordinate, lavish, ludicrous, nonsensical, ornate, ostentatious, outrageous, overpriced, preposterous, pretentious, prodigal, profligate, reckless, ridiculous, showy, silly, spendthrift, steep, unbalanced, unconscionable, unreasonable, unrestrained Antonyms: close, economical, moderate, provident, reasonable, saving, stingy, thrifty, unpretentious
Question 43
PERTINENT
A
Irrational
B
Irregular
C
Insistent
D
Irrelevant
Question 44
HOSTILITY
A
Courtesy
B
Hospitality
C
Relationship
D
Friendliness
Question 45
ABLE
A
Disable
B
Inable
C
Unable
D
Misable
Question 46
COMIC
A
Emotional
B
Tragic
C
Fearful
D
Painful
Question 47
CROWDED
A
Busy
B
Congested
C
Quiet
D
Deserted
Question 48
FLIMSY
A
Frail
B
Filthy
C
Firm
D
Flippant
Question 49
HAPLESS
A
Cheerful
B
Consistent
C
Fortunate
D
Shapely
Question 50
ADDITION
A
Division
B
Enumeration
C
Subtraction
D
Multiplication
Question 51
EQUANIMITY
A
Resentment
B
Dubiousness
C
Duplicity
D
Excitement
Question 52
DOUBTFUL
A
Famous
B
Certain
C
Fixed
D
Important
Question 53
ZENITH
A
Acme
B
Top
C
Nadir
D
Pinnacle
Question 54
BENIGN
A
Malevolent
B
Soft
C
Friendly
D
Unwise
Question 55
PERENNIAL
A
Frequent
B
Regular
C
Lasting
D
Rare
Question 56
EXTRICATE
A
Manifest
B
Palpable
C
Release
D
Entangle
Question 57
HINDRANCE
A
Aid
B
Persuasion
C
Cooperation
D
Agreement
Question 58
ACQUITTED
A
Freed
B
Burdened
C
Convicted
D
Entrusted
Question 59
REPRESS
A
Inhibit
B
Liberate
C
Curb
D
Quell
Question 60
SUBSERVIENT
A
Aggressive
B
Straightforward
C
Dignified
D
Supercilious
Question 61
PROVOCATION
A
Vocation
B
Pacification
C
Peace
D
Destruction
Question 62
FAINT-HEARTED
A
Warm-hearted
B
Full-blooded
C
Hot-blooded
D
Stout-hearted
Question 63
LEND
A
Borrow
B
Cheat
C
Pawn
D
Hire
Question 64
TRANSPARENT
A
Semi-transparent
B
Muddy
C
Opaque
D
Dark
Question 65
REMISS
A
Forgetful
B
Watchful
C
Dutiful
D
Harmful
Question 66
METICULOUS
A
Mutual
B
Shaggy
C
Meretricious
D
Slovenly
Question 67
OBSCURE
A
Implicit
B
Obnoxious
C
Explicit
D
Pedantic
Question 68
URBANE
A
Illiterate
B
Backward
C
Discourteous
D
Orthodox
Question 69
VANITY
A
Pride
B
Humility
C
Conceit
D
Ostentatious
Question 70
RARELY
A
Hardly
B
Definately
C
Frequently
D
Periodically
Question 71
MALICIOUS
A
Kind
B
Boastful
C
Generous
D
Indifferent
Question 72
EPILOGUE
A
Dialogue
B
Prelude
C
Post script
D
Epigram
Question 73
CAPACIOUS
A
Limited
B
Caring
C
Foolish
D
Changeable
Question 74
ADAPTABLE
A
Adoptable
B
Flexible
C
Yielding
D
Rigid
Question 75
CONDENSE
A
Expand
B
Distribute
C
Interpret
D
Lengthen
Question 76
SACROSANCT
A
Irreligious
B
Unethical
C
Irreverent
D
Unholy
Question 77
INDISCREET
A
Reliable
B
Honest
C
Prudent
D
Stupid
Question 78
FAMILIAR
A
Unpleasant
B
Dangerous
C
Friendly
D
Strange
Question 79
TANGIBLE
A
Ethereal
B
Concrete
C
Actual
D
Solid
Question 80
FAMOUS
A
Disgraced
B
Unknown
C
Evil
D
Popular
Question 81
LOVE
A
Villainy
B
Hatred
C
Compulsion
D
Force
Question 82
FRUGAL
A
Copious
B
Extravagant
C
Generous
D
Ostentatious
Question 83
INSIPID
A
Tasty
B
Stupid
C
Discreet
D
Feast
Question 84
ABSOLUTE
A
Deficient
B
Faulty
C
Limited
D
Scarce
Question 84 Explanation: 
Word: absolute Part of Speech: adjective Definition: without limit Synonyms: complete, consummate, downright, entire, flat out, free, full, infinite, no catch, no fine print, no holds barred, no ifs ands or buts, no joke, no strings attached, outright, plenary, pure, sheer, simple, straight out, supreme, thorough, total, unabridged, unadulterated, unconditional, unlimited, unqualified, unrestricted, utter Antonyms: accountable, circumscribed, limited, restricted, tractable
Question 85
VIRTUOUS
A
Wicked
B
Corrupt
C
Vicious
D
Scandalous
Question 86
DEFIANCE
A
Anxiety
B
Obedience
C
Suspicion
D
Dismay
Question 87
PRELIMINARY
A
Final
B
First
C
Secondary
D
Initial
Question 88
LUCID
A
Glory
B
Noisy
C
Obscure
D
Distinct
Question 89
ENCOURAGE
A
Dampen
B
Disapprove
C
Discourage
D
Warn
Question 90
MINOR
A
Big
B
Major
C
Tall
D
Heavy
Question 91
STRINGENT
A
General
B
Vehement
C
Lenient
D
Magnanimous
Question 92
ESSENTIAL
A
Extra
B
Noughts
C
Minors
D
Trivial
Question 93
REVEALED
A
Denied
B
Concealed
C
Ignored
D
Overlooked
Question 94
FICKLE
A
Courageous
B
Sincere
C
Steadfast
D
Humble
Question 95
HYPOCRITICAL
A
Gentle
B
Sincere
C
Amiable
D
Dependable
Question 96
HONORARY
A
Dishonorable
B
Reputed
C
Paid
D
Official
Question 97
CONFESS
A
Deny
B
Refuse
C
Contest
D
Contend
Question 98
LOQUACIOUS
A
Reticent
B
Talkative
C
Garrulous
D
Verbose
Question 99
REPEL
A
Attend
B
Concentrate
C
Continue
D
Attract
Question 100
ANNOY
A
Praise
B
Rejoice
C
Please
D
Reward
Question 101
NIGGARDLY
A
Frugal
B
Thrifty
C
Stingy
D
Generous
Question 102
SUPPRESS
A
Encourage
B
Allow
C
Praise
D
Permit
Question 103
HAPHAZARD
A
Fortuitous
B
Indifferent
C
Deliberate
D
Accidental
Question 104
IMPASSE
A
Resurgence
B
Breakthrough
C
Continuation
D
Combination
Question 105
ADHERENT
A
Detractor
B
Enemy
C
Alien
D
Rival
Question 106
DENSITY
A
Rarity
B
Intelligence
C
Clarity
D
Brightness
Question 107
PATCHY
A
Attractive
B
Uniform
C
Simple
D
Clear
Question 108
BASE
A
Climax
B
Height
C
Top
D
Roof
Question 109
HOLLOW
A
Filled
B
Solid
C
Strong
D
Substantial
Question 109 Explanation: 
Main Entry: hollow Part of Speech: adjective Definition: empty, hollowed out Synonyms: alveolate, arched, carved out, cavernous, cleft, concave, cup-shaped, cupped, curved, deep-set, depressed, dimpled, excavated, incurved, indented, infundibular, not solid, notched, pitted, striated, sunken, troughlike, unfilled, vacant, vaulted, void Antonyms: convex, full, raised, solid.
Question 110
ENMITY
A
Important
B
Unnecessary
C
Friendship
D
Likeness
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