Verbal Ability - Synonyms

Exercise :: Synonyms - Section 2

In each of the sentences given below a word is printed in bold. Below it four choices are given. Pick up the one which is most nearly the same in meaning as the word printer in bold and can replaces it without altering the meaning of the sentence.

29. 

Even today many people are guided by abstruse moral values.

A. dangerous
B. impracticable
C. obscure
D. irrational

Answer: Option C

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30. 

Instead of putting up a united front against on common enemy, the medieval states frittered away their energy in internecine warfare.

A. mutually destructive
B. baneful
C. pernicious
D. detrimental

Answer: Option A

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31. 

Few teachers have been spared the problem of an obstreperous pupil in the class.

A. sullen
B. unruly
C. lazy
D. awkward

Answer: Option B

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32. 

The story is too fantastic to be credible.

A. believable
B. false
C. readable
D. praiseworthy

Answer: Option A

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33. 

They feel that we should be fully aware of our own environment.

A. nationality
B. heredity
C. nature
D. surroundings

Answer: Option D

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34. 

No one will invite her to a tea party for she is so garrulous.

A. talks a lot
B. giggles all the time
C. laughs a lot
D. repeats gossip

Answer: Option A

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35. 

The aberration in the Indian Economy can be attributed to short-sightedness of its political masters.

A. procrastination
B. privilege
C. deviation
D. steadfastness

Answer: Option C

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