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.

50. 

They were totally unaware of the impending disaster.

A. threatening
B. imminent
C. terrible
D. possible

Answer: Option B

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51. 

The general policies will relieve the sufferings of the common man.

A. alleviate
B. mitigate
C. moderate
D. abate

Answer: Option A

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52. 

The underworld still makes solid profit out of illicit liquor.

A. indigenous
B. illegitimate
C. illegal
D. country

Answer: Option C

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53. 

True religion does not require one to proselytise through guile or force.

A. translate
B. hypnotise
C. attack
D. convert

Answer: Option D

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54. 

The small boy was able to give a graphic description of the thief.

A. picture
B. drawing
C. vivid
D. broad

Answer: Option C

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55. 

" I have learnt a great deal working factories, and for a time I've never been a weaver. Here are my testimonials, Mr. Davis"

A. witnesses
B. testaments
C. tokens
D. credentials

Answer: Option D

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56. 

The claims of students look hollow when they attribute their poor performance to difficulty of examination.

A. infer
B. impute
C. inhere
D. inundate

Answer: Option B

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