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Directions (1-111): In the following questions, out of the four alternatives choose the one which can be substituted for the given words / sentence.

  1. A fourteen-line poem

(1) sonnet                    (2) lyric

(3) ballad                     (4) ode

  1. The plants and vegetation of a region

(1) flora                       (2) landscape

(3) ornamental             (4) fauna

  1. Constant effort to achieve some thing

(1) attempt                  (2) enthusiasm

(3) vigour                    (4) perseverance

  1. Wildly unreasonable, illogical or . ridiculous

(1) Abject                    (2) Adept

(3) Arid                        (4) Absurd

  1. A vivacious and lively experience Is said to be

(1) scintillating             (2) soothing

(3) scenic                     (4) synthetic

  1. To try to settle a dispute between two other parties

(1) medicate                 (2) mediate

(3) meddle                   (4) meditate

  1. To secure a boat by attaching it to an anchor

(1) moor                      (2) moot

(3) morose                   (4) moose

  1. To free a person by a verdict of ‘not guilty’.

(1) acquaint                 (2) acquit

(3) acquiesce               (4) acquire

  1. One who hates mankind

(1) philanthropist         (2) misogynist

(3) humanitarian          (4) misanthrope

  1. Imposed a restriction on

(1) constipated             (2) conserved

(3) constrained             (4) construed

  1. Unwelcome aspect of a situation

(1) flippant                   (2) flip side

(3) flip-flop                   (4) flintlock

  1. Feeling annoyed at the sight of unfair treatement

(1) indifferent               (2) indisposed

(3) Indignant                (4) Indigent

  1. Walking in sleep

(1) Somnambulism        (2) Insomnia

(3) Somnolence             (4) Sleepyhead

  1. Artistic, musical or dramatic interpretation.

(1) Rendition                 (2) Report

(3) Imitation                  (4) Reparation

  1. That which cannot be avoided

(1) Infallible                   (2) Inestimable

(3) Indifferent                (4) Inevitable

  1. A person who leaves his own country In order to go and live in another.

(1) Emigrant                  (2) Refugee

(3) Immigrant                (4) Expatriate

  1. Showing a dislike of anything Improper.

(1) Strict                        (2) Crude

(3) Prim                         (4) Rude

  1. A planned route or journey

(1) Iterate                      (2) itinerary

(3) Itinerant                   (4) isolate

  1. A man who helps a stranger or a person in difficulties is

(1) a Samaritan              (2) a mercenary

(3) a stoic                      (4) an altruist

  1. Speech of great importance and gravity

(1) maiden                     (2) momentous

(3) monumental              (4) momentary

  1. Continuing for a long period of time without interruption

(1) continuum                (2) recurring

(3) perpetual                  (4) frequenting

  1. Specially skilled in story – telling

(1) a compositor             (2) a raconteur

(3) a vocalist                  (4) a narrator

  1. Medical study of skin and its diseases.

(1) Orthopaedics            (2) Dermatology

(3) Endocrinology           (4) Gynaecology

  1. A process involving too much official formality.

(1) Nepotism                  (2) Diplomacy

(3) Bureaucracy             (4) Red-tapism

  1. A person who enters without any invitation.

(1) Vandal                     (2) Burglar

(3) Intruder                   (4) Thief

  1. Not suitable for eating

(1) Spicy                       (2) Tasteless

(3) Uneatable                (4) Inedible

  1. A recurrent compulsive urge to steal.

(1) Kleptomania             (2) Pneumonia

(3) Insomnia                  (4) Nymphomania

  1. Act of injuring another’s reputation by any slanderous communication.

(1) Defamation               (2) Orchestration

(3) Aberration                 (4) Misrepresentation

  1. A story in which animals or objects speak and give wholesome moral lesson.

(1) Legend                      (2) Fable

(3) Parable                      (4) Allegory

  1. One who does not believe in the existence of God

(1) Atheist                       (2) Theist

(3) Mystic                        (4) Cynic

  1. To free someone from all blames

(1) Consolidate                (2) Fling

(3) Forbid                        (4) Exonerate

  1. That which cannot be effaced

(1) Illegible                     (2) Indelible

(3) Invincible                   (4) Affable

  1. A person who deliberately sets fire to a building

(1) Arsonist                    (2) Extortionist

(3) Hijacker                    (4) Assassin

  1. One who makes an official examination of accounts

(1) Auditor

(2) Registrar

(3) Creditor

(4) Chartered Accountant

  1. Conferred as an honor

(1) Honorary                (2) Honorable

(3) Honorarium             (4) Honorific

  1. The burial of a corpse

(1) Internment              (2) Interment

(3) Interrogate              (4) Interpose

  1. A study of ancient things.

(1) Physiology               (2) Archaeology

(3) Ethnology               (4) Zoology

  1. A person who deserves all praise.

(1) detestable              (2) lovable

(3) despicable              (4) laudable

  1. One who is skillful.

(1) disciplined              (2) diligent

(3) different                 (4) dexterous

  1. One who runs away from justice or the law.

(1) Smuggler                (2) Criminal

(3) Figitive                   (4) Thief

  1. Of one’s own free will.

(1) mandatory              (2) obligatory

(3) voluntary                (4) compulsory

  1. One who is too careless to plan for the future.

(1) imprudent               (2) impractical

(3) impotent                (4) improvident

  1. One who has long experience.

(1) novice                    (2) expert

(3) veteran                  (4) practitioner

  1. To die without making a will.

(1) Inure                      (2) Inane

(3) Intestate                 (4) Indigent

  1. One who is concerned with the welfare of others.

(1) Ascetic                   (2) Hedonist

(3) Egoist                     (4) Altruist

  1. That which cannot be avoided.

(1) Inevitable               (2) Unrestrained

(3) Unvarying              (4) Integral

  1. A person who agrees to work for somebody in order to learn a skill.

(1) Lackey                   (2) Pupil

(3) Apprentice             (4) Assistant

  1. Opinion contrary to accepted . doctrines.

(1) Controversy           (2) Advocacy

(3) Heresy                   (4) Convention

  1. Make pale by excluding light.

(1) Foliate                    (2) Percolate

(3) Procreate                (4) Etiolate

  1. Someone who is designated to hear both sides of a dispute and make a judgement.

(1) Counsellor              (2) Arbitrator

(3) Magistrate               (4) Manager

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