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Today, in this English quiz we are providing 15 Antonyms Questions. To make you learn basic English structure effectively is the motive behind the provided quiz. Attempt this quiz and prepare yourself flawlessly. We wish you good luck for the upcoming Exams.
Directions (1-15): In the following questions, out of the four alternatives, choose the word which is opposite in meaning to the given word and click the button corresponding to it.
Sol. Fistful: a considerable amount.
Pittance: a small portion, amount, or allowance.
Hence Fistful and Pittance are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Supercilious: behaving or looking as though one thinks one is superior to others.
Cocky: conceited or confident in a bold or cheeky way.
Modest: unassuming in the estimation of one’s abilities or achievements.
Abecedarian: arranged alphabetically.
Hence Supercilious and Modest are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Odium: general or widespread hatred or disgust incurred by someone as a result of their actions.
Antipathy: a deep-seated feeling of aversion.
Affection: a gentle feeling of fondness or liking.
Hence Odium and Affection are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Buttress: increase the strength of or justification for.
Halt: bring or come to an abrupt stop.
Underpin: support, justify, or form the basis for.
Fructify: make (something) fruitful or productive.
Hence Buttress and Halt are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Cogent: clear, logical, and convincing.
Ineffective: not producing any significant or desired effect.
Inspection: careful examination or scrutiny.
Hence Cogent and Ineffective are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Lucre: monetary gain.
Debt: a sum of money that is owed or due.
Outlaw: a person who has broken the law.
Sissy: a person regarded as effeminate or cowardly.
Hence Lucre and Debt are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Redolent: having a pleasant smell
Malodorous: having a bad odor.
Hence Redolent and Malodorous are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Execrate: feel or express great loathing for.
Revere: to show devoted deferential honor to.
Prosaic: lacking imaginativeness or originality.
Hence Execrate and Revere are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Ado: a state of noisy, confused activity
Quietude: a state of stillness, calmness, and quiet in a person or place.
Arable: used or suitable for growing crops.
Hence Ado and Quietude are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Flaccid: soft and hanging loosely or limply, especially so as to look or feel unpleasant.
Taut: stretched or pulled tight; not slack.
Hence Flaccid and Taut are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Balk: hesitate or be unwilling to accept an idea or undertaking.
Impetus: something that makes a process or activity happen or happen more quickly.
Hence Balk and Impetus are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Upturn: an improvement or upward trend,
Slump: a sudden severe or prolonged fall.
Hence Upturn and Slump are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Indenture: a legal agreement, contract, or document, in particular:
Protrusion: something that protrudes; a protuberance.
Hence Indenture and Protrusion are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Demented: behaving irrationally due to anger distress or excitement
Sensible: done or chosen in accordance with wisdom or prudence.
Hence Demented and Sensible are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Restorative: having the ability to restore health, strength, or well-being.
Injurious: causing or likely to cause damage or harm.
Cessation: the fact or process of ending or being brought to an end.
Hence Restorative and Injurious are antonyms to each other.
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