From Today onward, we are providing the alternate quizzes on Antonym and Synonym. From this section you will get at least 10-15 questions in SSC CGL TIER-II Exam. So from this quiz one can prepare vocabulary portion on daily basis.
Directions (1-15): In the following questions a word/phrase is given followed by four alternatives marked. Select the alternative that conveys the same meaning as the word/phrase given.
(a) pertaining to the south pole or the regions near it
(b) corresponding (to some other) in certain respects, as in form, proportion, relations
(c) some auxiliary person or thing
(d) eagerly desirous and aspiring
Sol. Antarctic -> relating to the south polar region or Antarctica.
(a) a distortion of the face to express an attitude or feeling
(b) conversation which is amusing and not serious
(c) a record of a person’s or a family’s ancestors or relatives
(d) often of mistakes, extremely and noticeably bad
Sol. Egregious -> outstandingly bad; shocking, remarkably good.
(a) to pile or heap together
(b) to wear away the surface or some part of by friction
(c) a vehement appeal
(d) anything gained, or made one’s own, usually by effort or labour
Sol. Adjuration -> a solemn oath
(a) solemn curse; someone or something that is despised
(b) unreasonable or capricious; tyrannical
(c) preventing infection; having a cleansing effect (d) yearly allowance
Sol. Annuity -> a fixed sum of money paid to someone each year, typically for the rest of their life.
(a) primitive; unsophisticated
(b) passive consent
(d) to represent beforehand in outline or by emblem
Sol. Aboriginal -> inhabiting or existing in a land from the earliest times or from before the arrival of colonists; indigenous.
(a) a swamp
(b) something that is believed to have magical powers an object of unreasoning devotion and worship
(c) to soil or dirty
(d) to quicken, speed tip
Sol. Fetish -> a strong and unusual need or desire for something.
(a) a member of a municipal legislative body, who usually exercises also certain judicial functions
(c) having the right or privilege of entry
(d) the point where or path by which a voltaic current enters an electrolyte or the like
Sol. Anterior -> near or toward the front of something
(a) to free from blame
(b) to give a false idea of
(c) lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
(d) to express sympathy with another in sorrow, pain, or misfortune
Sol. Apathy -> the feeling of not having much emotion or interest
(a) spirited; ardent
(b) a swamp
(c) to use for one’s selfish purpose
(d) quick to find fault about trifles eat
Sol. Exploit -> an exciting act or action
(a) lacking in freshness, originality, or vigour
(b) liable to make mistakes or be deceived
(c) a public command or proclamation issued by an authority
(d) to abolish or render void
Sol. Abrogate -> to end or cancel (something) in a formal and official way
(a) pertaining to the clergy or the church
(b) declare positively; to confirm
(c) departure, emigration
(d) contrast; the direct opposite
Sol. Antithesis -> the exact opposite of something or someone
(a) thoughtless; taking little care
(b) abolish or render void
(c) a brief summary of the main ideas of a larger work
(d) a great flood; downpour
Sol. Deluge -> a large amount of rain that suddenly falls in an area.
(b) one who pleads the cause of another, as in a legal or ecclesiastical court
(c) any raised place or structure on which sacrifices may be offered or incense burned
(d) change or modification
Sol. Advocate -> a person who argues for or supports a cause or policy
(a) personal peculiarity
(b) coarse and stupid
(c) well-deserved (applied chiefly to punishment)
(d) wicked; hateful
Sol. Crass -> having or showing no understanding of what is proper or acceptable.
(b) the art or practice of flying aircraft
(c) the dignity, condition, office, or term of office of an alderman
(d) to warn of a fault
Sol. Aldermanship -> An alderman is a member of a municipal assembly or council in many jurisdictions founded upon English law.