Direction (1-15): In the following questions, a word/phrase is given followed by four alternatives. Select the alternative that conveys the same meaning as the word/phrase given.
Q1. Eager readiness or speed
(b) willing and ready to submit
(c) very hateful
(d) answering yes; to a question at issue
Q3. Of the land
(a) pertaining to the act or sense of hearing
(b) anything occurring or existing out of its proper time
(d) the entire number, sum, mass, or quantity of something
Q5. Being too long, as in a description or expression; a roundabout, indirect, or ungainly way of expressing something.
(a) able to move or act quickly, physically, or mentally
(b) to free or clear, as from accusation
(c) the art or practice of flying aircraft
Q7. To come down from one’s position or dignity
(a) a white or delicately tinted fine-grained gypsum
(b) profound devotion
(c) an officer who receives and transmits the orders of the general
(d) goodbye; farewell
Q9. To move towards one point
(a) an annual allowance, payment, or income
(b) the superior of a community of monks
(c) to warn of a fault
(d) to pile or heap together
(a) without determinate shape
(c) of unknown authorship
(d) to agree
Q12. To overlook; to forgive
Q14. To forgive; to acquit
(a) in progress
(b) to warn of a fault
(c) to refer incidentally
(d) an adulterating substance
Sol. alacrity -brisk and cheerful readiness.
Sol. recognition -the action or process of recognizing or being recognized, in particular:
Sol. agrarian -relating to cultivated land or the cultivation of land.
Sol. Anachronism -a thing belonging or appropriate to a period other than that in which it exists, especially a thing that is conspicuously old-fashioned.
Sol. circumlocutory -using many words where fewer would do, especially in a deliberate attempt to be vague or evasive; long-winded.
Sol. Acquit -free (someone) from a criminal charge by a verdict of not guilty.
Sol. condescend -show that one feels superior; be patronizing.
Sol. Aide-de-camp -a military officer acting as a confidential assistant to a senior officer.
Sol. converge -(of lines) tend to meet at a point.
Sol. Annuity -a fixed sum of money paid to someone each year, typically for the rest of their life.
Sol. Accede -agree to a demand, request, or treaty.
Sol. condone – to forgive or approve (something that is considered wrong) : to allow (something that is considered wrong) to continue
Sol. bumptious – proud or confident in a loud and rude way that annoys other people
Sol. absolve -to make (someone) free from guilt, responsibility, etc.
Sol. Afoot -developing or happening now: in progress