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Direction(1-5): In the following questions, out of the four alternatives select the alternative which best expresses the meaning of the idiom/phrase.
Q1. Full to the Gunwales
(a) to be on the lowest point
(b) to the very top
(c) to have something in half
(d) to hate someone too much
Q2. Cutting Edge
(a) very modern, latest
(b) to fright someone very much
(d) to belong to one’s past
Q3. Strike one’s fancy
(a) to seem interesting or pleasing to oneself.
(b) to interpret something deeply
(c) to take excessive interest in others’ matters
(d) to buy a party dress
Q4. By the book
(a) to unfollow the rules and regulations
(b) strictly according to the rules
(c) to get lost in reading books
(d) to have a deep bookish knowledge
Q5. Bells and whistles
(a) useless parts of an accessory
(b) having a collection of bells and whistles
(c) to celebrate a festival with full enthusiasm
(d) attractive additional features
Direction (6-10): Choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word.
Sol. Sag: to decline gradually from a standard level.
Escalate: to increase in extent, amount, intensity, or scope.
Slump: to fall or sink suddenly.
Hence Sag and Escalate are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Pejorative: expressing contempt or disapproval.
Libellous: containing or constituting a libel.
Invective: insulting, abusive, or highly critical language.
Approbatory: expressing or manifesting praise or approval.
Contumelious: scornful and insulting; insolent.
Hence Pejorative and Approbatory are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Passivity: the state or quality of being passive; esp. inaction, submissiveness etc.
Interest: the felling of wanting to know or learn about something or someone.
Hence Passivity and Interest are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Expostulate: express strong disapproval/disagreement.
Laud: praise a person or their achievements highly.
Hence Expostulate and Laud are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Impudent: marked by contemptuous or cocky boldness or disregard of others.
Polite: having or showing behavior that is respectful and considerate of other people.
Flippant: not showing a serious or respectful attitude.
Hence Impudent and Polite are antonyms to each other.
Direction (11-15): Choose among the following that best expresses the meaning of the given word.
Sol. Bucolic: relating to the pleasant aspects of the country side and country life.
Rustic: relating to the country side: rural.
Hence Bucolic and Rustic are synonyms to each other.
Sol. Macerate: become softened by soaking in a liquid.
Hence Macerate and Liquefy are synonyms to each other.
Sol. Gimcrack: showy but cheap or badly made.
Wretched: of poor quality; very bad.
Hence Gimcrack and Wretched are synonyms to each other.
Sol. Execrate: feel or express great loathing for.
Revile: criticize in an abusive or angrily insulting manner.
Hence Execrate and Revile are synonyms to each other.
Sol. Outcry: a strong expression of public disapproval or anger.
Tumult: a loud, confused noise, especially one caused by a large mass of people.
Hence Outcry and Tumult are synonyms to each other.
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