Important Vocabulary (Antonym) Quiz for SSC Exam


Directions (1-15): Choose the option which is the antonym of the word mentioned in the question.

Q1.  CONCEPTION
(a) theory
(b) generality
(c) fact
(d) platitude
Ans.(c)
Sol. CONCEPTION  -> the forming or devising of a plan or idea.
Q2. CONSISTENT
(a) conflictive
(b) correspondent
(c) coherent
(d) congruent
Ans.(a)
Sol. CONSISTENT  ->always acting or behaving in the same way
Q3. EMBRACED
(a) enclasp
(b) strain
(c) reject
(d) domesticate
Ans.(c)
Sol. EMBRACED  ->to accept (something or someone) readily or gladly
Q4. CRIPPLED
(a) disable
(b) lame
(c) lacerate
(d) boost
Ans.(d)
Sol. CRIPPLED  ->to cause severe or permanent injury to
Q5. INTRANSIGENCE
(a) receptivity 
(b) doggedness
(c) pertinacity
(d) obduracy
Ans.(a)
Sol. INTRANSIGENCE  ->a steadfast adherence to an opinion, purpose, or course of action in spite of reason, arguments, or persuasion

Q6. CAPITALISM
(a) tax
(b) imposition
(c) Communism
(d) individualism
Ans.(c)
Sol. CAPITALISM  -> an economic and political system in which a country’s trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state.
Q7. DISSENSION
(a) disaccord
(b) cooperation
(c) disunity
(d) conflict
Ans.(b) 
Sol. DISSENSION  ->a lack of agreement or harmony
Q8. SOPHISTICATE
(a) metropolitan
(b) cosmopolitan
(c) naive
(d) slicker
Ans.(c)
Sol. SOPHISTICATE  -> talk or reason in an impressively complex and educated manner.
Q9.  UNPREDICTABLE
(a) immutable
(b) flickery
(c) volatile
(d) capricious
Ans.(a)
Sol. UNPREDICTABLE  ->likely to change frequently, suddenly, or unexpectedly 

Q10. RUDIMENTARY 
(a) immature
(b) early
(c) derivative
(d) vestigial
Ans.(c)
Sol. RUDIMENTARY  -> relating to an immature, undeveloped, or basic form.

Q11. SUSTAINED
(a) endure
(b) nourish 
(c) decline
(d) nurture
Ans.(c)
Sol. SUSTAINED  ->to supply with nourishment
Q12. RIGOROUSLY
(a) lax
(b) scrupulously
(c) meticulously
(d) strictly
Ans.(a)
Sol. RIGOROUSLY  -> severely exact or accurate
Q13. FATALITY
(a) casualty
(b) birth
(c) victim
(d) sacrifice
Ans.(b)
Sol. FATALITY  ->a person or thing harmed, lost, or destroyed
Q14. DEVASTATED
(a) scourge
(b) waste
(c) rehabilitate
(d) eradicate
Ans.(c)
Sol. DEVASTATED  ->to bring destruction to (something) through violent action
Q15. WAILED
(a) lamentation
(b) anguish
(c) sob
(d) exultation
Ans.(d)
Sol. WAILED  ->a crying out in grief 
   



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