Directions (1-15): Out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given words/sentence.
Q1. One who is beyond correction or reform
Q2. Deep in thought
Q3. Work for which one does not take salary or payment
Q4. Excessive preoccupation with one’s health
Q5. Ceremonial sounding of trumpets
Q6. One who is fond of superior foods and drinks
Q7. Something that is believable
Q8. Swelling from abnormal growth in some part of the body
Q9. A person who lends money at a very high rate of interest
Q10. Opinion contrary to accepted doctrine
Q11. One who does not care for art or literature
Q12. A person or a thing which is unrivalled
(d) Non sequitur
Q13. A jocular person who is full of amusing anecdotes
Q14. A group of stars forming a pattern in the sky
Q15. Without risk of punishment
Sol. Incorrigible: (of a person or their behaviour) not able to be changed or reformed.
Sol. Pensive- engaged in, involving, or reflecting deep or serious thought.
Sol. Honorary: (of an office or its holder) unpaid.
Sol. Hypochondria- a person who is abnormally anxious about their health.
Sol. Fanfare: a short ceremonial tune or flourish played on brass instruments, typically to introduce something or someone important.
Sol. Epicure: a person who takes particular pleasure in fine food and drink.
Sol. Credible: able to be believed; convincing.
Sol. tumour: a swelling of a part of the body, generally without inflammation, caused by an abnormal growth of tissue, whether benign or malignant.
Sol. Usurer: a person who lends money at unreasonably high rates of interest.
Sol. Heresy: belief or opinion contrary to orthodox religious (especially Christian) doctrine.
Sol. Philistine: a person who is hostile or indifferent to culture and the arts.
Sol. Nonpareil: having no match or equal; unrivalled.
Sol. wag- wit, joker
Sol. Constellation: a group of stars forming a recognizable pattern that is traditionally named after its apparent form or identified with a mythological figure.
Sol. impunity: exemption from punishment or freedom from the injurious consequences of an action.