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Direction (1-15): In the following questions, out of the four alternatives, select the word opposite in meaning to the word given.
Sol. Recuperate: recover from illness or exertion.
Hence ‘Worsen’ is the correct antonym.
Sol. Imbed: to enclose closely in or as if in a matrix or to make something an integral part of.
Avulse: to pull off or tear away forcibly.
Hence ‘Avulse’ is the correct antonym.
Sol. Retreat: change one’s mind or plans as a result of criticism or difficulty.
Approach: a way of dealing with a situation or problem.
Hence ‘Approach’ is the correct antonym.
Sol. Trample: tread on and crush.
Aid: help or support (someone or something).
Hence ‘Aid’ is the correct antonym.
Sol. Romp: play roughly and energetically.
Hence Restful is the correct antonym.
Sol. Surly: bad-tempered and unfriendly.
Hence ‘Pleasant’ is the correct antonym.
Sol. Sweltering: stifling; very hot and uncomfortable
Cozy: warm, comfortable and safe.
Clammy: clamp in an unpleasant way.
Hence ‘Freezing’ is the correct antonym.
Sol. Dowdy: not neatly or well-dressed or cared for.
Spruce: (of a person) tidy and clean in appearance.
Unkempt: having an untidy or dishevelled appearance.
Hence ‘Spruce’ is the correct antonym.
Sol. Downcast: feeling unhappiness.
Droopy: lacking strength or spirit.
Gladsome: having a cheerful disposition.
Hence ‘Gladsome’ is the correct antonym.
Sol. Fidgety: inclined to fidget; restless or uneasy.
Composed: having one’s feelings and expressions under control; calm.
Hence ‘Composed’ is the correct antonym.
Sol. Welter: a state in which everything is out of order.
Orderliness: the quality or state of being orderly.
Mishmash: a confused mixture of things.
Hence ‘Orderliness’ is the correct antonym.
Sol. Verdant: green with grass or other rich vegetation.
Thus the correct antonym is ‘Barren’.
Sol. Slapdash: done too hurriedly and carelessly.
Hence the correct antonym is ‘Careful’.
Sol. Ennui: a feeling of utter weariness and discontent resulting from satiety or lack of interest; boredom.
Hence the correct antonym is ‘Excitement’.
Sol. Officious: too eager to tell people what to do and having too high an opinion of your own importance.
Indifferent: showing no concern in attitude or action.
Hence the correct antonym is ‘Indifferent’.
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