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Direction (1-10): In the following questions, out of the four alternatives, select the word opposite in meaning to the word given.
Sol. Hogwash: nonsense.
Hence Hogwash and Logic are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Extant: still in existence; surviving.
Hence Extant and Destroyed are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Flaccid: soft and hanging loosely or limply, especially so as to look or feel unpleasant.
Taut: stretched or pulled tight; not slack.
Hence Flaccid and Taut are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Balk: hesitate or be unwilling to accept an idea or undertaking.
Impetus: something that makes a process or activity happen or happen more quickly.
Hence Balk and Impetus are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Upturn: an improvement or upward trend.
Slump: a sudden severe or prolonged fall.
Hence Upturn and Slump are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Indenture: a legal agreement, contract, or document, in particular:
Protrusion: something that protrudes; a protuberance.
Hence Indenture and Protrusion are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Mottle: mark with spots or smears of color.
Hence Mottle and Clean are antonyms to each other.
(b) Dress up
Sol. Apportion: to give as a share or portion.
Withhold: to refrain from granting, giving, or allowing.
Hence Apportion and Withhold are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Blazon: display prominently or vividly.
Conceal: to prevent disclosure or recognition of.
Hence Blazon and Conceal are antonyms to each other.
Sol. Unsavory: disagreeable to taste, smell or look at.
Hence Unsavory and Delicious are antonyms to each other.