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    In the following questions, a word is given at the top. From the given answer choices, select an appropriate antonym for this word.

Antonym: Test-20

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Question 1
Evident:
A
suspected
B
disagreed
C
doubtful
D
unimportant
Question 1 Explanation:
Something that is clear or easy to understand
Question 2
Adamant:
A
yielding
B
permissive
C
liberal
D
tolerant
Question 2 Explanation:
To be adamant is to be very determined and not influenced by appeals to reconsider a position or decision
Question 3
Professional:
A
novice
B
amateur
C
dabbler
D
apprentice
Question 3 Explanation:
Professional is someone engaged in an occupation as a paid job rather than as a hobby
Question 4
Callous:
A
persuasive
B
caring
C
gentle
D
sensitive
Question 4 Explanation:
To be callous is to be insensitive towards someone’s feelings or emotions
Question 5
Incredible:
A
credulous
B
probable
C
possible
D
creditable
Question 5 Explanation:
In this case, unexpected or astonishingly large or great
Question 6
detest:
A
test
B
dislike
C
like
D
interest
Question 6 Explanation:
To detest is to hate strongly
Question 7
intentional:
A
accidental
B
undecided
C
concentrated
D
broken
Question 7 Explanation:
Intentional is something that was not planned, or premeditated
Question 8
commence:
A
start
B
schedule
C
conclude
D
dissolve
Question 8 Explanation:
To commence is to begin or start with some activity or event
Question 9
expand:
A
contract
B
contrast
C
consist
D
controvert
Question 9 Explanation:
To expand is to make something better or larger in size, scope, or extent
Question 10
prosperity:
A
propriety
B
property
C
adversity
D
perspicacity
Question 10 Explanation:
Prosperity is used to define a period of happiness, progress, and welfare, both in economic and social terms
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