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

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Question 1
Dubious:
A
doubtful
B
embarrassed
C
duplicate
D
humiliated
Question 1 Explanation:
The meaning of the word Dubious (Adjective) is: debatable ;Skeptical; doubtful.
Question 2
Flabbergasted:
A
scared
B
embarrassed
C
astounded
D
humiliated
Question 2 Explanation:
The meaning of the word Flabbergasted (Adjective) is: stunned, staggered, astonished. The meaning of the word Dumbfounded is: thunderstruck because of surprise.
Question 3
Eternal:
A
innumerable
B
immeasurable
C
prolonged
D
perpetual
Question 3 Explanation:
The meaning of the word Eternal (Adjective) is perpetual; everlasting ;timeless; permanent.
Question 4
Genuine:
A
authentic
B
legitimate
C
reliable
D
pure
Question 4 Explanation:
The meaning of the word Genuine (Adjective) is: authentic; actual; reliable; not artificial. Hence, the words genuine and authentic are synonymous
Question 5
Obscene:
A
indecent
B
incorrigible
C
ridiculous
D
intolerable
Question 5 Explanation:
The meaning of the word Obscene (Adjective) is : bawdy, crude, offensive: outrageous; and profane. Hence, the words obscene and indecent are synonymous.
Question 6
Indignation:
A
hatred
B
fury
C
disapproval
D
contempt
Question 6 Explanation:
The word Indignation (Noun) means: a feeling of rage and resentment caused by something that you think is unfair or unreasonable. Look at the sentence: Cruelty to animals has raised public fury. Hence, the words Indignation and Fury are synonymous
Question 7
Ellipsis:
A
Allegory
B
device
C
sympathy
D
picturesque
Question 7 Explanation:
The word Ellipsis (Noun) means: a turn of expression or allegory.
Question 8
Meticulous:
A
interfere
B
courage
C
agreement
D
particular
Question 8 Explanation:
The word Meticulous (Adjective) means: detailed, fastidious, precise. Look at the sentences: He has prepared his bio data with meticulous care. Ram is always meticulous in keeping the files in proper order. Hence, the words Meticulous and Particular are synonymous.
Question 9
Rescind:
A
change
B
repeal
C
repeat
D
reconsider
Question 9 Explanation:
The word Rescind (Verb! means: to declare null and void, invalidate, repeal. Hence, the words rescind and repeal are synonymous.
Question 10
Antipathy:
A
dishonesty
B
disturbance
C
demonstration
D
dislike
Question 10 Explanation:
The word Antipathy (Noun) means: a strong feeling of dislike; hatred, ill- feeling. Look at the sentence: A growing antipathy between both the sisters drew them apart. Hence, the words Antipathy and Dislike are synonymous.
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