Directions (Q1-5): In the following questions choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word.
Direction: (Q6-10): In the following questions choose the word similar in meaning to the given word.
The word Florid (Adjective) means: rosy; gaudy; ornate; red; having too much decoration or detail.
The word Pale (Adjective) means: light in color; not strong or bright; having skin that is almost white because of illness.
Hence, the words florid and pale are antonymous.
The word Verity (Noun) means: a belief or principle about life that is accepted as true; truth).
Hence, the words verity and falsehood are antonymous.
The word Perspicuity (Noun) means: clarity.
The word Vagueness (Noun) means: no clarity in a person’s mind.
Hence, the words perspicuity and vagueness are antonymous.
The word Fervent (Adjective) means: having or showing very strong and sincere feelings about something; ardent.
The word Dispassionate (Adjective) means: not influenced by emotion; impartial. Hence, the words fervent and dispassionate are antonymous.
The word Meandering (Adjective) means: not straight; curved: a course that does not follow a straight path.
Hence, the words meandering and straight are antonymous
The words Erroneously (Adverb) and wrongly (not correctly) are synonymous.
The word ‘Estranged’ (Adjective) means: no longer living with the other partner: no longer friendly. Hence, estranged and separated are synonymous.
The word ‘Capitulate’ (Verb) means: stop fighting against somebody/ something and agree to what they want. Hence, surrender and capitulate are synonymous.
The word ‘propitiate’ (Verb) means win the favor of somebody by a pleasing act. Hence, propitiate and appease are synonymous.
The word ‘Ceremonial’ (Adjective) means: formal’ relating to ceremony.