Antonyms MCQ-7

Question No:1

DETUMESCENT:

(A) articulated
(B) alert
(C) swollen
(D) tumultuous

Question No:2

DIATRIBE :

(A) encomium
(B) epitome
(C) epistle
(D) epigram

Question No:3

DIATRIBE :

(A) complimentary description
(B) formal speech
(C) spoken reproof
(D) inaugural address

Question No:4

DIATRIBE :

(A) preaching
(B) oration
(C) eulogy
(D) dissertation

Question No:5

DIFFIDENT :

(A) wise
(B) bold
(C) cruel
(D) relaxed

Question No:6

DILATE :

(A) narrow
(B) strengthen
(C) bend
(D) push

Question No:7

DILETTANTE :

(A) communicant
(B) defender
(C) chaperon
(D) connoisseur

Question No:8

DILUTE :

(A) fill
(B) affirm
(C) install
(D) concentrate

Question No:9

DIMINUTIVE

(A) glossy
(B) energetic
(C) immense
(D) adjacent

Question No:10

DIN :

(A) resonance
(B) weakness
(C) hush
(D) uninhabitable place

Question No:11

DISABUSE:

(A) afflict with pain
(B) lead into error
(C) force into exile
(D) remove from grace

Question No:12

DISAFFECT :

(A) win over .
(B) fail to proceed
(C) include
(D) reinstate

Question No:13

DISARM :

(A) hold close
(B) instruct
(C) challenge
(D) entertain

Question No:14

DISCRETE :

(A) continuous
(B) external
(C) highly developed
(D) illogically composed

Question No:15

DISINGENUOUSNESS :

(A) coherent thought
(B) polite conversation
(C) acquisitiveness
(D) guilelessness

Question No:16

DISINTER :

(A) ban
(B) depress
(C) choose
(D) bury

Question No:17

DISMANTLE :

(A) ignite
(B) arrive
(C) assemble
(D) reconcile

Question No:18

DISPARATE :

(A) homogeneous
(B) cumulative
(C) invariable
(D) cooperative

Question No:19

DISPOSED:

(A) disinclined
(B) disrupted
(C) determined
(D) derided

Question No:20

DISPUTE:

(A) concede
(B) uproot
(C) win
(D) mute

Question No:21

DISSEMBLE:

(A) act conventionally
(B) put together
(C) appear promptly
(D) behave honestly

Question No:22

DISSEMINATE

(A) deceive
(B) garner
(C) constrain
(D) confirm

Question No:23

DISSOLUTION

(A) catharsis
(B) corrugation
(C) coagulation
(D) distortion

Question No:24

DISSONANCE:

(A) concord
(B) confederacy
(C) collusion
(D) consent

Question No:25

DISTEND:

(A) constrict
(B) concentrate
(C) deteriorate
(D) fold