Antonym MCQ-19

Question No:1

OBSTREPEROUS:

(A) willing to learn
(B) easy to control
(C) free from pain
(D) slow to retaliate

Question No:2

OCCULT:

(A) anticipate
(B) disclose
(C) emphasize
(D) change

Question No:3

OCCLUDED:

(A) unobstructed
(B) intersecting
(C) extrapolated
(D) extended

Question No:4

ODIUM:

(A) approval
(B) fragrance
(C) passion
(D) drug

Question No:5

OFFHAND:

(A) accurate
(B) universal
(C) appropriate
(D) premeditated

Question No:6

ONEROUS:

(A) popular
(B) beneficial
(C) claming
(D) requiring little effort

Question No:7

OPAQUENESS:

(A) opalescence
(B) clarity
(C) density
(D) latency

Question No:8

OPPROBRIOUS:

(A) meretricious
(B) innocuous
(C) invulnerable
(D) irreproachable

Question No:9

OPPROBRIUM:

(A) good repute
(B) fidelity
(C) exposure
(D) patience

Question No:10

ORIENT:

(A) hasten
(B) defile
(C) menace
(D) confuse

Question No:11

ORTHODOXY:

(A) impermeability
(B) nonconformity
(C) similarity
(D) salaciousness

Question No:12

OSCILLATE:

(A) remain static
(B) measure approximately
(C) describe qualitatively
(D) impede movement

Question No:13

OSSIFY:

(A) create consensus
(B) placate critics
(C) reassemble fragments
(D) transcend conventions

Question No:14

OSTENTATION:

(A) defensive conduct
(B) timid approach
(C) begrudging concession
(D) modest demeanor

Question No:15

OUTLANDISH:

(A) prolific
(B) unchanging
(C) conventional
(D) noticeable

Question No:16

OUTSET:

(A) regression
(B) series
(C) exit
(D) termination

Question No:17

OVERREACH:

(A) understate
(B) under perform
(C) understand
(D) underpin

Question No:18

PALLIATE;

(A) terminate
(B) color
(C) drain
(D) aggravate

Question No:19

PALPABLE:

(A) phantomlike
(B) insecure
(C) distinctive
(D) insubordinate

Question No:20

PALPABILITY:

(A) infertility
(B) inflammability
(C) intangibility
(D) intractability

Question No:21

PARTITION:

(A) unify
(B) mollify
(C) nullify
(D) fortify

Question No:22

PATHOLOGICAL:

(A) acute
(B) normal
(C) adequate
(D) variable

Question No:23

PAUCITY:

(A) ample supply
(B) hasty action
(C) familiarity
(D) alertness

Question No:24

PEDESTRIAN:

(A) concise
(B) attractive
(C) mobile
(D) imaginative

Question No:25

PEER;

(A) a complicated structure
(B) a subordinate person
(C) an inept musician
(D) an unreliable worker