Synonyms MCQ-52

miserable

(A) cruel
(B) wrong
(C) unhappy
(D) miss

Explanation:-
miserable means in a state of distress or unhappiness

vintage

(A) classic
(B) alcoholic
(C) disease
(D) spoiled

Explanation:-
vintage means of old and enduring interest, or classic

tart

(A) law
(B) acid
(C) angry
(D) desirable

Explanation:-
tart means pleasantly sharp or acid to the taste

corner

(A) display
(B) trap
(C) paint
(D) hurry

Explanation:-
to corner means to drive into a corner, or to trap

zest

(A) gusto
(B) cram
(C) worry
(D) trial

Explanation:-
one meaning of zest is keen enjoyment, or gusto

haggle

(A) tired
(B) climb
(C) decrease
(D) bargain

Explanation:-
to haggle means to negotiate over terms or price, or to bargain

impel

(A) force
(B) block
(C) hinder
(D) discredit

Explanation:-
to impel means to drive forward using strong moral pressure, or to force

throng

(A) garment
(B) bell
(C) mass
(D) weight

Explanation:-
a throng is a large number of assembled people, or a mass

imperial

(A) bratty
(B) oppressive
(C) regal
(D) beautiful

Explanation:-
imperial means befitting or suggesting an emperor; regal means befitting or suggesting a king

diffuse

(A) difficult
(B) scatter
(C) incomprehensible
(D) unplug

Explanation:-
to diffuse means to break up or spread out, or to scatter

hinder

(A) lose
(B) loose
(C) despair
(D) check

Explanation:-
to hinder means to hold back; one meaning of to check means to slow or bring to a stop

latent

(A) dormant
(B) recent
(C) effeminate
(D) desirable

Explanation:-
latent means capable of becoming but not currently visible, or dormant

wretched

(A) twisted
(B) forced
(C) miserable
(D) increased

Explanation:-
wretched means extremely distressed, or miserable

irksome

(A) outrageous
(B) fearsome
(C) impoverished
(D) annoying

Explanation:-
irksome means tedious or annoying

regulate

(A) even
(B) police
(C) flow
(D) position

Explanation:-
to regulate means to bring under the control of law; to police means to control or keep order

warrant

(A) justify
(B) burrow
(C) hide
(D) integrity

Explanation:-
to warrant means to serve as adequate ground or reason, or to justify

protract

(A) hire
(B) fold
(C) delay
(D) corner

Explanation:-
to protract means to prolong in time or space, or to delay

lax

(A) ensure
(B) slack
(C) servant
(D) strive

Explanation:-
lax means in a relaxed state, or slack

rigor

(A) austerity
(B) rope
(C) fix
(D) excess

Explanation:-
rigor means severity of life, or austerity