synonyms Objective Questions for RRB,GRE,CAT,UPSC,IBPS,SSC,NDA,CDS Exams
The terminus of his progress would be reached when he accomplishes that honour.
(B) highest stage
(C) last point
Several ancillary units were patronized by that large store,
I don’t see why he should be so obsequious to his brother just because the latter is rich.
(A) unusually kind
(C) excessively respectful
An issue of the highest sensitivity, which required the greatest finesse and delicacy, was handled in the most slapdash manner,
Corruption stalks every sphere of national life.
The militant was nabbed at the airport,
I am afraid I cannot relate the details now.
Both young sleuths felt sure there was a link between the two.
He did not succeed in his Endeavour.
Five year plans have been put into operation to mitigate the sufferings of the poor.
These recent developments seem to be quite adverse to our interests,
He gave such a vivid description of the house we wanted to rent that we did not have to look at it.
If you don’t care for the blemishes of his style, you will find that the writer has a powerful message to convey,
He gav6 an expeditious reply,
He does not know how to husband his resources.
Brevity pays in debate.
The Border Security Force intercepted yesterday a truck carrying arms and ammunition.
His style is quite transparent.
Your present statement has allayed my fears.
Because of a family feud, he never spoke to his wife’s parents.
The speaker drew examples copiously from various books.
The attitude of the Western countries towards the Third World countries is rather callous to say the least.
Hearing the news, the workers were in a state of euphoria,
(A) pleasant excitement
(B) intense indignation
(C) utter depression
(D) great disorder
He kindled the spirit of revenge in him and used it to his advantage.
He was the only reckless worker in the entire staff.