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# Synonyms and Antonyms List for NMAT PDF:

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Question 1: Select the most appropriate SYNONYM of the given word.
Frugal

a) Lavish

b) Prudent

c) Generous

d) Humble

Question 2: Select the most appropriate SYNONYM of the given word.
Dejected

a) Cheerful

b) Elated

c) Gloomy

d) Fearless

Question 3: Select the most appropriate ANTONYM of the given word.
Exodus

a) Withdrawal

b) Arrival

c) Migration

d) Movement

Question 4: Select the most appropriate ANTONYM of the given word.
Apathy

a) Indifference

b) Unconcern

c) Passivity

d) Passion

Question 5: Select the most appropriate SYNONYM of the given word.
RATIFY

a) Amend

b) Approve

c) Revoke

d) Detain

Question 6: Select the most appropriate SYNONYM of the given word.
NOVICE

a) Expert

b) New

c) Experienced

d) Beginner

Question 7: Select the most appropriate ANTONYM of the given word.
LUCID

a) Rational

b) Ambiguous

c) Vivid

d) Coherent

Question 8: Select the most appropriate ANTONYM of the given word.
AUDACITY

a) Politeness

b) Courage

c) Heroism

d) Bavery

Question 9: Select the most appropriate synonym of the word
Meager

a) Profuse

b) Ample

c) Abundant

d) Scanty

Question 10: Select the most appropriate antonym of the word

a) Weary

b) Gorged

c) Satiated

d) Fresh

Frugal means someone who is economical as regards to money or food, hence the correct synonym is ‘prudent’, so option b is the correct answer.

Dejected means depressed or sad, hence the correct synonym is ‘gloomy’, so option c is the correct answer.

Exodus means a mass departure of people, hence the correct antonym is arrival, so option b is the correct answer.

Apathy means lack of interest, hence the correct antonym is ‘passion’, so option d is the correct answer.

Ratify means approve or confirm.

Novice means a learner or beginner.

Lucid means expressed clearly or vividly so the antonym is ambiguous.