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Synonyms and Antonyms Questions for IIFT – Most Important

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InstructionsDirections :In the following questions choose the word opposite in meaning to the given word.

Question 1:Â MEANDERING

a)Â Sliding

b)Â Sloping

c)Â Strained

d)Â Straight

Solution:

Meandering means “being a curvy path” and the word straight is the perfect antonym.

Question 2:Â FERVENT

a)Â Inexcitable

b)Â Enduring

c)Â Dispassionate

d)Â Subdued

Solution:

Fevent means showing a passionate intensity.
So option C, “Dispassionate”, is clearly the antonym for fervent.

Question 3:Â PERSPICUITY

a)Â Vagueness

b)Â Dullness

c)Â Unfairness

d)Â Unwillingness

Solution:

Perspecuity means to see through, and vagueness means to have a rough imagery or not clear a image.

Question 4:Â VERITY

a)Â Sanctity

b)Â Reverence

c)Â Falsehood

d)Â Rarity

Solution:

Verity means something thatÂ is regarded true.
So option C, Falsehood is the only word in the options which gives the opposite meaning of the given word.

Question 5:Â FLORID

a)Â Weak

b)Â Pale

c)Â Monotonous

d)Â Ugly

Solution:

Florid meansÂ having a red or flushed complexion.
In the given options A and C can be eliminated because they aren’t relevant.
Option D doesn’t mean that somebody is not red.
So the remaining option B is the right choice as “Pale” means light faded colour(red).

Question 6:Â Select the antonym of demure

a)Â humble

b)Â bold

c)Â coy

d)Â sober

Solution:

‘Demure’ means ‘shy and reserved’.

‘Coy’ means ‘pretending to be shy’. ‘Sober’ means ‘not under the influence of alcohol’.

Therefore, ‘bold’ is the word opposite in meaning to ‘demure’. Hence, option B is the right answer.

Question 7:Â Select the synonym of purge

a)Â evacuate

b)Â pressurize

c)Â thrust

d)Â float

Solution:

‘Purge’ means to get rid of something. Option A – ‘evacuate’ also means the same thing.

Question 8:Â Choose the antonym of analogue

a)Â correlate

b)Â cognate

c)Â dialogue

d)Â difference

Solution:

‘Analogue’ means a person or a thing seen as comparable to another.

So out of the given options ‘difference’ must be the antonym of ‘analogue’.

Hence, option D is the right choice.

Question 9:Â Select the synonym of ‘splayed’

a)Â nimble

c)Â frayed

Solution:

‘Splay’ means to spread things apart. Hence, option D is the correct answer.

Instructions

Select the most appropriate antonym of the given word.

Question 10:Â SALIENT

a)Â negligible

b)Â prominent

c)Â striking

d)Â clear

Solution:

Salient means prominent or important, so the antonym is negligible.

Instructions

In following questions, out of the four alternatives choose the one which best expresses the meaning of the given.

Question 11:Â INTREPID

a)Â Ambitious

b)Â Determined

c)Â Talkative

d)Â Fearless

Solution:

Intrepid means someone who is not afraid, i.e.Â fearless, hence the last option best expresses meaning of above word.

Ambitious and determined are synonyms and talkative is one who speaks a lot.

=> Ans – (D)

Question 12:Â ABROGATE

a)Â Repeal

b)Â Destroy

c)Â Delay

d)Â Dismiss

Solution:

Abrogate means to repeal or evade, hence the first option best expresses meaning of above word.

Destroy means to ruin, delay means late and dismiss means to send away.

=> Ans – (A)

Question 13:Â DEFERENCE

a)Â Indifference

b)Â Sympathy

c)Â Respect

d)Â Flattery

Solution:

Deference means to show respect, hence the third option best expresses meaning of above word.

Indifference means sympathy and flattery means to praise.

=> Ans – (C)

Question 14:Â COVENANT

a)Â Case

b)Â Coupon

c)Â Contract

d)Â settlement

Solution:

Covenant means an agreement.

Case = situation

Coupon = a discount voucher

Contract = agreement

Settlement = bargain

Thus, the third option best expresses meaning of above word.

=> Ans – (C)

Question 15:Â OBNOXIOUS

a)Â Depressing

b)Â Disgusting

c)Â Arrogant

d)Â Filthy

Solution:

Obnoxious means extremely unpleasant.

Depressing = feeling miserable dejection

Disgusting = unpleasant

Arrogant = egoistic

Filthy = unclean

Thus, second option best expresses meaning of above word.

=> Ans – (B)