In the following passage, there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, five words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each case.
The Emperor of China had (41) some peaches to the king of Tondmandalam with a note (42) that the fruit gives long life to anyone who eats them. As the fruits were being shown to the ruler, Rama, giving in to temptation, (43) up one of the luscious peaches and (44) into it. The king was (45). “You’ve bitten into a fruit (46) for me!” he thundered. “For this you must die!” As Rama was being taken away by the royal guards he sighed dramatically and exclaimed: “What a deceitful man the Emperor of China is. He (47) the fruit gives long life. I took just one bite and I am about to die. Oh. what fate (48) the one who eats the entire fruit !” The king was (49) amused by Rama’s wit. He not only (50) him but gave him a dozen of the peaches he had risked his life for.