Antonyms MCQ-16

discalced is most dissimilar to

[A] calculated
[B] measured
[C] inclined
[D] shod

Explanation:-
discalced means barefoot; shod means wearing shoes

docile

[A] intelligent
[B] unruly
[C] unreachable
[D] pale

Explanation:-
docile means easily taught; unruly means not easily managed or disciplined

odium

[A] fragrance
[B] ease
[C] admiration
[D] trust

Explanation:-
odium means hatred and condemnation; admiration means a feeling of delighted approval

talent

[A] ungrateful
[B] silent
[C] show
[D] inability

Explanation:-
a talent is a special creative or artistic ability, therefore inability is the opposite

approbate

[A] ingratitude
[B] condemn
[C] dissatisfaction
[D] master

Explanation:-
to approbate means to approve or sanction; to condemn means to declare wrong or to convict

fickle is most opposite to

[A] steady
[B] kind
[C] please
[D] finagle

Explanation:-
fickle means to lack steadiness, therefore steady is the opposite

obtuse is most opposite to

[A] slim
[B] acute
[C] opaque
[D] thick

Explanation:-
obtuse means insensitive or stupid; acute means marked by keen perception or shrewd

valor

[A] cowardice
[B] FALSE
[C] drop
[D] heavy

Explanation:-
valor means strength of mind or spirit, or courage; cowardice means lack of courage

felicitous

[A] morbid
[B] boorish
[C] inopportune
[D] delightful

Explanation:-
felicitous means very well-suited or apt; inopportune means inconvenient or not well-suited

cautious is most dissimilar to

[A] reasonable
[B] careful
[C] illogical
[D] reckless

Explanation:-
cautious means careful; reckless means lacking caution

recondite is most dissimilar to

[A] give
[B] obscure
[C] patent
[D] hardy

Explanation:-
recondite means hidden from sight or obscure; patent means readily visible or intelligible

glower

[A] prairie
[B] smile
[C] raise
[D] throw

Explanation:-
glower means a sullen brooding look, therefore smile is the most dissimilar

bridle

[A] heckle
[B] dissuade
[C] vent
[D] persist

Explanation:-
to bridle means to restrain or keep under control; to vent means to relieve by means of an outlet

tractable is most dissimilar to

[A] invisible
[B] stubborn
[C] unadvisable
[D] special

Explanation:-
tractable means easily handled or managed; stubborn means difficult to handle or manage

scurrilous is most dissimilar to

[A] honest
[B] decent
[C] peaceful
[D] satisfactory

Explanation:-
scurrilous means given to using foul language, or crass; decent means conforming to standards of propriety

impromptu

[A] rehearsed
[B] bizarre
[C] foolish
[D] disarming

Explanation:-
impromptu means unplanned or unrehearsed; rehearsed means trained or practiced