Synonyms MCQ-23

hub

[A] counsel
[B] elder
[C] center
[D] extension

Explanation:-
a hub is a center of activity

buffet

[A] protect
[B] barricade
[C] armoire
[D] strike

Explanation:-
to buffet means to strike repeatedly

escarpment

[A] warning
[B] cliff
[C] campsite
[D] tomb

Explanation:-
an escarpment is a long cliff or a steep slope

banish

[A] exile
[B] hate
[C] fade
[D] clean

Explanation:-
to banish means to drive out from home or country, or to exile

appall

[A] delirious
[B] covered
[C] dismay
[D] confuse

Explanation:-
to appall is to overcome with shock, or to dismay

hustle most nearly means

[A] dance
[B] hurry
[C] busy
[D] clean to hustle me

ns to hurry Explanation:-
to hustle meazns to hurry

stigma most nearly means

[A] stain
[B] trial
[C] difficulty
[D] holiness

Explanation:-
stigma means a mark of shame or discredit, or a stain

churlish most nearly means

[A] childish
[B] boorish
[C] tempestuous
[D] disorderly

Explanation:-
churlish means resembling an ill-bred or vulgar person, or boorish

throng

[A] garment
[B] bell
[C] mass
[D] weight

Explanation:-
a throng is a large number of assembled people, or a mass

supervene

[A] intervene
[B] overreach
[C] displace
[D] follow

Explanation:-
to supervene means to follow as an unexpected development

naive is most similar to

[A] rural
[B] secular
[C] unsophisticated
[D] sultry

Explanation:-
mutiny means resistance to lawful authority, or rebellion

calamity

[A] potion
[B] silence
[C] shellfish
[D] disaster

Explanation:-
a calamity is an extraordinarily grave event, or disaster

faculty

[A] defective
[B] school
[C] gift
[D] desire

Explanation:-
one meaning of faculty is an ability or gift

curry

[A] flatter
[B] spicy
[C] squander
[D] game

Explanation:-
to curry means to seek to gain favor, or to flatter

culmination is most similar to

[A] realization
[B] disaster
[C] serendipity
[D] persuasion

Explanation:-
culmination means the act of reaching the highest point, or decisive action; realization means the act of bringing into concrete existence

knell is most similar to

[A] copse
[B] hill
[C] toll
[D] rattle

Explanation:-
to knell means to sound in an ominous manner; to toll means to sound in long measured strokes; both words are used to describe the ringing of bells