Synonyms MCQ-30

flex

[A] bend
[B] binge
[C] rid
[D] consume

Explanation:-
to flex means to bend

mien

[A] carriage
[B] average
[C] vicious
[D] disguise

Explanation:-
mien means appearance or demeanor; carriage means manner of holding one’s body, or posture

balk is most similar to

[A] crow
[B] fight
[C] distress
[D] hamper

Explanation:-
one meaning of to balk is to check or to stop; to hamper means to impede or restrain

charisma

[A] ghost
[B] force
[C] charm
[D] courage

Explanation:-
charisma is magnetic charm or appeal

educe

[A] demand
[B] elicit
[C] ideal
[D] unlawful

Explanation:-
to educe means to develop something potential or latent; to elicit means to draw out something hidden or latent

aloof most nearly means

[A] above
[B] tidy
[C] clever
[D] reserved

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nt in feeling, or reserve

Explanation:-
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mitigate most nearly means

[A] relieve
[B] blend
[C] defend
[D] confuse

Explanation:-
mitigate means to make less severe or painful, or to relieve

refute

[A] garbage
[B] deny
[C] offer
[D] difficult

Explanation:-
to refute means to prove wrong, or to deny the truth of

regulate

[A] even
[B] police
[C] flow
[D] position

Explanation:-
to regulate means to bring under the control of law; to police means to control or keep order

vociferous

[A] numerous
[B] bountiful
[C] strident
[D] garrulous

Explanation:-
vociferous means loud and insistent, often in presentation of demands or requests; strident also means loud and insistent

decorum is most similar to

[A] etiquette
[B] merit
[C] parliament
[D] slipshod

Explanation:-
decorum means conduct required in social life, or etiquette

methodical

[A] rhythmic
[B] poetic
[C] systematic
[D] disrespectful

Explanation:-
methodical means proceeding according to an order or system, or systematic

supplant

[A] grow
[B] replace
[C] undo
[D] question

Explanation:-
to supplant means take the place of, or to replace

erratic is most similar to

[A] enticing
[B] frequent
[C] difficult
[D] irregular

Explanation:-
erratic means lacking regularity, or irregular

abscond is most similar to

[A] rob
[B] obscure
[C] flee
[D] absolve

Explanation:-
to abscond means to depart secretly; to flee means to run away

flagitious is most similar to

[A] deliberate
[B] fatiguing
[C] villainous
[D] habitual

Explanation:-
flagitious means marked by outrageous crime or vice; villainous means having the characteristics of a deliberate criminal or scoundrel