Synonyms MCQ-22

homogeneous

[A] alike
[B] strange
[C] polite
[D] alkaline

Explanation:-
homogeneous means descended from the same ancestral type, or alike

proxy

[A] spasm
[B] closeness
[C] delegate
[D] court

Explanation:-
a proxy is a person who has the power to act for another, or a delegate

pococurante

[A] native
[B] hot
[C] blasé
[D] hidden

Explanation:-
pococurante means indifferent or nonchalant; blasé means apathetic to pleasure

pensive

[A] oppressed
[B] caged
[C] thoughtful
[D] happy

Explanation:-
pensive means moodily or dreamily thoughtful

inscrutable

[A] difficult
[B] mysterious
[C] inflexible
[D] wary

Explanation:-
inscrutable means not easily interpreted or understood, or mysterious

prolong most nearly means

[A] extend
[B] inquire
[C] relax
[D] wait to prolong me

ns to lengthen in time, or to exten

Explanation:-
to prolong meazns to lengthen in time, or to extendz

dupe most nearly means

[A] rancher
[B] trick
[C] simpleton
[D] drug

Explanation:-
to dupe means to deceive or to trick

mordant most nearly means

[A] dead
[B] gruesome
[C] fetid
[D] caustic

Explanation:-
mordant means biting or caustic in means or speech

impel

[A] force
[B] block
[C] hinder
[D] discredit

Explanation:-
to impel means to drive forward using strong moral pressure, or to force

impugn

[A] imply
[B] fret
[C] assail
[D] recalcitrant

Explanation:-
to impugn means to attack verbally as false or lacking integrity; to assail means to attack

mutiny is most similar to

[A] rebellion
[B] currency
[C] sailor
[D] hassle

Explanation:-
resilient means capable of withstanding shock; flimsy means lacking in physical strength or substance

plethora

[A] trouble
[B] foolish
[C] wealth
[D] love

Explanation:-
abundance means an ample quantity, or wealth

herald

[A] insignia
[B] postpone
[C] hail
[D] regal

Explanation:-
to herald means to greet with enthusiasm, or to hail

nefarious

[A] infamous
[B] macabre
[C] evil
[D] distinguished

Explanation:-
nefarious means flagrantly wicked, or evil

exploit is most similar to

[A] answer
[B] feat
[C] accident
[D] persuade

Explanation:-
an exploit is a notable or heroic act; a feat is a courageous deed

abeyant is most similar to

[A] FALSE
[B] disgusting
[C] pending
[D] novice

Explanation:-
abeyant means in a period of temporary inactivity, or pending