Synonyms MCQ-19

perfidy is most similar to

[A] incompleteness
[B] ideal
[C] betrayal
[D] braggart

Explanation:-
perfidy means an act of disloyalty, or betrayal

gracious

[A] pretty
[B] clever
[C] pleasant
[D] present

Explanation:-
gracious means to be pleasant or considerate in social interactions

distort

[A] wrong
[B] evil
[C] deform
[D] harm

Explanation:-
to distort means to twist out of a normal state, or to deform

stentorian

[A] violent
[B] misbegotten
[C] loud
[D] stealthy

Explanation:-
stentorian means loud and is usually used to imply a voice of great power and range

negligible most nearly means

[A] insignificant
[B] arguable
[C] careless
[D] dark negligi

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bespoke most nearly means

[A] gentle
[B] quiet
[C] tailored
[D] handsome

Explanation:-
bespoke means custom-made; tailored also means custom-made

corner

[A] display
[B] trap
[C] paint
[D] hurry

Explanation:-
to corner means to drive into a corner, or to trap

discrete

[A] leave
[B] diminish
[C] squander
[D] distinct

Explanation:-
discrete means individually distinct

lull is most similar to

[A] pause
[B] noise
[C] boring
[D] mark

Explanation:-
a lull is a temporary pause

obloquy is most similar to

[A] tirade
[B] dependence
[C] oval
[D] circumlocution

Explanation:-
obloquy means abusive language; tirade means harshly censorious language

mundane

[A] dirty
[B] commonplace
[C] confused
[D] extraordinary

Explanation:-
mundane means ordinary, or commonplace

recalcitrant

[A] hesitant
[B] subdued
[C] unruly
[D] subtract

Explanation:-
recalcitrant means defiant of authority, or unruly

expertise is most similar to

[A] activity
[B] courage
[C] mastery
[D] effort

Explanation:-
expertise and mastery both mean special skills or knowledge

epitome is most similar to

[A] volume
[B] essence
[C] summit
[D] deliverance

Explanation:-
an epitome is a typical or ideal example; essence is the real or very basic nature of something

appoint

[A] score
[B] discuss
[C] nominate
[D] ensure

Explanation:-
to appoint means to name officially, often to a position; to nominate means to appoint or propose for office

rogue

[A] knave
[B] wander
[C] buffoon
[D] color

Explanation:-
a rogue is a dishonest person; a knave is a tricky deceitful person