Synonyms MCQ-31

tantalize

[A] pronounce
[B] reign
[C] equal
[D] flirt

Explanation:-
to tantalize means to tease by presenting something desirable; to flirt means to behave amorously without serious intent

paroxysm

[A] conundrum
[B] fit
[C] contraction
[D] spite

Explanation:-
a paroxysm is an attack or convulsion, or a fit

staunch is most similar to

[A] faithful
[B] strict
[C] biased
[D] political

Explanation:-
staunch means steadfast in loyalty or principle, or faithful

apportion

[A] divide
[B] decide
[C] cut
[D] squabble

Explanation:-
to apportion is to divide and share out

nabob

[A] bigwig
[B] doubter
[C] frolic
[D] converse

Explanation:-
a nabob is a person of great wealth or importance, or a bigwig

resolve most nearly means

[A] turn
[B] puzzle
[C] decide
[D] want one me

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one meazning of resolve is to dzeczidze, often to stop from dzoing something

rail most nearly means

[A] scold
[B] push
[C] try
[D] punish

Explanation:-
to rail means to scold in harsh, abusive language

cheat

[A] stingy
[B] argue
[C] freckle
[D] defraud

Explanation:-
to cheat means to influence by means of trickery, or to defraud

warrant

[A] justify
[B] burrow
[C] hide
[D] integrity

Explanation:-
to warrant means to serve as adequate ground or reason, or to justify

delirious is most similar to

[A] manic
[B] calm
[C] tasty
[D] suspicious

Explanation:-
delirious means marked by frenzied excitement, or manic

tumid is most similar to

[A] swollen
[B] fetid
[C] aggressive
[D] despondent

Explanation:-
tumid means puffy or swollen

spite

[A] joy
[B] beverage
[C] wonder
[D] malice

Explanation:-
spite means petty ill will or hatred, or malice

venerate

[A] ordain
[B] breathe
[C] polish
[D] revere

Explanation:-
to venerate means to treat with reverential respect, or to revere

civil is most similar to

[A] unkind
[B] trite
[C] public
[D] questionable

Explanation:-
one meaning of civil is involving the general public

knack is most similar to

[A] bruise
[B] ability
[C] keepsake
[D] scoundrel

Explanation:-
a knack is a special ability

inveigle is most similar to

[A] cajole
[B] complexity
[C] hoodwink
[D] distress

Explanation:-
to inveigle means to win over with flattery; to cajole means to persuade with flattery