Synonyms MCQ-27

fitful

[A] erratic
[B] angry
[C] tired
[D] pronounced

Explanation:-
fitful means having intermittent or irregular character; erratic means lacking regularity

wheedle

[A] retreat
[B] deceive
[C] plead
[D] question

Explanation:-
to wheedle means to influence using soft words or flattery; to plead means to entreat or appeal earnestly

idiom is most similar to

[A] stupidity
[B] recipe
[C] fastener
[D] expression   

Explanation:-
an idiom is an expression that is unique either grammatically or in meaning

jovial

[A] incredulous
[B] merry
[C] revolting
[D] dizzy

Explanation:-
jovial means good humored or merry

loquacious

[A] talkative
[B] thirsty
[C] beautiful
[D] complicated

Explanation:-
loquacious means excessively talkative, or garrulous

beneficial most nearly means

[A] help
[B] advantageous
[C] charity
[D] wise

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shrewd most nearly means

[A] intractable
[B] mean
[C] astute
[D] intelligent

Explanation:-
shrewd means marked by clever awareness, or astute

winnow most nearly means

[A] carve
[B] wind
[C] weed
[D] carry

Explanation:-
to winnow means to sift or get rid of, like weed, it is often used with “out’’

latent

[A] dormant
[B] recent
[C] effeminate
[D] desirable

Explanation:-
latent means capable of becoming but not currently visible, or dormant

redolent

[A] ubiquitous
[B] odorous
[C] shy
[D] bellicose

Explanation:-
redolent means aromatic or full of a specific scent, or odorous

lambaste is most similar to

[A] marinade
[B] commotion
[C] censure
[D] tickle

Explanation:-
to lambaste means to attack verbally, or to censure

superficial

[A] gorgeous
[B] shallow
[C] intelligent
[D] rich

Explanation:-
superficial means to be concerned only with the surface or appearance, or shallow

dire

[A] questionable
[B] forthright
[C] traitor
[D] urgent

Explanation:-
dire means desperately urgent

manifold

[A] evident
[B] contemporary
[C] diverse
[D] willing

Explanation:-
manifold means marked by variety, or diverse

voracious is most similar to

[A] ravenous
[B] violent
[C] voluble
[D] rambunctious

Explanation:-
voracious and ravenous mean having a huge appetite

pedantic is most similar to

[A] pedestrian
[B] arduous
[C] fickle
[D] consequential

Explanation:-
pedantic means ostentatiously or narrowly learned, or unimaginative; one meaning of pedestrian is commonplace or unimaginative