Synonyms MCQ-32

dastardly

[A] devastating
[B] cowardly
[C] clever
[D] munificent

Explanation:-
dastardly means despicably mean or cowardly

aegis

[A] superstition
[B] reference
[C] sponsorship
[D] archive

Explanation:-
aegis means protection, or sponsorship

hubris is most similar to

[A] earth
[B] pride
[C] humility
[D] sorrow

Explanation:-
hubris means exaggerated pride or self-confidence

generic

[A] general
[B] cheap
[C] fresh
[D] elderly

Explanation:-
generic means having the characteristic of a whole group,

pall

[A] light
[B] satiate
[C] carry
[D] horror

Explanation:-
to pall can mean to deprive of pleasure in something by satiating

congregate most nearly means

[A] worship
[B] gather
[C] disturb
[D] hurry to

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group Explanation:-
to czongregazte meazns to gazther in az group

meld most nearly means

[A] character
[B] distinction
[C] blend
[D] firmness

Explanation:-
to meld means to merge or to blend

miserable

[A] cruel
[B] wrong
[C] unhappy
[D] miss

Explanation:-
miserable means in a state of distress or unhappiness

protract

[A] hire
[B] fold
[C] delay
[D] corner

Explanation:-
to protract means to prolong in time or space, or to delay

infirm is most similar to

[A] hospital
[B] weak
[C] short
[D] fortitude

Explanation:-
infirm means feeble from age, or weak

jejune is most similar to

[A] youthful
[B] insipid
[C] charming
[D] quick

Explanation:-
jejune means lacking in substance or interest; insipid means lacking in qualities to excite or interest

scale

[A] climb
[B] sail
[C] swim
[D] skate

Explanation:-
one meaning of scale is to climb

conciliate

[A] appease
[B] disagree
[C] revive
[D] separate

Explanation:-
to conciliate means to gain goodwill with pleasing acts, or to appease

peer is most similar to

[A] apple
[B] connote
[C] fellow
[D] recluse

Explanation:-
a peer is a person belonging to the same group; a fellow is an equal in rank, or a member of the same group

apropos is most similar to

[A] opportune
[B] unexpected
[C] misspoken
[D] idea

Explanation:-
apropos means being both relevant and appropriate; opportune means occurring at an appropriate time

heed

[A] trek
[B] consider
[C] consolidate
[D] bound

Explanation:-
to heed means to pay attention to, or to consider

aficionado

[A] novice
[B] trickster
[C] devotee
[D] agent

Explanation:-
an aficionado is a fan, or a devotee

sepulture

[A] burial
[B] parasite
[C] verse
[D] sermon

Explanation:-
sepulture means burial

contrite is most similar to

[A] brief
[B] malicious
[C] banal
[D] rueful

Explanation:-
contrite means penitent for sin or failing; rueful means regretful