Synonyms MCQ-29

flaunt

[A] conceal
[B] parade
[C] trust
[D] fray

Explanation:-
to flaunt means to display ostentatiously or impudently; to parade means to exhibit ostentatiously

aver

[A] dissipate
[B] create
[C] hate
[D] state

Explanation:-
to aver means to declare positively, or to state

brood is most similar to

[A] wander
[B] direction
[C] progeny
[D] tribe

Explanation:-
a brood is the young of an animal or a family of young; progeny is the offspring of animals or plants

simulate

[A] excite
[B] imitate
[C] trick
[D] apelike

Explanation:-
to simulate is to assume the outward appearance of, or to imitate

temerity

[A] audacity
[B] fearfulness
[C] shyness
[D] stupidity

Explanation:-
temerity means unreasonable contempt for danger or recklessness, or audacity

negligent most nearly means

[A] pajamas
[B] morbid
[C] careless
[D] dark negligent me

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negligent meazns mazrkedz bzy negleczt, or czazreless

flagrant most nearly means

[A] vibrant
[B] glaring
[C] vicious
[D] pleasant

Explanation:-
flagrant means obviously wrong or immoral; glaring means painfully obvious

voluntary

[A] willing
[B] charity
[C] prisoner
[D] careless

Explanation:-
voluntary means done by one’s own will, or willing

irksome

[A] outrageous
[B] fearsome
[C] impoverished
[D] annoying

Explanation:-
irksome means tedious or annoying

propinquity

[A] habit
[B] nearness
[C] capacity
[D] tendency

Explanation:-
propinquity means nearness in place or time

largesse is most similar to

[A] greatness
[B] generosity
[C] miniscule
[D] clumsiness

Explanation:-
largesse means liberal giving or generosity

reform

[A] punish
[B] destroy
[C] display
[D] correct

Explanation:-
to reform means to change for the better, or to correct

sundry

[A] aged
[B] supply
[C] various
[D] tremendous

Explanation:-
sundry means an indeterminate number, or various

glare is most similar to

[A] scowl
[B] hide
[C] display
[D] summon

Explanation:-
to glare means to stare angrily; to scowl means to have an angry expression

eschew is most similar to

[A] revert
[B] accompany
[C] admire
[D] abstain

Explanation:-
to eschew means to avoid habitually, or to abstain

expiation is most similar to

[A] breathing
[B] immigration
[C] divergence
[D] atonement

Explanation:-
expiation means the act of making atonement; atonement means reparation for an offense or injury