Synonyms-74

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latent

(A) dormant
(B) recent
(C) effeminate
(D) desirable

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

fervid

(A) delightful
(B) difficult
(C) obstinate
(D) ardent

Explanation:-
fervid means ardent or passionate

naive is most similar to

(A) rural
(B) secular
(C) unsophisticated
(D) sultry

Explanation:-
mutiny means resistance to lawful authority, or rebellion

wrath

(A) knot
(B) anger
(C) crime
(D) smoke

Explanation:-
wrath means strong, vengeful anger

mundane

(A) dirty
(B) commonplace
(C) confused
(D) extraordinary

Explanation:-
mundane means ordinary, or commonplace

exultant

(A) afraid
(B) jubilant
(C) expectant
(D) demanding

Explanation:-
exultant means filled with or expressing great joy, or jubilant

civil is most similar to

(A) unkind
(B) trite
(C) public
(D) questionable

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

eschew is most similar to

(A) revert
(B) accompany
(C) admire
(D) abstain

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

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

loom

(A) disappear
(B) cut
(C) surface
(D) teach

Explanation:-
to loom means to come into sight in enlarged or distorted form; to surface means to come to the surface or into view

travesty

(A) confusion
(B) mockery
(C) disaster
(D) speculation

Explanation:-
a travesty is a distorted or grossly inferior imitation; a mockery is an insincere or contemptible imitation

pococurante

(A) native
(B) hot
(C) blasé
(D) hidden

Explanation:-
pococurante means indifferent or nonchalant; blasé means apathetic to pleasure

ascription is most similar to

(A) account
(B) attribution
(C) cure
(D) description

Explanation:-
ascription means the act of referring to a supposed cause, source, or author; attribution means the act of explaining by indicating a cause, or the act of ascribing a work to a particular author or artist

fraud

(A) malcontent
(B) argument
(C) imposter
(D) clown

Explanation:-
a fraud is someone who is not what he or she pretends to be, or an imposter

inscrutable

(A) difficult
(B) mysterious
(C) inflexible
(D) wary

Explanation:-
inscrutable means not easily interpreted or understood, or mysterious

modest most nearly means

(A) attractive
(B) clever
(C) current
(D) humble

Explanation:-
modest means to be free of conceit or pretension, or humble

fearless most nearly means

(A) powerful
(B) cowardly
(C) brave
(D) careful

Explanation:-
fearless means lacking fear, or brave

meld most nearly means

(A) character
(B) distinction
(C) blend
(D) firmness

Explanation:-
to meld means to merge or to blend

refute

(A) garbage
(B) deny
(C) offer
(D) difficult

Explanation:-
to refute means to prove wrong, or to deny the truth of

wretched

(A) twisted
(B) forced
(C) miserable
(D) increased

Explanation:-
wretched means extremely distressed, or miserable