Synonyms-76

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malign is most similar to

(A) evil
(B) malicious
(C) slander
(D) grandiose

Explanation:-
one meaning of liberal is giving freely, or generous; stingy means lacking generosity

calamity

(A) potion
(B) silence
(C) shellfish
(D) disaster

Explanation:-
a calamity is an extraordinarily grave event, or disaster

affect

(A) outcome
(B) share
(C) pompous
(D) cultivate

Explanation:-
to affect means to make a display of using or liking something, or to cultivate

recalcitrant

(A) hesitant
(B) subdued
(C) unruly
(D) subtract

Explanation:-
recalcitrant means defiant of authority, or unruly

fiasco is most similar to

(A) festival
(B) disaster
(C) happenstance
(D) ceremony

Explanation:-
a fiasco is a complete failure, or a disaster

knack is most similar to

(A) bruise
(B) ability
(C) keepsake
(D) scoundrel

Explanation:-
a knack is a special ability

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

gaudy

(A) massive
(B) mindful
(C) tasteful
(D) flashy

Explanation:-
gaudy means ostentatiously or tastelessly ornamented; flashy means ostentatious or showy

admonish

(A) laud
(B) decorate
(C) caution
(D) admire

Explanation:-
to admonish means to express warning in a gentle manner, or to caution

plutocrat

(A) banker
(B) priest
(C) judge
(D) astronomer

Explanation:-
a plutocrat is one who rules by virtue of wealth; a banker is one who engages in the business of finance

drag

(A) sleepy
(B) crush
(C) proud
(D) pull

Explanation:-
to drag is to pull, or to cause movement in a direction with applied force

upright

(A) honorable
(B) horizontal
(C) humble
(D) supine

Explanation:-
upright can mean either honorable or vertical; horizontal and supine are both antonyms of upright

prolong most nearly means

(A) extend
(B) inquire
(C) relax
(D) wait

Explanation:-
to prolong means to lengthen in time, or to extend

placid most nearly means

(A) calm
(B) lazy
(C) solemn
(D) devious

Explanation:-
placid means free of disturbance, or calm

abject most nearly means

(A) indigent
(B) desire
(C) despondent
(D) extreme

Explanation:-
abject means cast down in spirit, or utterly hopeless; despondent means having lost all hope

miserable

(A) cruel
(B) wrong
(C) unhappy
(D) miss

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

regulate

(A) even
(B) police
(C) flow
(D) position

Explanation:-
to regulate means to bring under the control of law; to police means to control or keep order

turpitude

(A) lethargy
(B) honor
(C) belligerence
(D) depravity

Explanation:-
turpitude means wickedness, or depravity

impudent is most similar to

(A) cautious
(B) haphazard
(C) gleeful
(D) insolent

Explanation:-
impudent means contemptuously bold or cocky, or insolent

pompous

(A) arrogant
(B) supportive
(C) busy
(D) gaudy

Explanation:-
pompous means self-important, or arrogant