Synonyms-77

English Language Synonyms IBPS,SBI POs,Bank Exams,RRB,CWE

herald

(A) insignia
(B) postpone
(C) hail
(D) regal

Explanation:-
to herald means to greet with enthusiasm, or to hail

pretty

(A) plain
(B) confusing
(C) ugly
(D) terrible

Explanation:-
one meaning of pretty is miserable or terrible, as in the expression “a pretty pickle’’

chasm is most similar to

(A) gorge
(B) charm
(C) bridle
(D) criticize

Explanation:-
a chasm is a deep split in the earth, or a gorge

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

flagitious is most similar to

(A) deliberate
(B) fatiguing
(C) villainous
(D) habitual

Explanation:-
flagitious means marked by outrageous crime or vice; villainous means having the characteristics of a deliberate criminal or scoundrel

flaunt

(A) conceal
(B) parade
(C) trust
(D) fray

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

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

beckon is most similar to

(A) light
(B) beg
(C) motion
(D) hear   

Explanation:-
to beckon means to signal or summon with a wave or a nod; to motion means to gesture

jovial

(A) incredulous
(B) merry
(C) revolting
(D) dizzy

Explanation:-
jovial means good humored or merry

reverie

(A) palimpsest
(B) phantom
(C) daydream
(D) curio

Explanation:-
a reverie means the state of being lost in thought, or a daydream

hustle most nearly means

(A) dance
(B) hurry
(C) busy
(D) clean

Explanation:-
to hustle means to hurry

rake most nearly means

(A) thin
(B) scoundrel
(C) gentleman
(D) shovel

Explanation:-
a rake is a dissolute person, or a scoundrel

bespoke most nearly means

(A) gentle
(B) quiet
(C) tailored
(D) handsome

Explanation:-
bespoke means custom-made; tailored also means custom-made

vintage

(A) classic
(B) alcoholic
(C) disease
(D) spoiled

Explanation:-
vintage means of old and enduring interest, or classic

warrant

(A) justify
(B) burrow
(C) hide
(D) integrity

Explanation:-
to warrant means to serve as adequate ground or reason, or to justify

propinquity

(A) habit
(B) nearness
(C) capacity
(D) tendency

Explanation:-
propinquity means nearness in place or time

lambaste is most similar to

(A) marinade
(B) commotion
(C) censure
(D) tickle

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

prevalent

(A) wind
(B) servile
(C) widespread
(D) rare

Explanation:-
prevalent means generally accepted, or widespread

faculty

(A) defective
(B) school
(C) gift
(D) desire

Explanation:-
one meaning of faculty is an ability or gift

coterie

(A) various
(B) flirtation
(C) club
(D) socialize

Explanation:-
a coterie is an intimate or exclusive group or people who share a common interest or purpose; a club is an association of people for a common purpose