Synonyms-70

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

nabob

(A) bigwig
(B) doubter
(C) frolic
(D) converse

Explanation:-
a nabob is a person of great wealth or importance, or a bigwig

negligent most nearly means

(A) pajamas
(B) morbid
(C) careless
(D) dark

Explanation:-
negligent means marked by neglect, or careless

shrewd most nearly means

(A) intractable
(B) mean
(C) astute
(D) intelligent

Explanation:-
shrewd means marked by clever awareness, or astute

picayune most nearly means

(A) petty
(B) spicy
(C) paltry
(D) southern

Explanation:-
picayune means trivial or of little value; paltry means trivial or meager

throng

(A) garment
(B) bell
(C) mass
(D) weight

Explanation:-
a throng is a large number of assembled people, or a mass

misprize

(A) despise
(B) devalue
(C) erroneous
(D) covet

Explanation:-
to misprize means to hold in contempt, or to despise

lull is most similar to

(A) pause
(B) noise
(C) boring
(D) mark

Explanation:-
a lull is a temporary pause

sinecure is most similar to

(A) cakewalk
(B) serpentine
(C) evil
(D) dishonest

Explanation:-
a sinecure is a job for which little or no work is expected; a cakewalk is a one-sided competition

spite

(A) joy
(B) beverage
(C) wonder
(D) malice

Explanation:-
spite means petty ill will or hatred, or malice

sundry

(A) aged
(B) supply
(C) various
(D) tremendous

Explanation:-
sundry means an indeterminate number, or various

manifold

(A) evident
(B) contemporary
(C) diverse
(D) willing

Explanation:-
manifold means marked by variety, or diverse

auspicious is most similar to

(A) deceitful
(B) foreboding
(C) favorable
(D) dangerous

Explanation:-
auspicious means marked by favorable signs

knell is most similar to

(A) copse
(B) hill
(C) toll
(D) rattle

Explanation:-
to knell means to sound in an ominous manner; to toll means to sound in long measured strokes; both words are used to describe the ringing of bells

homogeneous

(A) alike
(B) strange
(C) polite
(D) alkaline

Explanation:-
homogeneous means descended from the same ancestral type, or alike

rogue

(A) knave
(B) wander
(C) buffoon
(D) color

Explanation:-
a rogue is a dishonest person; a knave is a tricky deceitful person

harridan

(A) governor
(B) vessel
(C) witch
(D) lawyer

Explanation:-
a harridan is a shrew, or a witch

hubris is most similar to

(A) earth
(B) pride
(C) humility
(D) sorrow

Explanation:-
hubris means exaggerated pride or self-confidence

predict

(A) foretell
(B) decide
(C) prevent
(D) discover

Explanation:-
to predict means to declare in advance or to foretell

wary

(A) calm
(B) curved
(C) confused
(D) cautious

Explanation:-
wary means to be attentive especially to danger, or to be cautious

pall

(A) light
(B) satiate
(C) carry
(D) horror

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