Synonyms MCQ-8

misprize

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

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

impugn

(A) imply
(B) fret
(C) assail
(D) recalcitrant

Explanation:-
to impugn means to attack verbally as false or lacking integrity; to assail means to attack

supervene

(A) intervene
(B) overreach
(C) displace
(D) follow

Explanation:-
to supervene means to follow as an unexpected development

exigent

(A) urgent
(B) treatise
(C) miser
(D) expedient

Explanation:-
exigent means demanding immediate attention, or urgent

fervid

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

Explanation:-
fervid means ardent or passionate

ersatz

(A) chaotic
(B) artificial
(C) impromptu
(D) vague

Explanation:-
ersatz means a usually artificial or inferior substitute

redolent

(A) ubiquitous
(B) odorous
(C) shy
(D) bellicose

Explanation:-
redolent means aromatic or full of a specific scent, or odorous

turpitude

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

Explanation:-
turpitude means wickedness, or depravity

propinquity

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

Explanation:-
propinquity means nearness in place or time

vociferous

(A) numerous
(B) bountiful
(C) strident
(D) garrulous

Explanation:-
vociferous means loud and insistent, often in presentation of demands or requests; strident also means loud and insistent

delirious is most similar to

(A) manic
(B) calm
(C) tasty
(D) suspicious

Explanation:-
delirious means marked by frenzied excitement, or manic

infirm is most similar to

(A) hospital
(B) weak
(C) short
(D) fortitude

Explanation:-
infirm means feeble from age, or weak

lure is most similar to

(A) tickle
(B) decoy
(C) resist
(D) suspect

Explanation:-
a lure is used to attract animals into a trap, like a decoy

nefarious

(A) infamous
(B) macabre
(C) evil
(D) distinguished

Explanation:-
nefarious means flagrantly wicked, or evil

curry

(A) flatter
(B) spicy
(C) squander
(D) game

Explanation:-
to curry means to seek to gain favor, or to flatter