(a) grotesque (b) fantastic
Ans: (d) authenticity verisimilitude (Noun): the quality of seeming to be true or real.
(a) introduction (b) capture
(c) withdrawal (d) recall
Ans: (d) recall recapitulation (Noun): repetition or summary of what has already been said.
(a) satisfied (b) recommend
(c) witty (d) confuse
Ans: (a) satisfied complacent (Adjective): too satisfied with yourself or with a situation; a feeling of satisfaction.
(a) doing a new experiment
(b) finding out new ways of doing things
(c) taking up a new job
(d) a new venture
Ans: (b) enterprising (Adjective): having or showing the ability to think of new projects or new ways of doing things and make them successful.
Ans: (d) Rich opulent (Adjective): luxurious; extremely rich; wealthy.
(a) cloudy (b) bodily
(c) heavenly (d) intelligent
Ans: (b) bodily visceral (Adjective): resulting from strong feelings rather than careful thought.
(a) pious (b) solemn
(c) loyal (d) dedicated
Ans: (a) pious devout (Adjective): believing in a particular religion; showing deep respect for God and religion.
(a) preference (b) favour
(c) whim (d) prejudice
Ans: (a) preference predilection (Noun): if you have a predilection for something, you like it very much; liking.
(a) organ (b) dummy
(c) imagery (d) reflection
Ans: (b) dummy (Noun): a figure representing the human form; a thing that seems to be real but it is only a copy of the real thing effigy (Noun): a statue of a famous person, saint or god; a model of a person that makes them look ugly. imagery (Noun): pictures, photographs, etc.; language that produces pictures in the minds of people reading/ listening
Ans: (a) referendum (Noun): an occasion when all the people of a country can vote on an important issue plebiscite (Noun): a vote by the people of a country or a region on an important issue; referendum. renunciation (Noun): an act of stating publicly that you no longer believe something/ that you are giving something up
(a) plain (b) simple
(c) miserly (d) economical
Ans: (d) economical frugal (Adjective): using only as much money or food as is necessary; meagre.
(a) prohibit (b) worsen
(c) reduce (d) shorten
Ans: (c) reduce diminish (Verb): to become or to make something become weaker, smaller etc; decrease; belittle.
(a) read (b) argue
(c) follow (d) reduce
Ans: (a) read peruse (Verb): to read something in a careful way.
(a) spit (b) poison
(c) lava (d) foams
Ans: (d) foam spume (Noun): the mass of white bubbles that forms in waves when the sea is rough.
(a) food (b) furniture
(c) lodging (d) frame
Ans: (a) food board (Noun): group of people.
(a) relocation (b) repletion
(c) renewal (d) reluctance
Ans: (c) renewal (Noun): a situation in which something begins after a pause or an interruption resurgence (Noun): the return and growth of an activity that had stopped. reloaction (Noun): the act of changing your residence/ place of business repletion (Noun): the state of being full and unable to eat any more reluctance (Noun): a certain degree of unwillingness
(a) light (b) clear
(c) wet (d) complicated
Ans: (c) wet damp (Adjective): slightly wet
(a) careless (b) candid
(c) creative (d) crafty
Ans: (b) candid ingenuous (Adjective): honest, innocent and willing to trust people; naive.
(a) cowardice (b) foolish
(c) mad (d) funny
Ans: (c) mad insane (Adjective): seriously, mentally ill and unable to live in normal society.
(a) arena (b) tripod
(c) stand (d) dais
Ans: (d) dais podium (Noun): pedestal; a small platform that person stands on while giving a speech etc; rostrum.
(a) character (b) charm
(c) fame (5) power
Ans: (b) charm charisma (Noun): the powerful personal quality that some people have to attract and impress other people.
(a) uncouth (b) conceited
(c) rude (d) shrewd
Ans: (b) conceited (Adjective): having too much pride in yourself and what you do bumptious (Adjective): showing that you are very important; conceited uncouth (Adjective): rude/socially unacceptable shrewd (Adjective): showing good judgement and likely to be right
(a) evacuate (b) excavate
(c) expel (d) extradite
Ans: (c) expel (Verb): to officially make somebody leave an organisation ostracize (Verb): shun; to refuse to let somebody be a member of a social group; expel. evacuate (Verb): to move people from a place of danger to a safer place excavate (Verb): to make a hole, etc. in the ground by digging extradite (Verb): to officially send back somebody who has been accused/found guilty of a crime to the country where the crime was committed
(a) challenge (b) curse
(c) danger (d) threat
Ans: (b) curse Bane (Noun): something that causes trouble and makes people unhappy.
(a) admired (b) adored
(c) encouraged (d) congratulated
Ans: (d) congratulated felicitate (Verb): congratulate