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- Answer the questions based on the following information: In the following questions, a word is given at the top. From the given answer choices, select an appropriate antonym for this word.
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The lowest point
Question 1 Explanation:
Nadir means the lowest point. a) Zenith means the highest point. b) Abyss means an immeasurable depth. c) Chasm means a deep cleft in the surface of a planet. d) The lowest point means the deepest point. Hence, zenith is the opposite.
Question 2 Explanation:
Exonerated means a person who is clear on all basis or who is not guilty of any charge. a) Implicated means show someone to be involved in a crime. b) Criticized means indicate faults in a disapproving way. c) Condemned means express complete disapproval. d) Convicted means declare someone to be guilty of a crime. Hence, Convicted is the opposite.
Question 3 Explanation:
Insuperable means which is difficult to overcome. a) Predictable means to foreseeable or expected. b) Surmountable means to overcome a difficulty or obstacle. c) Countable means which can be counted. d) Unendurable means which cannot be tolerated. Hence, Surmountable is the opposite.
Question 4 Explanation:
Puerile means childlike and immature. a) Fresh means new or raw. b) Suspenseful means arousing uncertainty about what may happen. c) Matured thinking means developed thinking. d) Easily attainable means which can be achieved easily. Hence, (c) is the answer.
Question 5 Explanation:
Ignominy means public shame or disgrace. a) Entrance means an opening such as a door. b) Activity means a condition in which things are happening. c) Eligibility means a state of having the right to do or obtain something. d) Honour means great respect. Hence, Honour is the opposite.
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