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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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Question 1 Explanation:
Thwart means to prevent someone from accomplishing something. a) Encourage means to support or cheer someone to achieve something. b) Suffer means to be in pain. c) Agonize means is to undergo great mental anguish through worrying about something. d) Pacify means to soothe or calm someone. Hence, Encourage is the antonym.
Question 2 Explanation:
Veneration means great respect. a) Embezzlement means theft or misappropriation of funds. b) Awe means a feeling of great respect mixed with wonder or fear. c) Disrespect means lack of respect ;insult. d) Far-sighted means aware of future possibilities. Hence, (c) is the answer.
Pertaining to legal matters
Question 3 Explanation:
Invective means insulting and abusive. a) Adjective means an attribute of a noun. b) Polite language means respectful or considerate way of talking. c) Pertaining to legal matters means in connection with matters related to law. d) Brief means short. Hence, (b) is the answer.
Question 4 Explanation:
Copious means present in surplus amount. a) Shortage means scarcity or insufficient amount. b) Imitation means to copy or replicate someone or something. c) Warm means comfortable or homely. d) Delightful means pleasant or lovely. Hence, shortage is the antonym.
Question 5 Explanation:
Acerbic means sharp and forthright. a) Accused means a person who is charged with or on a trial for a crime. b) Unpleasant means annoying or irritating. c) Polite means well-mannered or respectful. d) Improbable means not likely to be true. Hence, polite is the opposite.
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