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In the following questions, a set of four words are given. Three of the words are related in some way, the remaining word is not related to the rest. You have to pick the word which does not fit in the relation and mark that as your answer.

## Odd One Out:Test-1

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 Question 1
Identify the odd word from the every set:
 A Couple B Sever C Rend D Lacerate
Question 1 Explanation:
Solution: Sever, rend and lacerate mean to separate by force while couple means a pair. Hence, it is the odd one out.
 Question 2
Identify the odd word from the every set:
 A Quell B Ruffle C Allay D Control
Question 2 Explanation:
Solution: Quell means to put an end to something, ruffle means to destroy, allay means to put to rest and control means to prevent something from flourishing. Hence, ruffle is the odd one out
 Question 3
Identify the odd word from the every set:
 A Cease B Launch C Initiate D Commence
Question 3 Explanation:
Solution: Launch, initiate ad commence all mean to begin or start something while cease means to bring to halt. Hence, it is the odd one out.
 Question 4
Identify the odd word from the every set:
 A Brink B Hub C Verge D Brim
Question 4 Explanation:
Solution: Brink, verge and brim all mean the extreme edge of something while hub means the central part of a wheel. Hence, it is the odd one out.
 Question 5
Identify the odd word from the every set:
 A Eulogy B Panegyric C Ignominy D Glorification
Question 5 Explanation:
Solution: Eulogy, Panegyric and glorification mean something in the honor of a person while Ignominy means public contempt. Hence, it is the odd one out.
 Question 6
Identify the odd word from the every set:
 A Detest B Abhor C Ardour D Loathe
Question 6 Explanation:
Solution: Detest, abhor and loathe mean to dislike intensely while ardour means intense devotion. Hence, it is the odd one out.
 Question 7
Identify the odd word from the every set:
Question 7 Explanation:
Solution: Adroit, adept and dexterous mean being expert in the use of something while awkward means lacking the skill. Hence, it is the odd one out
 Question 8
Identify the odd word from the every set:
 A Taciturn B Reserved C Clamorous D Silent
Question 8 Explanation:
Solution: Taciturn, reserved and silent mean being reserved in speech while clamorous means vigorous in demands and complaints. Hence, it is the odd one out
 Question 9
Identify the odd word from the every set:
 A Sporadic B Frequent C Intermittent D Scarce
Question 9 Explanation:
Solution: Sporadic means something happening at irregular intervals or present in scattered instances. Intermittent means functioning alternately and scarce means present in limited quantity while frequent means happening repeatedly. Hence, option b is the odd one out.
 Question 10
Identify the odd word from the every set:
 A Fanatic B Zealot C Maniac D Rational
Question 10 Explanation:
Solution: Fanatic, zealot and rational refer to someone with extreme enthusiasm while maniac means a lunatic. Hence, it is the odd one out.
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