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    In the following questions, a word is given at the top. From the given answer choices, select an appropriate synonym for this word.

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Question 1
ELUDE:
A
allure
B
abscond
C
deceive
D
evade
Question 1 Explanation: 
The word 'Elude' (Verb) means: escape, especially by a clever trick. For example, He eluded capture for weeks by hiding underground. Thus elude and evade mean the same thing.
Question 2
PREMONITION:
A
imminent
B
uncertainty
C
presentiment
D
scope
Question 2 Explanation: 
The word Premonition (Noun) means: a feeling that something is going to happen unpleasant foreboding. Hence, premonition and presentiment are synonymous
Question 3
DEROGATORY:
A
injurious
B
shattering
C
destructive
D
reproachful
Question 3 Explanation: 
The word Derogatory (Adjective) means: showing a critical attitude to somebody's reputation; insulting. The word reproachful bears the same meaning
Question 4
Itinerant:
A
fighting
B
rare
C
strange
D
wandering
Question 4 Explanation: 
The word Itinerant (Adjective) means: wandering moving from place to place
Question 5
RESTIVE:
A
rested
B
fidgety
C
limited
D
limitless
Question 5 Explanation: 
The word 'Restive' (Adjective) means: unable to be still or quiet; difficult to control. Hence, restive and fidgety are synonymous
Question 6
ERRONEOUSLY:
A
previously
B
effectively
C
mistakenly
D
evidently
Question 6 Explanation: 
The words Erroneously (Adverb) and mistakenly (not correctly) are synonymous
Question 7
Alienated:
A
jealous
B
annoyed
C
divided
D
suspicious
Question 7 Explanation: 
The word alienated (Adjective) means: no longer living with the other partner; no longer friendly. Hence, estranged and divided are synonymous.
Question 8
CAPITULATE:
A
repeat
B
execute
C
summarize
D
yield
Question 8 Explanation: 
The word 'Capitulate' (Verb) means: stop fighting against somebody / something and agree to what they want. Hence, yield and capitulate are synonymous
Question 9
PROPITIATE:
A
conform
B
mollify
C
influence
D
approach
Question 9 Explanation: 
The word 'propitiate' (Verb) means win the favour of somebody by a pleasing act. Hence, propitiate and mollify are synonymous
Question 10
CEREMONIAL:
A
religious
B
ritual
C
official
D
pompous
Question 10 Explanation: 
The word 'Ceremonial' (Adjective) means: ritual relating to ceremony.
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