Synonyms Antonyms List, Questions

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What are Synonyms?synonyms

Synonyms are words with the same or similar meanings. Words that are synonyms are said to be synonymous, and the state of being a synonym is called synonymy.

Example: Abstain and Refrain are two words that seem very nearly the same. But, we abstain from a thing and refrain from a habit or an action.

Synonyms Antonyms Examples

Example: 1 Choose the correct synonym of the given word:
IMPLICATE: (a) Include (b) Entreat (C) Suggest (d) Imply

Solution: The word ‘Implicate’ may be used in a sentence as:
The man implicated him falsely in the case. Clearly, the word means ‘involve’ or ‘include’.
Hence the answer is (a)

Example: 2 Choose the word which best expresses the meaning of the given word:
DILIGENT: (a) Intelligent (b) Difficult (c) Laborious (d) Quick

Solution: ‘Diligent’ means ‘hard‐working’ So, another word for it could be ‘Laborious’ Hence, the answer is (c).

What are Antonyms?

Antonyms

What are Antonyms?

The term Antonym is commonly taken to be synonymous with opposite. Typically, they differ in only one dimension of meaning, but are similar in most other respects, including similarity in grammar and positions of semantic abnormality.

In this type of questions, generally a word is given, followed by four or five alternatives. The candidate is required to choose the word which is nearest to the opposite in meaning of the given word.

 

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