Competitive Exams: Word Association Questions (Practice-Test 10 of 17)

Questions 1 − 15 are Antonyms. Find the word most nearly OPPOSITE in meaning to the given word.

  1. Subservient is antonym of

    1. Raucous

    2. Onerous

    3. Commanding

    4. Illustrious

    5. Destitute

  2. Morose is antonym of

    1. Peripheral

    2. Parochial

    3. Equivocal

    4. Sanguine

    5. Sane

  3. Intrepid is antonym of

    1. Cowardly

    2. Sedentary

    3. Unprepossessing

    4. Jaundiced

    5. Wanton

  4. Zealous is antonym of

    1. Motley

    2. Irrevocable

    3. Nonchalant

    4. Trenchant

    5. Prudent

  5. Estrange is antonym of

    1. Make calm

    2. Grow close

    3. Turn away

    4. Be normal

    5. Go back

  6. Vainglorious is antonym of

    1. Introverted

    2. Sardonic

    3. Ostentatious

    4. Humble

    5. Consummate

  7. Fortitude is antonym of

    1. Dynamism

    2. Valor

    3. Sagacity

    4. Penetration

    5. Pusillanimity

  8. Reckless is antonym of

    1. Circumspect

    2. Meteoric

    3. Accountable

    4. Insufficient

    5. Pertinent

  9. Propensity is antonym of

    1. Poverty

    2. Aversion

    3. Ambiguity

    4. Embodiment

    5. Censure

  10. Lassitude is antonym of

    1. Pulchritude

    2. Inanity

    3. Turbidity

    4. Clemency

    5. Vigor

  11. Stalwart is antonym of

    1. Prolific

    2. Generous

    3. Fickle

    4. Fortunate

    5. Grand

  12. Scintillating is antonym of

    1. Florid

    2. Equitable

    3. Exhaustive

    4. Dull

    5. Polished

  13. Melancholy is antonym of

    1. Tuneful

    2. Sanguine

    3. Apocryphal

    4. Stunted

    5. Disparate

  14. Affected is antonym of

    1. Hygienic

    2. Mannered

    3. Happy

    4. Pretty

    5. Simple

  15. Wary is antonym of

    1. Uncritical

    2. Worried

    3. Lively

    4. Impeccable

    5. Salubrious