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SET 1:
1. LAVA : VOLCANO ::
(! "ce : #lass
($! %ascade : &recipice
(%! Steam : #eyser
('! valanche : "ce
(E! Snowstorm : (ightning
2. INTRODUCTION : CONCLUSION ::
(! nnouncement : )ews
($! #reeting : *arewell
(%! $irth : +arriage
('! (anding : ccolade
(E! %ompanionship : Termination
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3. DEGREE : TEMPERATURE ::
(! )utrient : )ourishment
($! Scale : (ength
(%! 'ecibel : Sound
('! 'ecibel : Sound
(E! Headphones : %onversation
4. ANSTINENCE : DRUNKENNESS :
(! %elibacy : &romiscuity
($! "ndulgence : *atness
(%! ,ithdrawal : nne-ation
('! Entertainment : 'ismay
(E! Thrift : frivolity
5. BARK : DOG ::
(! Sty : &ig
($! S.in : %at
(%! )est : $ird
('! Egg : %hic.en
(E! Hoot : Owl
6. REFEREE : FIELD ::
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(! E-perimenter : /esult
($! rbitrator : 'eadloc.
(%! #ladiator : *ight
('! &rofessor : %lassroom
(E! 0udge : %ourtroom
7. COMPREHEND : UNINTELLIGIBLE :
(! Swallow : Edible
($! %ircumvent : /is.y
(%! ccumulate : "nsignificant
('! %ontrol : 1ngovernable
(E! Suspect : 1ntrustworthy
8. MERCHANDISE : SHOPLIFT ::
(! %onversation : Eavesdrop
($! &roperty : Trespass
(%! 'ebate : Slander
('! Suspect : pprehend
(E! Onloo.er : Subpoena
. S!ELL : BURST ::
(! ssimilate : ,ea.en
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($! &ollute : Heal
(%! &romote : %onceive
('! Thaw : free2e
(E! Stumble : fall
1". RETICENT : TALK ::
(! bstemious : 'evour
($! Tasteless : Savor
(%! (i.ely : %on3ecture
('! %ran.y : %on3ecture
(E! %ontumacious : /evolt
11. RECTANGLE : S#UARE ::
(! Sphere : %ircle
($! Tub : Shower
(%! Sonnet : &oem
('! Hypotenuse : Triangle
(E! +aga2ine : rticle
12. SEMINAR$ : THEOLOGIAN ::
(! cademy : %adet
($! %ourtroom : ,itness
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(%! Sanitarium : &atient
('! %onservatory : rtist
(E! (aboratory : /esearcher
13. SHARD : POTTER$ ::
(! Hill : %liff
($! sh : fire
(%! Hair : ,ig
('! %anal : /iver
(E! Splinter : ,ood
14. OBTRUSIVE : IGNORE ::
(! utocratic : #overn
($! "nconse4uential : 'enigrate
(%! Elusive : capture
('! uspicious : forecast
(E! ppropriated : usurp
15. CARAT : GOLD ::
(! &roof : lcohol
($! (iter : $eer
(%! &ound : sugar
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('! +eter : /ope
(E! /eam : &aper
16. LOG : COMPAN$ ::
(! *abric : ,eaver
($! %atalogue : Stoc.iest
(%! Trademar. : +anufacturer
('! (andmar. : Surveyor
(E! &ainting : artist
17. SHRINE : PILGRIM ::
(! &ea. : %limber
($! 5oting : &ollster
(%! 'ebacle : (oser
('! Highway : 'river
(E! 'ive : Swimmer
18. HATCH : HOLD ::
(! /udder : nchor
($! $oat : $arge
(%! %ourtyard : Terrace
('! 'oor : /oom
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(E! %ellar : ttic
1. CHANT : SPEAK ::
(! +arch : ,al.
($! Heed : Hear
(%! ,ince : dodge
('! S4uee2e : Touch
(E! $lin. : view
2". INCUMBENT : OFFICE ::
(! +onarch : Throne
($! &resident : %ompany
(%! Supervisor : Employee
('! %aptain : rmy
(E! Owner : E4uity
A%&'()&:
1. ('E*")")# %H/%TE/"ST"%! volcano gives out lava (meaning molten
roc.!6 a geyser
(meaning a natural spring ! gives out steam. (%!
7. ()TO)8+S ! "ntroduction and conclusion are antonyms6 greeting (such as good
morning ! and
farewell (such as good9bye! are antonyms .($!
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:. (1)"T O* +ES1/E+E)T ! 'egree is the unit in which temperature is
measured6 decibel is the
unit in which sound is measured. ('!
;. ()TO)8+S ! One who practices abstinence (meaning celibacy (meaning
.eeping away form
alcoholic drin.s! does not indulge in drun.enness6 one who practices celibacy
(meaning abstinence
from se-! does not indulge in promiscuity (meaning indiscriminate indulgence in se-!.
(!
<. ()"+( )' SO1)' ! $ar.ing is the cry of a dog6 hooting is the cry of an
owl. (E!
=. (&E/)O) )' ,O/>&(%E! referee decides in the field6 a 3udge decides in
the courtroom.
(E! "f you had framed your sentence as ? referee functions in a field@ then you should
refine your
sentence as ? referee decides in the fieldA@ in which case ('! can be eliminated.
B. ()TO)8+ 5/")T ! nything that cannot be comprehended (meaning
understood! is
unintelligible6 anything that cannot be controlled is ungovernable. ('! The related
antonym
relationship is comprehensible: unintelligible:: controllable : ungovernable
C. ('ES"/$(E )' 1)'ES"/$(E *O/+S O* ) %T"O)! ,hen one
shoplifts@ one stealthily
ta.es a merchandise6 when one trespasses@ one stealthily enters someone elseAs
property. ($!
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D. (%1SE )' E**E%T! Swelling (meaning increasing in volume because of
internal pressure!@ if
unchec.ed@ results in a burst6 stumbling (meaning missing oneAs step! if unchec.ed@
results in a fall.
(E!
1E. ( )TO)8+ 5/")T ! reticent (meaning reserved in style! person does not
tal.: an
abstemious (meaning given to eating in moderation ! person does not devour
(meaning eat li.e a
glutton!. (! (The related antonym relationship is reticent: tal.ative:: abstemious :
gorging!
11. (EF+&(E )' %TE#O/8! s4uare is a specific instance of rectangles6 a
sonnet is a specific
instance of poem. (%!
17. (&E/SO) )' ,O/>&(%E ! theologian (meaning one who studies the
nature of #od and
religion! studies in a seminary (meaning religious school!6 an artist studies in a
conservatory
(meaning school of art or music!. ('!
1:. (&/T )' THE ,HO(E ! shard is bro.en piece of pottery6 a splinter is a
bro.en piece of
wood. ( wig is made up of a shards.! (E!
1;. (%1SE )' E**E%T! "t is difficult to ignore an obtrusive (meaning too
noticeable! person6 it is
difficult to capture an elusive (meaning slippery! person. (%!
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1<. (1)"T O* +ES1/E+E)T! %arat is the measure of purity of gold6 proof is the
meters and paper in
reams. $ut these units do not measure their purity.!
1=. (S8+$O( )' +E)")# ! logo is the symbol of a company6 a trademar.
is the symbol of a
manufacturer. (%!
1B. (&E/SO) )' #O(! pilgrimAs goal is to reach the shrine (meaning sacred
or holy place!6 a
climberAs goal is to reach the pea.. *!
1C. (&/T )' THE ,HO(E! One enters a hold (of a ship! through the hatch6 one
enter a room
through the door. ('!
1D. ('E*")"T"O) ! To chant means to spea. in a rhythm6 to march means to wal. in
a rhythm. (!
7E. ('E*")")# %H/%TE/"ST"% ! n incumbent is the occupier of an office6 a
monarch is the
occupier of a throne. (!
SET 2:
1. APOSTATE : RELIGION ::
(! Offender : Order
($! theist : faith
(%! 'eserter : duty
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('! dherent : rule
(E! 'eifier : hero
7. BIRD : AVIAR$ ::
(! (ion : %ircus
($! $ear : %ave
(%! &ig : sty
('! Hare : $urrow
(E! /odent : silo
:. +EER : DERISION ::
(! ,orry : %hec.
($! Tremble : +enace
(%! Slouch : lertness
('! /eprimand : %ensure
(E! #lower : gony
4. S!ARM : INSECT ::
(! +atch : &layer
($! &icnic : forest
(%! Throng : &erson
('! 'og : &uppy
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(E! 5ase : $loom
5. IRASCIBLE : PROVOKED ::
(! %redulous : %onvinced
($! /eliable : 'isproved
(%! "mmoral : Suppressed
('! "mpersonal : 'escribed
(E! Taunting : mused
6. E,PEL : SCHOOL ::
(! E-port : *actory
($! E-ile : )ation
(%! Escape : penitentiary
('! 5acate : $uilding
(E! 'odge : Ta-es
7. COLD : FORSTBILE ::
(! /iver bed : Sand
($! Star : Twin.ling
(%! (aceration : ,ound
('! Heat : sunburn
(E! /ain : Overcoat
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8. BACTERIA : DECOMPOSITION ::
(! 5olcano : Eruption
($! ntibiotic : "n3ection
(%! 8east : *ermentation
('! O-ygen : treatment
(E! Trees : 'eforestation
. GRADUATE : DIPLOMA ::
(! ggressor : %ompromise
($! &roperty owner : 'eed
(%! Editor : $yline
('! Elector : 5ote
(E! (ibrarian : volume
1". COLOR : !AVELENGTH ::
(! &itch : *re4uency
($! 'iameter : %ircumference
(%! ngle : cuteness
('! &ower : #eneration
(E! String : 5ibration
11. PLAIN : AUSTERE ::
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(! )eutral : 'etached
($! %lean : Sterile
(%! (onely : #loomy
('! 'eserted : $arren
(E! Elo4uent : Tal.ative
12. E#UANTIMIT$ : DISCOMPOSE ::
(! E4uation : "nvert
($! E4uitableness : Oppose
(%! &revarication : 'iminish
('! E4uilibrium : 1nbalance
(E! Similarity : 5erify
13. RIDDLED : HOLES ::
(! 1ntangled : Ties
($! *urrowed : rticles
(%! "mperfect : /epairs
('! &itted : "ndentations
(E! Sharpened : (acerations
14. DEFENSE : BASTION ::
(! Storage : rsenal
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($! Supply : nchorage
(%! %oncealment : %itadel
('! Embar.ation : sylum
(E! *ortification : &avilion
15. RELAPSE : CONVALESCENCE ::
(! /eiteration : +onotony
($! Stalemate : 'ebate
(%! 'issonance : Euphony
('! /ecidivism : /ehabilitation
(E! *eudalism : +odernisation
16. VAULT : THEFT ::
(! *ort : ggression
($! Spice : roma
(%! *ence : 'welling
('! rmy : ,ar
(E! 0ail : Sentence
17. COMA : -%./%&.0/-&%(&& ::
(! mnesia : E-ercise
($! 'elirium : %onfusion
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(%! &aralysis : 'istress
('! Hallucination : "nsensibility
(E! *ever : Tran4uility
18. SPECKLE : SPOTS ::
(! 'emand : %hanges
($! &erforate : Stamps
(%! Emboss : &lanes
('! Ornament : Stripes
(E! Striate : #rooves
1. LACKE$ : DEPENDENT ::
(! mateur : rtist
($! #roveler : &etitioner
(%! %oward : 'elin4uent
('! Envoy : Emissary
(E! 5icar : bbot
2". SEDATIVE : SLEEP ::
(! %hallenging : >nowledge
($! +nemonic : +emory
(%! 'ramatic : Story
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('! 5ocal : Elo4uence
(E! Harmonic : +usic
A%&'()& SET 2:
1. ('E*")"T"O) ! n apostate is one who has abandoned his faith6 a deserter is one
who has abandoned his duty.
(%!
7. (H$"TT ! n aviary is where one grows birds6 a sty is where one grows pigs.
(%!
:. (S8)O)8+ 5/")T ! (*rom a reference to the first words in the choices@ we
can infer that 3eer is used as a
verb in this 4uestion.! ,hen one 3eers ( meaning moc.s or abuses! critici2es! another
person@ he shows his censure (
meaning disapproval ! ('!
;. (%O((E%T"5E )O1)! swarm means a large number of insects6 a throng means
a large number of persons.
(%!
<. ('E*")")# %H/%TE/"ST"% ! n irascible (meaning easily angered ! person
can be easily provo.ed6 a
credulous (meaning disposed to believe readily ! person can be easily convinced. (!
=. (%1SE )' E**E%T ! person e-pelled from school cannot reenter ti6 a
person e-iled (meaning banished
legally! from a country cannot reenter it. ($!
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B. (%1SE )' E**E%T! Severity of cold causes frostbite: severity of heat causes
sunburn. ('!
C. (%1SE )' E**E%T! $acteria are minute organisms which cause
decomposition: yeasts are minute
organisms which cause fermentation (meaning chemical reaction induced by living
organisms!. (%!
D. (S8+$O( )' +E)")#! The word deedA means ?title deedA to a property!
The diploma forms proof that one
is a graduate6 the deed forms proof that one is a property owner. ($!
1E. (1)"T O* +ES1/E+E)T ! The color of light is measured by its wave length:
the pitch of sound is measured
by its fre4uency. (!
11. ('E#/EE O* ")TE)S"T8! $eing austere (meaning bare! is a heightened form
of being plain: being sterile
(meaning free from bacteria or other micro9organisms! is a heightened form of being
clean. The pairs (neutral@
detached!6 (deserted@ barren! and (elo4uent@ tal.ative! are mere synonyms.! ($!
17. (%1SE )' E**E%T! ,hen discomposed (meaning disturbed in composure!
one loses oneAs e4uanimity
(meaning calmness!6 when unbalanced@ one loses oneAs e4uilibrium (meaning mental
or emotional peace!. ('!
1:. (%1SE )' E**E%T! surface that is riddled ( meaning pierced or
perforated! develops holes6 a surface
that is pitted (meaning mar.ed with depressions! develops indentations (meaning
depressions!. ('!
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1;. (TH")# )' &1/&OSE'! bastion (meaning the pro3ecting part of a
fortification! is a structure used for
defense6 an arsenal (meaning a place used for storing arms and ammunitions! is a
building used for storage. (!
%hoice (E! is given to trip you because you may thin. that there is some connection
between ?defenseA
and ?fortificationA and wrongly choose it as the answer!
1<. ('E*")"T"O)! relapse (meaning getting bac. an illness! is a setbac. on
convalescence (meaning the
process of returning to health and strength!6 a recidivism (meaning returning to
criminal habits! is a setbac. on
rehabilitation. ('!
1=. (TH")# )' &1/&OSE! The purpose of a vault (meaning a steel structure
where valuables are .ept! is to
protect from theft6 the purpose of a fort is to protect from aggression. (!
1B. ('E#/EEE O* ")TE)S"T8 ! %oma is an intensified state of unconsciousness6
delirium (meaning state of
uncontrolled e-citement or emotion! is an intensified state of confusion. ($!
1C. (%1SE )' E**E%T! spec.led surface has a number of spots6 a striated
surface has a number grooves. (E!
1D. ('ES"/$(E )' 1)ES"/$(E *O/+S O* G1("T8 ! $eing a lac.ey
(meaning a servile follower ! is an
undesirable form of a being a dependent6 being a groveler (meaning a person who
abases himself for a favour ! is
an undesirable form of being a petitioner. ($!
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7E. (TH")# )' &1/&OSE ! sedative act as an aid to sleep6 a mnemonic (such as
5"$#8O/@ a a word made
of the first letters of the se4uential colors of the rainbow! acts as an aid to memory.
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