1 . In each question below are given two sentences numbered I and II. In these sentences, two homonyms are given in italics type, which may be either misspelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentences. Read both the sentences carefully and decide on their correctness on the basis of the italicised words.
Give answer. (a), if only sentence I is correct;
(b), if only sentence II is correct;
(c), if both the sentences I and II are correct;
(d), if I as well as II are incorrect, but both could be made correct by interchanging the italicised words;
(e), if neither I nor II is correct and the sentence could not be made correct by interchanging the italicised words.
I. An ordnance declaring President's rule in the state has been issued today.
II. The ordinance depot is situated far away from this city.
A.  a
B.  b
C.  c
D.  d
E.  e
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2 . In each question below are given two sentences numbered I and II. In these sentences, two homonyms are given in italics type, which may be either misspelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentences. Read both the sentences carefully and decide on their correctness on the basis of the italicised words.
Give answer. (a), if only sentence I is correct;
(b), if only sentence II is correct;
(c), if both the sentences I and II are correct;
(d), if I as well as II are incorrect, but both could be made correct by interchanging the italicised words;
(e), if neither I nor II is correct and the sentence could not be made correct by interchanging the italicised words.
I. You should talk to your boss in a reverent manner.
II. Our reverend Principal is coming.
A.  a
B.  b
C.  c
D.  d
E.  e
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3 . In each question below are given two sentences numbered I and II. In these sentences, two homonyms are given in italics type, which may be either misspelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentences. Read both the sentences carefully and decide on their correctness on the basis of the italicised words.
Give answer. (a), if only sentence I is correct;
(b), if only sentence II is correct;
(c), if both the sentences I and II are correct;
(d), if I as well as II are incorrect, but both could be made correct by interchanging the italicised words;
(e), if neither I nor II is correct and the sentence could not be made correct by interchanging the italicised words.
I. He was being laughed at for his antic gesture.
II. Antique articles are priced much these days.
A.  a
B.  b
C.  c
D.  d
E.  e
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4 . In each question below are given two sentences numbered I and II. In these sentences, two homonyms are given in italics type, which may be either misspelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentences. Read both the sentences carefully and decide on their correctness on the basis of the italicised words.
Give answer. (a), if only sentence I is correct;
(b), if only sentence II is correct;
(c), if both the sentences I and II are correct;
(d), if I as well as II are incorrect, but both could be made correct by interchanging the italicised words;
(e), if neither I nor II is correct and the sentence could not be made correct by interchanging the italicised words.
I. The tragic tale narrated by the old man efected all the children.
II. The humane attitude of the new manager affected a profound change in labour relations.
A.  a
B.  b
C.  c
D.  d
E.  e
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5 . In each question below are given two sentences numbered I and II. In these sentences, two homonyms are given in italics type, which may be either misspelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentences. Read both the sentences carefully and decide on their correctness on the basis of the italicised words.
Give answer. (a), if only sentence I is correct;
(b), if only sentence II is correct;
(c), if both the sentences I and II are correct;
(d), if I as well as II are incorrect, but both could be made correct by interchanging the italicised words;
(e), if neither I nor II is correct and the sentence could not be made correct by interchanging the italicised words.
I. He is wrapt up in pleasurable contemplation.
II. I listened to her song with rapt attention.
A.  a
B.  b
C.  c
D.  d
E.  e
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6 . In each question below are given two sentences numbered I and II. In these sentences, two homonyms are given in italics type, which may be either misspelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentences. Read both the sentences carefully and decide on their correctness on the basis of the italicised words.
Give answer. (a), if only sentence I is correct;
(b), if only sentence II is correct;
(c), if both the sentences I and II are correct;
(d), if I as well as II are incorrect, but both could be made correct by interchanging the italicised words;
(e), if neither I nor II is correct and the sentence could not be made correct by interchanging the italicised words.
I. I think this electric metre is faulty.
II. I require two meters of cloth for this purpose.
A.  a
B.  b
C.  c
D.  d
E.  e
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7 . In each question below are given two sentences numbered I and II. In these sentences, two homonyms are given in italics type, which may be either misspelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentences. Read both the sentences carefully and decide on their correctness on the basis of the italicised words.
Give answer. (a), if only sentence I is correct;
(b), if only sentence II is correct;
(c), if both the sentences I and II are correct;
(d), if I as well as II are incorrect, but both could be made correct by interchanging the italicised words;
(e), if neither I nor II is correct and the sentence could not be made correct by interchanging the italicised words.
I. His manners are urban.
II. People of urbane area are civil in manners.
A.  a
B.  b
C.  c
D.  d
E.  e
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8 . In each question below are given two sentences numbered I and II. In these sentences, two homonyms are given in italics type, which may be either misspelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentences. Read both the sentences carefully and decide on their correctness on the basis of the italicised words.
Give answer. (a), if only sentence I is correct;
(b), if only sentence II is correct;
(c), if both the sentences I and II are correct;
(d), if I as well as II are incorrect, but both could be made correct by interchanging the italicised words;
(e), if neither I nor II is correct and the sentence could not be made correct by interchanging the italicised words.
I. He won the election only because of the support he got from his zealous party workers.
II. Savita's friends were jealous of her success in the prestigious competition.
A.  a
B.  b
C.  c
D.  d
E.  e
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9 . In each question below are given two sentences numbered I and II. In these sentences, two homonyms are given in italics type, which may be either misspelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentences. Read both the sentences carefully and decide on their correctness on the basis of the italicised words.
Give answer. (a), if only sentence I is correct;
(b), if only sentence II is correct;
(c), if both the sentences I and II are correct;
(d), if I as well as II are incorrect, but both could be made correct by interchanging the italicised words;
(e), if neither I nor II is correct and the sentence could not be made correct by interchanging the italicised words.
I. Some of the African immigrants indulge in smuggling in our country.
II. Many emmigrants from India have settled in America.
A.  a
B.  b
C.  c
D.  d
E.  e
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10 . In each question below are given two sentences numbered I and II. In these sentences, two homonyms are given in italics type, which may be either misspelt or inappropriate in the context of the sentences. Read both the sentences carefully and decide on their correctness on the basis of the italicised words.
Give answer. (a), if only sentence I is correct;
(b), if only sentence II is correct;
(c), if both the sentences I and II are correct;
(d), if I as well as II are incorrect, but both could be made correct by interchanging the italicised words;
(e), if neither I nor II is correct and the sentence could not be made correct by interchanging the italicised words.
I. He did not accede to may request.
II. Don't exceed the limits.
A.  a
B.  b
C.  c
D.  d
E.  e
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11 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
ALTER
(1) Fix
(2) Change
(3) Gender
(4) Modify
A.  Only 1
B.  Both 2 and 4
C.  Only 2,3 and 4
D.  Only 1, 2 and 3
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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12 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
MYSTERIOUS
(1) Cryptic
(2)peculiar
(3) Queer
(4) Secret
A.  Only 4
B.  Both 2 and 4
C.  Both 1 and 4
D.  Only 1,2 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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13 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
NAIVE
(1) Sophisticated
(2) primitive
(3) Uninitiated
(4) uninstructed
A.  Only 4
B.  Both 1 and 3
C.  All 2,3 and 4
D.  Only 1,3 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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14 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
EXAGGERATE
(1) Boast
(2) Brag
(3) Overdo
(4) Overstate
A.  Only 3
B.  Both 1 and 4
C.  Only 1,3 and 4
D.  Only 1,2 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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15 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
TENDENCY
(1) Disposition
(2) inclination
(3) Trend
(4) leaning
A.  Only 1
B.  Both 1 and 3
C.  Both 2 and 3
D.  Only 1, 3 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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16 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
PROSPECTIVE
(1) Future
(2) likely
(3) Retrospective
(4) potential
A.  Only 1
B.  Both 2 and 4
C.  Only 1,2 and 4
D.  Only 1,2 and 3
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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17 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
DEFICIENCY
(1) Insufficiency
(2) totally
(3) Wholly
(4) entirely
A.  Only 1
B.  Both 2 and 4
C.  Both 1 and 3
D.  Only 1, 2 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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18 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
DIGNITY
(1) Humility
(2) Self-respect
(3) Humbleness
(4) Self-regard
A.  Only 1
B.  Both 2 and 4
C.  Only 1,3 and 4
D.  Only 1, 2 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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19 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
OBSOLETE
(1) Disused
(2) redundant
(3) Superfluous
(4) surplus
A.  Only 1
B.  Both 1 and 4
C.  Only 1,3 and 4
D.  Only 1,2 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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20 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
REFLECTION
(1) Observation
(2) suspension
(3) Outburst
(4) Expression
A.  Only 1
B.  Both 1 and 4
C.  Both 2 and 3
D.  Only 1,3 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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21 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
INTEGRATION
(1) Intensifying
(2) combination
(3) Heightening
(4) consolidation
A.  Only 4
B.  Both 2 and 4
C.  Both 1 and 2
D.  Only 1 ,2 and 3
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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22 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
NOURISHING
(1) Tiring
(2) toiling
(3) Tasty
(4) nutritious
A.  Only 4
B.  Both 2 and 4
C.  Both 1 and 3
D.  Only 1,2 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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23 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
OBEDIENCE
(1) Accomplishment
(2) Flexibility
(3) Obeisance
(4) Respect
A.  Only 4
B.  Both 1 and 3
C.  Both 3 and 4
D.  Only 1,3 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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24 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
OBLIGATION
(1) Indebtedness
(2) Demand
(3) Responsibility
(4) Duty
A.  Only 3
B.  Both 1 and 4
C.  Only 1,3 and 4
D.  Only 1,2 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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25 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
RESPITE
(1) Reprieve
(2) Relief
(3) Suspension
(4) Recess
A.  Only 1
B.  Both 1 and 3
C.  Both 2 and 3
D.  Only 1,3 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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26 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
COMPATIBLE
(1) Similar
(2) standardised
(3) Simpatico
(4) interchangeable
A.  Only 3
B.  Both 1 and 2
C.  Only 1,2 and 4
D.  Only 1,2 and 3
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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27 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
INTERRUPT
(1) Disrupt
(2) Break up
(3) Examination
(4) Progress
A.  Only 4
B.  Both 2 and 4
C.  Both 1 and 2
D.  Only 1,2 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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28 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
TANTALISE
(1) Taunt
(2) Spoof
(3) Charade
(4) Tease
A.  Only 1
B.  Both 1 and 4
C.  Only 1,3 and 4
D.  Only 1,2 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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29 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
STALEMATE
(1) Deadlock
(2) Impasse
(3) Standstill
(4) Dead-end
A.  Only 1
B.  Both 1 and 4
C.  Only 1,3 and 4
D.  Only 1,2 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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30 . Below is given a single word with options to its meaning in different contexts. You have to select all those options which are synonyms of the word when the context is changed. Select the correct alterative from (a), (b), (c), (d) and (e) which represents all those synonyms.
RITUAL
(1) Rite
(2) pattern
(3) Use
(4) habit
A.  Only 1
B.  Both 1 and 4
C.  Both 2 and 3
D.  Only 1,3 and 4
E.  All 1,2,3 and 4
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