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Sunday, 3 June 2018

SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 03 - 06 - 18

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SSC CPO : English Language Quiz | 03 - 06 - 18
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Q.1.10. In questions below out of the four alternatives, choose the one which can be substituted for the given sentence and mark it as your answer. 

Q.1. Without having been commanded or invited. 

(A) Unbidden 

(B) Vagabond 

(C) Lien 

(D) Approbation 

Q.2. Displaying great generosity. 

(A) Munificent 

(B) Fritter 

(C) Incongruity 

(D) Bedraggle 

Q.3. Make (a bad situation) worse. 

(A) Prate 

(B) Exacerbate 

(C) Callow 

(D) Intrepid 

Q.4. Honour as holy. 

(A) Spawn 

(B) Hallow 

(C) Chimera 

(D) Hew 

Q.5. Fail to give a true impression of (Something). 

(A) Feint 

(B) Antipathy 

(C) Belie 

(D) Feint 

Q.6. Reluctance to work or make an effort. 

(A) Demeanour 

(B) Sloth 

(C) Waffle 

(D) Chicanery 

Q.7. Conspicuously or obviously offensive.  

(A) Flagrant 

(B) Kaiser 

(C) Dulcet 

(D) Fallow 

Q.8. Small worthless objects, especially household ornaments. 

(A) Gullible 

(B) Salubrious 

(C) Knick 

(D) Epistle 

Q.9. Making marks that cannot be removed. 

(A) HabituĂ© 

(B) Vindictive 

(C) Indelible 

(D) Virtuoso 

Q.10. The occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent words. 

(A) Insatiable 

(B) Sedulous 

(C) Fetid 

(D) Alliteration 


Q1. (A) 

Q2. (A) 

Q3. (B) 

Q4. (B) 

Q5. (C) 

Q6. (B) 

Q7. (A) 

Q8. (C)

Q9. (C) 

Q10. (D)

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