Free Online Antonyms Quiz with Answers


This Antonyms quiz your knowledge of the English Language. These all questions will very helpful to you for the forthcoming government competitive exams and will increase your intelligence skills.

Directions : In the following exercises each question consists of a Bold word in capital letters followed by four or five options. Select the option that is most nearly opposite in meaning to the Bold word in capital letters.

1. PROTRACT
(a) Defy (b) Supplement
(c) Postpone (d) Shorten

2. LEVITY
(a) Humour (b) Sobriety
(c) Haste (d) Gruesomeness

3. PALTRY
(a) Munificent (b) Improvident
(c) Random (d) Cautious

4. CACOPHONOUS
(a) Loud (b) Melodious
(c) Sonorous (d) Harsh

5. SEQUESTER
(a) Equation (b) Exhibit
(c) Dissimilarity (d) Separate

6. UNANIMITY
(a) Unison (b) Disagreement
(c) Substantial (d) Majority

7. PUNITIVE
(a) Punctual (b) Inconsistent
(c) Rewarding (d) Damaging

8. EXHAUSTS
(a) Tires (b) Empties
(c) Invigorates (d) Drains

9. FACILITATE
(a) Help (b) Propogate
(c) Hinder (d) Reject

10. FICKLE
(a) Inaccurate (b) Unnoticed
(c) Appreciate (d) Loyal

11. PLETHORA
(a) Denial (b) Aversion
(c) Scarcity (d) Despair

12. TRANSPARENT
(a) Clear (b) Ambiguity
(c) Opaque (d) Crystal

13. CANDID
(a) Outspoken (b) Disguised
(c) Devious (d) Frank

14. DISPARAGE
(a) To cause ambiguity (b) To add to confusion
(c) To spread rumours (d) To adulate

15. SWINGEING
(a) Tactful (b) Extremely hot weather
(c) Little in amount (d) Hindrance

16. PREVAILING
(a) Current (b) Outdated
(c) General (d) Exclusive

17. PRIMARY
(a) Elementary (b) Chief
(c) Secondary (d) Subordinate

18. IMPRESSIVE
(a) Commanding (b) Ordinary
(c) Remarkable (d) None of these

19. GRAY
(a) Peppar and salt (b) Dove colour
(c) Ashy (d) Brown

20. BREADTH
(a) Amplitude (b) Radius
(c) Narrowness (d) Thickness

Answers :
1. (d) ‘Protract’ means ‘to lengthen or extend’.
2. (b) ‘Levity’ means ‘lack of seriousness’.
3. (a) ‘Paltry’ means ‘meagre, petty’.
4. (b) ‘Cocophonous’ means ‘harsh discordant sound’.
5. (d) ‘Sequester’ means ‘to remove or separate’.
6. (b)
7. (c) ‘Punitive’ means ‘inflicting punishment’.
8. (c) 9. (c) 10. (d)
11. (c) ‘Plethora’ means ‘overabundance’.
12. (c) ‘Transparent’ means ‘clear’.
13. (b) ‘Candid’ means ‘frank and outspoken’.
14. (d) ‘Disparage’ means ‘to belittle’.
15. (c) ‘Swingeing’ means ‘forcible, huge’.
16. (d) ‘Prevailing’ means ‘widespread or generally accpeted’.
17. (c) 18. (b) 19. (d) 20. (c)

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