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October 13, 2016

English Word Power Quiz for Competitive Exams - Set 32

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  1. Aural is pertaining to the
    1. Sense of smell
    2. Sense of sight
    3. Sense of touch
    4. Sense of hearing
    5. Sense of taste
  2. To turn your back on someone is to 
    1. Follow blindly
    2. Desert a person
    3. Pledge one's full support
    4. Help a person achieve the impossible
    5. Make fun of a person
  3. Oneiric is related to 
    1. Dreams
    2. Ecstasy
    3. Imagination
    4. Divine glimpse
    5. Transe
  4. To see eye to eye is to
    1. Fight to the bitter end
    2. Feel angry
    3. Agree with
    4. Oppose someone
    5. Avoid someone
  5. Match the lists :
    1. To surpass in importance
    2. Haughtily arrogant
    3. A higher bid
    4. To blow strongly
    5. Excessively inflated
        • a. Overbid
        • b. Overblow
        • c. Overblown
        • d. Overbear
        • e. Overbearing
  6. Another word for vain is 
    1. Secretive
    2. Fruit
    3. Talkative
    4. Insincere
    5. Useless
  7. The meaning of en mass is 
    1. Large-scale killing
    2. In fact
    3. In a mass
    4. A double meaning
    5. Too much
  8. Which of the following have been misspelt ?
    1. Disatisfied
    2. Dissect
    3. Disservice
    4. Dislocate
    5. Disspel 
  9. To manage is to 
    1. Be a man
    2. Reach adulthood
    3. Be brave
    4. Succeed in achieving something
    5. Be an optimist
  10. Choose the correct alternative :
    1. Not possible 
      1. Impossible
      2. Unpossible
    2. Dislike 
      1. Hate
      2. Hateful
    3. About 12 o' clock in the night
      1. Midnight
      2. Dawn
    4. By degrees
      1. A little at a time 
      2. Smoothly
    5. Stillness 
      1. Silence
      2. Aloof



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