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English Knowledge is an important section in the employment-related competitive exams in India. In particular, exams like SSC, SBI, IBPS and other bank-related employment exams have English Language questions along with Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude. The English Language section primarily has questions related to Reading Comprehension, Cloze Test, Fill in the Blanks, Error Spotting, Grammar, Sentence Improvement, etc. This article SSC MTS Antonyms Quiz Day 1 presents the sample questions and answers related to English Language vocabulary. Antonyms topic is very important for the preparation of exams like SSC CPO, SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, and other bank exams. SSC MTS Antonyms Quiz Day 1 article is very useful to score maximum marks in SSC MTS Exam.

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1. scruple
    A. mettle B. dither C. fumble D. willing

Answer: Option D
Explanation: ‘Scruple’ means hesitant. So, its antonym is ‘willing
2. censure
    A. cynical B. approval C. selfish D. condemnation

Answer: Option B
Explanation: ‘Censure’ means disapproval. So, its antonym is approval. Hence, option B is the correct answer.
3. amicable
    A. naive B. mysterious C. hostile D. tolerant

Answer: Option C
Explanation: ‘Amicable’ means friendly and ‘hostile’ means unfriendly.
4. Commensurate
    A. disproportionate B. equivalent C. correspondent D. comparable

Answer: Option A
Explanation: ‘Commensurate’ means corresponding in size or degree; in proportion. Equivalent, correspondent and comparable are synonyms of Commensurate whereas disproportionate is an antonym.
5. Scintillating
    A.Sparkling B.Dull C.Glittering D.Shimmering

Answer: Option B
Explanation: Scintillating means sparkling or shining brightly. Sparkling, Glittering and Shimmering are synonymous to Scintillating whereas Dull is an antonym.
1. Voracious
    A. compulsive B. omnivorous C. full D. insatiable

Answer: Option C
Explanation: Voracious means wanting or devouring great quantities of food. compulsive, omnivorous and insatiable are synonyms of alert whereas “full” is an antonym.
2. Alert
    A. vigilant B. watchful C. attentive D. ignorant

Answer: Option D
Explanation: 'Alert' means quick to notice any unusual and potentially dangerous or difficult circumstances. Vigilant, watchful and attentive are synonyms of alert whereas ignorant is an antonym
3. Impute
    A. Exculpate B. Solvent C. Skilled D. Crafty

Answer: Option A
Explanation: Impute: represent (something, especially something undesirable) as being done or possessed by someone; attribute. Exculpate: show or declare that (someone) is not guilty of wrongdoing.
4. Recline
    A. Erect B. Original C. Superfluous D. Corrupt

Answer: Option A
Explanation: Recline: lean or lie back in a relaxed position with the back supported.
5. Tremulous
    A. Healthy B. Steady C. Obese D. Young

Answer: Option B
Explanation: Tremulous: shaking or quivering slightly. Steady: firmly fixed, supported, or balanced; not shaking or moving.
1. Forthwith
    A. Enslave B. Later C. Defect D. Forewarning

Answer: Option B
Explanation: Forthwith: (especially in official use) immediately; without delay; instantly or directly.
2. Fiendish
    A. Diabolical B. Devilish C. Reimbursement D. Friendly

Answer: Option D
Explanation: Fiendish: cruel and unpleasant: extremely clever and complicated. Friendly: Behaving in a kind and pleasant way showing kindness.
3. Stark
    A. mild B. gruff C. rugged D. mulish

Answer: Option A
Explanation: Stark: harsh and threatening in manner or appearance. Mild: gentle in nature or behavior; not severe. Mulish: unreasonably and inflexibly obstinate. Hence Stark and Mild are antonyms to each other.
4. Outlandish
    A. quirky B. atypical C. conventional D. crotchety

Answer: Option C
Explanation: Outlandish: strange and unusual. Conventional: common and ordinary; not unusual. Crotchety: very grumpy or unpleasant.
5. Renaissance
    A. decadence B. pestilence C. prehistory D. immorality

Answer: Option A
Explanation: Renaissance: a period of growth and activity in the areas of art, literature, and ideas. Decadence: a period of decline. Hence Renaissance and Decadence are antonyms to each other.

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