Directions : In these questions,
choose the word opposite in meaning
to the word given in bold.

301. QUIET
(1) strong (2) noisy
(3) incomplete (4) violent
302. VAGUE
(1) clear (2) dull
(3) unknown (4) shady
303. Select the antonym of castigated.
(1) approve (2) rate
(3) flay (4) drub
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 15-01-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
304. INEVITABLE
(1) avoidable
(2) unnecessary
(3) inseparable
(4) uncertain
305. HUMILITY
(1) dignity (2) cruelty
(3) anger (4) pride
Question No. (306 – 310) :
(SSC (10+2) Lrj MkVk ,UVªh vkWijsVj ,oa LDC
ijh{kk] 11-12-2011 (Delhi) f}rh; ikyh)
306. MAKE
(1) liberate (2) break
(3) emancipate (4) bind
307. PRAISE
(1) heckle (2) accuse
(3) hate (4) scold
308. TERMINATE
(1) hasten (2) depart
(3) begin (4) change
309. RAPIDLY
(1) lazily (2) secretly
(3) slowly (4) firmly
310. SUCCESSOR
(1) failure (2) loser
(3) predecessor (4) predator
Question No. (311–315) :
(SSC (10+2) Lrj MkVk ,UVªh vkWijsVj ,oa LDC
ijh{kk] 11-12-2011 (East Zone) izFke ikyh)
311. CONTRADICTION
(1) opposition (2) adjustment
(3) confirmation (4) agreement
312. RELINQUISH
(1) reinstate (2) displace
(3) reclaim (4) retain
313. UNPREDICTABLE
(1) dependable (2) nature
(3) laudable (4) compliant
SEH–472
ANTONYMS
314. STERN
(1) lenient (2) crabby
(3) polite (4) unreasonable
315. SUSPICION
(1) doubt (2) whim
(3) indifference (4) trust
Question No. (316-320) :
(SSC (10+2) Lrj MkVk ,UVªh vkWijsVj ,oa LDC
ijh{kk] 11-12-2011 (East Zone) f}rh; ikyh)
316. PLAUSIBLE
(1) inplausible (2) unplausible
(3) implausible (4) displausible
317. GENIAL
(1) stupid (2) stingy
(3) boorish (4) unkind
318. DEMOLISH
(1) shift (2) build
(3) repeat (4) hide
319. FRAILTY
(1) energy (2) intensity
(3) vehemence (4) strength
320. PREVENT
(1) protect (2) block
(3) hinder (4) induce
Question No. (321 –323) :
(SSC dkaLVscy (GD) ,oa jkbiQyeSu (GD)
ijh{kk] 24-04-2012 izFke ikyh)
321. GUILTY
(1) good (2) innocent
(3) ingenious (4) foolish
322. BRUTALITY
(1) mercy (2) bestiality
(3) cruelty (4) humanity
323. FAT
(1) clean (2) mean
(3) weak (4) lean
Question No. (324–326) :
(SSC dkaLVscy (GD) ,oa jkbiQyeSu (GD)
ijh{kk] 24-04-2012 f}rh; ikyh)
324. DESTRUCTIVE
(1) strctural
(2) constructive
(3) wind speed
(4) static
325. CORRUPT
(1) honest (2) unclean
(3) heartless (4) hateful
326. PROMINENT
(1) notorious (2) obscure
(3) wicked (4) hostile
Question No. (327–329) :
(SSC MkVk ,aVªh vkWijsVj ,oa ,yMhlh
ijh{kkμ21.10.2012 IInd sitting)
327. LEAD
(1) conduct (2) guide
(3) follow (4) direct
328. INSOLENT
(1) submissive (2) arrogant
(3) overbearing (4) disdainful
329. PERMIT
(1) endorse (2) approve
(3) certify (4) forbid
Question No. (330-332) :
(SSC Level Data Entry Operator & LDC
Examμ28.10.2012 Ist sitting)
330. TRIUMPH
(1) defeat (2) victory
(3) success (4) subjugation
331. RANCID
(1) putrefied (2) delicious
(3) fresh (4) stale
332. Select the antonym of deliberate.
(1) judge (2) imprudent
(3) cogitate (4) argue
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 15-01-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
Question No. (333-337) :
(SSC FCI Assistant Grade-III
Examμ11.11.2012 IInd sitting)
333. MALICIOUS
(1) malevolent (2) spiteful
(3) baneful (4) benign
334. EMERGE
(1) disappear (2) fall
(3) mark (4) fade
335. Select the antonym of
demure.
(1) humble (2) bold
(3) coy (4) sober
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 15-01-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
336. CURB
(1) help (2) allow
(3) restrain (4) remove
337. CROOKED
(1) twisted (2) devious
(3) bended (4) straight
Question No. (338–342) :
(SSC Delhi Police lc baLisDVj
ijh{kk] 19-08-2012] Paper-I)
338. PHILANTHROPIC
(1) self centred
(2) benevolent
(3) benign
(4) unsparing
339. OPULENT
(1) poor (2) sumptuous
(3) drooping (4) wealthy
(SSC (10+2) Lrj MkVk ,aVªh vkWijsVj ,oa LDC
ijh{kk] 04-11-2012] izFke ikyh)
340. RECEDE
(1) advance (2) retrograde
(3) retreat (4) withdraw
341. PERPETUAL
(1) intermittent (2) frequent
(3) continuous (4) rare
342. UNRULY
(1) uneven (2) undue
(3) orderly (4) dirty
Question No. (343-345) :
(SSC (10+2) Lrj MkVk ,aVªh vkWijsVj ,oa LDC
ijh{kk] 04-11-2012] izFke ikyh)
343. KNACK
(1) talent (2) dullness
(3) dexterity (4) balance
344. PERNICIOUS
(1) prolonged (2) ruinous
(3) ruthless (4) beneficial
345. LOITER
(1) wander (2) punctual
(3) sober (4) free
(SSC CAPFs ASI ,oa DP ,oa SI
ijh{kk 06-07-2017 izFke ikyh)
Question No. (346–350) :
(SSC FCI lgk;d xzsM-III
ijh{kk] 11-11-2012] izFke ikyh)
346. IMPETUOUS
(1) agitated (2) impulsive
(3) cautious (4) reckless
347. APPROACHED
(1) retreated (2) reached
(3) arrived (4) reproached
348. CULMINATION
(1) completion (2) climax
(3) conclusion (4) beginning
349. INCLUDE
(1) embrace (2) embody
(3) eliminate (4) enclose
350. Select the antonym of
genteel.
(1) uncivilized (2) stuffy
(3) urbane (4) prim
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 15-01-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
Question No. (351–353) :
(SSC eYVh VkfLdax LVkiQ
ijh{kk] 10-03-2013] izFke ikyh)
351. Select the antonym of
primed.
(1) fit (2) able
(3) unready (4) prepped
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 16-01-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
352. HOSTILE
(1) host (2) proud
(3) systematic (4) sympathetic
353. MADDEN
(1) calm (2) enrage
(3) sordid (4) fussy
(SSC CAPFs ASI ,oa DP ,oa SI
ijh{kk 06-07-2017 izFke ikyh)
SEH–473
ANTONYMS
Question No. (354-356) :
(SSC eYVh VkfLdax LVkiQ ijh{kk] 10-03-2013)
354. PENITENCE
(1) sterile (2) approval
(3) deter (4) remorse
(SSC CAPFs ASI ,oa DP ,oa SI
ijh{kk 06-07-2017 izFke ikyh)
355. AGGRESSIVE
(1) dull (2) peaceful
(3) doleful (4) inactive
356. DOLEFUL
(1) mournful (2) cheerful
(3) deceitful (4) beautiful
357. LIBERATION
(1) movement (2) bondage
(3) service (4) unrest
(SSC eYVh VkfLdax LVkWiQ
ijh{kk] 17-03-2013] dksydkrk {ks=k)
358. SLACKEN
(1) rejoice (2) increase
(3) flimsy (4) abate
(SSC CAPFs ASI ,oa DP ,oa SI
ijh{kk 06-07-2017 izFke ikyh)
359. NUGATORY
(1) delusive (2) futile
(3) unreal (4) productive
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 05-08-2017 r`rh; ikyh)
Question No. (360-362) :
(SSC eYVh VkfLdax LVkWiQ
ijh{kk] 17-03-2013] izFke ikyh)
360. INDOLENT
(1) diligent (2) malevolent
(3) brilliant (4) solvent
361. COHERENT
(1) disorganized (2) inept
(3) carefree (4) distorted
362. BRUTAL
(1) humane (2) fearless
(3) criminal (4) adamant
Question No. (363–364) :
(SSC eYVh VkfLdax LVkWiQ
ijh{kk] 17-03-2013] f}rh; ikyh)
363. MALICE
(1) ecstasy (2) happiness
(3) honour (4) goodwill
364. PILFERER
(1) sniper (2) punk
(3) lifter (4) police
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 16-01-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
365. NAIVE
(1) artful (2) candid
(3) credulous (4) sincere
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 05-08-2017 r`rh; ikyh)
Question No. (366-368) :
(SSC eYVh VkfLdax LVkiQ
ijh{kk] 24-03-2013] izFke ikyh)
366.CALLOUS
(1) careless (2) concerned
(3) caress (4) carefree
367.COMRADE
(1) friend (2) associate
(3) follower (4) enemy
368. VIRTUOUS
(1) vile (2) chaste
(3) kosher (4) celibate
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 16-01-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
369. OBSTRUCT
(1) clear (2) block
(3) instruct (4) prevent
(SSC FCI eYVh vflLVsaV xzsM-III
eq[; ijh{kk] 07-04-2013)
Question No. (370–371) :
(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 08-08-2017 izFke ikyh)
370. RAUCOUS
(1) dulcet (2) hoarse
(3) jrring (4) torrent
371. PREDILECTION
(1) inclination (2) enduring
(3) enmity (4) domicile
372. ALTRUISTIC
(1) selfish (2) cruel
(3) unkind (4) evil
(SSC FCI eYVh vflLVsaV xzsM-III
eq[; ijh{kk] 07-04-2013)
373. MULTIFACETED
(1) adroit (2) handy
(3) pliable (4) simple
(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 09-08-2017 r`rh; ikyh)
Question No. (374-376) :
(SSC CGL Tier-I ijh{kk] 21-04-2013 izFke ikyh)
374. WARY
(1) conscientious
(2) daring (3) thrifty
(4) rash
375. Select the antonym of sue.
(1) absolve (2) litigate
(3) indict (4) solicit
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 17-01-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
376. ACCOLADE
(1) blame (2) reticent
(3) decorate (4) permeate
Question No. (377-378) :
(SSC CGL Tier-I ijh{kk] 21-04-2013 izFke ikyh)
377. OVERT
(1) open (2) complete
(3) hidden (4) culvert
378. DIFFIDENCE
(1) self-assurance
(2) expansiveness
(3) shyness
(4) sharpness
379. TREPIDATION
(1) bold (2) calm
(3) fear (4) violent
(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 09-08-2017 r`rh; ikyh)
Question No. (380-382) ;
(SSC CGL Tier-I ijh{kk] 21-04-2013 f}rh; ikyh)
380. LUNACY
(1) sanity (2) stupidity
(3) sensibility (4) insanity
381. OBTUSE
(1) sharp-witted(2) transparent
(3) timid (4) blunt
382. INADVERTENTLY
(1) secretly (2) accidentally
(3) completely (4) deliberately
Question No. (383-385) :
(SSC CGL Tier-I ijh{kk] 21-04-2013 f}rh; ikyh)
383. CORDIAL
(1) fast (2) heartfelt
(3) friendly (4) hostile
384. INSTINCTIVE
(1) innate (2) rational
(3) inherent (4) inborn
385. VENIAL
(1) minor (2)pardonable
(3) unpardonable (4) clean
Question No. (386–388) :
(SSC dkaLVscy (GD)
ijh{kk] 12-05-2013] izFke ikyh)
386. FLOOD
(1) drought (2) dry
(3) cyclone (4) desert
387. LIBERAL
(1) irrelevant (2) free
(3) sensitive (4) intolerant
388. BANE
(1) curse (2) boon
(3) base (4) violent
Question No. (389 –391) :
(SSC dkaLVscy (GD) ijh{kk] 12-05-2013)
389. SLAVE
(1) surf (2) landlord
(3) master (4) tenant
390. ENSCONCE
(1) establish (2) impudence
(3) request (4) unveil
(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 10-08-2017 r`rh; ikyh)
391. EGOIST
(1) spiritless (2) selfless
(3) senseless (4) soulless
SEH–474
ANTONYMS
Question No. (392-394) :
(SSC CGL Tier-I ijh{kk] 19-05-2013 izFke ikyh)
392. RETRENCH
(1) revamp (2) belie
(3) deviate (4) recruit
393. AGGRAVATE
(1) depreciate (2) extinguish
(3) subsidise (4) alleviate
394. INDELIBLE
(1) decorous (2) surprising
(3) concerted (4) temporary
Question No. (395-397) :
(SSC CGL Tier-I ijh{kk] 19-05-2013 f}rh; ikyh)
395. GRATING
(1) musical (2) unmusical
(3) hoarse (4) strident
396. CAPRICIOUS
(1) fanciful (2) reasonable
(3) intolerant (4) indifferent
397. LASSITUDE
(1) pleasure (2) lustrous
(3) lethargy (4) enthusiasm
Question No. (398-400) :
(SSC CGL Tier-I ijh{kk] 19-05-2013 f}rh; ikyh)
398. DWINDLE
(1) diminish (2) shrink
(3) increase (4) decrease
399. DORMANT
(1) inactive (2) dorsal
(3) domestic (4) active
400. TRANQUILITY
(1) quiet (2) serenity
(3) peace (4) disturbance
Question No. (401-405) :
(SSC CAPF SI & CISF ASI ijh{kk] 23-06-2013)
401. DEBACLE
(1) success (2) response
(3) acceptance (4) agreement
402. ABUSIVE
(1) laudatory (2) profuse
(3) effusive (4) noble
403. AMORPHOUS
(1) amoral (2) definite
(3) perfect (4) irregular
404. UNITARY
(1) single (2) triple
(3) multiple (4) double
405. ADULTERATION
(1) purification
(2) normalization
(3) rejuvenation
(4) consternation
Question No. (406-408) :
(SSC CGL Tier-II ijh{kk] 29-09-2013)
406. PERSUADE
(1) promote (2) pervade
(3) dissolve (4) dissuade
407. OUTRAGEOUS
(1) justifiable (2) lusty
(3) jolly (4) wicked
408. EFFICACIOUS
(1) productive (2) ineffective
(3) improper (4) urgent
409. RELINQUISH
(1) continue (2) vanish
(3) quench (4) relish
(SSC (10+2) MkVk ,aVªh vkWijsVj
,oa LDC ijh{kk] 20-10-2013)
410. LUGUBRIOUS
(1) clumsy (2) lucid
(3) optimistic (4) sinister
(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 10-08-2017 r`rh; ikyh)
Question No. (411–412) :
(SSC (10+2) MkVk ,aVªh vkWijsVj ,oa LDC
ijh{kk] 27-10-2013] f}rh; ikyh)
411. AGITATE
(1) please (2) disturb
(3) pacify (4) rouse
412. INDIFFERENT
(1) restless (2) inattentive
(3) attentive (4) reliable
Question No. (413–414) :
(SSC (10+2) MkVk ,aVªh vkWijsVj ,oa LDC
ijh{kk] 10-11-2013] izFke ikyh)
413. INDOMITABLE
(1) adamant (2) certain
(3) arrogant (4) cowardly
414. FELICITY
(1) innocence (2) sorrow
(3) mimicry (4) infidelity
415. IMBROGLIO
(1) misery (2) censure
(3) composure (4) dilemma
(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 11-08-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
416. STABILITY
(1) opposition (2) carelessness
(3) disparity (4) inconsistency
(SSC (10+2) MkVk ,aVªh vkWijsVj ,oa LDC
ijh{kk] 10-11-2013] f}rh; ikyh)
Question No. (417–419) :
(SSC eYVh Vk¯Ldx LVkiQ ijh{kkμ16-02-2014)
417. GENUINE
(1) innocent (2) reckless
(3) spurious (4) diluted
418. BEQUEST
(1) accord (2) damage
(3) complex (4) withdraw
(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 11-08-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
419. FACADE
(1) frontage (2) semblance
(3) veneer (4) reality
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 17-01-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
Question No. (420–422) :
(SSC eYVh Vk¯Ldx LVkiQ
ijh{kkμ16-02-2014 f}rh; ikyh)
420. CHAOTIC
(1) haphazard (2) organised
(3) charming (4) Charismatic
421. Select the antonym of
entrust.
(1) confer (2) allot
(3) rely (4) deny
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 18-01-2017 r`rh; ikyh)
422. CAUTIOUS
(1) unreasonable (2) careful
(3) illogical (4) reckless
Question No. (423-425) :
(SSC eYVh Vk¯Ldx LVkiQ
ijh{kkμ23-02-2014 f}rh; ikyh)
423. ENCOURAGED
(1) opposed (2) mugged
(3) supported (4) dispirited
424. REVOKE
(1) negate (2) annul
(3) invalidate (4) implement
425. CALCULATIVE
(1) naive (2) gentle
(3) docile (4) careful
Question No. (426-428) :
(SSC CGL Tier-I (iquiZjh{kkμ2013] 27-04-2014)
426. ACQUIT
(1) despair (2) mild
(3) smart (4) condemn
427. DISSENT
(1) discord
(2) disagreement
(3) unacceptable
(4) agreement
428. GROUP
(1) singular (2) individual
(3) alone (4) solitary
429. FRUGALITY
(1) gaiety (2) prodigality
(3) enmity (4) captivity
(SSC CGL Tier-I iquiZjh{kkμ2013] 27-04-2014)
Question No. (430-431) :
(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 12-08-2017 r`rh; ikyh)
430. EXTENUATE
(1) strengthen (2) enfeeble
(3) abate (4) acquit
431. FECUND
(1) prolific (2) sterile
(3) necessitate (4) turmoil
SEH–475
ANTONYMS
Question No. (432 – 436) :
(SSC CAPFs S.I. CISF ASI ,oa
fnYyh iqfyl S.I. ijh{kk] 22-06-2014)
432. SAFE
(1) rash (2) insecure
(3) beneficial (4) harsh
433. REDUNDANT
(1) repentant (2) surplus
(3) singular (4) required
434. FAIR
(1) untrue (2) unjust
(3) coarse (4) harsh
435. BOISTEROUS
(1) serenity (2) calm
(3) cheerful (4) courageous
436. SUBSTANTIAL
(1) flimsy (2) hefty
(3) actual (4) excess
Question No. (437-440) :
(SSC CAPFs S.I. CISF ASI rFkk
fnYyh iqfyl S.I. ijh{kk] 22-06-2014)
437. MUNDANE
(1) inferior (2) cheap
(3) extraordinary (4) good
438. ERADICATE
(1) preserve (2) alleviate
(3) removal (4) obstinacy
439. DISTRAUGHT
(1) clever (2) serene
(3) distressed (4) foolish
440. Select the antonym of motley.
(1) kaleidoscopic
(2) assorted
(3) homogeneous
(4) disparate
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 19-01-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
441. OBFUSCATE
(1) envelop (2) puzzle
(3) haze (4) clarify
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 10-08-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
Question No. (442-444) :
(SSC CGL Tier-I iquiZjh{kkμ2013]
20-07-2014 izFke ikyh)
442. BARBAROUS
(1) ancient (2) civilized
(3) gentle (4) savage
443. TRIUMPH
(1) establish (2) sorrow
(3) disdain (4) elation
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 10-08-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
444. DUBIOUS
(1) shady (2) delirious
(3) laconic (4) certain
Question No. (445-447) :
(SSC CGL Tier-I iquiZjh{kkμ2013]
20-07-2014 f}rh; ikyh)
445. Select the antonym of violation.
(1) abuse (2) obedience
(3) felony (4) crime
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 19-01-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
446. OSTENTATION
(1) comical (2) insane
(3) modesty (4) swanky
(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 11-08-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
447. AMBUSHED
(1) lurk (2) waylay
(3) camouflage (4) exposed
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 20-01-2017 r`rh; ikyh)
Question No. (448-450) :
(SSC CGL Tier-I ijh{kk 19-10-2014 izFke ikyh)
448. DESECRATION
(1) hopelessness
(2) disbelief
(3) veneration
(4) manifestation
449. YIELD
(1) respond (2) survive
(3) attack (4) resist
450. PARTICULARLY
(1) elaborately (2) generally
(3) comprehensively
(4) entirely
Question No. (451-453) :
(SSC CGL Tier-I ijh{kk 19-10-2014)
451. SUPPRESS
(1) reveal (2) increase
(3) open (4) explain
452. VOCAL
(1) voluble (2) calm
(3) quite (4) Silent
453. INDICT
(1) Accuse (2) Exonerate
(3) Incriminate (4) Impeach
454. COMMISERATE
(1) debatable (2) empathize
(3) indifferent (4) legion
(SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 11-08-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
Question No. (455-456) :
(SSC CGL Tier-I ijh{kk 26-10-2014)
455. CEASE
(1) abandon (2) initiate
(3) confront (4) confiscate
456. SEAMY
(1) honest (2) pure
(3) unpleasant (4) sincere
Question No. (457 – 461) :
457. Select the antonym ofmalignant.
(1) mortal (2) internecine
(3) benign (4) lethal
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 20-01-2017 r`rh; ikyh)
458. EFFEMINATE
(1) feminine (2) androgynous
(3) soft (4) manly
459. REPRIMANDED
(1) rebuked (2) praised
(3) admonished (4) shouted
460. EQUILIBRIUM
(1) composure (2) imbalance
(3) stability (4) inequality
461. PAUCITY
(1) paragon (2) pronounce
(3) plethora (4) persuade
Question No. (462-466) :
(SSC CHSL (10+2) DEO ,oa LDC
ijh{kk 02-11-2014] f}rh; ikyh)
462. NOVEL
(1) naughty (2) novelist
(3) banal (4) nasty
463. ELOQUENT
(1) elegant (2) lucid
(3) articulate (4) inarticulate
464. FLUENT
(1) inappropriate (2) halting
(3) degrading (4) insensitive
465. ADVERSITY
(1) prosperity (2) curiosity
(3) animosity (4) sincerity
466. RELUCTANT
(1) hesitant (2) reserved
(3) anxious (4) willing
Question No. (467-471) :
(SSC CHSL (10+2) DEO ,oa LDC
ijh{kk] 09-11-2014)
467. IMMORTAL
(1) eternal (2) permanent
(3) deathly (4) temporary
468. FOCUS
(1) disappear (2) disperse
(3) link (4) layer
469. VETERAN
(1) activist (2) enthusiast
(3) novice (4) master
470. SUPERFLUOUS
(1) essential (2) excess
(3) unwanted (4) necessary
471. Select the antonym of
dawdle.
(1) loiter (2) mosey
(3) hasten (4) saunter
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 21-01-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
SEH–476
ANTONYMS
Question No. (472–476) :
[SSC CHSL (10+2) DEO ,oa LDC ijh{kk]
16-11-2014] (iVuk {ks=k % izFke ikyh)]
472. TRANSPARENT
(1) opposite (2) opaque
(3) raised (4) coloured
473. CONSENT
(1) resent (2) dissent
(3) differ (4) recent
474. CARNAL
(1) civilized (2) spiritual
(3) brave (4) friendly
475. TURBULENT
(1) placid (2) cautious
(3) deliberate (4) obedient
476. SQUANDERING
(1) discarding (2) saving
(3) boarding (4) collecting
Question No. (477 – 481) :
(SSC CHSL (10+2) DEO & LDC
ijh{kkμ16-11-2014] f}rh; ikyh)
477. PRUDENT
(1) dunce (2) silly
(3) foolish (4) careless
478. TRADITIONAL
(1) avant-garde (2) present
(3) unusual (4) fresh
479. Select the antonym of
fuddle.
(1) upset (2) explicate
(3) nonplus (4) rattle
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 21-01-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
480. PROFUSE
(1) sparse (2) miserly
(3) brief (4) immoderate
481. MITIGATE
(1) appease (2) enhance
(3) allay (4) relieve
Question No. (482-484) :
(SSC CGL Tier-II ijh{kk 21-09-2014)
482. CONTROVERSIAL
(1) uncertain (2) dubious
(3) undisputed (4) questionable
483. NOURISH
(1) starve (2) foster
(3) sustain (4) strengthen
484. ALIGHT
(1) disembark (2) embark
(3) embalm (4) align
Question No. (485–487) :
(SSC CGL Tier – II ijh{kkμ12-04-2015
TF No. 230 PH 5)
485. TRANSIENCE
(1) eternity (2) shallow
(3) slow (4) rest
486. MANEUVER
(1) Manipulate (2) Proceed
(3) Cease (4) Machinate
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 21-08-2017 f}rh; ikyh)
487. INTERIM
(1) temporary (2) interior
(3) permanent (4) continuous
Question No. (488-490) :
(SSC CAPFs SI, CISF ASI, Delhi Police SI ijh{kk
28.09.2014, TF No. 482 RN 5)
488. SERVILE
(1) defiant (2) fawning
(3) sycophantic (4) psychotic
489. ADEPT
(1) ignorance (2) inept
(3) lacuna (4) inexperience
490. FAMOUS
(1) well-known (2) unknown
(3) unfamiliar (4) notorious
Question No. (491-493) :
(SSC (CGL) Tier-I ijh{kk 19.10.2014,
TF No. 022 MH 3)
491. PREDILECTION
(1) predicament
(2) afterthought
(3) aversion
(4) postponement
492. POMPOUS
(1) uppish (2) humble
(3) meek (4) grandiose
493. SERENE
(1) calm (2) angry
(3) ruffled (4) bitter
Question No. (494–498) :
(SSC CHSL (10+2) DEO ,oa LDC ijh{kk
16.11.2014, TF No. 333 LO 2, izFke ikyh)
494. RELEASE
(1) hide (2) bury
(3) close (4) confine
495. CLEAR
(1) implicit
(2) effulgent
(3) nebulous/opaque
(4) lucid
496. DISCRIMINATION
(1) bias
(2) equality
(3) motivation
(4) replenishment
497. ENDANGERED
(1) protected (2) livening up
(3) abundant (4) blissful
498. MAVERICK
(1) dependable (2) conventional
(3) redundant (4) old
499. BEQUEATH
(1) receive (2) impart
(3) bestow (4) entrust
(SSC CHSL (10+2) Tier-I (CBE)
ijh{kk 22-01-2017 r`rh; ikyh)
500. STUN
(1) petrify (2) calm
(3) flabbergast (4)stupefy

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