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1. Nothing could ever abash him
A) please (B) delight C) embarrass D) infuriate
2. The doctor gave him some medicine to abate his pain
A) increase B) reduce C) augment (D) revive
3. The king abdicated the throne in order to marry a commoner
A) grabbed (B) usurped C) abandoned D) retained
4. A rich kid was abducted yesterday.
A) rescued (B) kidnapped C) killed (D) betrayed
5. The young man stole the money in a moment of aberration
A) deviation B) conformity (C) anecdote (D) sanity
6. We abhor a traitor
A) admire (B) scorn C) respect (D) revere
7. A good citizen abides by law
A) violates (B) removes (C) shifts (D) adheres to
8. We don't force anyone to abjure his religion.
A) adopt (B) give up C) cherish (D) abduct
9. Grace has abominable taste in clothes
A) graceful (B) detestable C) delightful (D) classy
10. His garden abounds in beautiful flowers.
A) teems with (B) lacks (C) abhors (D) abdicates
11. They voted to adjourn the meeting.
A) further (B) advance (C) expedite (D) postpone
12. John admonished his brother against being late.
A) tolerated (B) commended (C) warned (D) approved
13. We all adore Charlie Brown.
A) execrate (B) loathe (C) abominate (D) love
14. Robin Hood was said to wear a hat adorned with feathers.
A) embellished (B) disfigured (C) spoiled (D) maladjusted
15. The workman is adroit in handling machinery.
A) green (B) dexterous ; skilled (C) awkward (D) clumsy
16. The politician enjoys public adulation.
A) flattery (B) abuse (C) denunciation (D) reverence
17. The advent of spring makes the birds hilarious.
A) detriment (B) arrival (C) benediction (D) joviality
18. A courageous man smiles in the face of adversity.
A) misfortune ; distress (B) felicity (C) affluence (D) feat
19. Some parents advocate keeping the children at school as long as possible.
A) disfavor (B) dissent (C) recommend (D) advert
20. An affable countenance is pleasing to everybody.
A) avaricious (B) surly (C) taciturn (D) amiable
21. It never pays off to abrogate the defense treaty
A) establish (B) uphold (C) annul (D) bolster
22. Beware of the abrupt turn in the road ahead
A) laggard (B) easy (C) sudden (D) leisurely
23. The doctor advised the patient to abstain from smoking
A) do without (B) be absorbed in (C) go with (D) admit of
24. No one could solve such an abstruse problem
A) complex (B) lucid (C) abstemious (D) absurd
25. Defeated, the ex-champion fell into the abyss of despair
A) firmament (B) ecstasy (C) gulf (D) paradise
26. To accelerate growth, they work harder than ever
A) speed up (B) retard (C) accede (D) hamper
27. Without an accomplice the burglar could not have broken into the house
A) foe (B) confederate (C) servant (D) trivia
28. The gentleman was accosted by a beggar who demanded money
A) greeted (B) overlooked (C) shunned (D) outraged
29. The manager has reached the acme of his career
A) ebb (B) apex ; peak (C) base (D) downfall
30. All the members acquiesced in his resignation
A) assented to (B) disagreed with (C) balked at (D) dissented from
31. Are we living in an acquisitive society ?
(A) charitable (B) self-denying (C) greedy ; covetous (D developed
32. The tonic had an acrid aftertaste
A) palatable (B) delicious (C) savory (D) bitter
33. The dispute was renewed with increasing acrimony
A) civility (B) bitterness (C) urbanity (D) curiosity
34. The merchant is noted for his business acumen
A) keenness (B) honesty (C) stupidity (D) obtusity
35. A bad tooth may cause acute pain
A) blunt (B) sharp (C) dull (D) obtuse
36. According to an old adage on Wall Street, the stock market can deal with good news and bad, but it cannot tackle uncertainty
A) saying ; proverb (B) time (C) novice (D) neophyte
37. The stoic was adamant to temptations
A) unyielding (B) pliable (C) bending (D) vulnerable
38. The boy is addicted to stealing
A) given up (B) weaned from (C) detached from (D) adapted to
39. The reporter is adept in news writing
A) poor (B) skilled (C) maladroit (D) numb
40. The brothers built on adjacent lots
A) distant (B) remote (C) neighboring (D) permanent
41.The gambler was afflicted with debts.
A) consoled (B) agonized (C) buoyed (D) solace
42. America is an affluent nation.
A) abject (B) impoverished (C) acquisitive (D) wealthy
43. The boy affronted the teacher by making a face at her.
A) impressed (B) offended (C) delighted (D) gladdened
44. All he desired was to aggrandize his estate.
A) expand (B) diminish (C) dwindle (D) swindle
45. Grief aggravated her illness.
A) appeased (B) tranquilized (C) extenuated (D) intensified
46. The ill-intentioned aggregation was dispersed by the police.
A) gathering (B) disintegration (C) solo (D) constituent
47. The new teacher stood aghast at the students' lack of discipline.
A) acceptant (B) tolerant (C) lenient (D) horrified
48. One needs an agile mind to solve the puzzles.
A) lively (B) sluggish (C) lethargic (D) inert
49. The mind of man is agitated by various emotions.
A) lulled (B) quieted (C) soothed (D) provoked
50. Will Durant is an agnostic.
A) deist (B) pagan (C) ascetic (D) one who believes that nothing is known about the existence of God
51. The patient is in agony.
A) suffering (B) repose (C) rest (D) peace
52. Sometimes agrarian disputes are hard to settle.
A) industrial (B) political (C) of land (D) academic
53. It's simply a minor ailment.
A) mistake (B) blunder (C) question (D) disease
54. Pity is often akin to love.
A) related to (B) different from (C) alien to (D) foreign to
55. The retarded child moved with alacrity.
A) quickness (B) slowness (C) hesitation (D) dilatoriness
56. The dog is always alert.
A) listless (B) lively (C) languid (D) indolent
57. The troops aligned.
A) attacked (B) retreated (C) triumphed (D) lined up
58. Her fears were allayed by her mother's consolation.
A) aggravated (B) worsened (C) mitigated (D) aroused
59. To become a citizen, you must swear allegiance to the United States5
A) disaffection (B) treason (C) loyalty (D) infidelity
60. Heat often alleviates pain.
A) intensifies (B) augments (C) cures (D) mitigates
61.Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc.
(A)fission (B)fuss (C)separation (D)mixture
62.Rewards allure men to confront danger.
(A) elude (B) attract (C) allude (D) estrange
63.We heard some remarks in allusion to his misconduct.
(A) slight mention (B)illusion (C)praise (D)ailment
64.The plane is flying at a great altitude.
(A) speed (B) alacrity (C) stability (D) height
65.To give away alms is an altruistic deed.
(A)selfish (B)egoistic (C)niggardly (D)charitable
66.To amble along the willow bank is an incomparable delight.
(A)alight (B)gallop (C)joy (D)saunter
67.The government is trying to ameliorate workers' condition.
(A)impair (B)improve (C)mar (D)deteriorate
68.The amenity of his manners is irresistible.
(A) hostility (B)agreeableness (C)antagonism (D)amigo
69.The meeting ended on an amiable note.
(A)surly (B)crabbed (C)impetuous (D)agreeable
70.The negotiators joined in amicable discussion.
(A)bellicose (B)belligerent (C)pugnacious (D)friendly
1C 2B 3C 4B 5A 6B 7D 8B 9B 10A
11D 12C 13D 14A 15B 16A 17B 18A 19C 20D
21C 22C 23A 24A 25C 26A 27B 28A 29B 30A
31C 32D 33B 34A 35B 36A 37A 38A 39B 40C
41B 42D 43B 44A 45D 46A 47D 48A 49D 50D
51A 52C 53D 54A 55A 56B 57D 58C 59C 60D
61D 62B 63A 64D 65D 66D 67B 68B 69D 70D