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Sample Paper 2



Quick Test (Contains 10 questions and each questions contains 4 options)
deity
  n. a god
  n. a ludicrous and complete failure
  adj. extravagantly romantic or idealistic; highly impractical
  n. evenness of temper or mind
 
protuberant
  n. a superficial appearance or show designed to impress one with superiority
  n. one who advocates extreme basic changes
  adj. profuse or generous; given to extravagance
  adj. bulging or swelling out
 
retrieve
  v. to make good; to recover
  adj. sentimental to the point of tears
  adj. entertaining
  adj. inclined, through some whim or fancy change the mind, purpose, or actions suddenly
 
dearth
  n. scarcity
  v. to punish or criticize severely
  v. to cause, produce, or stir up
  adj. habitually fond of associating in a company or herd
 
integrity
  n. honesty, moral soundness
  adj. liable to make mistakes or be deceived
  adj. possessing similar interests and tastes; able to get on well with others
  adj. very heavy; clumsy
 
delete
  n. an increase
  n. an original pattern
  n. working together secretly for an evil purpose
  v. to erase or cancel, take out or remove
 
demagogue
  n. departure, emigration
  adj. worldly, as opposed to spiritual; existing for a time only
  n. a leader who tries to stir the passions of people for his own purposes
  n. prolonged duration of life
 
mettle
  adj. sentimental to the point of tears
  n. a persistent feeling, idea, activity, etc., which dominates a person; the state of being exclusively preoccupied by a fixed idea
  v. to be sorry for
  n. disposition; spirit
 
predatory
  adj. inclined to plunder or rob; preying on, others
  n. an assumption made for the sake of argument
  n. confused, unintelligible, meaningless talk; special vocabulary used only by members of a group or trade
  adj. outstandingly bad
 
dissent
  n. partiality or preference for; a favorable opinion arrived at beforehand
  v. to disagree; to differ in opinion
  v. to banish or exile; to withdraw from one's country
  n. a relation between two things shown in the resemblance not of the things themselves but of their characteristics


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