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Sample Paper 22



Thorough Test (Contains 40 questions and each questions contains 4 options)
defeatist
  adj. resigned to defeat; accepting defeat as a natural outcome
  n. substance causing vomiting
  v. degrade; humiliate
  adj. twisted; with a humorous twist
 
militant
  adj. bloody
  adj. having many talents; capable of working in many fields
  adj. regretful; sorrowful
  adj. combative; bellicose
 
toga
  n. Roman outer robe
  n. fortress
  n. pedestal; raised platform
  adj. after death (as of child born after father's death or book published after author's death)
 
atrophy
  n. wasting away
  v. commence; go on board a boat
  n. study of insects
  adj. hairy
 
behoove
  n. armed band
  v. be suited to; be incumbent upon
  v. plunder
  v. show clearly
 
interminable
  adj. endless
  adj. expedient; prudent
  v. soothe
  v. arrange (laws, rules) as a code; classify
 
foist
  v. set free
  v. lessen in value
  v. insert improperly; palm off
  n. imitation of another's style in musical composition or in writing
 
analgesic
  adj. ghastly
  n. hermit
  adj. causing insensitivity to pain
  n. someone who wastes money
 
exacerbate
  n. wrong name; incorrect designation
  n. motion; gesture
  v. worsen; embitter
  v. pare; cut off bits
 
braggart
  v. join together, unite
  n. boaster
  adj. praising
  n. distance around something; circumference
 
dispel
  v. make hostile; separate
  adj. shining
  adj. played in an abrupt manner; marked by abrupt, sharp sound
  v. scatter; drive away
 
actuarial
  n. misgivings
  n. spur; motive
  adj. dark; vague
  adj. calculating; pertaining to insurance statistics
 
parley
  v. put under a spell; carry away with emotion
  v. endure the effects of weather or other forces
  adj. indecent; obscene
  n. conference
 
aggregate
  adj. hollow
  n. excess; overabundance
  n. sum; total
  adj. rosy; optimistic
 
sectarian
  adj. narrow-minded; limited in scope
  n. questionable medicine
  adj. inconspicuous; not blatant
  adj. truthful
 
disfigure
  n. missile
  n. long, eventful journey
  n. moving force; incentive
  v. mar the appearance of; spoil
 
baffle
  v. appease
  v. related linguistically; allied by blood
  v. frustrate; perplex
  n. learned Hindu; any learned person
 
recuperate
  adj. pertaining to marriage or the matrimonial state
  v. recover
  v. to wind or turn in its course
  v. ostracize; banish
 
bigotry
  n. stubborn intolerance
  adj. sheer; transparent
  n. food
  v. enlarge
 
spatula
  n. broad-bladed instrument used for spreading or mixing
  n. significance
  v. deprive of a civil right
  n. idle person; male bee
 
fulminate
  v. thunder; explode
  v. state without proof
  adj. superficial; not thorough
  n. person of prominence or influence
 
cohorts
  n. armed band
  n. balance; balancing force
  v. approve; ratify
  v. give in; surrender
 
intermittent
  v. pardon (an offense)
  adj. moved by sexual love; loving
  adj. periodic; on and off
  n. precision; minute distinction
 
runic
  n. effort; expenditure of much physical work
  adj. mysterious; set down in an ancient alphabet
  adj. requiring sitting
  v. consider; ponder
 
odious
  n. wild tumult
  n. subordinate possessions
  adj. hateful
  adj. depressed; gloomy
 
philatelist
  v. pretend; conceal by feigning
  n. stamp-collector
  adj. dirty; neglected
  adj. swift; momentarily brilliant
 
reconcile
  v. correct inconsistencies; become friendly after a quarrel
  n. supplicatory prayer
  v. avoid committing oneself; gain time
  adj. without feeling
 
redundant
  adj. superfluous; excessively wordy
  v. suppress; extinguish
  adj. deep-rooted; habitual
  v. bear fruit
 
stilted
  n. a small allowance or wage
  adj. poisonous
  adj. all-powerful
  adj. bombastic; stiffly pompous
 
temporal
  adj. not lasting forever; limited by time
  adj. keen; shrewd
  v. surrender
  v. bring upon oneself
 
annihilate
  adj. causing plague; baneful
  n. use of force
  v. destroy
  adj. profitable
 
discombobulated
  n. devoutness; reverence for God
  adj. confused; discomposed
  ad. apart; reserved
  adj. pertaining to marriage or the matrimonial state
 
hinterlands
  n. bundle of stalks of grain; any bundle of things tied together
  n. back country
  adj. wild; sensational
  adj. idealistic but impractical
 
harbinger
  v. shorten; reduce
  n. forerunner
  v. issue forth
  v. harass, annoy, torment; raid
 
random
  v. increase
  adj. without definite purpose, plan, or aim; haphazard
  adj. two-chambered, as a legislative body
  v. move faster
 
faze
  n. conceit; vanity
  adj. relating to cooking
  n. savor; enjoy
  v. disconcert; dismay
 
satyr
  adj. naive; young and unsophisticated
  n. informal discussion
  n. half-human, half-bestial being in the court of Dionysus, portrayed as wanton and cunning
  v. work laboriously; make slow painful progress
 
inundate
  v. overflow; flood
  n. person concerned with the interrelationship between living organisms and their environment
  adj. mild; fragrant
  n. deification; glorification
 
dawdle
  n. mixture of writings on various subjects
  v. loiter; waste time
  adj. pertaining to a bishop or pope; pompous or pretentious
  adj. loud and harsh
 
mollify
  n. mechanism that imitates actions of humans
  n. prototype; primitive pattern
  adj. unoriginal; obtained from another source
  v. soothe


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