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Sample Paper 23



Thorough Test (Contains 40 questions and each questions contains 4 options)
insatiable
  adj. unable to be satisfied
  v. to banish or exile; to withdraw from one's country
  v. to check or hinder
  n. a. personal peculiarity
 
anonymous
  ad. indicating a happy outcome
  n. one who denies that God exists
  adj. of unknown authorship
  v. to root out, destroy totally
 
atheist
  v. to make clear; to explain
  n. a state of happiness; a high ability
  v. to smile in a silly or affected way
  n. one who denies that God exists
 
cogent
  v. to prevent, dispose of, or make unnecessary by appropriate actions
  adj. pertaining to the common people; hence, common or vulgar
  adj. having the force to compel, usually by appealing to reason
  n. approval; praise
 
apprehensive
  adj. fearful
  adj. unable to be satisfied
  n. working together secretly for an evil purpose
  adj. foul-smelling; harmful
 
compensation
  n. payment for services
  v. to give a false idea of
  v. to draw out
  adj. sacrificing moral principles in order to attain power; politically cunning
 
countenance
  adj. excessive
  n. eagerness; cheerful promptness
  adj. worthy of belief
  n. a face
 
fictitious
  n. amazement; lack of courage caused by fearful prospect
  n. a remedy for all ills
  adj. unreal; made-up
  v. to paralyze with horror, fear, or surprise
 
archetype
  v. to restate in a brief, concise form; to sum up
  adj. inclined to quarrel; warlike
  n. an original pattern
  n. one who proudly shows off his learning or who overrates his knowledge
 
erudite
  adj. acting solely from a consideration of reward or profit
  adj. having or containing a lot of specialist knowledge
  v. to exclaim or utter suddenly
  adj. moderate in the use of food or drink
 
plagiarism
  adj. roomy
  v. to yield; to admit as true
  n. adopting and reproducing, without acknowledgment, the writings or ideas of another and passing them off as one's own
  v. to exercise self control; to keep from
 
innuendo
  n. an indirect reference or suggestion (frequently derogatory)
  adj. festive; gay
  adj. having the force to compel, usually by appealing to reason
  adj. objectionable
 
raconteur
  n. a little world, or a universe in miniature
  n. a skilled storyteller
  adj. profuse or generous; given to extravagance
  adj. excessive
 
misanthropic
  adj. deserving blame or censure
  adj. excessive
  adj. often of mistakes, extremely and noticeably bad
  adj. hating or distrusting mankind
 
incisive
  v. to be sorry for
  adj. cutting, penetrating
  adj. inclined to believe anything; easily imposed upon
  adv. with distrust
 
onus
  n. nearness
  adj. gloomy; ill-humored
  n. boredom; weariness of mind
  n. burden; duty
 
aesthetic
  n. compelling a person by physical force or other means to do something against his will
  n. a branching; sub-division
  adj. winding; indirect
  adj. pertaining to the beautiful
 
convivial
  adj. secret; stealthy
  n. feeling of displeasure or indignation resulting from mistreatment or abuse
  adj. swollen, inflated; using big or high-sounding words
  adj. festive; gay
 
dolorous
  adj. constantly changing or varying in pattern or scenes
  n. an indirect reference or suggestion (frequently derogatory)
  adj. sorrowful; mournful
  n. a privilege or power attaching to a position
 
culpable
  adj. deserving blame or censure
  adj. inclined to believe anything; easily imposed upon
  v. to quicken, speed tip
  n. eagerness; cheerful promptness
 
anthology
  n. an indirect reference or suggestion (frequently derogatory)
  n. payment for services
  n. a collection of choice literary works
  n. one who dabbles in the fine arts for amusement only and without concentrated study
 
promulgate
  adj. fearful
  adj. of, or pertaining to, the world, as contrasted with the spirit
  v. to publish or proclaim; to spread abroad
  adj. of low morals; corrupt
 
crass
  adj. rigorously self-denying
  adv. with distrust
  adj. traveling about; wandering
  adj. coarse and stupid
 
proletariat
  n. the wage-earning class
  v. to express sympathy with another in sorrow, pain, or misfortune
  adj. devoted to religious observances
  adj. objectionable
 
sleazy
  n. a cliff
  n. a distortion of the face to express an attitude or feeling
  n. one who is at home in all countries
  adj. flimsy and cheap
 
grimace
  adj. smooth-spoken, fluent
  v. to twist about (usually with pain)
  n. a distortion of the face to express an attitude or feeling
  v. to express sympathy with another in sorrow, pain, or misfortune
 
exultation
  n. faithfulness
  adj. positive in expressing an opinion
  n. coward
  n. great rejoicing
 
bizarre
  adj. pertaining to money
  n. an extreme patriot
  adj. queer; unusual in appearance
  v. display or wave boastfully
 
ubiquitous
  v. to postpone or put off to another time
  adj. all-powerful
  v. to smile in a silly or affected way
  adj. existing everywhere
 
exotic
  adj. strange and foreign
  v. to walk about (or talk) aimlessly; to wind about (as a stream)
  adj. pretending to be religious
  adj. demonstrating originality, skill, or resourcefulness
 
promontory
  adj. trembling
  adj. apparent; pretended
  n. a cliff
  n. to interpret, explain the sense of, or analyze
 
hyperbole
  adj. supreme power and authority; independent of the control of any other government
  adj. ridiculous; producing laughter
  n. extravagant exaggeration for effect
  n. boredom; weariness of mind
 
jettison
  n. one who proudly shows off his learning or who overrates his knowledge
  adj. lacking in self-confidence
  v. to throw overboard (as cargo); to throw off (as a burden or something in the way )
  adj. simple and straightforward; concealing nothing
 
blithe
  adj. gay and light-hearted in spirit or mood
  adj. sorrowful; mournful
  adj. of little worth or importance
  adj. well-deserved (applied chiefly to punishment)
 
benevolent
  v. to encourage -or support
  adj. kindly; charitable
  n. boredom; weariness of mind
  adj. genuine
 
fiasco
  adj. deadly
  n. a ludicrous and complete failure
  adj. queer; unusual in appearance
  n. one who is at home in all countries
 
flaunt
  v. display or wave boastfully
  adj. gripping and moving the feelings powerfully; piercing, biting, pointed
  adj. despotic
  n. great rejoicing
 
writhe
  adj. inclined to plunder or rob; preying on, others
  v. to twist about (usually with pain)
  n. a. personal peculiarity
  adj. unrefined in speech or manners
 
ire
  adj. flimsy and cheap
  v. to follow or result
  n. an assumption made for the sake of argument
  n. anger
 
hypothesis
  adj. in an early stage of development
  n. an assumption made for the sake of argument
  adj. given to joking or inappropriate gaiety; said in fun
  adj. given to joking or inappropriate gaiety; said in fun
 


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