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Sample Paper 28



Thorough Test (Contains 40 questions and each questions contains 4 options)
v. to restate the meaning of a passage in other words
  alienate
  paraphrase
  extraneous
  protuberant
 
n. a feeling of hatred
  animus
  delectable
  genesis
  effete
 
n. something taken for granted; going beyond proper bounds
  presumption
  poignant
  disparity
  imminent
 
adj. pretending to be religious
  bereave
  convivial
  sanctimonious
  arbiter
 
n. a speech by one person
  nautical
  monologue
  abrogate
  diverting
 
adj. sneeringly distrustful of the good motives or conduct of others
  cynical
  academic
  admonish
  respite
 
v. to gain an advantage by the use of trick to evade by the use of deception; to go around
  soporific
  poignant
  chicanery
  circumvent
 
v. to pierce through with a pointed instrument
  impale
  tenet
  extemporaneous
  ingenious
 
adj. accidental
  vanquish
  fortuitous
  gesticulate
  stoic
 
adj. understood by only a select few
  quash
  recapitulate
  hovel
  esoteric
 
adj. of, or pertaining to, the world, as contrasted with the spirit
  dictum
  garnish
  feign
  mundane
 
v. to make gestures, or indicate feelings by motions
  retrieve
  abdicate
  imprecation
  gesticulate
 
adj. irresponsible, eccentric; lacking a fixed purpose erratic behavior
  craven
  erratic
  accord
  apathy
 
n. confused, unintelligible, meaningless talk; special vocabulary used only by members of a group or trade
  deplete
  meander
  jargon
  flamboyant
 
v. to soil or dirty
  besmirch
  venerable
  cynical
  diffident
 
n. employment entailing little or no responsibility or labor
  fictitious
  deluge
  waive
  sinecure
 
n. misfortune
  sallow
  insatiable
  expurgate
  adversity
 
adj. to plead or argue against a certain course of action
  circumspect
  deprecate
  credulous
  low
 
adj. swollen, inflated; using big or high-sounding words
  kaleidoscopic
  alacrity
  delectable
  turgid
 
n. scarcity
  noisome
  dearth
  antithesis
  sultry
 
adj. flimsy and cheap
  sleazy
  tremulous
  untenable
  inscrutable
 
adj. moderate in the use of food or drink
  creditable
  zealous
  benevolent
  abstemious
 
v. to prevent (the attainment of an object); to defeat or render ineffectual
  consecrate
  frustrate
  punitive
  condone
 
v. to express sympathy with another in sorrow, pain, or misfortune
  condole
  attribute
  entreat
  dictum
 
v. to refuse or reject with contempt
  spurn
  pensive
  depreciate
  effete
 
adj. innumerable
  dynamic
  immaculate
  myriad
  feasible
 
adv. with one's identity concealed
  quash
  malicious
  dictum
  incognito
 
adj. wicked; hateful
  accord
  sultry
  heinous
  depraved
 
adj. industrious
  protuberant
  inhibit
  exultation
  assiduous
 
adj. very heavy; clumsy
  ponderous
  obtrusive
  apprehensive
  creditable
 
adj. quick to find fault about trifles
  captious
  rudimentary
  idiosyncrasy
  vicarious
 
v. to do speedily; to send off
  vanquish
  congenial
  blight
  dispatch
 
n. conversation which is amusing and not serious
  panegyric
  banter
  engender
  dissolute
 
adj. spirited; ardent
  gregarious
  sacrosanct
  fervid
  impostor
 
n. burden; duty
  extirpate
  onus
  condone
  awry
 
adj. serving as a model; commendable
  condign
  exemplary
  asseverate
  utilitarian
 
adj. wise; shrewd
  sally
  egregious
  emissary
  sagacious
 
v. to give up claim to
  machiavellian
  corpulent
  abdicate
  apprise
 
v. to penetrate and understand
  stringent
  fathom
  archetype
  tantamount
 
n. an opinion held in opposition to the traditional view
  ingenious
  lavish
  exodus
  heresy


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