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Sample Paper 4



Quick Test (Contains 10 questions and each questions contains 4 options)
stolid
  adj. stubbornly rebellious
  n. one who leads a simple life of self-denial
  n. solemn moral talk; sermon
  adj. showing little emotion
 
encroach
  n. severity
  n. acting as a dictator
  adj. having an affable manner; carefree
  v. to trespass or intrude
 
potent
  v. brag; glory over
  n. a gentle wind; breeze
  adj. having great power or physical strength
  n. moral corruption; badness
 
impolitic
  v. separate, split
  adj. improper; unfortunate
  adj. unwise; imprudent
  v. to disagree; differ in opinion
 
frenetic
  n. unrest; agitation
  n. thrift; economical use or expenditure
  adj. frenzied
  v. to grow together
 
neologism
  v. to soak or stain; permeate
  adj. not clear; uncertain
  n. giving a new meaning to an old word
  v. to agree without protest
 
tepid
  adj. having the composition of wood
  adj. unnecessary; extra
  adj. of a strange nature; weird
  adj. lacking warmth, interest, enthusiasm; lukewarm
 
hamper
  v. interfere with; hinder
  adj. plausible, but deceptive; apparently, but not actually, true
  adj. having to do with shepherds or the country
  v. to make new; renovate
 
callow
  adj. sweet-smelling; having the odor of a particular thing
  adj. unclear or vague
  adj. solitary
  adj. being young or immature
 
discerning
  v. to show sympathy for
  adj. having great power or physical strength
  v. to characterize or make as disgraceful
  adj. distinguishing one thing from another; having good judgment


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