Vocabulary

His candid opinions have won him many friends.

  1. kind
  2. courteous
  3. generous
  4. frank

Businessmen who lack acumen cannot be expected to be very successful.

  1. fairness
  2. sharpness
  3. boldness
  4. righteousness

The police fired indiscriminately at the crowd, killing many innocent women and children.

  1. continuously
  2. without distinguishing
  3. foolishly
  4. rapidly

Bad tendencies are to be countered by good ones until all that is evil disappears.

  1. Opposed
  2. balanced
  3. reduced
  4. bypassed

It is unwise to sever diplomatic relations with a neighbouring country over small matters.

  1. engage
  2. estrange
  3. cut off
  4. twist

The witness corroborated word for word the statement of the victim.

  1. accepted
  2. confirmed
  3. denied
  4. repeated

The birth of his child decidedly proved to be an auspicious event in his life.

  1. precious
  2. ominous
  3. useless
  4. unforgettable

Unlike his brother, he is affable.

  1. reserved
  2. gullible
  3. irritable
  4. lovable

It was indeed arduous to cross streets in New York.

  1. pleasant
  2. effortless
  3. interesting
  4. risky

My first lecture in the classroom was a fiasco.

  1. success
  2. joy
  3. fun
  4. disaster

Pessimistic

  1. Not hopeful
  2. Indifferent
  3. Ascetic
  4. Unsettle

Stringent

  1. Dry
  2. Rigorous
  3. Shrill
  4. Strained

Perspicuity

  1. Logic
  2. Precision
  3. Profundity
  4. Lucidity

Many of his acquaintances avoid him because he is so GARRULOUS.

  1. Talkative
  2. Proud
  3. Quarrelsome
  4. Unreasonable

Mutual

  1. Conjugal
  2. Reciprocal
  3. Agreed
  4. Common

Imbecile

  1. Astute
  2. Cunning
  3. Ludicrous
  4. Stupid

He wanted to MITIGATE his burdens.

  1. lessen
  2. increase
  3. postpone
  4. leave

Diligent

  1. Progressive
  2. Brilliant
  3. Hard Working
  4. Inventive

Furore

  1. Worry
  2. Excitement
  3. Flux
  4. Anteroom

Distinction

  1. Different
  2. Degree
  3. Diffusion
  4. Disagreement

Bountiful

  1. Scare
  2. Limited
  3. Munificent
  4. Petty

Exaggerate

  1. Explain
  2. Bluff
  3. Overstate
  4. Underestimate

Corpulent

  1. Emaciated
  2. Lean
  3. Obese
  4. Gaunt

Absurd

  1. Senseless
  2. Abrupt
  3. Candid
  4. Clean

Aplomb

  1. Poise
  2. Annoyance
  3. Authorityswer
  4. Arrogance

Monotonous

  1. monologue
  2. dreadful
  3. Single-minded
  4. dreary

Indict

  1. Allege
  2. Condemn
  3. Reprimand
  4. Accuse

She adjusted quite well to her husband's IDIOSYNCRASIES.

  1. weaknesses
  2. peculiar habits
  3. bad habits
  4. stupid manners

Impromptu

  1. Effective
  2. Offhand
  3. Unimportant
  4. Unreal

Inexplicable

  1. Unconnected
  2. Confusing
  3. Unaccountable
  4. Chaotic

Hesitate

  1. Slow
  2. Pause
  3. Postpone
  4. Stop

Kindle

  1. make fun of
  2. very kind
  3. kind-hearted
  4. excite

Repercussion

  1. Clever reply
  2. Reaction
  3. Recollection
  4. Remuneration

Weird

  1. Beastly
  2. Frightening
  3. Unnatural
  4. Unpleasant

Wary

  1. Vigilant
  2. Tired
  3. Sad
  4. Distorted

Reckless

  1. Courageous
  2. Bold
  3. Rash
  4. Daring

Tactful

  1. diplomatic
  2. indifferent
  3. intelligent
  4. deceitful

Canny

  1. Clever
  2. Obstinate
  3. Stout
  4. Handsome

Adversity

  1. Crisis
  2. Misfortune
  3. Failure
  4. Helplessness

Elucidiate

  1. summarise
  2. calculate
  3. update
  4. clarify

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