Directions (Q.NO.1 - 25): Four words have been written out of which three are correctly spelt and one is wrongly spelt. Find the wrongly spelt word.
1. A) Abandon B) Abluant C) Abetted D) Abeyant
Explanation: Abluent: cleansing.
Abandon: to leave somebody / something that you are responsible for
Abetted: encourage or assist someone to commit a crime.
Abeyant: temporarily inactive
2. A) Cadaver B) Caconym C) Callaus D) Calumet
Cadaver: the body of a dead person.
Caconym: An incorrect name for something.
Callous: not caring about the feelings or suffering of other people.
Calumet: a North American Indian peace pipe.
3. A) Abdicate B) Aardwolf C) Abattair D) Eanling
Abdicate: to give up being King or Queen.
Aardwolf: a black-striped nocturnal African mammal.
Abattoir: a slaughterhouse.
Eanling: a newborn lamb
4. A) Haggard B) Haddack C) Hackle D) Hakafoth
Haggard: having a worn or emaciated appearance
Haddock: a sea fish that you can eat and that lives in the North Atlantic
Hackling: To greatly irritate, annoy, or aggravate someone.
Hakafoth: a ceremony in the Jewish synagogue.
5. A) Obligate B) Obitary C) Oblivion D) Obsolete
Explanation: Obsolete: no longer useful.
Oblivion: the state of being completely forgotten or unknown.
Obituary: a piece of writing about a person’s life that is printed in a newspaper soon after he/she has died.
Obligate: require or compel someone
6. A) Racketed B) Radiance C) Sabatage D) Systolic
Racketed: make or move with a loud unpleasant noise.
Radiance: light or heat as emitted or reflected by something.
Sabotage: self-defeating attitude
Systolic: connected with the action of the heart when it contracts to force blood out.
7. A) Tabloids B) Tactical C) Taceturn D) Reformer
Explanation: Tabloids: A tabloid is a newspaper that has small pages, short articles, and lots of photographs.
Tactical: connected with the particular method you use to achieve something.
Taciturn: tending not to speak very much.
Reformer: a person who tries to change society and make it better.
8. A) Theropod B) Refugee C) Regiccide D) Theonomy
Explanation: Refugee: a person who has been forced to leave his/her country for political or religious reasons.
Regicide: the action of killing a king.
Theonomy: the state of an individual or society that regards its own nature and norms as being in accord with the divine nature.
Theropod: a carnivorous dinosaur of a group whose members were typically bipedal and ranged from small and delicately built to very large.
9. A) Abacterial B) Habitint C) Jabronis D) Quackish
Explanation: Habitant: a person who lives in a particular place.
Jabronis: a foolish or contemptible person.
Quackish: boastfully pretentious
Abacterial: not caused by or characterized by the presence of bacteria
10. A) Abominable B) Splendid C) Acknowledge D) Enormaus
Explanation: Abominable: shocking
Acknowledge: to accept
Enormous: very big
11. A) Demolish B) Tranqil C) Dissimilarity D) Objective
Explanation: Demolish: to destroy something
Tranquil: quiet and peaceful
Objective: something that you are trying to achieve.
12. A) Enthusiatic B) Spurious C) Appreciate D) Descend
Explanation: Enthusiastic: full of excitement
Appreciate: to enjoy something or to understand the value of somebody/something
Spurious : false
Descend: to go down to a lower place
13. A) Interpret B) Fraudulent C) Corpulant D) Paunchy
Interpret : to explain or understand the meaning of something
Fraudulent: done in order to cheat somebody Corpulent: fat
Paunchy: having a large or protruding belly.
14. A) Terminate B) Humorous C) Unimaginative D) Counterfiet
Explanation: Terminate: to end or to make something end
Unimaginative: not readily using or demonstrating the use of the imagination.
Counterfeit: not genuine
15. A) Disagreement B) Recede C) Camauflage D) Loathe
Explanation: Disagreement: a situation in which people have a different opinion about something and often also argue
Recede: to move away and begin to disappear
Camouflage: materials or colours that soldiers use to make themselves and their equipment difficult to see
Loathe: to hate somebody/something
16. A) Assassinate B) Conception C) Neccesary D) Indispensable
Explanation: Assassinate: the premeditated act of killing someone suddenly.
Conception: an understanding of how or what something is
Necessary: that is needed for a purpose or a reason
Indispensable: absolutely necessary
17. A) Fabricate B) Dilapidated C) Manufacture D) Wagish
Explanation: Fabricate: to invent something false in order to deceive people
Dilapidated: old and broken
Manufacture: to make something in large quantities using machines
Waggish: humorous in a playful, mischievous, or facetious manner.
18. A) Fragment B) Diminutive C) Predicamant D) Quandary
Explanation: Fragment: a small piece that has broken off or that comes from something larger
Diminutive: much smaller than usual
Predicament: an unpleasant and difficult situation that is hard to get out of
Quandary: a state of not being able to decide what to do; a difficult situation
19. A) Contemplate B) Peculiar C) Monstrous D) Esteam
Explanation: Contemplate: to think carefully about something
Peculiar: unusual or strange
Monstrous: that people think is shocking and unacceptable because it is morally wrong or unfair
Esteem: held in great respect
20. A) Pleathora B) Paradox C) Caustic D) Voracious
Caustic: able to burn or destroy things
Voracious: Very Greedy
Paradox: having seemingly contradictory qualities
Plethora: Extreme excess
21. A) Jostle B) Gesticulate C) Reticent D) Lacanic
Explanation: Jostle: rough contact
22. A) Badger B) Interminable C) Repramand D) Cajole
Explanation: Badger: Annoy
Cajole: to persuade a person to do something
23. A) Detriment B) Lethargic C) Prominant D) Initiate
Explanation: Detriment: damage
Initiate: to start something
24. A) Tantamount B) Vanqish C) Svelte D) Wrath
Explanation: Tantamount: having the same effect, especially something bad
25. A) Atheist B) Evanescent C) Guffaw D) Maladiction
Explanation: Atheist: Someone who denies the existence of god