Synonym is a word or phrase that have exactly or almost the same meaning as another word or phrase or two words that can be interchanged in a context are said to be synonymous relative to that context.
For example, the synonyms for word "All" is "total" or "whole" or "gross".
In above example, the words in quotation marks can be interchangeably used relative to a context.
These words simply convey a meaning similar to the given word.
Here are some more examples of Synonyms:
1: Burnished: polished, sleek, glossy.
2: Divine: holy, sacred, sanctified.
3: Dislike: loathing, disaffection, disfavor.
4: First: initial, foremost, primary.
5: Zero: nil, nothing, cipher.
In the given quiz, the candidate is required to spot synonyms. Here, the word for which candidate is required to find synonym; has been used in the sentence and given in quotation marks. The sentences are followed by four options. Out of those, the candidate is required to select the one which comes nearest in meaning to the word in quotation marks in the particular context.
All the best for the Synonyms Quiz!
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|A "barbarous" crime is to kill innocent.||
|"Averse" to taking risks.||
|The whole country was affected by the irremediable "disaster".||
|A "capricious" summer breeze||
|She used "devious" means to achieve success.||
|My best friend used to listen sweet music in a perfect "ecstacy".||
|The "doughty" women confront their enemies||
|Drinking alcohol is a health "hazard".||
|She was ordered to "expunge" the remark from the record.||