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In the following questions, a word is given at the top. From the given answer choices, select an appropriate antonym for this word.
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Question 1 Explanation:
Solution: Impartial means fair and unbiased. Antagonistic means hostile and unfriendly. Prejudiced means damage or injury. Abhor means to regard with extreme repugnance or aversion and apprehensive means quick to learn and understand. Hence, prejudice is the right answer choice as it represents the opposite of impartial in this case.
Question 2 Explanation:
Solution: Luminous means lighted up or illuminated while bright means reflecting light. Obvious means easily seen or recognised. Breakable means to divide. Muted means of low intensity or low volume. Hence, for the given question, muted is the antonym of luminous
Question 3 Explanation:
Solution: Awe means an overwhelming feeling of admiration while superficial means being shallow. Use means to put into service. Squat means to sit or occupy a position. Dislike means displeasure. Option B is thus the right choice
Question 4 Explanation:
Solution: Withdraw means to draw back while require means the need of. Lessen means to reduce. Proceed means to move forward. Crave means to long for something. Proceed is thus the right answer choice
Question 5 Explanation:
Solution: secret means something confidential while Clandestine means something executed with secrecy. Gracious means courteous. Unseen means something invisible. Evident means clear to the understanding. Hence, option D is the right choice
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Sir, i think the antonym of impartial would be prejudiced as defined by the following:
Preconceived opinion not based on reason or experience.
Give rise to prejudice in (someone); make biased: “the statement might prejudice the jury”.
thanks for the input