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Set-19

  • Swift-slow
  • Sweet-sour
  • Synthetic-natural
  • Superior-inferior
  • Stiffness-suppleness
  • Sublime-ridiculous
  • Serious-trifling
  • Tail-head
  • Tactful-tactless
  • Talkative-reserved
  • Taste-distaste
  • Tear-stitch
  • Temporary-permanent
  • Tender-hard
  • Theoretical-practical
  • Thesis-anithesis
  • Thrift-extravagance
  • Tidy-untidy
  • Tie-untie
  • Tight-loose

0 374

Set-11

  • Having more than one husband at atime-Polyandry
  • Speech by the dramatist at the beginning of the play-Prologue
  • A writer who steals ideas from another-plagiarist
  • That which can be easily carried-portable
  • Common place remarks-platitudes
  • Belief of God in nature-Pantheism
  • Promise given by a prisoner not to escape-parole
  • Tendency to quarrel or fight-pugnacity
  • Property inherited from one’s father or ancestor-patrimony
  • A lady’s umbrella-parasol
  • A style in which a writer seeks to display his knowledge-pedantic
  • Separation from other people to avoid infection-Quarantine
  • Animals with four legs-Quadruped
  • A line of person waiting-Queue
  • One who pretends to have special knowledge-Quack
  • Four sided courtyard surrounded by buildings-Quadrangle
  • Plane figure withfour sides-Quadrilateral
  • Any of the four children born at one birth-Quadruplet
  • Soft,wet ,marshy ground-Quagmire
  • Occurring once every three month-Quarterly

0 433

Set-18

  • silence-noise
  • sin-virtue
  • smart-dull
  • smile-frown
  • sound-unsound
  • specific-vague
  • speedy-slow
  • sterile-fertile
  • stout-thin
  • strength-weakness
  • strife-peace
  • subjective-objective
  • success-failure
  • suffer-withstand
  • summit-base
  • sunrise-sunset
  • supplier-consumer
  • swell-dwindle
  • sullen-cheerful
  • support-oppose

0 278

Set-10

  • A word no longer in use-Obsolete
  • The state of being ruled by a constant idea-Obsession
  • Incapable of being seen through-Opaque
  • A poem addressed to someone or something-Ode
  • A comic imitation –Parody
  • Release of a prisoner for a limited time-Parole
  • Killing of one’s own father-Patricide
  • One who looks at the dark side of things-Pessimist
  • One who loves mankind-Philanthropist
  • One that lives on others-parasite
  • One who goes on foot-pedestrian
  • One who collects postage stamps-Philatelist
  • A cure for all disease-Panacea
  • Examination of deadbody-post-mortem
  • Occuring after death-Posthumous
  • Study of the human mind-Psychology
  • Study of the nature and growth of language-Phylology
  • Study of ancient writings-Palaeography
  • One who speaks or uses several different languages-Polyglot
  • One who has more than one wife at a time-Polygamist

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Set-17

  • sane-insane
  • sanitary-unsanitary
  • save-squander
  • savoury-unsavoury
  • scholor-fool
  • scoff-praise
  • screw-unscrew
  • scrupulous-unscrupulous
  • strict-lax
  • same-different
  • secure-insecure
  • send-bring
  • seize-restore
  • sever-unite
  • several-few
  • shade-light
  • service-disservice
  • sharp-blunt
  • short-long
  • shout-whisper

0 294

Set-16

  • recovery-relapse
  • rude-polite
  • relish-dislike
  • relevant-irrevalent
  • rural-urban
  • ruthless-merciful
  • repudiate-affirm
  • rumour-truth
  • reprimand-compliment
  • rough-smooth
  • rinse-fall
  • retail-wholesome
  • reverse-forward
  • restive-peaceful
  • rear-front
  • rash-cautious
  • restrain-incite
  • sacred-profane
  • saint-sinner
  • salient-secondary

0 308

Set-09

  • Place where dead bodies are kept-mortuary
  • An ancient story or set of stories explaining the history of a group of people or about natural events and facts-Myth
  • Morning prayer in a church-Matins
  • Dull and uninteresting-monotonous
  • Shortness of sight-Myopia
  • A person suffering from nervous breakdown-neurotic
  • A medicine that induces sleep-Narcotic
  • Undue favour shown to relatives-Nepotism
  • One who looks at the bright side of the life-Optimist
  • One who is present every where-Omnipresent
  • One who knows everything-Omniscient
  • One who is all powerful-Omnipotent
  • One who is eighty years old-Octogenerian
  • One who cures eye-disease-Ophthalmologist
  • A place where orphans are housed-Orphanage
  • A study of birds-Ornithology
  • Study of mountains-Orology
  • Government by a few-Oligarchy
  • Ceremony at which a person becomes apreist-ordinations
  • Correct spelling-Orthography

0 324

Set-15

  • Public-private
  • Qualification-disqualification
  • Queer-normal
  • Quench-inflame
  • Quick-slow
  • Quiet-noisy
  • Quit-remain
  • Quarrelsome-peaceful
  • Radical-orthodox
  • Raise-lower
  • Radiance-darkness
  • Rare-common
  • Rash-cautious
  • Raw-ripe
  • Realistic-unrealistic
  • Rebellious-loyal
  • Rebuke-praise
  • Reckless-cautions
  • Refute-support
  • Rejice-grieve
  • Reliable-unreliable
  • Reluctant-willing
  • Remote-near
  • Renowned-notorious
  • Repel-attract

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Set-08

  • Place where bread is made-Bakery
  • Place where films are made-studio
  • Place where goods are made-factory
  • Place where lather is made-Tannery
  • Place where coins are made-Mint
  • Place where ships are made-Dockyard
  • Place where aeroplanes are kept-Hangar
  • Place where bees are kept-Apiary
  • Place where birds are kept-cage
  • Place where fishes are kept-aquarium
  • Place where curious are kept-Museum
  • Place where luggage in a raiway station is kept-Cloakroom
  • Place where motor cars are kept-Garage
  • Place where weapon are kept-Arsenal
  • A collection of wild animals kept privately to show to the public-menegeria
  • A hater of mankind-Misanthrope
  • A hater of women /marriage-Misogynist
  • Animals that suck their young-Mammals
  • Rule by mob-mobocracy
  • Place where ncient works are kept-museum

 

 

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Set-14

  • permanent-temporary
  • persuade-dissuade
  • personal-impersonal
  • pioneer-follower
  • pious-impious
  • petulant-polite
  • postpone-advance
  • precede-succeed
  • predecessor-successor
  • presence-absence
  • primary-secondary
  • procede-recede
  • preliminary-final
  • prefix-suffix
  • professional-amateur
  • profit-loss
  • prologue-epilogue
  • promote-demote
  • proper-improper
  • protest-support