ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION SOLVED PRACTICE SET 4
ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION — SOLVED PRACTICE SET-4
1. A person’s peculiar habit
A) Trait B) Idiosyncrasy
C) Idiolect D) Talent
2. Speech delivered without preparation
A) Rhetoric B) Oration
C) Extempore D) Maiden speech
3. One who will do any job for anyone for money
A) Mercenary B) Recruit
C) Hoodlum D) Merchant
4. Government by a king
A) Autocracy B) Aristocracy
C) Oligarchy D) Monarchy
5. Hobson’s choice
A) Choice to live or die B) Excellent choice
C) No choice at all D) Big man’s choice
6. Violation of the sanctity of a sacred place
A) Sin B) Sacrilege
C) Sedition D) Blasphemy
7. The ceremony of crowning a sovereign
A) Felicitation B) Promotion
C) Coronation D) Installation
8. One who tends to patronize, rebuff or ignore people regarded as social inferiors and imitate, admire people regarded as social superiors
A) Snob B) Fob
C) Dandy D) Freak
9. A room where dead bodies are kept until burial
A) Grave B) Cemetery
C) Mortuary D) Pyre
10. Act of making things like new again
A) Innovate B) Renovate
C) Motivate D) Activate
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Solution with explanation
1. Option ‘B’ (Idiosyncrasy). PECULIAR = belonging to, relating to, or found in only particular people or things; e.g.
a) He gets on with things in his own peculiar way.
b) They noted that special manner of walking that was peculiar to her alone.
6. Option ‘B’ (Sacrilege). SANCTITY = the state or quality of being holy, sacred, or saintly
7. Option ‘C’ (Coronation). SOVEREIGN = a king or queen
9. Option ‘C’ (Mortuary). BURIAL = the act of putting a dead body into the ground, or the ceremony connected with this; e.g.
We went back to Mumbai for my uncle’s burial.
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