Tips to find the MOST SIMILAR Word in English Questions Part-I

Tips to find the MOST SIMILAR Word in English Questions Part-I
Tips to find the MOST SIMILAR Word in English Questions Part-I:
Useful tips to find the MOST SIMILAR word in the English Questions were given here. Candidates those who are preparing for SSC and all competitive exams can use this tips.  

·         In order to use a language accurately and effectively one should have a very good vocabulary.
·         The more number of words you know the better will be your ability to communicate.
·         The best way to improve your vocabulary is to practice extensive reading and listening.
·         Consult a dictionary and note the pronunciation, meaning and usage of the word or phrase help us to increase the language skill.
·         The only way you can add new words to your active vocabulary is by using them in your own sentences while speaking and writing.
·         Whenever you look up a new word in the dictionary, uses that word along with the sentence while you speaking and writing.
·         By using that new vocabulary, while speaking helps you to remember that word, even though you learn plenty of words.
·         When you consult a dictionary to check a word, you should go beyond the pronunciation and meaning of the word.
·         And another easy way is that, for example, when you learn that an ophthalmologist is an eye specialist, you should make an effort to find the words for a heart specialist, a bone specialist, a skin specialist, a child specialist, a cancer specialist and so on.

Examples with Explanation:
Find the MOST SIMILAR Word:

1.) Abate:
Meaning: become less strong; decrease
Example Sentence: The people in the coastal areas prayed for the cyclone to abate.
a.    Lessen
b.    Conclude
c.    Arrange
d.    Loosen

2.) Abjure:
Meaning: state publicly that you will give up a particular belief or way of life
Example Sentence: The President called upon the two groups to abjure violence.
a.    Celebrate
b.    Falsify
c.    Concede
d.    Renounce

3.) Ablutions:
Meaning: the things you do to make yourself clean, such as washing yourself, brushing your teeth.
Example Sentence: After the morning ablutions, he went for a walk.
a.    Worship
b.    Washing
c.    Arrangement
d.    Penance

4.) Acquiesce:
Meaning: willingly agree to do what someone wants
Example Sentence: Many people thought the police were acquiescing in the crime.
a.    Limit
b.    Fumble
c.    Agree
d.    Destroy

5.) Affront:
Meaning: a remark or action that offends or insults someone
Example Sentence: The boss considered the watchman’s behavior an affront to him.
a.    Loyalty
b.    Humility
c.    Offence
d.    Annoyance

6.) Allegiance:
Meaning: loyalty to a leader, country, belief, etc.
Example Sentence: Every Indian pledges allegiance to the tricolor.
a.    Helplessness
b.    Hostility
c.    Loyally
d.    Delay

7.) Ambience:
Meaning: the way a place makes you feel
Example Sentence: The food is good, but the ambience is poor.
a.    Sound
b.    Surroundings
c.    Temperature
d.    Music

8.) Ambivalent:
Meaning: not sure whether you want or like something
Example Sentence: My brother’s thoughts about going abroad were ambivalent.
a.    Long-winding
b.    Unsure
c.    Initial
d.    Quick

9.) Animosity:
Meaning: strong dislike or hatred
Example Sentence: There was no personal animosity between the rival leaders.
a.    Brutality
b.    Veracity
c.    Paucity
d.    Hostility

10.) Antipathy:
Meaning: strong dislike or opposition towards someone of something
Example Sentence: I have a strong antipathy towards communalism.
a.    Dislike
b.    Approval
c.    Similarity
d.    Notoriety