Many Govt. Job Exam aspirants consider vocabulary improvement to be a task that is limited to learning the meaning of a word. Some aspirants go a step further and memorize the synonyms and antonyms of the words they have learnt. However, this isn’t enough as the exam has questions based on verbal usage, where one must know how to use words and frame meaningful sentences.
Keeping this in mind the experts from Vidya Guru, widely regarded as one of the Best SSC Coaching Institutes in Delhi NCR, consistently publish on Youtube Video Lectures that focus on both word meanings and verbal usage. In fact, Vocabulary Quizzes that supplement these lectures are also made available on this portal. The latest among these quizzes has been given below for your careful perusal.
Vocabulary Quiz: High Level
Question: 1. Winsome
Example: The young girl slowly opened her eyes and gave her father a winsome smile.
Question: 2. Otiose
Example: As Nancy hasn’t read the report, I think it will be otiose to ask her what she thinks of it.
Question: 3. Menagerie
Example: The brave hunter presented the tiger skin to the queen, who put it in her menagerie.
Question: 4. Desiderate
Example: There remains a wide gulf between what the voters desiderate and what they finally get.
Question: 5. Pococurante
Example: The hospital administration’s pococurante attitude towards post-operative care is the reason behind the increasing death rate in elderly patients.
Question: 6. Parvenu
Example: After winning the lottery, the young parvenu left his corporate job to pursue his interest in classical music.
Question: 7. Shenanigans
Example: The MD of the firm had to resign because her financial shenanigans were exposed by the media.
Question: 8. Quaint
Example: Concepts like welfare state have started sounding quaint in today’s capitalistic system.
Question: 9. Perfidious
Example: The valiant king lost the battle because he was betrayed by a perfidious ally.
Question: 10. Reify
Example: Dissections performed on dead bodies helped scientists reify the structure and function of our internal organs.
Question: 11. Vanward
Example: A man ought to be only partially ahead of his time because if one is completely to the vanward in aspirations, one loses sync with the society.
Question: 12. Picayune
Example: Compared to the misery faced by those living in war-torn areas, our own difficulties seem quite picayune.
Question: 13. Myrmidon
Example: Under the guidance of their spiritual leader, the myrmidons were ready to travel across the world and enlist more people in their cult.
Question: 14. Imbroglio
Example: Can this water sharing treaty end the imbroglio that has been the reason for discord among the southern states since independence?
Question: 15. Expiate
Example: Even a hardened criminal should be allowed to expiate his sins and become a reformed person.
Question: 16. Éclat
Example: I think we will be able to raise a significant amount of money if we conduct a fundraiser with éclat.
Question: 17. Fillip
Example: A win at the Asian level is going to provide a much-needed fillip to the morale of our hockey team.
Question: 18. Burnish
Example: He is a clever leader who will not refrain from taking advantage of any occasion in order to burnish his public image.
Question: 19. Descry
Example: When she raised her eyes, she descried a handsome man walking towards her.
Question: 20. Fulminate
Example: A recent editorial in one of the most prestigious news magazines of the country has fulminated against the proposed increase in income tax rates.
Question: 21. Hackneyed
Example: Almost all the reviewers have criticized the movie because of its hackneyed plot and poor cinematography.
Question: 22. Immure
Example: As the mental health of Jane’s brother deteriorated, his doctors decided to immure him in a lunatic asylum.
Question: 23. Pejorative
Example: None of our leaders likes being called a ‘demagogue’ because it has a pejorative connotation.
Question: 24. Demarche
Example: Israel’s foreign policy demarches have so far been unable to resolve the West Asia crisis.
Question: 25. Inculpate
Example: An unidentified person placed the revolver in Hector’s room in order to inculpate him.
Question: 26. Turpitude
Example: Severe punishment must be given to those guilty of committing crimes of moral turpitude.
Question: 27. Peculate
Example: Voters of the state did not support the mayor during re-election as they believed he had peculated the public money meant for social welfare.
Question: 28. Objurgate
Example: The old lady objurgated her eldest son for going against the wishes of his father
Question: 29. Recusant
Example: Political recusants across the country are looking for the right opportunity to corner the Government and score some brownie points with young voters.
Question: 30. Inure
Example: The hardships that he had to face as a cadet undergoing training in the army inured him to the rigors of guerilla warfare.
Having attempted this high level quiz based on vocabulary improvement, it is suggested that you go through the Online Video Classes that are available on our Youtube Channel. In fact, if you are appearing in CGL and CHSL exams this year, we advise you to enroll yourself in Vidya Guru SSC Online Coaching Classes or Pen Drive Courses. If possible, candidates must make an effort to attend our Classroom Courses for Bank PO Coaching in Delhi as it gives them the added advantage of interacting with our faculty face-to-face.
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