SYNONYMS (C)

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Directions: Choose the correct synonyms of given words

“C”

  1. Cachet:

(a) Prestige

(b) Hiding place

(c) Booklet

(d) Cover up

 

  1. Cacophony:

(a) Applause

(b) Dance

(c) Discordant

(d) Type of telephone

 

  1. Cadge:

(a) Trick

(b) Path

(c) Disclose

(d) Beg

 

  1. Caesarean:

(a) Surgical operation

(b) Volume

(c) Crafty

(d) Outstanding

 

  1. Calamity:

(a) Separate

(b) Problem

(c) Disaster

(d) injury

 

  1. Calamity:

(a) Unlucky

(b) Problem

(c) Trouble

(d) Tragedy

 

  1. Caldron:

(a) Whirlpool

(b) Beauty

(c) Large kettle

(d) Monument

 

  1. Calligraphy:

(a) Blood pressure

(b) Handwriting

(c) Computers

(d) Brain waves

 

  1. Callow:

(a) Superficial

(b) inexperienced

(c) Hard

(d) Deadly

 

  1. Cameo:

(a) Vignette

(b) Wit

(c) Present

(d) Fallacy

 

  1. Candid:

(a) Enmity

(b) Frank, open

(c) Partial

(d) Exquisite

 

  1. Cannonade:

(a) A state of unconsciousness

(b) Continuous gun fire

(c) Make laws

(d) Backfire

 

  1. Caparison:

(a) Contradict

(b)cLeap

(c) A covering

(d) Strengthen

 

  1. Carapace:

(a) Bony covering

(b) Show room

(c) Presence

(d) Space object

 

  1. Cardigan:

(a) Open front sweater

(b) Fisherman’s lure

(c) Type of hat

(d) Raring skirt

 

  1. Cardinal:

(a) Obvious

(b) Unique

(c) Principal

(d) Egregious

 

  1. Caress:

(a) Adore

(b) Kiss

(c) Hate

(d) Fondle

 

  1. Cargo:

(a) Merchant ship

(b) Goods

(c) Aeroplane

(d) Boat

 

  1. Carnivore:

(a) That is dangerous

(b) That is wild

(c) That feeds on flesh

(d) That is not mature

 

  1. Carrion:

(a) Corpse

(b) Ugly

(c) A song-bird

(d) Nimble footed

 

  1. Castellated:

(a) Stripped of everything

(b)Punished

(c) Like a castle

(d) Permanently changed

 

  1. Casuistry:

(a) Showy display

(b) Subtlety

(c) Offhand manner

(d) Brilliance

 

  1. Cataract:

(a) Ravine

(b) Underground

(c) Source

(d) Waterfall

 

  1. Catastrophe:

(a) Fortune

(b) Hospital for cats

(c) A trophy won

(d) Calamity

 

  1. Catatonic:

(a) Music

(b) Wisdom

(c) Inert

(d) Annoyed

 

  1. Catechism:

(a) Series of questions

(b) Rules of cult

(c) Abuses

(d) Religious faith

 

  1. Categorical:

(a) Eloquent

(b) Bureaucratic

(C) Distinct and dear

(d) High-minded

 

  1. Cater:

(a) Try to please

(b) Degrade

(c) To improve

(d) Lure on

 

  1. Catharsis:

(a) Intensified

(b) Exhaustion

(c) Emotional release

(d) Exhibition of courage

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