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Q 1 · English
One word substitution for- 
One indifferent to art and literature is :
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Q 2 · English
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Open to injury or Criticism :
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Q 3 · English
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Government by a small group of all powerful persons :
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A narrow piece of land connecting two large masses of land :
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One who collects coins as hobby : 
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Q 6 · English
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Extreme old age when a man behaves like a fool
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That which cannot be corrected
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Q 8 · English
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The study of ancient societies
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A person of good understanding knowledge and reasoning power
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Q 10 · English
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A person who insists on something
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Q 11 · English
Idioms and Phrases:
the candle at both ends
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Q 12 · English
Idioms and Phrases: 
shelve
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Q 13 · English
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blows his own trumpet
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Q 14 · English
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out and out 
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Q 15 · English
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through his hat.
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Q 16 · English
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held over
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Q 17 · English
Idioms and Phrases: 
plough a lonely furrow
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Q 18 · English
Idioms and Phrases: 
put a spoke in my wheel.
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Q 19 · English
Idioms and Phrases: 
strike gold
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Q 20 · English
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very different about
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Q 21 · English
Antonym of - EXODUS
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Q 22 · English
Antonym of - RELINQUISH
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Q 23 · English
Antonym of - EXPAND
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Q 24 · English
Antonym of - MORTAL
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Antonym of - FRAUDULENT
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Q 26 · English
Antonym of - FLAGITIOUS
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Q 27 · English
Antonym of - BELITTLE
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Q 28 · English
Antonym of - STARTLED
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Q 29 · English
Antonym of - EVASIVE
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Q 30 · English
Antonym of - GREGARIOUS
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Q 31 · English
Antonym of - ARROGANT
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Q 32 · English
Antonym of - VANITY
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Antonym of - INDISCREET
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Antonym of - INDISCREET
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Q 35 · English
Antonym of - ABLE
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Q 36 · Geography
Atmospheric humidity is measured by ________ 
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Q 37 · Geography
The intensity of insolation depends on
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Q 38 · English
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Fate smiles ...... those who untiringly grapple with stark realities of life.
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Q 39 · English
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I saw a ...... of cows in the field.
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Q 40 · English
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The grapes are now ...... enough to be picked.
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Q 41 · English
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Success in this examination depends ...... hard work alone.
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Q 42 · English
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My uncle decided to take ...... and my sister to the market.
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Q 43 · English
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If you smuggle goods into the country, they may be ...... by the customs authority.
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Q 44 · English
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Man does not live by ...... alone.
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Q 45 · English
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Piyush behaves strangely at times and, therefore, nobody gets ...... with him.
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Q 46 · English
Then
P : it struck me
Q : of course
R : suitable it was
S : how eminently
The Proper sequence should be:
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Q 47 · English
I read an advertisement that said
P : posh, air-conditioned
Q : gentleman of taste
R : are available for
S : fully furnished rooms
The Proper sequence should be:
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Q 48 · English
Since the beginning of history
P : have managed to catch
Q : the Eskimos and Red Indians
R : by a very difficult method
S : a few specimens of this aquatic animal
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Q 49 · English
A French woman
P : committed suicide
Q : where she had put up
R : who had come to Calcutta
S : by jumping from the first floor balcony of the hotel
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Q 50 · English
The grocer
P : did not listen to the protests of customer
Q : who was in the habit of weighing less
R : whom he had cheated
S : with great audacity
The Proper sequence should be:
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