Vocabulary Quiz-2

Vocabulary Quiz-2

1. Amenity (Noun)

Definition: A desirable or useful feature or facility of a building or place.

Synonyms: Facility, service, convenience, resource, utility

Usage: the property is situated in a convenient location, close to all local amenities.

 

2).   Fret (Verb)

Definition: be constantly or visibly anxious.

Synonyms: worry, be anxious, feel uneasy, be distressed

Usage: the workers fretted about being displaced by machines

 

3).   Notion (Noun)

Definition: a conception of or belief about something.

Synonyms: idea, belief, concept, conception, conviction, opinion,

Usage: children have different notions about the roles of their parents

 

4).   Absurd (Adj)

Definition: wildly unreasonable, illogical, or inappropriate.

Synonyms: preposterous, ridiculous, ludicrous, farcical, laughable

Usage: the allegations are patently absurd.

 

5).   Thickets (Noun)

Definition: a dense group of bushes or trees.

Synonyms: copse, dense growth, grove, brake, clump Usage: a horned owl perfectly camouflaged in a dense thicket.

 

6).   Reliant (Adj)

Definition: dependent on someone or something.

Synonyms: relying, relative, depending, controlled by

Usage: the company is heavily reliant on the baby market.


7).   Coalition (Noun)

Definition: a temporary alliance for combined action, especially of political parties forming a government.

Synonyms: alliance, union, partnership, affiliation

Usage: the general election saw no change in the ruling four-party coalition.

 

8).   Dire (Adj)

Definition: extremely serious or urgent.

Synonyms: Terrible, dreadful, frightful, awful, horrible

Usage: misuse of drugs can have dire consequences.

 

9).   Audited (Verb)

Definition: conduct an official financial inspection of (a company or its accounts).

Synonyms: Inspect, examine, survey, look over, go over

Usage: unlimited companies must also have their accounts audited.

 

10. Reckons (Verb)

Definition: be of the

Synonyms: believe, think, be of the opinion, be of the view

Usage: he reckons that the army should pull out entirely.

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