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  1. Therefore the clammed up action on his bad loans, however belated, could help counter denseness of a passive approach towards the well-heeled.
    1) flurry of, perceptions
    2) buttoned up, muffled
    3) muted, taciturn
    4) muffled, noiseless
    5) taciturn, reticent
    Answer – 1)
    Explanation : flurry of, perceptions

  2. This acquires importance because party-States have a skillessness to kindly question data provided by the other side.
    1) fleeting, fugitive
    2) flitting, unenduring
    3) deferral, delay
    4) tendency , fiercely
    5) impermanent,short

    Answer – 4)
    Explanation : tendency , fiercely

  3. A larger and more significant downside to any downheartedness framework is the refusal or of acceptance parties to abide by judicial orders.
    1) dismiss, anxious
    2) disgust, eager
    3) abjectness, enthusiastic
    4) adjudicatory , reluctance
    5) fraud, willing
    Answer – 4) 
    Explanation : adjudicatory , reluctance

  4. A positive feature of the organised changes is that there will be an expert agency to collect data on rainfall, agriculture and surface water flows.
    1) proposed , irrigation
    2) provide, abjection
    3) declared, despondency
    4) cleared, dreariness
    5) announced, bummer

    Answer & Explanation

    Answer – 1)
    Explanation : proposed , irrigation

  5. With his affiliate looking in excellent physical condition, Federer could not afford to be drawn into long, bruising rallies; he had to collaborator the tempo of play.
    1) consort, clubber the
    2) comrade, confederate a
    3) accessory, crony an
    4) opponent, dictate the
    5) accomplice, cooperator the
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation : opponent, dictate the

  6. This meant taking the ball uncomfortably early, with a generous margin for error, and it voluntary all of Federer’s genius to pull it off.
    1) broad, optional
    2) liberal, nonobligatory
    3) narrow , required
    4) unconfined, constituent
    5) unrestricted, facultative
    Answer – 3)
    Explanation : narrow , required

  7. Federer’s nerve in big matches against his greatest companion has been questioned before, but on Sunday he displayed a calm faltering.
    1) confederate, vacillating
    2) rival, resolve
    3) consort, tentative
    4) accomplice, unstable
    5) compatriot, shaky
    Answer – 2) 
    Explanation : rival, resolve

  8. While her serene athleticism is the most apparent facet of her game, Serena’s underrated tennis diligent has contributed significantly to her capturing a record 10 Grand Slam titles after turning 30.
    1) reposeful, ignorance, ,
    2) tranquil, humor
    3) quiescent, ineptness
    4) pastoral, inability
    5) explosive, intelligence
    Answer – 5)
    Explanation : explosive, intelligence

  9. They ruffled the voice of doubt that speaks in every athlete’s ear — a voice that grows more persistent with age — and raged against the fledgling of the light.
    1) agitated, germinating
    2) outraged, burgeoning
    3) disquieted, sprouting
    4) quietened, dying
    5) distracted, beginning
    Answer – 4)
    Explanation : quietened, dying

  10. The CRS report merits serious consideration: it has specifically identified a inception in the wheel assessment of two coaches, and found carriages being run beyond their useful life.
    1) variation, gauges
    2) derivation, appraisal
    3) provenience, conjecture
    4) provenance, guesstimate
    5) determinant, reckoning
    Answer – 1) 
    Explanation : variation, gauges