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Welcome to Online English Section with explanation in Affairs Here we are creating question sample in sentence fillers, which is BASED ON SBI PO/IBPS PO/CLERK/LIC AAO/RRB & SSC CGL EXAM and other competitive exams !!!

  1. On his return to Ayodhya after a___________, Prince Rama is possessed with questions on the purpose of life, and the meaning of ___________.
    1) muddled, accessory
    2) apprenticed, accordance
    3) bitter, accomplice
    4) pilgrimage, existence
    5) adventure, acquiescence
    Answer : 4)
    pilgrimage – a pilgrim’s journey.
    Existence – the fact or state of living or having objective reality.

  2. Rama speaks about the ___________ of life, ___________ of desires, limitations of life and the world.
    1) amble, agreement
    2) junket, compliance
    3) destructive, auxiliary
    4) raunchy, assistant
    5) repetitiveness, insatiability
    Answer : 5)
    repetitiveness – Something that is repetitive involves doing the same thing over and over again. If you get bored running on a treadmill daily, you might try something lessrepetitive, like playing soccer outdoors. Anything you do repeatedly, especially when it’s boring, can be described using the adjective repetitive.
    Insatiability – (of an appetite or desire) impossible to satisfy.

  3. It is not enough to ask questions and seek answers ___________; we have to turn these questions into a ___________.
    1) rumpled, conformability
    2) intellectually, quest
    3) airing, affiliate
    4) constitutional, buddy
    5) benighted, deference
    Answer : 2)
    intellectually – relating to the intellect.
    Quest – a long or arduous search for something.

  4. The most sublime portion is Nirvana Prakarana – Transcendence, wherein stories narrate the ___________ of time, space; practical method of contemplation; real renunciation; chittashuddhi, purity of mind, and the seven stages a seeker passes through on his pilgrimage towards ___________.
    1) resinous , conformity
    2) circuit, docility
    3) transcendence, enlightenment
    4) canter, entertainment
    5) slapdash, duteousness
    Answer : 3)
    transcendence – existence or experience beyond the normal or physical level.
    Enlightenment – the action of enlightening or the state of being enlightened.

  5. Yoga Vasishtha is a user’s ___________ for utilising the great body-mind complex we are endowed with by the ___________ for identifying and merging with It.
    1) blemish, dutifulness
    2) dense, meekness
    3) course, quietness
    4) manual, Existence
    5) slipshod,
    Answer : 4)
    manual – relating to or done with the hands.
    Existence – the fact or state of living or having objective reality.

  6. A new ___________ has found its place besides the near-ubiquitous invertor and water ___________ in a large number of upper and middle class homes in India in the last few years: the air purifier.
    1) cruise, sloppy
    2) excursion, slovenly
    3) illiterate, manageability
    4) defect, respect
    5) contraption, purifier
    Answer : 5)
    contraption – a machine or device that appears strange or unnecessarily complicated, and often badly made or unsafe.
    Purifier – a device that removes contaminating particles (such as dust, pollen, and dander) from the air.

  7. The majority population of course cannot afford these luxuries and continues to suffer with ___________ power outages, undrinkable water, overcrowded hospitals, and in recent years, ___________ air.
    1) imbecilic, servility
    2) chronic, poisonous
    3) peregrination, observance
    4) promenade, orderliness
    5) deficiency, reverence
    Answer : 2)
    chronic – (of an illness) persisting for a long time or constantly recurring.
    Poisonous – (of a substance or plant) causing or capable of causing death or illness if taken into the body.

  8. There are many reasons for the Indian state’s inability and gross ___________ to provide public goods, but the principal among them is that this failure leads to zero political ___________.
    1) roundabout, submission
    2) frolic, subservience
    3) incompetence, consequences
    4) insensible, tameness
    5) inexperienced, tractability
    Answer : 3)
    incompetence – inability to do something successfully; ineptitude.
    Consequences – a result or effect, typically one that is unwelcome or unpleasant.

  9. Consider the knee-jerk reactions and announcements in response to the annual and ___________ air pollution crisis in Delhi and northern Indian states; which are carefully ___________ to control the public outrage before it runs its course and dies down on its own.
    1) deformity, beginning
    2) innocent, cause
    3) gallop, commencement
    4) predictable, calibrated
    5) demerit, carelessness
    Answer : 4)
    predictable – able to be predicted.
    Calibrated – mark (a gauge or instrument) with a standard scale of readings.

  10. In the earlier decades majority of votes were cast solely on caste or ___________ lines; now the formula to win votes includes promises of freebies, and exercise of ___________ power.
    1) mindless, inception
    2) communal, discretionary
    3) ramble, confound
    4) saunter, dement
    5) disfigurement, disarray
    Answer : 2)
    communal – shared by all members of a community; for common use.
    Discretionary – available for use at the discretion of the user.