Ministry of Defence BS-17 2012 Past Paper Page - 9

81) She does not get her work done punctually and properly because she is always dawdling.
(A) confused
(B) playing
(C) loitering
(D) chit-chatting

82) the little coy bride was admired by everyone.
(A) beautiful
(B) shy
(C) talented
(D) sweet

83) The small boy was able to give a graphic description of the thief.
(A) vague
(B) broad
(C) vivid
(D) drawing
(E) picture

84) He was dismissed from service because they found him dishonest.
(A) prevented
(B) retrieved
(C) fired
(D) stepped

85) The story is too fantastic to be credible.
(A) praiseworthy
(B) readable
(C) believable
(D) false

86) TRUMPERY:
(A) Treasure
(B) Wastage
(C) Defeat
(D) Vague

87) ACQUITTED:
(A) Entrusted
(B) Convicted
(C) Burdened
(D) Freed

88) VULGAR:
(A) Refined
(B) Cheerful
(C) Jolly
(D) Relevant

89) THRIFT:
(A) Purchase
(B) Destroy
(C) Waste
(D) Invest

90) LACONIC:
(A) Prolific
(B) Profligate
(C) Prolix
(D) Bucolic

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