SSAT Elementary Level Verbal : Synonyms: Adjectives Describing Quantity, Variety, Regularity, and Size

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Example Question #1263 : Ssat Elementary Level Verbal

Select the answer choice that is closest in meaning to the word in capital letters.

VAST

Possible Answers:

Invisible

Slow

Large

Dangerous

Small

Correct answer:

Large

Explanation:

"Vast" means large; Small is the opposite; Dangerous means the potential to cause harm; Slow means moving at a low speed; and Invisible means not able to be seen.

Example Question #1264 : Ssat Elementary Level Verbal

Select the answer choice that is closest in meaning to the word in capital letters.

SOLE

Possible Answers:

Only

Body

Together

Many

Property

Correct answer:

Only

Explanation:

"Sole" means only, so "only" would be the best answer. "Many" is an antonym, or opposite, of "sole."

Example Question #1265 : Ssat Elementary Level Verbal

Select the answer choice that is closest in meaning to the word in capital letters.

SOLO

Possible Answers:

Grave 

Alone 

Crafty 

Intrepid 

Paired 

Correct answer:

Alone 

Explanation:

“Solo,” when used as an adjective, means alone or by yourself, so "alone" is the best answer choice. To provide further help, “crafty” means cunning, sneaky and clever; “paired” means matched up in groups of two or put together with something else; “grave” means serious and sad; and “intrepid” means adventurous.

Example Question #1266 : Ssat Elementary Level Verbal

Select the answer choice that is closest in meaning to the word in capital letters.

TREMENDOUS

Possible Answers:

Monumental

Unimposing

Common

Collaborative

Horrifying

Correct answer:

Monumental

Explanation:

Both "tremendous" and "monumental" mean exceedingly large in importance or size, so "monumental" is the correct answer.

Example Question #25 : Synonyms: Adjectives Describing Quantity, Variety, Regularity, And Size

Select the answer choice that is closest in meaning to the word in capital letters.

DISTINCT

Possible Answers:

Opaque 

Abolish 

Separate 

Confirm 

Raze

Correct answer:

Separate 

Explanation:

"Distinct" means separate, individual,or not together, so "separate" is the correct answer. None of the other answer choices are close in meaning to "distinct": "abolish" means get rid of a rule, law, or custom; "confirm" means agree that something is true or provide evidence that demonstrates that something is true; "raze" means destroy; and "opaque" means solid or unable to be seen through.

Example Question #26 : Synonyms: Adjectives Describing Quantity, Variety, Regularity, And Size

Select the answer choice that is closest in meaning to the word in capital letters.

VAST

Possible Answers:

Loose

Plump

Big

Skinny

Tight

Correct answer:

Big

Explanation:

“Vast” means very big and expansive. To provide further help, “skinny” means thin; “plump” means rounded and somewhat fat; “loose” means unsecured or baggy. “Loose” and “tight” are antonyms of one another because they mean opposite things. “Skinny” and “plump” are also antonyms of one another.

Example Question #27 : Synonyms: Adjectives Describing Quantity, Variety, Regularity, And Size

Select the answer choice that is closest in meaning to the word in capital letters.

NUMEROUS

Possible Answers:

Numbers

Few

Many

Some

Correct answer:

Many

Explanation:

"Numerous" means many. For example: There were numerous ants crawling over the sandwich. "Few" is an antonym to "numerous."

Example Question #28 : Synonyms: Adjectives Describing Quantity, Variety, Regularity, And Size

Select the answer choice that is closest in meaning to the word in capital letters.

FREQUENT

Possible Answers:

Irregular

Constant

Normal

Eternal

Regular

Correct answer:

Regular

Explanation:

The words "frequent" and "regular" are synonymous. They are used to refer to something that happens often. Although some of the other words also refer the rate at which something happens, they are not as closely related as the words "frequent" and "regular."

Example Question #231 : Synonyms: Adjectives And Adverbs

Select the answer choice that is closest in meaning to the word in capital letters.

MASSIVE

Possible Answers:

Plenty

Enough

Sufficient

Gigantic

Moderate

Correct answer:

Gigantic

Explanation:

"Massive" and "gigantic" both refer to something having a very large size. The other words describe quantities not sizes. 

Example Question #232 : Synonyms: Adjectives And Adverbs

Select the answer choice that is closest in meaning to the word in capital letters.

ENLARGED

Possible Answers:

Huge

Humongous

Gigantic

Bigger

Enormous

Correct answer:

Bigger

Explanation:

The words "enlarged" and "bigger" are closest in meaning; these synonyms refer to something that has been made larger. The words "humongous," "enormous," "gigantic," and "huge" are all synonymous with each other. They refer to something that is extremely big; these words do not necessarily refer to something that has been made bigger or that has been enlarged. 

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