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Directions: Choose the best alternative which expresses the SAME meaning as the given word.
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Exhort(Noun)= Strongly urge someone to do something. It is similar to the word 'Coax'
Synonym: Spur, Admonish, Coax
Antonym: Deter, Dissuade, Discourage
Sample sentence: Management exhorted the workers for achieving target so that delivery can be made on time.
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Infamy(Noun)= A forecast of the likely outcome of a situation. It is similar to the word 'notoriety'
Synonym: Opprobrium, Odium, Notoriety
Antonym: Virtue, Dignity, Repute
Sample sentence: He never escaped the infamy his crimes had earned him.
Intrepid(Noun)= Fearless; adventurous (often used for rhetorical or humorous effect). It is similar to the word 'fearless'
Synonym: spunky, Audacious, Fearless
Antonym: Timorous, Milquetoast, Capricious
Sample sentence: An intrepid fellow saved the child from accident.
Barren(Noun)= Showing no results or achievements; unproductive. It is similar to the word 'Unproductive'
Synonym: Impotent, Infecund, Unproductive
Antonym: Fecund, Fertile, Productive
Relieved(Noun)= No longer feeling distressed or anxious; reassured. It is similar to the word 'Exempted'
Synonym: Appease, Alleviated, Exempted
Antonym: Distraught, perturbed, Addled
Sample sentence: he was relieved by her change of tone.
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