One Word Substitutes Mcqs

Q.  A pioneer of a reform movement:

a. Apostle
b. Apothecary
c. Apotheosis
d. Renegade


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MCQs:  What the term Short Story stands for:
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MCQs:  To”Jazz Up” means to___________?
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MCQs:  There were no opposition to the new policy by the ‘rank and file’ of the Government.
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MCQs:  Meaning of the idiom ‘Swan song”?
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MCQs:  “Clique” means____________?
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MCQs:  “Prosaic” means__________?
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MCQs:  What is the meaning of Banton?
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MCQs:  He is busy with his work ______________?
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MCQs:  “All Hours” means___________?
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MCQs:  Idiom “A slap on the wrist” means?
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MCQs:  Idiom “To cut long story short” means?
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MCQs:  “De novo” means___________?
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MCQs:  “Inter alia” means___________?
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MCQs:  “En-route” means_________?
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MCQs:  Idiom ” To make amend for” means___________?
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MCQs:  “Brain Drain” means__________?
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MCQs:  The idiom “To burry the hatchet” mean?
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MCQs:  Complete the idiom “Hell hath no fury like a___________?
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MCQs:  Foreign phrase ” De Jure” means?
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MCQs:  Idiom “Tie the knot” means?
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