Daily English Practice Test

Q.  Choose one word which can meaningfully replace the underlined words in both the sentences without changing the meaning of original sentences.

I. As a fearless defender, he always inspired confidence in his goalkeeper.
II. The party shall win if you support my candidature.


a. prop
b. back
c. crutch
d. endorse


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