MBA Entrance Verbal Ability Test for MAT, MAH CET

Q.  In the following question, three words/ phrases are alike in some manner. Spot the odd one out.

a. Blessing in disguise
b. Best of both worlds
c. Devil’s advocate
d. Honesty is the best policy


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