Choose the word most nearly opposite in meaning to the underlined word of the sentence:

1.The President is the nominal head of the state.
 A. Actual
 B. Titular
 C. Assumptive
 D. Hereditary
 
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2.His conduct was always been licentious.
 A. Controlled
 B. Uncontrolled
 C. Illegal
 D. Legal
 
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3.We were served a rich jare in the dinner.
 A. Poor
 B. Plain
 C. Tasteless
 D. Unpleasant
 
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4.It was an arduous task.
 A. Difficult
 B. Problematic
 C. Effortless
 D. Fitting
 
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5.He is very sagacious for such a young person.
 A. Foolish
 B. Bitter
 C. Voracious
 D. Veracious
 
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6.He had a sharp attack of fever.
 A. Sudden
 B. Mild
 C. Intermittent
 D. Slow
 
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7.The boy wore a dismal look after having failed to clear the final examination.
 A. Despondent
 B. Solemn
 C. Beautiful
 D. Cheerful
 
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8.The high-handed ways of the manager made him an enemy of the people.
 A. Submissive and friendly
 B. Ignorant
 C. Angry
 D. Impatient
 
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