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OBJECTIVE SCIENCE QUIZ FOR ALL COMPETITION SERISE 44 BPSC 67th COMPLETE TEST 1

301. (A step or decision) from
where there is no going back
Irrevocable
302. That is easily annoyed Irritable
J
303. One who writes for
newspapers
Journalist
304. One who is wise Judicious
305. A station where railway
lines meet or diverge
Junction
306. Concerning a court of
justice
Judicial
307. A technical language or
vocabulary used by a
particular group of people
Jargon
308. One who rides a horse in a
horse race
Jockey
K
309. The equipment of a soldier,
sailor or traveller
Kit
310. A young cat Kitten
311. A canvas or leather bag
tied to the back and used
by soldiers or travellers for
carrying things
Knapsack or
ruck-sack

312. Medicine which loosens the
bowels
Laxative
313. A common man without
professional knowledge
Layman
314. A book in which accounts
are kept
Ledger
315. Anything that a person gets
after the death of another
Legacy
316. Connected with law Legal
317. A law-making body Legislature
318. A person who compiles a
dictionary
Lexicographer
319. A person who leads an
immoral life with women
Libertine
320. A person skilled in
languages
Linguist
321. Word for word translation Literal
322. Fighting cases in a court
of law
Litigation
323. Ability to read and write Literacy
324. One who is able to read and
write
Literate
325. Way in which one earns
money
Livelihood
326. A place where books are kept Library
327. A place where scientifi c
experiments are made
Laboratory
328. A place where clothes are
washed and ironed
Laundry
329. A railway engine Locomotive
330. Handwriting which can be
read
Legible
331. A liquid that is neither hot
nor cold
Lukewarm
332. Song for sending a baby to
sleep
Lullaby
333. Of the moon Lunar
334. A mid-day meal Lunch
335. Rich and sweet in taste and
smell
Luscious

336. A speech made for the fi rst
time
Maiden speech
337. Animals that feed their
young ones with milk from
the breast
Mammals

338. The god of wealth and
greed
Mammon
339. Order from a superior given
with authority
Mandate
340. Care of the hands and
fi ngernails
Manicure
341. A declaration of principles
and policies by a party
Manifesto
342. (Labour) done with the
hands
Manual
343. A long distance race Marathon
344. Belonging to the sea Marine
345. Something written by hand Manuscript
346. A person who is strict about
discipline
Martinet
347. A person who lays down
his life for a great cause
Martyr
348. Cruel killing of a large
number of defenceless
people
Massacre
349. A show held in the
afternoon
Matinee
350. A woman as head of a
family or tribe
Matriarch
351. Killing of one’s own
mother
Matricide
352. Which has no match or
equal
Matchless
353. Neither very good nor very
bad
Mediocre
354. Soft and sweet in taste Mellow
355. Fit to be remembered Memorable
356. Pertaining to servants Menial
357. Pertaining to trade and
merchants
Mercantile
358. Working only for money Mercenary
359. Goods bought and sold for
gain
Merchandise
360. Deserving praise, honour or
reward
Meritorious
361. An sea creature having the
body of a woman and the
tail of a fi sh
Mermaid
362. An important city of a
country
Metropolis
363. An instrument which makes
small things look bigger
Microscope

364. (Birds) which come and go
with seasons
Migratory
365. A person who has lakhs of
rupees
Millionaire
366. A small copy or model of
anything
Miniature
367. To reduce the importance
of something
Minimize
368. Place where coins are made Mint
369. An act or event which
causes wonder
Miracle
370. The illusion of sand
seeming water in a desert
Mirage
371. One who hates mankind Misanthrope
372. Wrong use of a name or
word
Misnomer
373. A hater of women Misogynist
374. Of the present or recent
times
Modern
375. Marriage with one person
at a time
Monogamy
376. The sole right to supply
something
Monopoly
377. Dull because of repetition Monotonous
378. A building or statue which
keeps alive the memory of
a person
Monument
379. A place where dead bodies
are kept
Mortuary
380. A preserved dead body Mummy
381. A place where curious
things of art, science and
history are kept
Museum
382. Open rebellion of soldiers
against lawful authority
Mutiny
383. An imaginary story or
belief
Myth
N
384. A person with the same
name as another
Namesake
385. A piece of cloth used
at meals for protecting
clothing and wiping the lips
Napkin
386. A drug that causes sleep Narcotic
387. Not fi t to be considered Negligible
388. To settle by discussion Negotiate

389. Giving special favours to
one’s relatives
Nepotism
390. Helping neither side in a
war or quarrel
Neutral
391. A name given to a person
to tease him
Nickname
392. Belief in nothing Nihilism
393. Happening or done at night Nocturnal
394. Widely known for
something bad
Notorious
395. One who believes in
nakedness
Nudist
396. One who is new in
something
Novice
397. A person or thing that
causes trouble
Nuisance
398. Having high food value Nutritious
O
399. A printed notice about
somebody’s death
Obituary
400. No longer in use or fashion Obsolete

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