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

401. Happening from time to
time
Occasional
402. Duty levied on goods
brought into a town
Octroi
403. A fi gure with eight sides
and angles
Octagon
404. A person in his eighties Octogenarian
405. An eight-footed animal Octopede
406. Kind to a fault Offi cious
407. Government by a small
group of persons
Oligarchy
408. Having all power Omnipotent
409. Present everywhere Omnipresent
410. Knowing everything Omniscient
411. One who eats everything Omnivorous
412. Through which light cannot
pass
Opaque
413. Of the eyes Optical
414. One who makes or sells
glasses, etc. for the eyes
Optician
415. One who looks upon the
bright side of things
Optimist
416. One who is expert in
making speeches
Orator

417. A trial or test which is as
hard as passing through
fi re
Ordeal
418. A child whose parents have
died
Orphan
419. A house for orphans Orphanage
420. Believing in old accepted
ideas
Orthodox
421. To banish or shut out a
person from society
Ostracize
422. Borders or outlying parts of
a town or city
Outskirts
423. A warm and enthusiastic
welcome
Ovation
424. To examine something
inside out
Overhaul
425. To hear something without
the knowledge of the
speaker
Overhear
P
426. One who loves peace and
hates war
Pacifi st
427. One who tells the future
by reading the palm of a
person
Palmist
428. A remedy for all diseases or
troubles
Panacea
429. Sudden fear which spreads
like wild fi re
Panic
430. Something like an umbrella
used for jumping from an
aircraft
Parachute
431. A statement which seems
false but is really true
Paradox
432. One who lives or depends
on others
Parasite
433. An umbrella used by ladies
as a shade from the sun
Parasol
434. Murder of one’s father Patricide
435. Property inherited from
forefathers
Patrimony
436. One who gives help or
support
Patron
437. One who is extremely poor
and helpless
Pauper
438. One who walks on foot Pedestrian
439. Without money Penniless

440. One who looks on the dark
side of things
Pessimist
441. Systematic study of a
language or languages
Philology
442. One who loves and helps
mankind
Philanthropist
443. Interest in collecting
stamps
Philately
444. One interested in collecting
stamps
Philatelist
445. The art of judging character
from the face as the face is
the index of mind
Physiognomy
446. Natural constitution of a
person
Physique
447. One who journeys to a holy
place
Pilgrim
448. A person who loves his
country and serves it
devotedly
Patriot
449. A writer who takes and
used the words and ideas of
another
Plagiarist
450. A wife having many
husbands at a time
Polyandry
451. A husband having many
wives at a time
Polygamy
452. Dealing with many arts or
trades
Polytechnic
453. Loved and liked by the
people
Popular
454. A city full of people Populous
455. Which can be carried about
easily
Portable
456. Coming generations Posterity
457. A child born after the death
of its father
Posthumous
458. Medical examination after
death
Post-mortem
459. That can be put into
practice
Practicable
460. An incident which serves
as an example in future
Precedent
461. A person having the mind
developed at an early age
Precocious
462. One who has been before
another in any offi ce or
position
Predecessor

463. A sign or feeling of what is
going to happen
Premonition
464. Belonging to the earliest
times
Primitive
465. A right enjoyed only by a
few
Privilege
466. Forbidding by law the
making or sale of wine
prohibition
467. One inspired by God to
warn and teach mankind
Prophet
468. A woman who sells her body Prostitute
469. A fi ctitious name used by
an author
Pseudonym
470. The science of the mind Psychology
471. A pile of wood for burning
the dead
Pyre
Q
472. A doctor who has no
knowledge of medicine
Quack
473. A fi gure with four sides and
angles
Quadrangle
474. A four-footed animal Quadruped
475. Four babies born together
at the same time to the
same mother
Quadruped
476. Place from where we get
stone or slate
Quarry
477. Once after every three
months
Quarterly
478. A line of people waiting for
their turn
Queue
479. A cow that has not yet had
a calf
Quay
480. Five babies born together at
the same time to the same
mother
Quintuplets
481. A general knowledge test Quiz
482. The numbers required at a
meeting to start business
Quorum
R
483. Able to reason and think Rational
484. To talk like a mad man Rave
485. A formula to prepare some
dish or medicine
Recipe
486. Given and received in
return
Reciprocal

487. Offi cial delay because of
formality
Red tape
488. The murder of a king Regicide
489. To make or become young
again
Rejuvenate
490. A token of memory
preserved after the death of
a saint
Relic
491. Recalling of past
experiences
Reminiscence
492. Payment for work Remuneration
493. A place appointed for
meeting
Rendezvous
494. Which can be repaired Reparable
495. Sending or bringing back
somebody to his own
country
Repatriation
496. An animal that creeps or
crawls
Reptile
497. A place where water is kept
and stored
Reservoir
498. Tit for tat Retaliation
499. Speaking very little Reticent
500. With reference to the past Retrospective

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