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Direction (Q. 1 - 10): The following passage has gaps denoted by numbers 1 to 10. You have to choose an appropriate word/phrase out of the options given to fill in the blanks. That word/phrase will be your answer.
And of what kind are the men that will (1) for this profitable (2), through all the bustle of (3), the heat of contention, the infinite mutual abuse (4) parties, tearing to pieces the best of characters? It will not be the wise and (5), the lovers of peace and good order, the men fittest for the trust. It will be the bold and the violent, the men of strong (6) and (7) activity in their selfish pursuits. These will thrust themselves into your government and be your ruler. And these too will be mistaken in the expected happiness of their situation, for their (8) competitors, of the same spirit, and from the same motives, will perpetually be (9) to distress their administration, (10) their measures, and render them odious to the people.

(1). 1) try 2) bet 3) bargain 4) strive

A.    try B.    bet
C.    bargain D.    strive
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And of what kind are the men that will (1) for this profitable (2), through all the bustle of (3), the heat of contention, the infinite mutual abuse (4) parties, tearing to pieces the best of characters? It will not be the wise and (5), the lovers of peace and good order, the men fittest for the trust. It will be the bold and the violent, the men of strong (6) and (7) activity in their selfish pursuits. These will thrust themselves into your government and be your ruler. And these too will be mistaken in the expected happiness of their situation, for their (8) competitors, of the same spirit, and from the same motives, will perpetually be (9) to distress their administration, (10) their measures, and render them odious to the people.

(2)1) profession 2) occupation 3) business 4) position

A.    profession B.    occupation
C.    business D.    position
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And of what kind are the men that will (1) for this profitable (2), through all the bustle of (3), the heat of contention, the infinite mutual abuse (4) parties, tearing to pieces the best of characters? It will not be the wise and (5), the lovers of peace and good order, the men fittest for the trust. It will be the bold and the violent, the men of strong (6) and (7) activity in their selfish pursuits. These will thrust themselves into your government and be your ruler. And these too will be mistaken in the expected happiness of their situation, for their (8) competitors, of the same spirit, and from the same motives, will perpetually be (9) to distress their administration, (10) their measures, and render them odious to the people.

(3)1) intellect 2) sublime 3) pleasure 4) cabal

A.    intellect B.    sublime
C.    pleasure D.    cabal
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And of what kind are the men that will (1) for this profitable (2), through all the bustle of (3), the heat of contention, the infinite mutual abuse (4) parties, tearing to pieces the best of characters? It will not be the wise and (5), the lovers of peace and good order, the men fittest for the trust. It will be the bold and the violent, the men of strong (6) and (7) activity in their selfish pursuits. These will thrust themselves into your government and be your ruler. And these too will be mistaken in the expected happiness of their situation, for their (8) competitors, of the same spirit, and from the same motives, will perpetually be (9) to distress their administration, (10) their measures, and render them odious to the people.

(4). 1) for 2) of 3) between 4) against

A.    for B.    of
C.    between D.    against
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And of what kind are the men that will (1) for this profitable (2), through all the bustle of (3), the heat of contention, the infinite mutual abuse (4) parties, tearing to pieces the best of characters? It will not be the wise and (5), the lovers of peace and good order, the men fittest for the trust. It will be the bold and the violent, the men of strong (6) and (7) activity in their selfish pursuits. These will thrust themselves into your government and be your ruler. And these too will be mistaken in the expected happiness of their situation, for their (8) competitors, of the same spirit, and from the same motives, will perpetually be (9) to distress their administration, (10) their measures, and render them odious to the people.

(5)1) moderate 2) harsh 3) stern 4) lenient

A.    moderate B.    harsh
C.    stern D.    lenient
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And of what kind are the men that will (1) for this profitable (2), through all the bustle of (3), the heat of contention, the infinite mutual abuse (4) parties, tearing to pieces the best of characters? It will not be the wise and (5), the lovers of peace and good order, the men fittest for the trust. It will be the bold and the violent, the men of strong (6) and (7) activity in their selfish pursuits. These will thrust themselves into your government and be your ruler. And these too will be mistaken in the expected happiness of their situation, for their (8) competitors, of the same spirit, and from the same motives, will perpetually be (9) to distress their administration, (10) their measures, and render them odious to the people.

(6)1) desire 2) passions 3) notions 4) with

A.    desire B.    passions
C.    notions D.    with
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And of what kind are the men that will (1) for this profitable (2), through all the bustle of (3), the heat of contention, the infinite mutual abuse (4) parties, tearing to pieces the best of characters? It will not be the wise and (5), the lovers of peace and good order, the men fittest for the trust. It will be the bold and the violent, the men of strong (6) and (7) activity in their selfish pursuits. These will thrust themselves into your government and be your ruler. And these too will be mistaken in the expected happiness of their situation, for their (8) competitors, of the same spirit, and from the same motives, will perpetually be (9) to distress their administration, (10) their measures, and render them odious to the people.

(7). 1) defeatable 2) timorous 3) cowardly 4) indefatigable

A.    defeatable B.    timorous
C.    cowardly D.    indefatigable
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And of what kind are the men that will (1) for this profitable (2), through all the bustle of (3), the heat of contention, the infinite mutual abuse (4) parties, tearing to pieces the best of characters? It will not be the wise and (5), the lovers of peace and good order, the men fittest for the trust. It will be the bold and the violent, the men of strong (6) and (7) activity in their selfish pursuits. These will thrust themselves into your government and be your ruler. And these too will be mistaken in the expected happiness of their situation, for their (8) competitors, of the same spirit, and from the same motives, will perpetually be (9) to distress their administration, (10) their measures, and render them odious to the people.

(8)1) victorious 2) brave 3) vanquished 4) defeating

A.    victorious B.    brave
C.    vanquished D.    defeating
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And of what kind are the men that will (1) for this profitable (2), through all the bustle of (3), the heat of contention, the infinite mutual abuse (4) parties, tearing to pieces the best of characters? It will not be the wise and (5), the lovers of peace and good order, the men fittest for the trust. It will be the bold and the violent, the men of strong (6) and (7) activity in their selfish pursuits. These will thrust themselves into your government and be your ruler. And these too will be mistaken in the expected happiness of their situation, for their (8) competitors, of the same spirit, and from the same motives, will perpetually be (9) to distress their administration, (10) their measures, and render them odious to the people.

(9)1) explaining 2) endeavouring 3) retreating 4) maintaining

A.    explaining B.    endeavouring
C.    retreating D.    maintaining
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And of what kind are the men that will (1) for this profitable (2), through all the bustle of (3), the heat of contention, the infinite mutual abuse (4) parties, tearing to pieces the best of characters? It will not be the wise and (5), the lovers of peace and good order, the men fittest for the trust. It will be the bold and the violent, the men of strong (6) and (7) activity in their selfish pursuits. These will thrust themselves into your government and be your ruler. And these too will be mistaken in the expected happiness of their situation, for their (8) competitors, of the same spirit, and from the same motives, will perpetually be (9) to distress their administration, (10) their measures, and render them odious to the people.

(10)1) encourage 2) promote 3) thwart 4) augment

A.    encourage B.    promote
C.    thwart D.    augment
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