1 .

Direction ( Q . 1 - 10) : In the following passage there are blanks, each of which has been numbered. These numbers are printed below the passage and against each, four words are suggested, one of which fits the blank appropriately. Find out the appropriate word in each ease.
I will remember my visit to London over a wintry, rainy fortnight in December. The city still (1) a Dickensian feel, a sense of urban gloom and despair which winter (2). Mornings start in a (3) of fog and icy (4) and evenings descend by four. The traffic jams in central London put the ones in Delhi or Mumbai to (5). The tube. London's (6) underground train network, is overcrowded; the homeless (7) to share a collective (8). But if you look beyond the (9) Dickensian imagery,  you find a (10) which only the greatest cities in the worldpossess.

(1).  1) retains 2)exudes 3) experiences 4) asserts

A.  retains
B.  exudes
C.  experiences
D.  asserts
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2 .

I will remember my visit to London over a wintry, rainy fortnight in December. The city still (1) a Dickensian feel, a sense of urban gloom and despair which winter (2). Mornings start in a (3) of fog and icy (4) and evenings descend by four. The traffic jams in central London put the ones in Delhi or Mumbai to (5). The tube. London's (6) underground train network, is overcrowded; the homeless (7) to share a collective (8). But if you look beyond the (9) Dickensian imagery,  you find a (10) which only the greatest cities in the worldpossess.

(3).  1) moderates 2) imbues 3) hardens 4) exacerbates

A.  moderates
B.  imbues
C.  hardens
D.  exacerbates
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3 .

I will remember my visit to London over a wintry, rainy fortnight in December. The city still (1) a Dickensian feel, a sense of urban gloom and despair which winter (2). Mornings start in a (3) of fog and icy (4) and evenings descend by four. The traffic jams in central London put the ones in Delhi or Mumbai to (5). The tube. London's (6) underground train network, is overcrowded; the homeless (7) to share a collective (8). But if you look beyond the (9) Dickensian imagery,  you find a (10) which only the greatest cities in the worldpossess.

(3).  1) blend 2) contrast 3) miasma 4) solution

A.  blend
B.  contrast
C.  miasma
D.  solution
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4 .

I will remember my visit to London over a wintry, rainy fortnight in December. The city still (1) a Dickensian feel, a sense of urban gloom and despair which winter (2). Mornings start in a (3) of fog and icy (4) and evenings descend by four. The traffic jams in central London put the ones in Delhi or Mumbai to (5). The tube. London's (6) underground train network, is overcrowded; the homeless (7) to share a collective (8). But if you look beyond the (9) Dickensian imagery,  you find a (10) which only the greatest cities in the worldpossess.

(4).  1) skating 2) drizzle 3) skiing 4) frost

A.  skating
B.  drizzle
C.  skiing
D.  frost
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5 .

I will remember my visit to London over a wintry, rainy fortnight in December. The city still (1) a Dickensian feel, a sense of urban gloom and despair which winter (2). Mornings start in a (3) of fog and icy (4) and evenings descend by four. The traffic jams in central London put the ones in Delhi or Mumbai to (5). The tube. London's (6) underground train network, is overcrowded; the homeless (7) to share a collective (8). But if you look beyond the (9) Dickensian imagery,  you find a (10) which only the greatest cities in the worldpossess.

(5).  1) standstill 2) humiliation 3) jeopardy 4) shame

A.  standstill
B.  humiliation
C.  jeopardy
D.  shame
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6 .

I will remember my visit to London over a wintry, rainy fortnight in December. The city still (1) a Dickensian feel, a sense of urban gloom and despair which winter (2). Mornings start in a (3) of fog and icy (4) and evenings descend by four. The traffic jams in central London put the ones in Delhi or Mumbai to (5). The tube. London's (6) underground train network, is overcrowded; the homeless (7) to share a collective (8). But if you look beyond the (9) Dickensian imagery,  you find a (10) which only the greatest cities in the worldpossess.

(6).  1) omnipresent 2) ubiquitous 3) cable 4) commuting

A.  omnipresent
B.  ubiquitous
C.  cable
D.  commuting
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7 .

I will remember my visit to London over a wintry, rainy fortnight in December. The city still (1) a Dickensian feel, a sense of urban gloom and despair which winter (2). Mornings start in a (3) of fog and icy (4) and evenings descend by four. The traffic jams in central London put the ones in Delhi or Mumbai to (5). The tube. London's (6) underground train network, is overcrowded; the homeless (7) to share a collective (8). But if you look beyond the (9) Dickensian imagery,  you find a (10) which only the greatest cities in the worldpossess.

(7).  1) huddle 2) shelter 3)race 4)squeeze

A.  huddle
B.  shelter
C.  race
D.  squeeze
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8 .

I will remember my visit to London over a wintry, rainy fortnight in December. The city still (1) a Dickensian feel, a sense of urban gloom and despair which winter (2). Mornings start in a (3) of fog and icy (4) and evenings descend by four. The traffic jams in central London put the ones in Delhi or Mumbai to (5). The tube. London's (6) underground train network, is overcrowded; the homeless (7) to share a collective (8). But if you look beyond the (9) Dickensian imagery,  you find a (10) which only the greatest cities in the worldpossess.

(8).  1) apathy 2) euphoria 3)joy 4) angst

A.  apathy
B.  euphoria
C.  joy
D.  angst
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9 .

I will remember my visit to London over a wintry, rainy fortnight in December. The city still (1) a Dickensian feel, a sense of urban gloom and despair which winter (2). Mornings start in a (3) of fog and icy (4) and evenings descend by four. The traffic jams in central London put the ones in Delhi or Mumbai to (5). The tube. London's (6) underground train network, is overcrowded; the homeless (7) to share a collective (8). But if you look beyond the (9) Dickensian imagery,  you find a (10) which only the greatest cities in the worldpossess.

(9).  1) overbearing 2) overweening 3) overarching 4) subtle

A.  overbearing
B.  overweening
C.  overarching
D.  subtle
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10 .

I will remember my visit to London over a wintry, rainy fortnight in December. The city still (1) a Dickensian feel, a sense of urban gloom and despair which winter (2). Mornings start in a (3) of fog and icy (4) and evenings descend by four. The traffic jams in central London put the ones in Delhi or Mumbai to (5). The tube. London's (6) underground train network, is overcrowded; the homeless (7) to share a collective (8). But if you look beyond the (9) Dickensian imagery,  you find a (10) which only the greatest cities in the worldpossess.

(10).  1) lassitude 2) sentimentality 3) piety 4) vitality

A.  lassitude
B.  sentimentality
C.  piety
D.  vitality
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