Analogies Quizzes Post published:April 2, 2020 Post category:Reasoning Quizzes Post comments:0 Comments 0% 0 votes, 0 avg 6 See time here Reasoning Quizzes Analogies Quiz 3Total Questions: 20Time: 30 minutes 1 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsCareful is to cautious as boastful is to suspicious joyful arrogant humble Explanation:Careful and cautious are synonyms (they mean the same thing). Boastful and arrogant are also synonyms. The answer is not (choice b) because humble means the opposite of boastful. The answer is not choice c or d because neither means the same as boastful.2 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsEmbarrassed is to humiliated as frightened is to agitated reckless terrified courageous Explanation:If someone has been humiliated, they have been greatly embarrassed. If someone is terrified, they are extremely frightened. The answer is not choice b because an agitated person is not necessarily frightened. Choices c and d are incorrect because neither word expresses a state of being frightened.3 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsItch: ? :: Hunger: Eat Drink Sleep Run Scratch Explanation:Hunger makes you want to eat something, and itch makes you want to scratch.4 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsArtist is to painting as senator is to law constituents politician attorney Explanation:An artist makes paintings; a senator makes laws. The answer is not choice a because an attorney does not make laws and a senator is not an attorney. Choice c is incorrect because a senator is not a politician. Constituents (choice d) is also incorrect because a senator serves his or her constituents.5 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsSecretly is to openly as silently is to noisily quietly impolitely scarcely Explanation:Secretly is the opposite of openly, and silently is the opposite of noisily. Choices a and b are clearly not the opposites of silently. (Choice d) means the same thing as silently.6 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsDecember: ? :: May: Summer Autumn Spring Monsoon Winter Explanation:May is the month of the summer season. December is the month of the winter season.7 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsRace: Fatigue :: Fast: ? Juice Sleepy Excitement Hunger Explanation:Race causes fatigue and fast causes hunger.8 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsPride is to lion as shoal is to fish self-respect student teacher Explanation:A group of lions is called a pride. A group of fish swim in a shoal. Teacher (choice a) and student (choice b) refer to another meaning of the word school. The answer is not (choice c) because self-respect has no obvious relationship to this particular meaning of school.9 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsComputer: ? :: Human: Heart RAM ALU CPU Monitor Explanation:CPU is known as the heart of a computer. As the heart is related to humans, a CPU is related to a computer.10 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsWater: Pitcher :: ? : Vase Ice Fruits Flowers None of these Explanation:A pitcher is used to store water and a vase is used to display cut flowers.11 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsPacific: Ocean :: Greenland : ? Finland Forest Island River Explanation:The Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean in the world, and Greenland is the largest island in the world.12 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsGuide is to direct as reduce is to increase decrease maintain preserve Explanation:Guide and direct are synonyms, and reduce and decrease are synonyms. The answer is not choice b or d because neither means the same as reduce. (Choice c) is incorrect because increase is the opposite of reduce.13 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsFrugal: Parsimonious :: ? Pleasure: Ecstasy Love: Hate Poor: Misery Rich: Poor Explanation:Frugal and parsimonious are synonyms of each other as they both have the same meaning ‘being stingy’. Similarly, in the four pairs, only option D pair has the words with same meaning or synonyms of each other.14 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsPen is to poet as needle is to button thread tailer sewing Explanation:A pen is a tool used by a poet. A needle is a tool used by a tailor. The answer is not choice a, b, or c because none is a person and therefore cannot complete the analogy.15 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsZoology: Animals :: Adenology:? Winds Glands Plants Tides Explanation:Zoology is the study of animals. Adenology is the study of glands.16 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsPaw: Cat :: Hoof: ? horse elephant dog lamb Explanation:The foot of cat is known as paw, and the foot of a horse is known as a hoof.17 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsHypsiphobia: Height :: Hylophobia: ? Water None of these Animals Forests Explanation:Hypsiphobia is the fear of heights, and hylophobia is the fear of forests.18 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsCandid is to indirect as honest is to truthful frank wicked untruthful Explanation:Candid and indirect refer to opposing traits. Honest and untruthful refer to opposing traits. The answer is not choice a because frank means the same thing as candid.Wicked (choice b) is incorrect because even though it refers to a negative trait, it does not mean the opposite of honest. (Choice c) is incorrect because truthful and honest mean the same thing.19 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsExercise is to gym as eating is to food dieting restaurant fitness Explanation:A gym is a place where people exercise. A restaurant is a place where people eat. Food (choice a) is not the answer because it is something people eat, not a place or location where they eat. The answer is not choice b or c because neither represents a place where people eat.20 / 20 Category: Analogies QuestionsOar is to rowboat as foot is to running jumping sneaker skateboard Explanation:An oar puts a rowboat into motion. A foot puts a skateboard into motion. The answer is not choice a because running is not an object that is put into motion by a foot. Sneaker (choice b) is incorrect because it is something worn on a foot. Jumping (choice d) is incorrect because although you do need feet to jump, jumping is not an object that is put into motion by means of a foot NameEmail Your score isThe average score is 92% LinkedIn Facebook Twitter VKontakte 0% Restart quiz Exit Satisfied with our quiz?Leave us a review Send feedback Pages: 1 2 3 4 Share on: Share this content Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window Opens in a new window You Might Also Like Logical Sequence of words Quizzes April 3, 2020 Number Series Quizzes April 2, 2020 Letter Series Quizzes April 2, 2020Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to commentEnter your email address to commentEnter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.