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11th Class English Chapter 14 Overcoat Synonyms MCQs

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This post contains 1st Year English Short Story Overcoat Synonyms MCQs with Answers for FSC Part 1 Students. This is Lesson No.14 in 1st Year English Book 3. 11th Class students should also visit English Short Stories Notes for Book 1 Notes. However, 1st Year English Notes cover everything from 11th Class English Subject.

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1st Year English Lesson 14 Overcoat Synonyms MCQs

Here are 41 Synonyms Multiple Choice Questions from Short Story Overcoat taken from 11th Class English Book 1 Lesson 14.

A well-groomed young man having walked up Davis Road to the Mall turned to Charring Cross.

(A) quite rich
(B) well-judged
(C) well-informed
(D) well-dressed

(D) well-dressed

His hair was sleek and shining and he wore side burns.

(A) smooth
(B) dense
(C) black
(D) thin

(A) smooth

He held a short polished cane which every now and then he twirled jauntily.

(A) struck
(B) pushed
(C) rotated
(D) hit

(C) rotated

He held a short polished cane which every now and the he twirled jauntily.

(A) sadly
(B) joyfully
(C) abruptly
(D) impulsively

(B) joyfully

The sharp icy gusts of wind struck like steel, but the young man seemed to be immune to them.

(A) averse to
(B) fond of
(C) unaffected by
(D) tired of

(C) unaffected by

People emerged from their hide-outs to join in the gaiety of the streets.

(A) congestion
(B) procession
(C) meeting
(D)  merriment

(D)  merriment

So people converged on the Mall.

(A) dispersed
(B) dealt
(C) gathered
(D) walked

(C) gathered

The pavement was thronged with pedestrians.

(A) crowded
(B) blemished
(C) echoing
(D) thrashed

(A) crowded

The pavement was thronged with pedestrians.

(A) bicycles
(B) walkers
(C) riders
(D) shoppers

(B) walkers

A boy selling pan and cigarettes with a tray of his wares passed by.

(A) utensils
(B) boxes
(C) tools
(D) goods

(D) goods

“You have only to select, sir,” said the carpet dealer amiably.

(A) curtly
(B) rudely
(C) cordially
(D) friendly

(C) cordially

The cream-colour rose which adorned the lapel of his overcoat had slipped and was about to fall.

(A) decorated
(B) stuck
(C) stitched
(D) entangled

(A) decorated

He adjusted it with a peculiar smile of satisfaction.

(A) possible
(B) presentable
(C) pleasant
(D) typical

(D) typical

There were quite long stretches of empty pavement between one group and another.

(A) bricks
(B) blocks
(C) areas
(D) squares

(C) areas

The two nurses with their faces concealed behind masks, were attending the young man.

(A) made up
(B) flushed
(C) looked
(D) hidden

(D) hidden

The strong scented oil still gave out a faint odour.

(A) smell
(B) luminosity
(C) colour
(D) fairness

(A) smell

Where the flesh showed through the holes it was grimed with dirt.

(A) faded
(B) dipped
(C) soiled
(D) dripped

(C) soiled

The young man was lying on the road in a very precarious state.

(A) definite
(B) delightful
(C) uncertain
(D) safe

(C) uncertain

The young man looked to be togged up for Saturday night.

(A) dressed
(B) casual
(C) stirred up
(D) saddened

(A) dressed

The young man had been deeply engrossed in himself.

(A) happy
(B) absorbed
(C) angry
(D) disappointed

(B) absorbed

The young man was delighted to watch the spectacle.

(A) sight
(B) glasses
(C) scenery
(D) phantom

(A) sight

The young man had been roaming about.

(A) pondering
(B) wandering
(C) laundering
(D) wondering

(B) wandering

The young man resumed his promenade on the mall.

(A) deserted
(B) enjoyed
(C) discontinued
(D) restarted

(D) restarted

The youth was wearing black corduroy trousers.

(A) black
(B) silky
(C) rosy
(D) cotton fabric

(D) cotton fabric

A surgeon and two nurses were on duty in the casualty department.

(A) dental
(B) emergency
(C) inspection
(D) admission

(B) emergency

The young man while smoking seemed to relish every puff.

(A) drag
(B) enjoy
(C) inhale
(D) exhale

(B) enjoy

The young man resumed his promenade on the Mall.

(A) window shopping
(B) jostling
(C) brisk walk
(D) leisurely walk

(D) leisurely walk

The sharp icy gusts of wind struck like steel.

(A) gales
(B) whirl
(C) breaths
(D) points

(C) breaths

People emerged from their hide-outs to join in the gaiety of the streets.

(A) looked into
(B) returned from
(C) returned to
(D) came out of

(D) came out of

People emerged from their hide-outs to join in the gaiety of the streets.

(A) caves
(B) shelters
(C) subway accommodations
(D) secrecy

(B) shelters

People amused themselves among the variety of hotels, restaurants, cafes and snack bars, each according to his means.

(A) medium
(B) whim
(C) income
(D) liking

(C) income

He stroked it and it leapt up onto the bench.

(A) teased
(B) caught
(C) patted
(D) shivered

(C) patted

Some fruit vendors having sold their fruits were also standing around.

(A) eaters
(B) sellers
(C) lovers
(D) pickers

(B) sellers

He examined the instrument with the air of connoisseur.

(A) a musician
(B) a expert
(C) a singer
(D) a foreigner

(B) a expert

The young man tried to spin his cane around one finger.

(A) rotate
(B) put
(C) hold
(D) squeeze

(A) rotate

The girl wore a floppy shalwar of white satin and a green coat.

(A) gaudy
(B) loose
(C) tight fitting
(D) wrinkled

(B) loose

The young man was ambling along, enjoying his promenade in the bitter cold.

(A) staggering
(B) shuffling
(C) shambling
(D) strolling

(D) strolling

The young man wore his hat at a rakish angle.

(A) horizontal
(B) vertical
(C) stylish
(D) right

(C) stylish

Not only the profligate ranged abroad, but even those who were usually content to live with their loneliness, emerged from their hide-outs.

(A) serious
(B) wasteful
(C) careful
(D) pedestrians

(B) wasteful

He stroked the cat and it leapt up on the bench.

(A) jumped
(B) whirled
(C) dived
(D) twirled

(A) jumped

Other were walking briskly.

(A) slowly
(B) quickly
(C) lavishly
(D) frankly

(B) quickly

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