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In this post, you will see a total of 23 Solved MCQs of The Use of Force Short Story. However, Class 11 English Book 1 all Short Stories Notes are available at this link.
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Class 11 English Lesson 7 The Use of Force Synonyms Multiple Choice Questions
1. When I arrived I was met by the mother, a big startled looking woman.
2. He tried to get up but I motioned for him not to bother.
3. Her face was flushed and she was breathing rapidly.
4. “Aw, come on,” I coaxed. “Just open your mouth wide and let me take a look.”
5. With one catlike movement both her hands clawed instinctively for my eyes.
6. The parents almost turned themselves inside out in embarrassment and apology.
7. “If you don’t do what the doctor says you’ll have to go to the hospital,” the mother admonished her severely.
8. Then she shrieked terrifyingly, hysterically.
9. She fought, with clenched teeth.
10. Perhaps I should have desisted and come back in an hour or more.
11. I could have torn the child apart in my own fury and enjoyed it.
12. I forced the heavy silver spoon back of her teeth and down her throat till she gagged.
(C) felt defeated
(D) felt nauseated
13. She had fought valiantly to keep me from knowing her secret.
14. She and been hiding that sore throat for three days at least.
15. I could see that they were all very nervous, eyeing me up and down distrustfully.
16. The child was fairly eating me up with her cold steady eyes.
(A) frightening me
(B) inquiring of me
(C) staring at me
(D) making faces at me
17. “For heaven’s sake,” I broke in. “Don’t call me a nice man to her.”
18. As doctors often do, I took a trial shot at it as a point of departure.
(B) took a decision
(C) made a guess
(D) used force
19. At that I ground my teeth in disgust.
20. She reduced it to splinters before I could get it out again.
21. She was screaming in wild hysterical shrieks.
22. In the final unreasoning assault I overpowered the child’s neck.
23. The final unreasoning assault I overpowered the child’s neck.