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You have a stack of 23 cards. Each card has an image of a cross on one side and an image of a circle on the other side.
Horrendous: (adj.) causing fear or dread or terror
Synonyms: atrocious, terrible
Antonyms: pleasant, wonderful
Usage: His friends cheated him of everything and then discarded him in a most horrendous way.
Malodorous: (adj.) having an unpleasant smell
Synonyms: stinking, foul, decayed
Antonyms: aromatic, perfumed
Usage: There lie tons of malodorous garbage bags in that street.
Mellifluous: (adj.) pleasing to the ears
Synonyms: smooth, honeyed, melodious
Usage: I grew up around people who had wonderful, mellifluous voices.
Obtuse: (adj.) slow to understand
Synonyms: imperceptive, dumb
Antonyms: bright, intelligent
Usage: The obtuse remark left everyone perplexed!
Pauper: (noun) a person who is very poor
Synonyms: beggar, bankrupt
Antonyms: rich, wealth
Usage: He did die a pauper and is buried in an unmarked grave.
In how many ways can 6 letters be posted in 4 post boxes, if any number of letters can be posted in all of the three post boxes?
Presidents of India
1 Rajendra Prasad (1884–1963) 26 January 1950 12 May 1962 Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan 1952 election & 1957 election Prasad, from Bihar, was the first President of independent India. He was also a freedom fighter during the Indian independence movement. Prasad was the only president to serve two terms in office.
Prime Ministers of India
Dr. Manmohan Singh May 22, 2004 - till date INC