KNAT Practice Test Question

KNAT Practice Test Question from KNAT Tutor Lesson: Synonyms, Antonyms, and Analogies

Please see the question below. Scroll down for the correct answer and video explanation.

KNAT Practice Test Answer Explanation

The correct answer sounds like this:

A synonym is a word that has the same meaning or close to the same meaning as another word. For example, if you look up the words irritated and annoyed in a dictionary, you will discover that they both mean “showing or feeling slight anger.” Similarly, if you were to look up blissful and joyful, you will see that they both mean “extremely happy.” The dictionary definition of a word is called its denotation. This is a word’s literal or direct meaning.

When you understand that there are multiple words that have the same denotation, it will broaden your vocabulary. It is also important to know that words with similar meanings have nuances, or subtle differences.

[Source: KNAT Tutor Lesson: Synonyms, Antonyms, and Analogies]

For More KNAT Study Resources:

Free KNAT Practice Test

Free KNAT Facebook Study Group

What’s On The Science Section of the KNAT?

What’s on the Reading Section of the KNAT?

What’s on the Math Section of the KNAT?


Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on linkedin
On Key

Related Posts

Scroll to Top