Verbal Analogies

Two related words are given + another word without its pair. Select the word that has the same relationship to the given word as the first pair.
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Example of a Verbal Analogies question.

The answer in the example above is "Flatterer". Slander and defame are synonym words referring to a false and defamatory statement or charge, sycophant and flatterer are synonym words used to describe someone who praises people.

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