Sentence Completion
Verbal Ability

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She was a/an ________ liar who had mastered the art of making untrue statements in a manner that sounded _________.


congenial, creditable


incorrigible, plausible


convincing, illogical


blatant, incongruous.

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Option(B) is correct

A habitual liar is incorrigible i.e. cannot be rectified.
Plausible means convincing
Congenial = friendly
Creditable = praiseworthy
Blatant = open
Incongruous = disharmonious

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