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QOTD #1 In interviews, despots are often surprisingly

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In interviews, despots are often surprisingly ___________; this helps to explain how seemingly awful people are able to command so many followers.

  • malign
  • indignant
  • forgiving
  • personable
  • munificent

[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
D
[Reveal] Spoiler: OA

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In interviews, despots are often surprisingly ___________; this helps to explain how seemingly awful people are able to command so many followers.

  • malign
  • indignant
  • forgiving
  • personable
  • munificent

[Reveal] Spoiler: OA
D


"surprisingly" indicates a characteristic opposite to that of despot.

Now, there is a close fight between C , E & D. But, to command the followers one needs to have pleasant and congenial manner. So the blank has nothing to do with forgiving and munificent (= related to generous).

So, personable is the right answer.
Ans: D
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