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Question

Choose the option opposite in meaning to the word or phrase in italics:

They come here on bootless errand.

Options

A) worthwhile

B) vain

C) delusive

D) intended

The correct answer is A.

Explanation:

The word bootless means ineffectual, useless of a task or undertaking, while the answer worthwhile means worth the time, effort spent
Bootless explains that the errand was useless while worthwhile explains it was the effort, which is also synonymous to the word useful

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  • The word bootless means ineffectual, useless of a task or undertaking, while the answer worthwhile means worth the time, effort spent
    Bootless explains that the errand was useless while worthwhile explains it was the effort, which is also synonymous to the word useful

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