language arts

STRANGE:GROTESQUE::
a. sporadic:constant
b. naughty:malevolent
c. blue:azure
d. prudent:careful

I know the answer isn't "a" but I cant pick between b, c, and d because they all have a synonym relationship just like the analogy in caps.

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  1. Grotesque is an extreme of strange. Most strange things aren't grotesque.

    Be sure you understand the meanings of all of the words.

    Can you make a decision now?

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