According to Wikipedia:
In organic chemistry, the aromatic alcohols or aryl-alcohols are a class of chemical compounds containing a hydroxyl group (—OH) bonded directly to an aromatic hydrocarbon group, in contrast to the benzyl alcohol, where the hydroxyl group is bonded indirectly to an aromatic carbon atom.
But, I didn't understood the part: aromatic alcohols or aryl-alcohols (as aromatic alcohols are not always aryl alcohols).
Further, we know that aryl halides are compounds in which halogen group (-X) is directly attached to an aromatic ring. In the same way, aryl alcohols also mean that those compounds in which hydroxyl group (-OH) is directly attached to an aromatic ring.
Hence, according to my understanding, the answer should be (ii), but the answer given is (iii).
Where I am wrong? And, what is an aromatic alcohol?