1000 Most Important One Word Substitution


1000 Most Important One Word Substitution

1000 Most Important One Word Substitution
1000 Most Important One Word Substitution

                                            SENTENCE                                                                          MEANING

  1. A Person who has no money to pay off his debts —-Insolvent
  2. Words uttered impiously about God———- Blasphemy
  3. Quibble ————Prevaricate
  4. One who compiles a dictionary ——Lexicographer
  5. A test in which cells from diseased organs are removed and tested —-Biopsy
  6. A post with little work but higher salary ———Sinecure
  7. Something that cause death ——-Fatal (lethal)
  8. A person who writes decoratively ——-Calligrapher
  9. Pertaining to Cattle ————-Bovine
  10. To look at someone in an angry or threatening way —-Glower
  11. An inscription on a Tomb ————-Epitaph
  12. Feeling inside you which tells you what is right and what is wrong —–Conscience
  13. Release of a prisoner from jail on certain terms and conditions ————-Parole
  14. Loss of memory —————Amnesia
  15. To struggle Helplessly ——Flounder
  16. Code of diplomatic Etiquette and precedence —-Protocol
  17. To renounce a high position of authority or control —-Abdicate
  18. Not to be moved by entreaty —–Despotic (Absolute independence)
  19. An object or portion serving as a sample ——Specimen
  20. The practice of submitting a proposal to popular vote —–Referendum
  21. The animal of a particular Region ——Fauna
  22. An emolument over and above fixed income or salary ——Honorarium
  23. An unexpected piece of good fortune —–Windfall
  24. Clues available at a scene ——–Circumstantial
  25. One who hides away on a ship to obtain a free passage ——Stowaway
  26. An underhand device resorted to in order to justify misconduct —–Manoeuvre (Stratagem, skilled plan)
  27. Impossible to describe —–Ineffable
  28. One who criticise popular belief which he think is mistaken or unwise —–Iconoclast (breaks of images)
  29. Detaining and confining someone —–Internment
  30. Science of the races of Man Kind ——Ethnology
  31. An involuntary action under a stimulus is described as —-Reflex
  32. A continuous process of change is known as —–Flux
  33. Use of many words where only a few are necessary —-Circumlocution
  34. Circular Building or hall with a dome —–-Rotunda
  35. One who is citizen not of a country but of the world —--Cosmopolitan
  36. To run away with a lover ————-Elope
  37. Science of Heredity ———–Genetics
  38. Arrangement in order of occurrence —–Chronological
  39. Occurring at night——— Nocturnal (done in night)
  40. Determine the nature of the disease —–Diagnose
  41. Person who insist or adherence to formal rules or literacy meaning /one who makes a vain display of his learning —–Pedant
  42. Calmness and indifference to suffering ——Stoicism
  43. The practice of having more than one husband —–Polyandry
  44. Seeing something which is not actually present —–Hallucination
  45. With a much liveliness and a sense of purpose —–Jauntily (Zealously)
  46. Instrument to measure atmospheric pressure —--Barometer
  47. One who tends to take a hopeful view of life —–Optimist
  48. Belonging to all parts of the world ———–universal
  49. To be known for bad acts ————–Notorious
  50. Words of similar meaning ——-Synonyms
  51. One who never takes alcoholic drinks ——Teetotaller
  52. A tank where fish or water plants are kept ——-Aquarium
  53. One who is given to pleasures of the flesh ——–Epicurean
  54. Inability to sleep ———-Insomnia
  55. One who believes in giving equal opportunities to women in all fields —–Feminist
  56. To have a very high opinion of oneself ———Conceited, vanity, fanciful
  57. Place of Burial ———-Cemetery
  58. Person who is always hopeful and looks upon the brighter side of things —-Optimist
  59. An occasion of great importance ——--Momentous
  60. Govt. By a ruler who has unlimited power —–Autocracy
  61. A sly look that is lustful ——Leer, to glance obliquely
  62. A jocular person who is full of amusing anecdotes/ one who is fond of jokes —–Wag
  63. Deep in Thought ——-Pensive, Thoughtful, Meditative
  64. Without risk of punishment Impunity
  65. Excessive preoccupation with one’s health —–Hypochondria
  66. A person who loves mankind ——-Philanthropist
  67. To confirm with the help of evidence ——Corroborate
  68. The action of looking within or into one’s own mind/ to examine one’s own thought —--Introspection
  69. One who has narrow and prejudice religious view ——Fanatic
  70. Capable of being interpreted in two ways ————Ambiguous
  71. Able to use the left hand and right hand equally well —–Ambidextrous
  72. One who hates women ————-Misogynist
  73. A System of naming things ——Nomenclature
  74. A raised passageway in a building ——Walkway
  75. A cure for all disease ——Panacea
  76. A person who is physically dependent on a substance —–Addict
  77. A child born after the death of its father is called ——A posthumous child
  78. A movement of part of the body to express an idea or feeling—– Gesture
  79. A legal agreement by which a person borrows money from a bank usually to buy a house—–Mortgage
  80. Failing to discharge one’s duty ——–Dereliction (neglect of duty)
  81. A person who breaks into a house in order to steal ——Burglar (house-breaker, a thief)
  82. A study of map ——-Cartography
  83. Tough tissues in joints ——Ligaments
  84. The first model of new device —–Prototype
  85. A building where an audience sits —-Auditorium
  86. One who compiles dictionary —–Lexicographer
  87. Which can be easily believed —–Credible
  88. Women trained to help other women in child birth —–Midwife
  89. A person with full discretionary power to act on behalf of a country —-Plenipotentiary
  90. The science of judging a person’s character, capabilities etc. From an examination of the shape of his skull ——–Phrenology
  91. A women whose husband is dead ———-Widow
  92. To take One to task —–Rebuke, to reprove, to reprimand, to censure
  93. One who uses fear as a weapon of power ————Terrorist
  94. A small piece of wood ——--Chip
  95. Mania for setting fires —–Pyromania
  96. A place where birds are kept ——-Aviary
  97. A method which never fails ———-Unflinching
  98. Something which cannot be believed ——–-Incredible
  99. Body of human being or animal embalmed for burial —-Mummy
  100. Of very bad moral: characterized be debasement or degeneration —-Depraved
  101. One who knows many languages —–Linguist
  102. One who does not follow the usual rules of social life —Bohemian
  103. Placing a thing Beside another —-Impose
  104. To throw or drop unnecessary goods or fuel from ship, aircraft, spacecraft etc. —-Jettison
  105. Wild and noisy disorder ——-Pandemonium
  106. Printed notice of somebody’s death ——Obituary
  107. A room leading into a large room or hall —--Anteroom
  108. Just punishment for wrong doing —–-Nemesis
  109. A person who has just started learning —--Apprentice
  110. A low area storm with high winds rotating about a centre of low atmosphere pressure —-Cyclone
  111. One who collects coin —– Numismatist
  112. A system of govt. In which only one party is allowed to function —-Totalitarianism
  113. Customs and habits of a particular group ——Mores
  114. A body of persons appointed to hear evidence and give their verdict in trials —-Jury
  115. Indifferences to pleasure or pain —–Stoicism
  116. Belief that war and violence are Unjustified ———Pacifism
  117. A group of girls ——–Bevy
  118. Causing or ending in death ——-Fatal
  119. A short poem or speech addressed to the spectators at the beginning of the drama —-Prologue
  120. One who loves book ——–Bibliophile
  121. One who deserts his principles or duty —–Renegade /turncoat
  122. One who intervenes between two or more parties to settle differences–Intermediary, arbiter, mediator
  123. The habit of always admiring oneself / refer to a person who has excessive interest in oneself—- Narcissism
  124. To take back, withdraw,or renounce —-Recant
  125. A pen for small animal —–Hutch
  126. Two words different in spelling and meaning but pronounced alike —–Homonyms
  127. A person who can appreciate art, music etc. पारकी} —–Connoisseur{कदरदान)
  128. A servile self seeker who attempts to win favour by flattering influential people —-Sycophant
  129. An abnormal fear of high places —--Acrophobia
  130. That belief that nothing can be known about God —-Agnosticism
  131. A person with a long experience of any occupation —–Veteran
  132. Words written on a tomb ————Epitaph
  133. Stealthily done ———Surreptitious
  134. Something no longer in use —–Obsolete
  135. One not concerned with right or wrong ——Amoral
  136. A short stay at a place ———–Sojourn
  137. A raised place on which offering to a god are made ——-Altar
  138. To talk much without coming to the point ————-Circumlocution
  139. That which can be easily broken ———–-Brittle
  140. A place where a wild animal lives ————-Lair
  141. Succession of rulers belonging to one family ——–Dynasty
  142. To cut something into two pieces ————Sever
  143. Flat material or porcelain plate fixed on a wall as an ornament or memorial —-Plaque
  144. Act of deceiving somebody in order to make money ———–Fraud
  145. A short poem or speech addressed to the spectators after the conclusion of a drama —Epilogue
  146. One who goes to settle in another country —–Emigrant
  147. One who hates man-kind —-Misanthrope
  148. Belonging to all parts of the world —–Cosmopolitan
  149. One who walks on ropes ——Acrobat
  150. The study of the origin and history of words —–Etymology
  151. A government in which all types of religion are honoured —-Secular
  152. A place where govt. / public records are kept ——Archive
  153. Living together of a man and a woman without being married to each other —-Concubine
  154. Too much official formalities ———Red tapism
  155. Dry weather without rainfall ——Drought
  156. That which lasts for a short time —–Transitory
  157. Ready to believe anything ——–Credulous
  158. A four footed animal ——-Quadruped
  159. A person who believes in the total abolition of the war —-Pacifist /Pacifism
  160. Constant efforts to achieve something—– Perseverance
  161. The worship of idols or images ———-Idolatry
  162. Something that is poisonous or unhealthy —–Toxic
  163. A remedy for all disease —— Panacea
  164. A hater of mankind ——Misanthrope
  165. Irresistible caving for alcoholic drinks —-Dipsomania
  166. To be biased against ———-Prejudiced
  167. Bitter and violent attack in words ——–Diatribe
  168. Treatment by means of exercise and massage —–Physiotherapy
  169. The abandonment of one’s country or cause —-Desertion
  170. Beliefs that god is in everything and that everything is god —--Pantheism
  171. A picture of a person or a thing drawn in such a way as to cause laughter —-Caricature
  172. The state of being miserable bereft of all possessions —-Destitute
  173. That which cannot be called back —–Irrevocable
  174. One who journey from place to place ——--itinerant
  175. Fear of water ———-hydrophobia
  176. Easily duped or fooled ——-gullible
  177. Animals that can live on land and in water ———--Amphibians
  178. Handwriting that cannot be read ———--illegible
  179. To feel or express disapproval of something or someone —-deprecate
  180. To agree to something—- assent
  181. A person who withdraws from the world to live in seclusion and often in solitude —-Recluse/ Ascetic
  182. Occurring at irregular intervals in time —Sporadic [scattered here and there]
  183. To keep a great person or event in people memory —-commemorate
  184. A short story about some real person or event —-Anecdote
  185. Women who offers the use of her body for sexual intercourse to any one who will pay for this —prostitute
  186. Life history of a person written by another —Biography
  187. Customs of having many wives —– Polygamy
  188. Person do not believe in any religion —–Pagan
  189. A man of lax moral ——licentious
  190. A small enclosure for cattle, sheep ,poultry —-Pen
  191. To cause troops etc. To spread out in readiness for battle —-deploy
  192. One who forcibly seizes control of a bus or an aircraft —-Hijacker
  193. The act of killing one’s wife —-Uxoricide
  194. Music sung or played at night below a person’s window —Serenade
  195. A govt. By the nobles ——aristocracy
  196. Anything written in a letter after it is signed —Post script
  197. Strong and settled dislike between two person —-Antipathy
  198. An entertainer who performs difficult physical action —-Acrobat
  199. A small house with all rooms on one floor —–bungalow
  200. A song embodying religious and sacred emotions —-Hymns

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