Thursday, July 17, 2014

Important One Word Substitution for SSC CGL Exam

1. One who is out to subvert a government  - Anarchist

2. One who is recovering from illness  -  Convalescent

3. One who is all powerful   - Omnipotent

4. One who is present everywhere  -  Omnipresent

5. One who knows everything  -  Omniscient

6. One who is easily deceived  -  Gullible

7. One who does not make mistakes  -  Infallible

8. One who can do anything for money  - Mercenary

9. One who has no money  -  Pauper

10. One who changes sides  -  Turncoat

11. One who works for free  -  Volunteer

12. One who loves books  -  Bibliophile

13. One who can speak two languages  -  Bilingual

14. One who loves mankind  -  Philanthropist

15. One who hates mankind  -  Misanthrope

16. One who looks on the bright side of things   - Optimist

17. One who looks on the dark side of things  -  Pessimist

18. One who doubts the existence of god  -  Agnostic

19. One who pretends to be what he is not  -  Hypocrite

20. One incapable of being tired  - Indefatigable

21. One who helps others Good  -  Samaritan

22. One who copies from other writers  - Plagiarist

23. One who hates women  -  Misogynist

24. One who knows many languages  - Polyglot

25. One who is fond of sensuous pleasures -   Epicure

26. One who thinks only of himself  -  Egoist

27. One who thinks only of welfare of women  - Feminist.

28. One who is indifferent to pleasure or pain  -  Stoic

29. One who is quite like a woman  - Effeminate

30. One who has strange habits -  Eccentric

31. One who speaks less -  Reticent

32. One who goes on foot - Pedestrian

33. One who believes in fate -  Fatalist

34. One who dies without a Will  -  Intestate

35. One who always thinks himself to be ill  -  Valetudinarian

36. A Government by the people  -  Democracy

37. A Government by a king or queen  -  Monarchy

38. A Government by the officials -  Bureaucracy

39. A Government by the rich - Plutocracy

40. A Government by the few  -  Oligarchy

41. A Government by the Nobles  -  Aristocracy

42. A Government by one  -  Autocracy

43. Rule by the mob  -   Mobocracy

44. That through which light can pass -  Transparent

45. That through which light cannot pass  -  Opaque

46. That through which light can partly pass  -  Translucent

47. A sentence whose meaning is unclear  - Ambiguous

48. A place where orphans live  -  Orphanage

49. That which cannot be described  - Indescribable

50. That which cannot be imitated  -  Inimitable

51. That which cannot be avoided  -  Inevitable

52. A position for which no salary is paid   - Honorary

53. That which cannot be defended  -  Indefensible

54. Practice of having several wives  -  Polygamy

55. Practice of having several husbands -  Polyandry

56. Practice of having one wife or husband  -  Monogamy

57. Practice of having two wives or husbands  -  Bigamy

58. That which is not likely to happen  -  Improbable

59. People living at the same time  -  Contemporaries

60. A book published after the death of its author  -  Posthumous

61. A book written by an unknown author  -  Anonymous

62. A life history written by oneself  -  Autobiography

63. A life history written by somebody else  -  Biography

64. People who work together  -   Colleagues

65. One who eats too much  -   Glutton

66. That which cannot be satisfied  -  Insatiable

67. One who questions everything  -    Cynic

68. A flesh eating animal  -   Carnivorous

69. A grass eating animal  -    Herbivorous

70. One who lives in a foreign  country  -   Immigrant

71. To transfer one's authority to another   -  Delegate

72. One who is a newcomer  -   Neophyte

73. That which is lawful  -  Legal

74. That which is against law  -  Illegal

75. One who is unmarried  -  Celibate

76. A game in which no one wins  -   Draw

77. A study of man  -  Anthropology

78. A study of races -   Ethnology

79. A study of the body  -  Physiology

80. A study of animals   -  Zoology

81. A study of birds  -   Ornithology

82. A study of ancient things   -  Archaeology

83. A study of derivation of words  -   Etymology

84. Murder of a human being  -   Homicide

85. Murder of a father  -  Patricide

86. Murder of a mother   -  Matricide

87. Murder of an brother -  Fratricide

88. Murder of an infant  -   Infanticide

89. Murder of self   -  Suicide

90. Murder of the king  -  Regicide

91. To free somebody from all blame  -  Exonerate

92. To write under a different name -  Pseudonym

93. A thing no longer in use  -   Obsolete

94. A handwriting that cannot be read  -  Illegible

95. Words written on the tomb of a person  -  Epitaph

96. One who is greedy for money -   Avaricious

97. Something that cannot be imitated  -  Inimitable

98. One who doesn't know how to read and write  -  Illiterate

99. A person's peculiar habit -  Idiosyncrasy ( व्यक्तिगत )

100. An animal who preys on other animals  -   Predator (परभक्षी )

101. Violating the sanctity of a church  -  Sacrilege (पवित्र वस्तुओं का अनादर )

102. One who can throw his voice -  Ventriloquist ( तरह तरह की आवाज़ें निकाल सकनेवाला )

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