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    One Word Substitution

    One Word Substitution

    One Word Substitution

    ? The life history of a man written by himself. = Autobiography
    ? A person who believes that there is no God. = Atheist
    ? A medicine which counteracts the effects of poison. = Antidote
    ? A person who does something not professionally but for pleasure. = Amateur
    ? A person residing in a country of which he is not a citizen. = Alien
    ? That does not bear the name of the writer. = Anonymous
    ? Government by a ruler who has unlimited power. = Autocracy
    ? A diplomatic representative of one country in another. = Ambassador
    ? A traveller in space. = Astronaut
    ? An assembly of listeners. = Audience
    ? To give up the throne. = Abdicate
    ? A medicine which prevents infection by killing germs. = Antiseptic
    ? The science of vegetable life. = Botany
    ? The science which treats of life. = Biology
    ? Government by the officials = Bureaucracy
    ? The life history of a man written by someone else. = Biography
    ? One who has narrow and prejudiced religious views. = Bigot
    ? Festival of the hundredth anniversary. = Centenary
    ? The man who can eat human flesh. = Cannibal
    ? Place for burials other than a churchyard. = Cemetery
    ? Place for cremating of dead bodies. = Crematorium
    ? A person who is free from national prejudices. = Cosmopolitan
    ? People working together in the same office or department. = Colleague
    ? Belonging to the same time. = Contemporary
    ? Substance designed to make the skin or hair more beautiful. = Cosmetics
    ? That can be believed. = Credible
    ? The state of being unmarried. = Celibacy
    ? He is an artist that draws comic pictures. = Caricaturist
    ? A government of the people by the people and for the people. = Democracy
    ? A battle or a match in which neither party wins. = Drawn
    ? Want of rain. = Drought
    ? A disease that spreads over a large area. = Epidemic
    ? Articles sent from one country to another. = Export
    ? Which is fit to be eaten. = Edible
    ? A selfish person who always thinks of himself. = Egoist
    ? Fit to be chosen. = Eligible
    ? A person who leaves his own country and goes to live in another. = Emigrant
    ? A speech delivered without previous preparation. = Extempore
    ? Words inscribed on the graves. = Epitaph
    ? One who believes in fate. = Fatalist
    ? Which may cause death. = Fatal
    ? A man residing in a country of which he is not a citizen. = Foreigner
    ? A medicine that kills germs. = Germicide
    ? A person who eats too much. = Glutton
    ? An office for which no salary is paid. = Honorary
    ? Killing of a human being specially by another. = Homocide
    ? That which cannot be read. = Illegible
    ? A person who comes to one country from another in order to settle there. = Immigrant
    ? Which cannot be heard. = Inaudible
    ? Which is difficult to believe. = Incredible
    ? Which cannot be conquered. = Invincible
    ? One who can neither read nor write. = Illitrate
    ? Which cannot be imitated. = Inimitable
    ? Which cannot be corrected. = Incorrigible
    ? The killing of new born child. = Infanticide
    ? That which cannot be repaired. = Irreparable
    ? Which cannot be removed. = Indelible
    ? Person unable to pay debts. = Insolvent
    ? Which cannot be reached. = Inaccessible
    ? That which is contrary to law. = Illegal
    ? Capable of catching fire easily. = Inflammable
    ? One who lacks knowledge. = Ignorant
    ? One who knows many languages. = Linguist
    ? Room or building used for scientific experiments. = Laboratory
    ? Hand written matter. = Manuscript
    ? Person who is caused to suffer for a great cause. = Martyr
    ? A person working for money. = Mercenary
    ? An established principle of practical wisdom. = Maxim
    ? A place where dead bodies are kept before post mortem. = Mortuary
    ? A person who hates mankind. = Misanthropist
    ? Widely known for bad works. = Notorious
    ? A hollow space in a wall for a statue. = Niche
    ? Giving of special favour by a person in high position to his relatives. = Nepotism
    ? Person who eats meat. = Non-vegetarian
    ? One who is new to a profession. = Novice
    ? The street is not wide. = Narrow
    ? A word or custom which is no longer in use. = Obsolete
    ? A person who looks at the bright side of things. = Optimist
    ? A child whose parents are dead. = Orphan
    ? All-powerful. = Omnipotent
    ? A garden of fruits. = Orchard
    ? Holding conventional beliefs in matter of religion. = Orthodox
    ? That which cannot be seen through. = Opaque
    ? One who is present everywhere. = Omnipresent
    ? One who knows everything. = Omniscient
    ? Medical examination of a dead body. = Postmortem
    ? A person who looks at the dark side of things. = Pessimist
    ? A remedy for all kinds of diseases. = Panacea
    ? One who lives on another. = Parasite
    ? A lover of mankind. = Philanthropist
    ? One who goes on a journey to a holy place. = Pilgrim
    ? Child, born after the death of father. = Posthumous
    ? The practice of having more than one husband at the same time. = Polyandry
    ? One who collects postage stamps. = Philatelist
    ? A man who has more than one wife. = Polygamist
    ? A writer who steal ideas from another. = Plagiarist
    ? Very exact or scrupulous in the observance of forms of etiquitte, ceremony or behaviour. = Punctitious
    ? One who has great love for one’s country. = Patriot
    ? One who lives by alone and avoids people. = Recluse
    ? Killing of one’s own self. = Suicide
    ? One who speaks on behalf of others. = Spokesman
    ? A thing which is not fresh. = Stale
    ? One who loads and unloads ships. = Stevedore
    ? One who abstains completely from alcoholic liquor. = Teetotaller
    ? Person who believes that there is God. = Theist

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