English Grammar: One Word Substitution List English Grammar: One Word Substitution List


English Grammar: One Word Substitution ListEnglish Grammar: One Word Substitution List



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  • abdication : voluntary giving up of throne in favour of someone.
  • agenda : a list of headings of the business to be transacted at a meeting.
  • alimony : allowance paid to wife on legal separation.
  • almanac : an annual calendar with positions of stars.
  • altruist : one, who considers the happiness and well-being of others first.
  • amateur : a man who does a thing for pleasure and not as a profession.
  • ambidexter : one, who can use either hand with ease.
  • amphibian : animals which live both on land and sea.
  • amputate : to cut off a part of a person's body which is infected.
  • anarchist : one, who is out to destroy all governance, law and order.
  • anthology : a collection of poems.
  • anthology : a collection of poems.
  • anthropologist : one, who studies the evolution of mankind.
  • aquatic : animals/plants which live in water.
  • arbitrator : a person, appointed by two parties to solve a dispute.
  • archives : a place where government or public records are kept.
  • aristocracy : government by the nobles.
  • arsenal : a place for ammunition and weapons.
  • astrologer : a person who studies the influence of heavenly bodies on human beings.
  • astronomer : a person, who studies stars, planets and other heavenly bodies.
  • Atheist: a person who does not believe in God.
  • audience : a number of people listening to a lecture.
  • autobiography : the life history of a person written by himself.
  • autocracy : government by one person.
  • axiom : a statement which is accepted as true without proof.
  • belligerent : a person, nation that is involved in war.
  • bibliophile : a lover and collector of books.
  • biennial : an event which happens once in two years.
  • bigamy : the practice of having two wives or husbands at a time.
  • blasphemy : the act of speaking disrespectfully about sacred things.
  • bouquet : a collection of flowers.
  • bureaucracy : government by the officials.
  • calligraphist : a person, who writes beautiful handwriting.
  • cannibal : one, who feeds on human flesh.
  • cardiologist : a person, who is specialist in heart diseases.
  • carnivorous : one, who lives on flesh.
  • cartographer : one, who draws maps.
  • cavalry : soldiers, who fight on horse back.
  • chauffeur : one, who is employed to drive a motor car.
  • choreographer : one, who teaches dancing.
  • cloak room : a place for luggage at railway station.
  • connoisseur : a critical judge of any art and craft.
  • contemporaries : belonging to or living at the same time.
  • convalescent : one, who is recovering health.
  • cosmopolitan : a person who regards whole world as his country.
  • creche : a nursery where children are cared for while their parents are at work.
  • crusade : a religious war.
  • curator : a person in-charge of a museum.
  • cynic : one, who sneers at the aims and beliefs of his fellow men.
  • cynosure : centre of attraction.
  • dormitory : the sleeping rooms with several beds especially in a college or institution.
  • drawn : a game that results neither in victory nor in defeat.
  • edible : fit to be eaten.
  • effeminate : a person who is womanish.
  • egotism : practice of talking too much about oneself.
  • elegy : a poem of lamentation.
  • encyclopaedia : a book that contains information on various subjects.
  • ephemeral : lasting one day.
  • epicure : one, who is devoted to the pleasure of eating and drinking.
  • epitaph : words which are inscribed on the grave or the tomb in the memory of the buried.
  • facsimile : an exact copy of handwriting, printing etc.
  • fanatic or bigot : one, who is filled with excessive and mistaken enthusiasm in religious matters.
  • fastidious : one, who is very -selective in one's taste.
  • fatal : causing death.
  • fatalist : one, who believes in fate.
  • fauna : the animals of a certain region.
  • feminist : one, who works for the welfare of the women.
  • flora : the plants of a particular region.
  • florist : one, who deals-in flowers.
  • fragile : easily broken.
  • fratricide : murder of brother.
  • fugitive : one, who runs away from justice or the law.
  • genocide : murder of race.
  • granary : a place for grains.
  • gregarious : animals which live in flocks.
  • hangar : a place for housing aeroplanes.
  • hearse : a vehicle which is used to carry a dead body.
  • hedonist : one, who believes that pleasure is the chief good (sensual).
  • herbivorous : one, who lives on herbs.
  • heretic : one, who acts against religion.
  • homicide : murder of man.
  • honorary : holding office without any remuneration.
  • horizon : a line at which the earth and the sky seem to meet.
  • horticulture : the art of cultivating and managing gardens.
  • illegible : incapable of being read.
  • immigrant : a person who comes to one country from another in order to settle there.
  • impracticable : incapable of being practised.
  • inaccessible : that cannot be easily approached.
  • inaudible : a sound that cannot be heard.
  • incognito : travelling under another name than one's own.
  • incorrigible : incapable of being corrected.
  • indefatigable : one, who does not tire easily.
  • indelible : that cannot be erased.
  • inevitable : incapable of being avoided.
  • infallible : one, who is free from all mistakes and failures.
  • infanticide : murder of an infant.
  • infantry : soldiers, who fight on foot.
  • infirmary : a home or room used for ill or injured people.
  • inflammable : liable to catch fire easily.
  • insolvent/bankrupt : a person who is unable to pay his debts.
  • interregnum : a period of interval between two reigns or governments.
  • invigilator : one, who supervises in the examination hall.
  • invincible : one, too strong to be overcome.
  • irreparable : incapable of being repaired.
  • itinerant : one, who journeys from place to place.
  • kennel : a place for dogs.
  • lapidist : one, who cuts precious stones.
  • lexicographer : one, who compiles a dictionary.
  • linguist : one, who is skilled in foreign languages.
  • loquacious : one, who talks continuously.
  • lunatic asylum : a home for lunatics.
  • maiden speech : the first speech delivered by a person.
  • mammals : animals which give milk.
  • martyr : one, who dies for a noble cause.
  • matricide : murder of mother.
  • mint : a place where coins are made.
  • misanthrope : a hater of mankind.
  • misogamist : one, who hates marriage.
  • misogynist : a hater of womankind.
  • missionary : a person, who is sent to propagate religion.
  • monogamy : the practice of marrying one at a time.
  • morgue : a place, where dead bodies are kept for identification.
  • mortuary : a place, where dead bodies are kept for post mortem.
  • namesake : a person having same name as another.
  • narcotic : a medicine for producing sleep.
  • nostalgia : a strong desire to return home, home sickness.
  • novice or tyro : one, new to anything, inexperienced.
  • numismatics : the study of coins.
  • obituary : an account in the newspaper of the funeral of the one deceased.
  • obstetrician : one, who is skilled in midwifery.
  • omnipotent : one, who is all powerful.
  • omnipresent : one, who is present everywhere.
  • omniscient : one, who knows everything.
  • omnivorous : one, who eats everything.
  • opaque : that which cannot be seen through.
  • optimist : a person who looks at the brighter side of things.
  • orphan : one, who has lost parents.
  • orphanage : a home for orphans.
  • ostler : one, who looks after horses at an inn.
  • paediatrician : a person, who is specialist in child diseases.
  • paleography : the study of ancient writing.
  • panacea : a remedy for all diseases.
  • parole : pledge given by a prisoner for temporary release, not to escape.
  • patricide : murder of father. Philatelist : one, who collects stamps.
  • pedant : one, who makes a vain display of his knowledge.
  • pedestrian : one, who goes on foot.
  • pessimist : a person who looks at the darker side of things.
  • philanderer : one, who amuses himself by love making.
  • philanthropist : a lover of mankind.
  • philistine : one who does not care for art and literature.
  • philogynist : a lover of womankind.
  • plagiarism : literary theft or passing off an author's original work as one's own.
  • platitude : ordinary remarks often repeated.
  • plebiscite : (a decision made by) votes of all qualified citizens.
  • plutocracy : government by the rich.
  • polyandry : the practice of marrying more than one husband at a time.
  • polygamy : the practice of marrying more than one wife at a time.
  • polyglot : one, who speaks many languages.
  • portable : that can be carried easily.
  • posse : a number of policemen called to quell a riot.
  • post mortem : an examination of dead body.
  • posthumous : a child born after the death of his father or the book published after the death of the writer.
  • pseudonym : an imaginary name assumed by an author for disguise.
  • quarantine : an act of separation from other persons to avoid infection.
  • regicide : murder of king or queen.
  • rhetoric : the art of elegant speech or writing.
  • sacrilege : violating or profaning religious things/places.
  • sanatorium : a place for the sick to recover health.
  • sculptor : one, who cuts in stones.
  • sinecure : a job with high salary but little responsibility.
  • somnambulist : a person, who walks in sleep.
  • somniloquist : a person, who talks in sleep.
  • sororicide : murder of sister.
  • souvenir : a thing kept as a reminder of a person, place or event.
  • stable : a place for horses.
  • stoic : a person, who is indifferent to pleasure and pain and has control over his passions.
  • suicide : murder of oneself.
  • swan song : the last work (literary) of a writer.
  • teetotaller : one, who does not take any intoxicating drink.
  • theocracy : government by religious principles.
  • transparent : that which can be seen through.
  • triennial : an event which happens once in three years.
  • truant : a person/student who absents himself from class or duty without permission.
  • utopia : an imaginary perfect social and political system.
  • uxoricide : murder of wife.
  • uxorious : one extremely fond of one's wife.
  • venial : a fault that may be forgiven.
  • verbatim : repetition of speech or writing word for word.
  • versatile : interested in and clever at many different things.
  • veteran : one, who has a long experience of any occupation.
  • virgin : a woman who has no sexual experience.
  • volunteer : one, who offers one's services.
  • wardrobe : a place for clothes.
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കേരളത്തിലെ ദേശീയപാതകൾ NH No. Route .
NH 66 Thalappady - Parassala .
NH 544 Valayar - Edappally .
NH 85 Bodimettu - Kundannoor .
NH 183 Kollam - Sasthamkota-Chengannur-Kottayam-Vandiperiyar-Kumily .
NH 183A Sasthamkota - Adoor - Pathanamthitta - Vandiperiyar .
NH 185 Adimali -Cheruthoni- Painavu -Kumily (NH 183) .
NH 744 Kollam - Aryankavu .
NH 766 Kozhikode - Muthanga .
NH 966 Ramanattukara - Palakkad .
NH 966A Kalamassery - Vallarpadam .
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D - ഡങ്കിപ്പനി.
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H - ഹെപ്പറ്റൈറ്റിസ് .
A - എയിഡ്സ് .
R - റാബീസ് .
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Narasimha .
Vaman .
Parsuram .
Ram .
Krishna .
Balram.
Kalki .
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