Top 100 one word substitution For All Exams

Top 100 one word substitution

  • 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 Posthumas
  • 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
  • 100. An animal who preys on other animals Predator
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