ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION : BY BRILLIANT ACADEMY OF LEARNING
```````````````````````````````````````````
• One who does not make mistakes: Infallible
• One who is out to subvert a government. -Anarchist
• One who is recovering from illness. -Convalescent
• One who is all powerful -Omnipotent
• One who is present everywhere. -Omnipresent
• One who knows everything - Omniscient
• One who can do anything for money. - Mercenary
• One who has no money. -Pauper
• One who changes sides. - Turncoat
• One who loves books. -Bibliophile
• One who can speak two languages. -Bilingual
• A dancer on rope - Acrobat
• A person who holds that nothing is known or likely to be known of the existence of God - Agnostic
• A statement which is obsolete or capable of more than one
interpretation - Ambiguous
• An oval or circular theater with seats rising behind and above each other round a central open space - Amphitheater
• A letter which does not bear the name or signature of the writer - Anonymous
• A place of permanent residence -Domicile
• Government by the people - Democracy
• Government by the nobles - Aristocracy
• Government by the officials - Bureaucracy
• Government by the few - Oligarchy
• One who eats everything is - Omnivorous
• That which is inherited from forefathers - Ancestral
• The secret of transmuting baser metals into gold - Alchemy
• The study of teaching - Pedagogy
• The science of valid thinking - Logic
• One who works for free- Volunteer
• One who loves mankind- Philanthropist
• One who hates mankind- Misanthrope
• A person who is womanish in his habits – Effeminate
• Unconventional style of living – Bohemian
• A person who leaves his own country and goes to live in another - Emigrant
• A person who comes to one country from another in order to settle there – Immigrant
• Fear of Water – Hydrophobia
• A job with high salary but little responsibility – Sinecure
• A Speech made without any preparation – Extempore
• A person having same name as another – Namesake
• The study of coins – Numismatics
• A home for old persons– Infirmary
• To feel or express disapproval of something or someone – Deprecate
• Easily duped or fooled– Gullible
• To keep a great person or event in people’s memory – commemorate
• One Who helps needy people – Samaritan
• One who is habitual drunkard - Toper / Sot
• One who collects stamps - Philatelists
• One who amuses himself by love making - Philanderer
• One who does not take any intoxicating drugs – Teetotaller
• A person who is indifferent to pain and pleasure - Stoic
• One who has narrow and prejudiced religious views – fanatic
• The action of looking within or into one’s own mind – introspection.
www.brilliantacademyoflearning.com

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

SSC CGL TIER - 2(QUANTATIVE APTITUDE) ONLINE RE-EXAM PAPER HELD ON 12 JANUARY 2017