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One word substitution
one who is against the religion Heretic
One who eats human flesh Cannibal
One who lives at the same time Contemporary
One who is more than a hundred years old Centenarian
One who is given to pleasure of the flesh Epicure
One who lives on others Parasite
ONE WHO IS A HABITUAL DRUNKED SOTTOPER
ONE WHO IS SETTLES IN ANOTHER COUNTRY IMMIGRANT
ONE WHO KNOWS MANY LANGUAGES POLYGOT
ONE WHO DEALS IN CATTLE DROVER
ONE WHO CUTS PRECIOUS STONES LAPIDIST(LAPIDARY)
ONE WHO CURE EYE DISEASE OCULIST
ONE WHO SELLS SWEETS AND PASTRIES CONFECTIONER
ONE WHO LOADS AND UNLOADS SHIPS STEVEDORE
ONE WHO RETIRES FROM SOCITY TO LIVE A SOLITARY
LIFE
RECLUSE
ONE WHO PRETENDS TO BE WHAT HE IS NOT HYPOCRITE
A PROFESSIONAL RIDER IN HORSE RACES JOCKEY
A NUMBER OF SHEEPS FLOCK
A COLLECTION OF FLAGS BUNTING
A NUMBER OF STARS GROUNDED TOGETHER CONSTELLATION
THE HOUSE OF AN ARAB DOWAR
A FACTORY FOR MANUFACTURING OF BEERS BREWERY
A PLACE FOR THE COLLECTION OF DRIED PLANTS HERBARIUM
A CASE IN WHICH THE SWORD IS KEPT SHEATH
FREE FROM INFECTION IMMUNE
THE DEAD BODY OF A ANIMAL CARACASS
THE SCIENCE OF COLOURS CHROMATICS
THE SCIENCE OF THE STRUCTURE OF HUMAN BODY ANATOMY
THE ART OF EFFECTIVE SPEKING ELOCUTION
THE STUDY OF ROCKS AND SOILS GEOLOGY
THE STUDY OF MOUNTAINS ORALOGY
THE STUDY OF LANGUAGES PHILOLOGY
THE STUDY OF THE ORIGIN AND HISTORY OF WORDS ETYMOLOGY

THE STUDY OF ANCIENT WRITING PALEOGRAPHY
THE ART OF PRESERVING SKIN TAXIDERMY
THE PERIOD BETWEEN TWO REIGNS INTERREGNUM
A COUNCIL OF CLERGYMEN SYNOD
THE CEREMONY AT WHICH A MAN BECOMES A PRIEST ORDINATION
VIOLITING RELIGIOUS THINGS SACRILIEGE
ONE WHO INTOLERANTLY DEVOTED TO A PARTICULAR
CREED
BIGOT
ENGAGED TO BE MARRIED BETRODTED
AN INSTRUMENT FOR RECODING THE REVOLUTIONS OF
THE EARTH
GYROSCOPE
A POEM OF MOURNING ELEGAY
A HOLLOW SPACE IN A WALL FOR A STUATE NICHE
LANGUAGES THAT HAS BEEN VERY MUCH USED HACKNEYED
CURRECT SPELLING ORTHOGRAPHY
A VERY PRIVATE ROOM SANCTUM,SANCTORUM
A PLACE WHERE MAD MEN ARE KEPT LUNATIC
KILLING ONE’S FATHER PATRICIDE
A MEDICINE THAT LOOSENS THE BOWELS LAXATIVE
A SPEECH MADE TO ONESELF SOLILOQUY
SEPARATION FROM OTHER PEOPLE TO AVOID INFECTION QUARANTINE
AN IMAGINARY IDEAL UTOPIA
A THING KEPT IN MEOMORY OF AN EVENT SOUVENIR
COMMON PLACE REMARKS PLATITUDES
BELIEF OF GOD IN NATURE PANTHEISM
INCAPABLE OF BEING BURNT INCOMBUSTIBLE
A PERSON SUFFERING FROM NERVOUS BREAKDOWN NEUROTIC
AN INSTRUNMENT FOR MEASURING GASES MANOMETER
AN EXAGGERATED STATEMENT HYPERBOLE
ONE WHO IS COMPLETELY SATISFIED COMPLACENT
SIMPLE AND EASILY DECEIVED GULLIBLE
ONE WHO HAS DELUSIONS OF ONE’S GRANDEUR MEGALOMANIAC
ONE WHO FLAUNTS NEWLY ACQUIRED WEALTH PARVENU
WEARINESS OF AND SADNESS FOR LIFE AND WORLD WELTSCHMERZ
BOREDOM AND FRUSTRATION IN LIFE ENNUI
SHY,TIMID , UNWILLING TO FACE A SITUATION DIFFIDENT

ONE WHO IS CHVALROUS,IDEALISTIC AND UNPRACTICAL QUIXOTIC
ONE WHO IS GRAVE AND GLOOMY SATURNINE
THE ACT OF ENJOYING OR HAVING AN EXPERIENCE
INDIRECTLY
VICARIOUSLY
THE TENDENCY TO POSTPONE THINGS FOR FUTURE PROCRASTINATION
TO RELAX IN A COUNTRYSIDE FAR AWAY FROM THE
HUMDRUM OF TOWN
RUSTICATE
TO SPEND LIFE WITHOUT PURPOSE AND INTITATIVE VEGETATE
A GIRL WHO FLIRTS EGREGIOUSLY COQUETTLE
A WOMEN WHO LURES MEN TO DESTROY THEM CIRCE
A TALL STRONG,MASCULINE KIND OF WOMEN AMAZON
A LOUD-MOUTHED TURBULENT KIND OF WOMEN VIRAGO
A TRAITOR WHO CAN SEL OUR EVEN HIS FIRENDS JUDAS
UNDERSTANDING WITHOUT THE INTERFERENCE OF
FEELINGS
EMPATHY
AN EMBARRASSING MISTAKE A FAUX PAS
A MEDLEY OR HETEROGENOUS MIXTURE OF GREAT
VARIETY
POTPOURRI
A SLANG OF THE UNDERWORLD ARGOT
A LANGUAGE OF SPECIAL GROUP PATOIS
THE ASCRIBING OF HUMAN MOTIVATION,
CHARACTERUSTICS IFR BEHAVIOUR TO INANMATE
OBJECTS, ANIMAL OR NATURAL PHENOMENA
ANTHROPORMORPHISM
A PAYMENT TO LEGALY BINDNG BUT FOR WHICH SOME
MORAL OBLIGATION IS FELT
EX GRATIA
A WASHING OR CLEANSING OF THE BODY ESPECIALLY IN
A RELIGIOUS CEREMONY
ABLUTION
SOMETHING PERFECTLY NEAT AND TIDY IMMACULATE
A TREATISE ON ONE SUBJECT MONOGRAPH
THE GROUP ESPECIALLY IN THE ARTS REGARDED A
BEING THE MOST EXPERIMENT

AVANT-GRADE
AN OFFICIAL BULLETIN COMMUNIQUE
A PASSAGE WITH ONLY ONE END CUL-DE-SAC
THE ART OF PAINTING ON A PLASTER SURFACE FRESCO
A RECORD OR TABLE SHOWING THE DESCENT OF A
PERSON OR A FAMILY
GENEALOGY
A CONNOISSEUR OF FOOD AND DRINK GOURMENT
A PERSON OR THING THAT GOES BEFORE AND
ANNOUNES THE COMING OF SOMETHHING
HARBINGER
A PERSISTENT ANXIETY ABOUT ONE’S HEALTH USUALLY
INVOLVING IMAGINED SYMPTOMS OF ILLINESS
HYPOCHONDRIA
AN ODD,A TYPICAL OR ECCENTRIC TRAIT IDIOSYNCRASY
TO COMENASATE A PERSON ETC. FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE LINDEMNIFY
A PLAN FOR OR ROUTE TO BE FOLLOWED ON A JOURENY ITINERARY
A GROUP OF PEOPLE WHO BAND TOGETHER FOR SOME
SECRET PURPOSE ESPECIALLY FOR POLITICAL INTRIGUE
JUNTA
A SHORT JOURENY FOR PLEASEURE JAUNT
A SWIFTLY CHANGING SCENE OR PATTERN KALEIDOSCOPE
A WRITTEN ATTACK USING HUMOUR TO PROVOKE
CONTEMPT
LAMPOON
A FALSE WRITTEN STATEMENT TO DAMAGE A PERSON’S
REPUTE
LIBEL
A PHARSE R SENTENCE THAT IS COMICAL OR
NONCENSICAL BECAUSE THE SPEAKER USED A WRONG
WOEK THAT SOUNDED SOMETHING LIKE A RIGHT WORD
MALAPROPISM
A FULLSIZE MODEL OF A COMPLETE OF PATIAL HUMAN
FIGURE
MANNEQUIN /DUMMY
PERASONAL REMINISCENCES IN A NARRATIVE FROM MEMOIR
A LONG WANDERING JOURNEY ODYSSEY
A SPEECH OR WRITING PRASING A PERSON OR A THING PANEGYRIC

A LOVER SPECIALLY ONE WHO UNLAWFULLY TAKES THE
POSITION OF A WIFE OR A HUSBAND
PARAMOUR
AN EXPERESSION OF THE POPULAR WILL CONCERNING
SOME IMPORTANT QUESTIONS GIVEN BY A DIRECT VOTE
OF THE PEOPLE
PLEBISCITE
A PORTRAIT OF A PERSON WITH ONLY THE OUTLINE OF
THE PROFILE
SILHOUETTE
CAUSING OR TENDING TO CAUSE SLEEP SOPORIFIC
A SUBSUTUTE SURROGATE
EXSISTING ONLY IN NAME TITULAR
A SHORT LITERARY DESCRIPTION MARKED BY DELICACY VIGNETTE
A LONG JOURENY ESPECIALLY BY SEA VOYAGE
A PERSON WHO OPPOSES ANOTHER ANTAGONSIT
A PERSON WHO IS VERY SELECTIVE DISGUSTED EASILY
AND IS HARD TO PLEASE
FASTIDIOUS
SOMETHING THAT CAN NOT BE HARMED INVIOLATE
FEAR OF CROWDS OCLOPHOBIA
A FUNERAL BELL KNELL
A PERSON WHO IS PURE AND CLEAN IMMACULATE
A PERSON WHO IS FILLED WITH EXCESSIVE ENTHUSIASM EXTROVERT
A PERSON WHO OS BAD IN SPELLING CACAOGRAPHIST
A PERSON CLAMING TO BE SUPERIOR IN CULTURE AND
INTELLECT TO OTHERS
HIGHBROW
A PERSON LEAVING HIS NATIVE COUNTRY TO SETTLE IN
ANOTHER
EMIGRANT
A PERSON HAVING THE SAME NAME NAMESAKE
A PERSON WHO IS TALKTIVE GARRULOUS
SOMETHING THAT CANNOT BE TAKEN AWAY INALIENABEL
ONE WHO TRAVELS FROM PLACE TO PLACE TRAMP
TO MOVE ALONG WITH QUICK SHORT TWISTING
ACTIONS
WRIGGLE

BE THE EMODIMENT OR PERFERCT EXAMPLE OF CHARACTERISE
ONE WHO DERSERTS HIS RELIGION APOSTATE
CUSTOM OF HAVING MANY WIVES POLYGAMY
PERSON WHO BELIVES THAT GOD IS EVERYTHING AND
EVEYTING IS GOD
PANTHEIST
RELATIONSHIP BY BLOOD OR BIRTH CONSANGUINITY
BELIEF OR OPINION CONTRARY TO WHAT IS GENERALLY
ACCEPTED
HERESY
A COUNTRY RULED BY TWO COUNTRY CONDOMUNIUM
A LADY’S PURSE RETICULE
A RELIGIOUS SONG HYMN
A VERSE LETTER EPISTLE
A ANIAML STORY WITH MORAL FABLE
ART OF CUTTING TREE AND BUSHES INTO ORNAMENTAL
SHAPE
TOPIARY
CHANGE ONE’S MIND TWO QUICKLY VACILLATION
CONGRULATIONS SOME ONE IN FORMAL MANNER FELICATATE
CREATURE HAVINGH BOTH MALE AND FEMALE ORGANS HERMAPHRODITE
EQUAL IN RANK PEER
FAULT THAT MAY BE FORGIVEN VENIAL
FEAR OF BECOMING BLAD PHALACROPHOBIA
Fear of pain Aglophobia/odynophobia
Fear of getting fat makes young girl stop eating resulting
in harmful effect
Anorexia
Fear of males Androphobia
Fear of ugliness Cacophobia
Fear of doctors Catrophobia
Fear of depths Bathopobia
Fear of dogs Cynophobia
Extreme fear of beauty Cellophobia
Fear of thirst Dipsophobia
Morbid compulsion of drink Dipsomania
Fear of work Ergophobia
Fear of marriage Gamophobia

Fear of birth Genophobia
Fear of old age Geraphobia
Fear of writing Graph phobia
Fear of pleasure Hedonophobia
Fear of travel Hydrophobia
Fear of women Gynophobia
Fear of getting fat Lipophobia
Fear of childbirth Maieusiphobia
Fear of snakes Ophiopobia
FEAR OF BEING ROBBED HARPAXOPHOBIA
FEAR OF COCKROACHES KATSARIDAPHOBIA
Fear of darkness Nyctophobia
Fear of ghosts Phasmophobia
Fear of deaths Thanatophobia
Fear of numbers Triskaidekaphobia
FEAR OF DARK LYGOPHOBIA
FEAR OF FAILURE ATYCHIPHOBIA
FEAR OF GOD ZEUSOPHOBIA
FEAR OF GOING TO BED CLINOPHOBIA
FEAR OF POVERTY PENIAPHOBIA
FEAR OF PROPERTY ORTHOPHOBIA
FEAR OF RIDING A CAR AMAXOPHOBIA
FEAR OF SEX XENOPHOBIA
FEAR OF SPEED LALOPHOBIA
FEAR OF WORDS LOGOPHOBIA
FUNNY IMITATION OF A POEM PARODY
GIVING UP THRONE BY THE KING ABDICATION
GO BACK AND FORTH SHUTTLE
GROUP OF THREE NOVALS TRILOGY
LANGUAGE DIFFICULT TO UNDERSTAND JARGON
LIST OF EXPLANTATION GLOSSARY
LOUD TALK OR SPEECH HARANGUE
MAN HAVING THE WOMAN’S QUALLITY EFFEMINATE
MAN OF LAX MORAL LICENTIOUS
MAN WHOSE WIFE IS UNFAITHFUL TO HIM CUCKOLD
MANIA FOR TRAVEL DROMOMANIA
MANIA OF BEING IMPORTANT MEGALOMANIA

MEDICINE WHICH LESSENS PAIN ANODYNE
MORNING PRAYER MATIN
OLD AGE WHEN A MAN BEHAVE LIKE A FOOL DOTAGE
ONE WHO COMES FROM A VILLAGE AND CONSIDERED
STUPID
BUMPKIN
ONE WHO FIGHTS FOR MONEY MERCENARY
ONE WHO FORSAKES RELIGION RENEGADE
ONW WHO IS GUILTY OF FIRING PROPERTY ARSONIST
ONE WHO IS VERY CAREFUL AND PARTICULAR METICULOUS
ONE WHO PAYS TOO MUCH ATTENTION TO HIS CLOTHS
AND APPEARANCE
DANDY
ONW WHO PRETENDS ILLNESS TO ESCAPE DUTY MALINGERER
ONE WHO TALKS CONTINUOUSLY LOQUACIOUS
ONE WHO WORKS IN RETURN FOR BEING TAUGHT THE
TRADE
DISCIPLE
ONE WHOSE ATTITUDE IS TO EAT, DRINK AND MERRY EPICUREAN
PEOPLE IN ROWDY SCENCE RABBLE
PERASON OBSESSED WITH ONE IDEA OR SUBJECT MONOMANIIAC
PERSON WHO DOES NOT BELIEVE IN ANY RELIGION PAGAN
PERSON WHO HOLDS SCHOLARSHIP AT A UNIVERSITY BURSAR
PERSON WHO IS AGAINST THE ORDINARY SOCIETY ESP.
DRESSING
HIPPY
PERSON WHO IS ALWAYS DISSATISFIED MALCONTENT
PERSON WHO LIVES ALONE AND AVOID OTHERS RECLUSE
PERSON WHO LOVES NATURE AESTHETE
PERSON WHO PRETENDS TO HAVE MORE KNOWLEDGE CHARLATAN
PERSUASIVE AND FLUENT SPEECH ELOQUENCE
PHYSICIAN WHO DELIVERS BABIES OBSTERICIAN
PLACE WHERE COWS ARE SHELTERED BYRE
PLACE WHICH PROVIDES BOTH BOARD AND LODGING INN
POWER OF READING THOUGHTS OF OTHERS TELEPATHY
RIDICULULOUS USE OF WORKS MALAPROPISM
RIDE ON SOMEONE’S BACK PIGGYBACK
ROOM LEADING INTO A LARGE ROOM ANTEROOM

SEAT ON ELEPHANT’S BACK HOWDAH
SONG SUNG AT BURIAL DIRGE
THING THAT BRING GENTLE AND PAINLESS DEATH FROM
INCURABLE DISEASE
EUTHANASIA
TO EXPLAIN A SPRITUAL TRUTH BENIGN
TO DO AWAY WITH RULE ABROGATE
TO EXPLAIN A SPRITUAL TRUTH PARABLE
USING OF NEW WORDS NEOLOGY
A SMALL ENCLOSERE FOR CATTLE ,SHEEP ,POLUTRY ETC PEN
MUSIC PLAYED OR SUNG AT NIGHT BELOW A PERSON’S
WINDOW
SERENADE
STRONG AND SETTLED DISLIKE BETWEEN TWO PERSONS ANTIPATHY
A SMALL HOUSE WITH ALL ROOMS ON ONE FLOOR BUNAGLOW
AN EXTERMELY DEEP CRACK OR OPENING IN THE
GROUND
CHASM
LOTTERY IN WHICH AN ARTICLE IS ASSIGNED BY LOT TO
ONE OF THOSE BUYING TICKTS
RAFFLE /Draw
ONE WHO ALWAYS RUNS AWAY FROM DANGER TIMID
ONE WHO DESPISES PERSONS OF LOWER SOCIAL
POSITION
SNOB
GRADUAL RECOVERY FROM ILLNESS CONVALESCENCE
ONE WHO IS DETERMINED TO EXACT FULL VEGEANCE
FOR WRONG DONE TO HIM
VINDICTIVE
COMMENCEMENT OF WORDS WITH THE SAME LETTER ALLITERATION
A PERSON LIVING PERMANENETLY IN A CERTAIN PLAC E DOMICILE
TO SLAP WITH A FLAT OBJACT SWAT
AN ASSEMBLY OF HEARAERS ASSEMBLAGE
ONE WHO IS UNRELENTING AND CANNOT BE MOVED BY
ENTREATIES
INEXORABLE
REGARD FOR OTHERS AS PRINCIPLE OF A ACTION ALTRUISM
PERSON WHO CLAIMS TO HAVE GREAT LOVE FOR

UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT IS BEAUTIFUL IN NATURE ,
ART ETC
AESTHETE
A DISEASE WHICH SPREADS BY CONTACT CONTAGIOUS
AN ANIMAL STORY WITH MORAL FABLE
PERSON WHO PIOLTS OR TRAVELS IN A BALLON AIRSHIP
OR OTHER AIRCRAFT
AERONAUT
WITTY , CLEVER RETORT REPARTEE
A STORY IN WHICH IDEAS ARE SYMBOLISED AS PEOPLE ALLEGORY
A COMMON PLACE REMARK PLATITUDE
A SUDDEN RUSH OF WIND GUST
NOT CONFORMING TO ORDINARY RULES OF BEHAVIOUR ECCENTRIC
SHORT DESCRIPATIVE POEM OR PICTURESQUE SCENE OR
INCIDENT
IDYLL
A PERSON WHO IS RESEREVED IN TALKS RETICENT
A SHORT STAY AT A PLACE SOJOURN
A RAISED PLACE ON WHICH OFFERING TO A GOD ARE
MADE
ALTAR
GOVERNMENT BY THE GODS THERACHY
A PERSON WITH FULL DISCRETINARY POWER TO ACT ON
BEHALF OF A COUNTRY
PLENIPOTENTIARY
TO DERIVE A THING OF ITS HOLY CHARACTER DESCRATE
A SMALL PIECE OF WOOD CHIP
A pioneer of a reform movement Apostle
Wicked to a high degree Heinous
The original inhabitants of a country Aborigines
Dungeon entered by trapdoor Oubliette
Science of printing Typography
One who robs smuggler of his smuggled goods after the
border has been crossed
Hijacker
Use of more words than are needed to express the
meaning
Pleonasm

The science of judging of a person’s character
capabilities etc. From an examination of the shape of his
skull
Phrenology
A political leader who tries to stir up people Demagogue
A light sailing boat built especially for racing Yacht
Atonement for one’s sins Repentance
Be the embodiment or perfect example Personify
A person who maliciously destroys by fire Incendiary
The line which a plough cuts in the ground Furrow
A person who forsakes religion Renegade
A person concerned with practical results and values Pragmatist
Responsible according to law Legitimate
Decision made upon a political question by the votes of
all qualified persons
Plebiscite
Shining , brilliant and magnificent Resplendent
Cutting for stone in the bladder Lithotomy
A heavy unnatural slumber Stupor
Changing one’s mind too quickly Vacillation
To do away with rules Abrogate
A person sharing responsibility for a political party’s
discipline and tactics
Whip
Food which agrees with one’s taste Palatable
A story in verse Ballad
Plain or self evident truth Truism
A person who has just started learning Apprentice
A low area storm with high winds rotating about a centre
of low atmospheric pressure
Cyclone
A fault that may be forgiven Venial
One who is likeable Amiable
Person who gives himself up to luxury and sexual
pleasures
Voluptuary
A field or a part of a garden where fruit trees grow Orchard
A women of lax moral Harlot

A person who gives written testimony for use in a court Deponent
A person who makes and sells ladies hats, etc. Milliner
To mediate between two parties in a dispute Intercede
The branch of science which deals with the problems of
the old
Geriatrics
Property inherited from one’s father pr ancestors Patrimony
Something left in a will by someone who has died Legacy
The doctrine that human souls pass from one body to
another at the time of death
Transmigration
A drawing on transparent paper Transparency
The act of violating the sanctity of church Sacrilege
A style in which a writer makes a display of his
knowledge
Pedantic
One who thinks that human nature is essentially evil Cynic
Interested mainly in a small group country etc. Insular
The period between two reigns Interregnum
Poem in short stanzas narrating a popular story Ballad
One who does not know how to save the money Spendthrift
Walk in a vain , self-important way Strut
Clumsy or ill-bred fellow Boor
A small shop that sells fashionable clothes, cosmetics
etc.
Boutique
The normal abode of any animal or plant Habitant
A person who is skilled in horsemanship Equestrian
To atone one’s sins Expiate
The rule of a person who is tyrant Despotism
Of outstanding significance Monumental
A tumour which is not likely to spared Benign
To remove the skin of a potato or and orange Peel
Explicit understanding to do something Promise
To surround with armed forces Besiege
A person who wishes to throw over all establishments Anarchist
Forcing out(blood etc.) from its vessel Extravasate
A book or picture produced merely to bring in money Pot-boiler

Deviation or departure from common rule of standard Anomaly
Elderly women in charge of a girl on social occasions Chaperon
land so surrounded by water as to e almost and island Peninsula
Part-song for several voices without instrumental
accompaniment
Madrigal
A person without objective reality Hallucination
Open rebellion of soldiers and sailors against lawful
authority
Mutiny
A verse letter Epistle
A person who travels from place to place Itinerant
Something which can be taken for granted Postulate
Words used in ancient time but no longer in general use
now
Archaic
Cutting all the waste paper into pieces Shredding
A solider who fights for money mercenary
Government by all Pant isocracy
Two wheeled cab for two to ride indie with driver
mounted up behind
Hansom
Destroy without any trace Obliterate
Submarines operate below the surface of the seas Subterranean
Morning prayer in the church regularly Matin
An unreal and visionary ideal Chimerical
Give back to the users their youthful vigour and
appearance
Rejuvenate
A lover of mankind Altruist/philanthropist
An unconventional style of living Bohemian
A person who is blindly devoted to an idea Chauvinist
Suave (polished and light hearted person) Debonair
A dabbler (not serious in art, Science and literature Dilettante
That cannot be entered by force Impregnable
A person who leads an immoral life Libertine/Lecher
One hates the institution of marriage Misogamist
One who eats everything Omnivorous

One who works for the welfare of the women Philogynist /Feminist
A boastful fellow Swashbuckler
A noisy quarrelsome women, a shrew Termagant
One who is habitual drunken Toper/sot
One who is brilliant performer on stage(specially music) Virtuoso
An annual calendar with position of stars Almanac
A statement accepted as true without proof Axiom
Examination of living tissue Biopsy
Compulsory enlistment for military service Conscription
An exact copy of handwriting ,printing Facsimile/Xerox
Animals which live in a flock , used for human beings
also
Gregarious/sociable
An act of separation from a person to avoid infection Quarantine
Dress with medals, ribbons worn at official ceremonies Regalia
A thing kept in memory of an event Souvenir
A place where animals are slaughtered for the market Abattoir
The dwelling place if an animal underground Borrow
A place where treasurers ,stores ,ammunition are hidden Cache
A graveyard where dead are buried Crèche
An original glass bottle for holding wine or other
alcoholic drinks
Decanter
A squirrel’s home Drey
A home for old people Infirmary
A place for wild animals and birds Menagerie
A house or shelter for a dog Kennel
A place where pigs are kept Sty
A case in which the blade of a sword is kept Sheath ,Scabbard
A place where lather is tanned Tannery
One who drives a motor car Chauffeur
One who introduces performing artists on the stage
programmes
Compere
One who studies the pattern of voting in elections Psephologist
Government by old man Gerontocracy
Government by the worst citizen Kekistocracy
Government run universally Panarcy

A funeral procession comprising a number of mourners Cortege
Murder of one’s children Filicide
Murder of one’s brother Fratricide
Murder of one’s parents Parricide
Murder of one’s sister Sororicide
Live in relationship a man and a woman living without
being married
Concubiange
Happening in five years Quinquennial
150th anniversary Sesquicentennial
A collection of poem Anthology
A large number of cotton tied in a bundle Bale
A large group of girls/ladies Bevy
A pair of pigeons Brace
Of inner circle of members of government Caucus
A small person belonging to a body Clique
A group[p of applauders i.e. paid to clap Claque
A group of islands Cluster
A group of worshipers Congregation
A small fleet of boats Flotilla
A number of fish caught (in net) caught at one time Haul
A number of ruins, stones Heap
Of young pigs, dogs at birth Litter
A group of people who are the same in some way Posse
A section of hair Lock
A large number of fish swimming together Shoal
A sequence of similar items String
A flies or locusts, bees ,ants Swarm
A framework of rafters, posts and bars Truss
A large crowd of people Throng
A group of dancers, artists or acrobats Troupe
Of abusive invectives Torrent
Of grass ,hair Tuft
In questions Barrage
The study of sounds Acoustics
The science of soil management and the production of
field crops
Agronomy

Chemistry in ancient times Alchemy
Cultivation of tress and vegetables Arboriculture
The study of duration of life Chronology
The art of making fireworks Chromatics
The study of cells, especially their formation structure
and functions
Cytology
The study of finger prints for the purpose of
identification
Dactylographic
The study of animal behaviour Ethology
The study of production of better offspring by the
careful selection of parents
Eugenics
The study of effect of environment on workers Ergonomy
The sun therapy Heliotherapy
The study of tissues Histology
The study of teeth Odontology
The study of correct pronunciation Orthoepy
The art of method of teaching Pedagogy
The study of rocks Petrology
The study of written records their authenticity etc. Philology
The study of speech sounds and production,
transmission , reception
Phonetics
The study of human face Physiognomy
The study of ancient writing Palaeography
The art of elegant speech or writing Rhetoric
The study of caves Spelelogy
An admirer of art Dilettante
Use of mild word in place of words required by truth Euphemism
That which is pig like Porcine
That is fox like Vulpine
Study of law Nomo logy
Study of fossils Palaeontology
Statement that is obviously true Platitude
Temple dedicated to all the gods Pantheon
The study of physical phenomenon of lakes Limnology

Serious crime like murder ,arson Felony
Secret place difficult to reach Recess
Secret religious meeting Conventicle
Showing contemptuous indifference Supercilious
A short summary of a book or speech Epitome
A short saying or poem which express an idea in a very
clever and amusing way
Epigram
Scornful and contemptuous language Opprobrium
Science of time Horology
Science of the races of mankind and their relation to one
another
Ethnology
Science of the causes of diseases Etiology/aetiology
Science of human beauty Kalology
Science and philosophy of human law Jurisprudence
To raise a pattern or design on the surface of something Emboss
Quick to judge and understand Perspicacious
Pull out of usual shape Distort
Public marry making and feasting Carnival
Prevent from being carried out Circumvent
Present from or before birth Congenital
Lover of dogs Canophilist
Guided by one’s sense of duty Conscientious
Gust of wing Draught
Offering made to god Oblation
Gathering of all things Omnibus
A garland of flowers Wreath
Give the right to vote Enfranchise
Future generation Posterity
Fit for bad temper or anger Tantrum
Blessing given by priest Benediction
Bring under control in war Subjugate
That can live without outside help Viable
Angry at injustice Indignant
Change to something abnormal , unnatural Perversion
Habitual character and deposition Ethos
To destroy Annihilate

Recurrence of some disease after generation or
similarity in special features with remote ancestors
Atavism
To mitigate of lessen the suffering or pain Alleviate
To make better , to improve or to lift or a better place Ameliorate
A mistake in the chronological order or a thing which is
out of harmony with a period
Anachronism
Any language speaking only Colloquialism
A person who fails in the performance of this duty or
commits and offence
Delinquent
Something regularly found among a particular people or
community
Endemic
A professor who has retired from service Emeritus
To free from the confines of something to liberate from Emancipate
Something artificial having the appearance of some thing
got up
Factitious
As opposed to realistic , imagined not real Fictitious
Tendency to grow downwards Geotropism
A personal peculiarity of temperament or constitution Idiosyncrasy
A person who has a most uncompromising attitude
especially on politics
Intransigent
A subtle allusive and generally deprecatory remark Innuendo
Extremely extravagant in manners and morals Licentious
Belonging to this word , earthly Mundane
Application of name or descriptive term to an object to
which it is not literally applicable
Metaphor
A scene or situation which is gruesomely imaginative or
full of gruesome details
Macabre
A change that befalls something Mutation
A drama which is marked by very crude appeal to
feelings and emotions

Melodrama
One who believes in the philosophy that nothing has real
existence
Nihilist
A quick remedy or apparent medicine or similarly a pet
scheme
Nostrum
The art of spelling words correctly Orthography
A passage marking the close of speech Peroration
A school teacher or a man affecting learning Pedagogue
Original modal Prototype
To mediate, to pander over a question Ruminate
A person who refuses compliance with Recalcitrant
A reasoned willing to avail himself of fallacies that will
help his case
Sophist
A very delicate flaw or mistake which is not expected
from the person making it
Solecism
A symbolic religious ceremony especially baptism Sacrament
Abounding in blood Sanguine
Affectedly and pompously formal person or style Sententious
That which surpasses Transcendental
The practise of taking exorbitant or excessive interest on
the money lent
Usury
Guilty of accepting bribes extremely mercenary Venal
A person sent on a mission Emissary
Not definitely or clearly expressed Inexplicit
Incapable of being taken by force or arms Impregnable
To increase the gravity of an offence or the intensity of a
dispute
Aggravate
A man or woman with skin and hair or auburn colour Blonde
Wilful and persistent resistance to lawful authority Contumacy
A person who is insensible to kind thoughts or
sympathetic feeling
Callous

Total loss of voice Aphonia
To do away with a rule Abrogate
To make thin or fine or to reduce the strength Attenuate
Deviation from eh common rule of standard Anomaly
Stealthy done Surreptitious
Mental derangement Paranoia
Wild and noisy disorder Pandemonium
Placing a thing beside another Juxtapose
The abandonment of one’s country or cause Desertion
Bitter and violent attack in words Diatribe
The state of being miserable , bereft of all possessions Destitute
Commencement of adjacent words with the same letter Alliteration
A wall built to prevent the sea or a river from flooding an
area
Embankment
Something that is poisonous or unhealthy Trivial
A small umbrella Parasol
To have a very high opinion of oneself Conceited
The highest singing voice in women or boys or a music in
highest voice
Soprano
A song to put babies to sleep Lullaby
The original inhabitants of a country Aborigines
Winding sheet of a corpse Shroud
Bearing young’s by eggs Oviparous
Bearing living young’s Viviparous
Fond of much alcoholic drinks Bibulous
A hater of new things Misoneist
Hatter of smoking Misocapnic
A lover of animals Philozoic
A lover of learning Philomath
A lover of poetry and art Philomuse
That which is not composed of matter Incorporeal
One who always gets into trouble Scapegrace
Persuade by flattery Cajole
That which has very harmful and dangerous effects Detrimental
That which is corpse like Cadaverous
That is cat like Feline

A vehicle that is used to carry a dead body Hearse
A person who is very cruel Fiend
Swelling part of a body Inflammation
The dad body of a animal Carcase
A medicine which induces vomit Emetic
A spear on a rope for catching whales and other larger
fish
Harpoon
A female of gander Goose
An adult male of deer Hart
A word that is the same in sound as another but
different in meaning
Homonym
Words alike in sound but different in meaning and
spelling
Paronym
A dog used for hunting Hound
A magnificent tomb Mausoleum
An impudent girl Minx
Flesh of sheep used as food Mutton
Secretion of a plant which attracts the insects or birds
that pollinate flowers
Nectar
A member of a wandering tribe Nomad
A person who looks after horses in a inn Ostler
A set of instruments put together for a purpose Apparatus
An area planted with grapes Vineyard
A disease that is found regularly in a particular place Endemic
A disease widely epidemic Pandemic
That which can not be burnt Incombustible
A person who is very careful in the use of money Frugal/parsimonious
Able to walk after being bedridden Ambulatory
Absolute right Prerogative
Accept without protest or silently Acquiesce
Being economical in speech or expressed in few words Laconic
Belief accepted without question Dogma
Branches of learning concerned with literature history Humanities
and philosophy

Bring under control especially a group of people causing
trouble
Subdue
Calmness of mind and temper Equanimity
Ceremony of crowning a king Coronation
Chain of flowers ,leaves ribbons etc. Festoon
Collection of flowers Anthology
Compel to a course of action Coerce
Compensation of loss Indemnity
Complain or protest irritatingly Grudge /grumble
Concluding part of speech Peroration
Confused and disorderly Promiscuous
Conference for discussion on a subject Symposium
Confused struggle or fight Scrimmage
Copy or reproduction of a work Replica
Craze for flowers Anthomania
Cud-chewing animal Ruminant
Cut into small peaces Mince
Cutting or arm, leg, etc. By surgery Amputation
Cutting and gathering of grain Harvest
Difficult or dangerous situation Predicament
Done or obtained without payment or free of charge Gratuitous
Easily bending Supple
Equally sensitive to all colours Panchromatic
Express earnest disapproval of Deprecate
Expand and contract rhythmically Pulsate
Fastest speed of a horse Gallop
Felling of fear and disappointment Dismay
Feeling or impression that something evil is going to
happen
Presentment
Feeling that everything turns Giddiness
Fixed sum of money paid to somebody as income in his
lifetime
Annuity
Fond of new things Newfangled
Foolish love Infatuation
Forecast of the probable course of a disease or illness Prognosis

Gay and elegant dress or appearance Finery
Give more force or importance to Accentuate
Give something as a security for debt Pawn/mortgage
Having a common terminus or boundary Coterminous
Having a full , deep sound Sonorous
Having a similar nature, common interest Congenial
Having a vague desire Wistful
Having the same source or origin Cognate
Hiding of true feelings Dissimulation
In a primitive or uncivilized state Savage
Incur loss through some fault Forfeit
Identical in all respects Congruent
Indirect effect or remote effect of some event Repercussion
Instrument for measuring the intensity of light Photometer
Interrupt and ask troublesome questions Heckle
Interrupt the proceeding and demand a statement or
explanation from
Interrelate
Judicial process or order to stop something Injunction
Killing of one’s husband Mariticide
Lacking in sexual power or sufficient strength to do
something
Impotent
Loss of ability to use speech/understand Aphasia
Make a deep sound of pain Groan
Make desolate Devastate
Make (something misleading) additions to a book Interpolate
Military forces and their equipments Armament
Miscellaneous articles not listed separately Sundries
Money in form of coins Specie
Name derived from father’s name Patronymic
Natural tendency to do something Propensity
Noisy drinking party or merry making Carousal
Not shoeing proper respect Impertinent
Occurring here and there or now and then of or for all Sporadic
Of the daytime Diurnal
Of all sorts Omnifarious
One preying on or exploiting others Predator

One who arranges for the supply of food in a club, school
etc.
Steward
One who courts or woos a woman Suitor
One who explains a theory , idea etc. Exponent
One who habitually relapses into crime or one who
cannot be cured of criminal activities
Recidivist
One who has no means of live hood Pauper
One who makes an eloquent public speech Orator
One who spends one’s money recklessly Spendthrift/Prodigal
One who sells fruit, vegetables etc. From a barrow in the
streets
Grocer
One who shows lack of respect or religious reverence Impious
Page number of a book Folio
Pardon or forgiveness of sins by god Remission
Particular point of good conduct , ceremony honour Punctilio
Period of rest or sleep taken in the early afternoon Siesta
Person singing jointly with others Cosignatory
Person to whom another gives encouragement and help Protégé
Person who changes his religious belief Renegate/ Renegade
Personal belonging , equipments etc. Paraphernalia
Place for ideal peace and happiness Elysium
Place for public speaking Rostrum
Plead to obtain a favour Intercede
Pleasant or sharp to the taste Piquant
Practise of using abuse Scurrility
Presented in a forceful and convening manner Cogent
Principal raw material or commodity grown in a locality Staple
Put under the surface of water Submerge
Scatter things among others or place here and there Intersperse
Severe test of character or endurance Ordeal
Short saying expressing a general truth Maxim/proverb/dictum/adage
Smash to pieces Shatter
Something that is detested Anathema
Something which religion or custom regards as
forbidden

Taboo
State of unconscious Narcosis
Sticking together Coherent
Story told to illustrate a moral or spiritual truth Didactic
Stroke of good luck Fluke
Study of literature dealing with lives of saints Hagiology
Style in which a writer makes a display of his knowledge Ornate
Substance used in place of sugar Saccharin
Suffering from bodily or mental weakness because old
age
Senile
Suggest in addition to the fundamental meaning Connote
Suggest indirectly Insinuate
Suggesting absence of thought or intellect vacuous
System of religious worship Cult
That cannot be erased or removed Indelible
That cannot be weighed Imponderable
That easily changes into gas or vapour Volatile
That which can lessen the severity of (pain , disease) Palliative
That which cannot be doubted or questioned Unimpeachable
That which eats grass Herbivore /herbivorous
Thing to be added at the end of a book etc. Addendum
Theory of utility Pragmatism
Turn or wander away from the main topic Digress
Union of states, parties, or persons Confederacy
Use in an unworthy or wicked way Desecrate /defile
Use of public money for one’s own benefit Peculation/embezzlement
Way out for water or stream Outlet
Whole body of wage earners Proletariat
Wide spread violence Havoc
Witty clever retort Repartee
Word formed from initial letters of a name Acronym
Word made by changing the order of the letters in
another word
Anagram
Woven fabric richly ornamented with designs Brocade
Written law passed by the law making body Statute
Of a very short duration of period Transient

Not clearly expressed or understand Inscrutable
Area of land almost surrounded by sea Peninsula
Salt water lake separated from the sea by sand banks Lagoon
Person who caters to the rich Sycophant
One who doubts the soundness of inferences Aesthetic
An expression of mild disapproval Denigration
Art of poetry Ceramics
Extreme old age when a man behaves like a fool Dotage
A person who believes in fate Fatalist
A person who is above hundred years Centenarian
A book published after the death of its author Posthumas
A book written by an unknown author Anonymous
A cinema show which is held in the afternoon Matinee
A citizen of the world Cosmopolite
A contagious disease which spreads over a huge area Epidemic
A drug or other substance that induces sleep Soporific
A flesh eating animal Carnivorous
A game in which neither party wins Draw
A game in which no one wins Draw
A game or batter in which neither party wins Drawn/ Tie
A Government by a king or queen Monarchy
A Government by one Autocracy
A Government by the few Oligarchy
A Government by the Nobles Aristocracy
A Government by the officials Bureaucracy
A Government by the people Democracy
A Government by the rich Plutocracy
A grass eating animal Herbivorous
A great lover of books Bibliophile
A handwriting that cannot be read Illegible
A land animal that breeds in water Amphibian
A letter, poem etc. whose author is unknown Anonymous

ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION
A life history written by oneself Autobiography
A life history written by somebody else Biography
A list of books Catalogue

A list of names, books etc. Catalogue
A loss of damage that cannot be compensated Irreparable
A man devoid of kind feeling and sympathy Callous
A man who has too much enthusiasm for his own religion Fanatic
A man who is easily irritated Irritable
A medicine that kills germs Germicide
A medicine that prevents decomposing Antiseptic
A medicine to counteract the effect of another medicine Antidote
A member of the middle class Bourgeois
A method that cannot be imitated Inimitable
A pardonable offense Venial
A person appointed by parties to settle the disputes between them Arbitrator
A person difficult to please Fastidious
A person liable to be called to account for his action Answerable
A person supported by another and giving him/her nothing in return Parasite
A person who always thinks of himself; somebody who is selfish or selfcentered Egotist
A person who attacks first Aggressor
A person who believes easily whatever he is told Credulous
A person who believes that all events are pre-determined Fatalist
A person who cannot read or write Illiterate
A person who does not believe in the institution of marriage Misogamist
A person who has power over all Omnipotent
A person who hates women Misogynist
A person who imports or exports goods into or from a country secretly because
they are illegal Smuggler
A person who knows everything Omniscient
A person who loves every body Altruist
A person who readily believes whatever is told to him/her. Credulous
A person who remains unmoved and unaffected by other people's opinions,
suggestions Impervious
A person who rides on horse-back Equestrian
A person who speaks two languages Bilingual
A person with an evil reputation Notorious
A person's peculiar habit Idiosyncrasy
A place where orphans live Orphanage

A place where weapons and ammunitions are stored Arsenal
A position for which no salary is paid Honorary
A post held without receiving salary Honorary
A post which doesn Honorary
A remedy which never fails Infallible
A sentence whose meaning is unclear Ambiguous
A short message added on to the end of a letter after the signature Postscript
A shortened form of a word or phrase Abbreviation
A sound that cannot be heard Inaudible
A speech delivered without any previous preparation Extempore
A speech or a presentation made without previous preparation Extempore
A state of perfect balance Equilibrium
A statement which cannot be understood Incomprehensible
A study of ancient things Archaeology
A study of animals Zoology
A study of birds Ornithology
A study of derivation of words Etymology
A study of man Anthropology
A study of races Ethnology
A study of the body Physiology
A supposed cure for all diseases or problems Panacea
A thing no longer in use Obsolete
A thing that cannot be seen with human eyes Invisible
A thing that is fit to be eaten Edible
A word opposite in meaning to another Antonym
Absence of government Anarchy
All-powerful; possessing complete power and authority Omnipotent
An absolute government by one man Autocracy
An animal or a human being that eats any kind of food Omnivorous
An animal who preys on other animals Predator
An assembly of hearers at a lecture or concert Audience
An exact copy Facsimile
An office with high salary but no work Sinecure
Anything that leads to death Fatal
Assembly or parliament in which no party has got clear majority Hung
Belonging or pertaining to an individual from birth Congenital

Belonging to the Middle Ages Medieval
Belonging to the same period of time Contemporary
Celebration of a hundredth year, once Centenary
Cut off the head Behead
Destroy or get rid of something completely Eradicate
Do away with wholly Abolish
Free somebody from blame or guilt Exonerate
General pardon Amnesty
General pardon for political offenders Amnesty
Government by officials Bureaucracy
Government by the nobles Aristocracy
Government by the officials Bureaucracy
Government by the people Democracy
Handwritten book Manuscript
Hard but liable to be easily broken Brittle
Hater of mankind Misanthropist
Having opposing feelings Ambivalent
Impossible to change Incorrigible
Incapable of being dissolved in a liquid Insoluble
Incapable of being seized by attack Impregnable
Inscription on a tombstone Epitaph
Killer of one Matricide
Liable to be called to account Accountable
Life story of a man written by himself Autobiography
Life story of a man written by other Biography
Looking into one Introspection
Lover of mankind Philanthropist
Medical examination of a dead body Postmortem
Men living in the same age Contemporary
Misappropriation of money Embezzlement
Murder of a father Patricide
Murder of a human being Homicide
Murder of a mother Matricide
Murder of an brother Fratricide
Murder of an infant Infanticide
Murder of self Suicide

Murder of the king Regicide
Not applicable Irrelevant
Of a man showing feminine attributes Effeminate
Of a man or animal that feeds on its own species Cannibal
Of a person extremely desirous of money Avaricious
of a person who can use both hands equally well Ambidextrous
Of a person who cannot be pleased easily Fastidious
Of a person who easily believes whatever is told to him Credulous
Of animals feeding on flesh Carnivorous
Of animals feeding on grass and plants Herbivorous
Of animals living in flocks Gregarious
Of manners more like those of a woman than a man Effeminate
One incapable of being tired Indefatigable
One who always thinks himself to be ill Valetudinarian
One who believes in fate Fatalist
One who believes in God Theist
One who calculates premium Actuary
One who can do anything for money Mercenary
One who can make himself at home in all countries Cosmopolitan
One who can speak two languages Bilingual
One who can throw his voice Ventriloquist
One who cannot be corrected Incorrigible
One who cannot read or write Illiterate
One who changes sides Turncoat
One who copies from other writers Plagiarist
One who damages public property Vandal
One who dies without a Will Intestate
One who does not believe in the existence of God Atheist
One who does not care for art, literature etc Philistine
One who does not make mistakes Infallible
One who does something not professionally but for pleasure Amateur
One who doesn't know how to read and write Illiterate
One who doubts the existence of god Agnostic
One who eats too much Glutton
One who feels sympathetic towards human beings Humanitarian
One who goes on foot Pedestrian

One who has narrow and prejudiced religious views Bigot
One who has no money Pauper
One who has strange habits Eccentric
One who hates mankind Misanthrope
One who hates women Misogynist
One who helps others Good Samaritan
One who is a newcomer Neophyte
One who is all powerful Omnipotent
One who is difficult to please Fastidious
One who is easily deceived Gullible
One who is fond of sensuous pleasures Epicure
One who is greedy for money Avaricious
One who is indifferent to pleasure or pain Stoic
One who is new to a trade or profession Novice
One who is not easily pleased Fastidious
One who is out to subvert a government Anarchist
One who is present everywhere Omnipresent
One who is qualifies for election Eligible
One who is quite like a woman Effeminate
One who is recovering from illness Convalescent
One who is unable to pay his debts Insolvent
One who is unmarried Celibate
One who knows everything Omniscient
One who knows many languages Polyglot
One who lives in a foreign country Immigrant
One who looks on the bright side of things Optimist
One who looks on the dark side of things Pessimist
One who loves books Bibliophile
One who loves mankind Philanthropist
One who makes an official examination of accounts Auditor
One who pretends to be what he is not Hypocrite
One who pursues some art or sport as hobby Amateur
One who questions everything Cynic
One who speaks less Reticent
One who thinks only for oneself, a person who is selfish, self absorbed and self
centered Egoist

One who thinks only of himself Egoist
One who thinks only of welfare of women Feminist
One who works for free Volunteer
People living at the same time Contemporaries
People of noble families or the highest social class Aristocracy
People who work together Colleagues
Person who rides on horse-back Equestrian
Persons living in the same age Contemporaries
Practice of having one wife or husband Monogamy
Practice of having several husbands Polyandry
Practice of having several wives Polygamy
Practice of having two wives or husbands Bigamy
Recovering from illness Convalescent
Remarks which do not ally apply to the subject under discussion Irrelevant
Rule by the mob Mobocracy
Science of coins or medals Numismatics
Science of origin of universe Cosmology
Somebody or something with the same name as somebody or something else
Namesake
Somebody who doesn Vegetarian
somebody who eats human flesh Cannibal
Somebody who is considerably experienced in something Veteran
Somebody who works or serves only for personal profit Mercenary
Something said or done without preparation Extempore
Something that cannot be corrected Incorrigible
Something that cannot be imitated Inimitable
Something that has been determined beforehand Foregone
Something that is essential and cannot be dispensed with Indispensable
Something that is quickly and easily set on fire and burned Inflammable
Something that quickly catches fire Inflammable
Spoken or done without preparation Extempore
state of antagonism Hostility
Statements open to more than interpretation Ambiguous
Study of environment Ecology
Systematic study of election trends Psephology
That can be eaten Edible

That cannot be altered or withdrawn Irrevocable
That is prohibited by law Illicit
That through which light can partly pass Translucent
That through which light can pass Transparent
That through which light cannot pass Opaque
That which cannot be avoided Inevitable
That which cannot be believed Incredible
That which cannot be changed Irrevocable
That which cannot be conquered Invincible
That which cannot be cured Incurable
That which cannot be defended Indefensible
That which cannot be described Indescribable
That which cannot be explained Inexplicable
That which cannot be hurt Invulnerable
That which cannot be imitated Inimitable
That which cannot be noticed Imperceptible
That which cannot be practiced Impracticable
That which cannot be put into practice Impracticable
That which cannot be read Illegible
That which cannot be satisfied Insatiable
That which cannot be seen Invisible
That which does not bear the name of the writer Anonymous
That which is against law Illegal
That which is considered wrong or unacceptable by prevailing social standards
Illicit
That which is lawful Legal
That which is not likely to happen Improbable
That which is unlikely to happen Improbable
The act of killing an infant Infanticide
The action of looking back on past time Introspection
The area over which an official has control Jurisdiction
The branch of biology dealing with plant life Botany
The custom of having more than one husband at a time Polyandry
The custom of having more than one wife at a time Polygamy
The first speech made by a person Maiden
The killing of an infant Infanticide

The life story of a man written by himself Autobiography
The murder or murderer of one Fratricide
The period between childhood and adulthood Adolescence
The science which treats with life Biology
To date before the true time Antedate
To explain something mysterious or difficult Elucidate
To free somebody from all blame Exonerate
To give one Delegate
To go down in value Depreciate
To go from bad to worse Deteriorate
To increase the gravity of an offence or the intensity of a disease Aggravate
To increase the speed; to hasten the progress of Accelerate
To lay special stress on Emphasize
To rise in value Appreciate
To root out an evil, disease Eradicate
To take away some one Disenfranchisement
To take somebody away by force and hold him or her prisoner, usually for
ransom Kidnap
To transfer one's authority to another Delegate
To turn friends in enemies Alienate
To write under a different name Pseudonym
Very negative person Pessimist
Violating the sanctity of a church Sacrilege
Water fit for drinking Potable
Without life Inanimate
Without payment Gratis
Words which have the same meaning Synonyms
Words written on the tomb of a person Epitaph
Work for which no salary is paid Honorary
Worship of idols Idolatry
Name Subject
1. Abdurate Unmovable - stubborn - unyielding
2. Aborigines The original inhabitants of a country
3. Abridge to condense
4. Absolute Zero The standing point of absolute temperature where all molecular motion
eases.
5. Accelerate Cause to move faster
6. Acerose Needle shaped

7. Access Means of approaching
8. Acoustics Relating to sound
9. Acrophobia Pathological fear of high places
10. Acumen Superior mental acuteness
11. Adhoc For the purpose
12. Adolescence A stage of growth between boyhood and youth
13. Adulation Excessive devotion
14. Aerial Living in air
15. Aeronautics Science of flight of aeroplanes
16. Aesthetic A love of beauty
17. Affidavit A written statement given on oath
18. Affinity Having a natural attention to
19. Aggravate To make worse
20. Aglophoble A person who hates England
21. Agnostic One who thinks that everything is know through god only.
22. Alimony Money giving to a woman who divorces his husband.
23. Allegory Description of a subject with symbolical representation to another.
24. Allusive Having reference to something
25. Alluvial Sandy soil deposited by running water.
26. Alpinism Mountain climbing
27. Altimeter Instrument used for measuring altitudes in aircraft.
30. Altruist One who works for the good of others.
31. Amateur One who learns a subject as a hobby?
32. Ammeter Instrument used for measuring the electrical currents in amperes.
33. Amnesty General pardon of the offenses against gout.
34. Amoyan Strong and powerful woman.
35. Amphibian Living/ operating on land and water.
36. Amphibious Animals that can be live on land and water.
37. Ample Adequate or more than dequate - in extent, size etc.
38. Anachronism Comparing modern persons with ancient persons
39. Anachronism Something out of its proper time.
40. Anachronistic A word which can be interpreted in any way.
41. Anachronistic Set in wrong time or period.
42. Anesthetics Drugs causing unconsciousness such as chloroform.
43. Anaesthetist One who gives chloroform to a patient?
44. Analogy Relation - Relationship
45. Anarchist One who is out to destroy government.
46. Anarchist One who provokes disorder in a state.
47. Anatomist One who describes the parts of the human body.
48. Anatomy Study of sciences relating to the bodily structure of human.
49. Anile Like a weak old woman.
50. Animometer Instrument used for measuring the force and velocity of winds.
51. Annihilate Destroy utterly
52. Annuity Yearly grants - beings - animals and plants by way of disection.
53. Annular Ring shaped
54. Anodyne Pain reliever
55. Anonymus That which is written without name.
56. Antagonist Enemy - Antagonism

57. Anthropologist One who studies history relating to the development of man from
premetive ages.
58. Antibiotics Drugs which completely destroys bacteria.
59. Antiquarian A person who is interested in antiquities.
60. Aphelion The point in a planet’s orbits that tis farthest from the sun.
61. Apiary a bee house (Contains several hives).
62. Apirigee A point as above that is nearest to earth.
63. Apologist One who says sorry (Sorrow) for his mistakes.
64. Aporhtegm Words spoken by great men.
65. Apostasy To renounce one's faith or religion.
66. Apostate One who deserts his religion or principles.
67. Aqauntie Relating to water
68. Aquarium A thing where fishes are kept. One Word Substitution
69. Aquatic Living in water
70. Arbitrator One who is appointed by two parties & decide their difference.
71. Arboreal Living in trees
72. Arboriculture Cultivation of trees and vegetables.
73. Archaeologist One who studies human antiquities.
74. Archaism Using ancient Languages.
75. Archeologist One who make a scientific study of human antiquities.
76. Archipelago See which has number of small islands.
77. Archive That what is not in current use.
78. Aristocracy The rule by nobles.
79. Arsenal A place where weapons are manufactured and stored.
80. Articulate To pronounce Clearly.
81. Astronomy Study of heavenly bodies.
82. Atheist One who has no belief in god.
83. Atmosphere The air surrounding the earth’s.
84. Audible That which can be heard.
85. Audiometer Instrument used for measuring the intensity of sound.
86. Audio phone Instrument used for improving imperfect sense of hearing.
87. Aurora Austral is Southern lights
88. Aurura Borealis Northern lights.
89. Autocracy Absolute rule by one person.
90. Autocrat Who exercises absolute power?
91. Aviary A building for keeping - rearing and breeding of birds.
92. Avalanche A heavy mass of snow falling down a hill with great noise.
93. Avarice Greed - Inordinate desire to gain and hoard wealth.
94. Ballad A short narrative poem - adopted for writing and sighing.
95. Ballistics Science dealing with the motion of projectile likes rockets bombs &
shells.
96. Balmacaan A type of man's overcoat.
97. Barbarism Mixed Language
98. Barometer An apparatus used for measuring the atmospheric pressure.
99. Bellicose Ready to fight.
100. Benefactor Kindly helper. One who makes a request or endowment?
101. Benevolent Kind hearted
102. Bevy Group of girls or women larks. Flocks of quail.

103. Bibliographer One who writes big books.
104. Bibliography A list of books with details of authorship, editions, subject etc.
105. Bibliophile A lover book
106. Bibliophile One who loves the study of books.
107. Bifurcate Divided into two branches.
108. Bigamy The crime of having two life partners at a time.
109. Bilingual Spoken or written in two languages.
110. Biography Life of a person written by somebody.
111. Biologist One who studies the science of animals and plants.
112. Biota Animal and plant life of a religion or period.
113. Black Box An apparatus which records the fight data of an aeroplane and is also a
voice recorder.
114. Black binding Kidnapping for selling into slavery.
115. Blasphemer One who speakers evil - Impcous one - irrevirent one.
116. Blood Transfusion The process the transfusing blood of one person into blood stream of
another person.
117. Boat Wrighter Wagon maker
118. Bolo Large single - edged military knife - Machete
119. Botanist One who studies the science of plants
120. Boycott To abstain from buying or using
121. Boycott Unite to punish a person from association.
122. Brattle Easily broken
123. Buccal Of the check of the sides of the mouth.
124. Bureaucracy A gout in which the whole power is vested in officials.
125. Butcher One whose business to a slaughter cattle for food.
126. Bygamist One who has two wives?
127. Cacophonous Harsh or discordant sound.
128. Cadaver Dead body 128 Caduceus Emblem of medical profession and US army
medical corps.
130. Caliber Diameter of bore of gun - degree of merit.
131. Calligraphy Beautiful writing
132. Calorimeter An instrument used for measuring quantities of heat.
133. Canon Church law body of principles.
134. Carburetor An apparatus used in an internal combustion engine for charging air
with petrol vapour.
135. Cardiac Pertaining to the heart
136. Cardinal Of prime importance
137. Cardiograph A medical instrument for tracing heat movements.
138. Caries Dental decay
139. Cardiology Describe the habits, merits and demerits of a man by seeing his skull
craniologist.
140. Carnivore Flesh eater - dogs - cats - lions etc
141. Carnivorous An animal the eats human flesh.
142. Carrion Dead and putrefying flesh
143. Catastrophe Denotes the last stage of a tradegy.
144. Celibate One who resolved not to marry?
145. Centipede An insect with many legs.
146. Corvine Of deer’s or the deer family - Deer like.

147. Chagrien Vexation from humiliation or disappointment.
148. Chandelier Candle maker - Merchant - Dealer in supplies and provisions.
149. Chemotherapy Controls of infections by chemicals.
150. Chiaroscuro Distribution of light and shade in a picture.
151. Chiromancy Fortune telling through palm reading - palmistry.
152. Chronology Arrangements of events according to dates or times of occurrence.
153. Chronologer One who writes the details of transactions which made in a country?
154. Chronometer An instrument kept on board ship for measuring accurate time.
155. Cinematograph It contains a series of lenses arranged to throw on screen an enlarged
image of photography
156. Circumlocution A roundabout way of speaking.
157. Clarify Make clear.
158. Classic That which is acclaimed as an excellent work.
159. Clio Greek muse of history.
160. Coalesce Grow into one - Blend - unite - fuse.
161. Coercion Intimidation by threat or duress - forceful - compulsion.
162. Coeval Of the same age or duration - Contemporary with.
163. Cognomen Surname or nickname.
164. Colleagues Those who work in the same department.
165. Colleiny Complete with buildings and work - Caolmines.
166. Comatose In a coma - Lacking energy - Lethargic.
167. Comely Pleasing in appearance - fair - pretty.
168. Commentator Device for reversing direction of electrical current.
169. Compensation Money given for requisitioned property.
170. Concatinate Linked together
171. Concentric Having the same centre.
172. Conflagrative Combustible - flammable - inflammable
173. Connoisseur Me who is well versed in any subject a critical judge of any art
particularly fine arts.
174. Connoisseur Expert in art - the fine arts.
175. Contagious Disease A disease which spreads by contact.
176. Contemporary A man living in the same age with another.
177. Contemporary One who lives at the same time of another
178. Continent Restrained in regard to desires or passion - especially to sexual desires.
179. Convalescence The gradual recovery from illness.
180. Converge To meet in a point (Rays & illness).
181. Cooper Maker of casks or barrels.
182. Copy-right Exclusive right to publish a book.
183. Coral reef A chain of rocks laying at or near the sea.
184. Cosmopolitan One who is free from national limitations?
185. Castigate Correct by punishing.
186. Creditor One to whom a debt is owing.
187. Credulity Trust without proper evidence readiness to believe.
188. Credulous A person who readily believes others.
189. Credulous Too ready to believe
190. Cresco graph Instrument used for measuring the growth of plants.
191. Cresendo Gradual increase in force - volume - loudness.
192. Crisis Turning point of danger or disease.

193. Cryogenies Branch of physics dealing with very low temperature.
194. Cryptograph Secret writing.
195. Crystallography Science of crystallization.
196. Cul-De-Sac Dead end
197. Cygnet Young swan.
198. Cynosore Centre of interest - something that strongly attracts attention by its
brilliance.
199. Cytogenetic Cell formation.
200. Cytology Dealing with cells.
201. Debacle Sudden collapse - general break-up - violent rush.
202. Debtor One who owes money to another?
203. Decalogue Ten Commandments.
204. Decelerate Slow down.
205. Defendant One who issued by the plaintiff?
206. Deism Got birth and followed principles in a particular caste but telling, he is
not god.
207. Deist One who believes in the existence of god.
208. Delettante An admirer by the people.
209. Deliquesce Become liquid by absorbing moisture from the air - Melt away.
210. Dilettante One who takes up an art - dabbler - a lover of fine arts?
211. Deluge Anything that overwhelms like a flood - great flood - rain.
212. Democracy The gout formed by the people.
213. Demography Science of vital and social statistics.
214. Demonology Relating to devils - ghost and other terror things.
215. Depilate Remove hair from.
216. Dermatologist One who treates skin diseases.
217. Desiccate Dry thoroughly - Remove moisture from.
218. Despondent High - Spirited - Overflowing with enthusiasm - boiling up.
219. Detenu One who detained in custody.
220. Dialectical (s) Logical argumentation.
221. Dialysis The process for flood purification when the kidneys malfunction.
222. Dilemma A state of a person, who is asked to choose one of the two infavourable
things.
223. Dilemma Situation requiring a choice between equally undesirable alternatives perplexing problem.
224. Diminish Make or become smaller.
225. Diminuendo Gradual increase in force.
226. Dipsomania Irristible craving for alcoholic drinks.
227. Dissuade Persuade not to do something.
228. Dividend Sum payable as profit to an individual by a joint stock company.
229. Domicile A place where one lives permanently.
230. Dorsal Situated on bank.
231. Drinker's apparatus Instrument used to help breathing in infantile paralysis.
232. Dynamo The origin of electricity in a dynamo is the transformation of mechanical
energy into energy.
233. Earth's Atmosphere Is covering of air which surrounds of earth.
234. Ebullient Situated on the abdominal side.
235. Eccentric That which is not placed centrally.

236. Ecclesiologist One who studies the science relating to the church?
237. Eclectic Persons with unusual or odd personality.
238. Eclogue A pastoral poem.
239. Ecology Study of plants or of animal or of people or of institutions in relation to
environment.
240. Edible That which is fit to be eaten.
241. Effeminate A person who is a womanish in his habit.
242. Effeminate One who possess the quantities of woman.
243. Egoeism Selfishness - opposed to altruism.
244. Egoism Speaking too much of one self.
245. Egoist One who speaks using I and me always.
246. Elastic One which rescemes its normal shape and size after the stress is
releases.
247. Electrometer Instrument used for measuring electricity.
248. Elegiac Expressing sorrow or lamentation.
249. Elegy A lament for the dead.
250 .Elixir Not clerical.
251. Ellipsis The omission from a sentence of a work or words that would comple
the construction.
252. Etymology Science relating to the formation and development of words.
253. Etymology Which describes the birth of a particular word.
254. Embeyyle Divert money fraudulently to one's own use.
255. Emeritus Honorably discharged from service.
256. Emetic Inducing vomiting - something that induces vomiting.
257. Emollient Soothing to living tissue.
258. Empiricism Belief based on experience or observation.
259. Encomium Formal expression of high praise - eulogy.
260. Encroach Make inroads on others property.
261. Endemic A disease which becomes prevalent in a particular area on account of
its surroundings conditions.
262. Enduring Long lasting.
263. Enjoin Direct or order someone to do something.
264. Ethnologist One who studies the science of the varieties of human race.
265. Entomologist One who studies about insects?
266 .Ephemeral Transitory - short lived - lasting a very short time.
267. Epicenter (Of Eparch Quack) is the point at which earthquake breakout.
268. Epicure A person who is very fond of sensors enjoyments.
269. Epicure One who prefers sensual pleasure
270. Epidemic A disease which attacks many people in a particular area in one time.
271. Epilogue A poem of speech at the end of the play.
272. Epilogue A short speech at the end.
273. Epiphangi An appearance or manifestation.
274. Equanimity Evenness of mind or temper.
275. Equigravisphere A point in space where the gravity is constant.
276. Equine Of horses - horse like - a horse.
277. Equinox Time of equal day and night - about March 21 and September 21.
278. Equinox When days and nights are equal (March21 - September).
279. Esoteric known only a few - Reconcile.

280. Estivate Penacea.
281. Estuary A broad channel formed by joining of the sea and river water.
282. Ethologist One who studies the science of character.
283. Etiology Study of causation. The study of the cause of disease.
284. Etymologist One who studies derivations of words - history of linguistic change.
285. Eulogy Speech or writing that praises - High praise - Encomium.
286. Euphimism Soften expression.
287. Euphony Meladious music.
288. Euphony Pleasant sound.
289. Euthanasia Marey killing - painless death - to relieve suffering.
290. Euthanasia Mercy killing - painless death to relieve suffering.
291. Euthenics Science of improving the environment.
292. Exaggerate Describe a thing beyond limits of truth.
293 .Exosphere This is a outere most zone of the atmosphere and beings at about 40
miles above earth.
294. Exobiology Science dealing with life or possibilities of life existing beyond the
earth.
295. Exegesis Critical explanation or interpretation.
296. Exemplary Fit to be……….
297. Exorcism Slogan to derive or get out of the dragon.
298 .Exodus Departure - Emigration (Usually of a large number of people).
299. Exonerate Free from blame - Exculpate.
300. Explicit Fully and clearly expressed.
301. Extempore Speech delivered without any preparation.
302. Extempore That which is done or spoken without any preparation.
303. Extinguish To make extineat.
304. Etymologists One who studies the science and origin of words.
305 Fanatic One who passes interest in religion.
306. Fatalism Religion that which believes that god is everything.
307. Fathom Understand fully - unit of length equal to six feet.
308. Fathometer Instrument used for measuring the depth of the ocean.
309. Fauna Animals of a given region or period.
310. Fealthy Sworn allegiance to a lord.
311. Fiduciary Of the relationship between a trustee and his principal.
312. Fertile That which is productive.
313. Fetish Amulet object believed to have magic power.
314. Filly A young female horse.
315. Fission Cleaving or splitting into parts.
316. Flock Animals such as birds, sheep and goats keeping together in large
number.
317. Flora Plants of a particular region or period.
318. Flotsam The thing which comes out from sea (Cannot stay in water).
319 Fluctuating Moving to & fro.
320. Flux Continuous change - instability - fusion.
321. Footed pad Robber, who goes on foot.
322. Formidable That which is heard tobe resisted.
323. Fortissimo Very loud.
324. Fragile That which can be easily broken.

325. Funambulist A rope dancer - who walks on thread.
326. Funge A class of plants which have no chlorophyll.
327. Fussion Uniting by meting together.
328. Galvanize Startle into sudden activity - to coat with zinc.
329. Galvanometer A glass tube for measuring volume changes in chemical reactions
between glasses. 330. Gambrel Type of roof.
331. Gastronomy Relating to taste (Food taste).
332. Gender Male goose
333. Genealogist One who traces the history of the descent of families.
334. Genealogy Heredity, Hereditary
335. Genocide international destructions of racial groups.
336. Genuine Authentic - free from pretense.
337. Geologist One who studies the internal structure of the earth (crust).
338. Germicide Medicine that kills germs.
339. Geysers There are natural hot water springs.
340. Glacier A huge mass of snow moving slowly down the valley and stapes.
341. Glaciers Mass of lic. Formed by snow on mountains moving slowly along valley.
342. Gnosticism One type of yoga (Gymnastics).
343. Government Connoisseur of choice food.
344. Graminuiorous Animals that feed on grass.
345. Gregarious Animals living in flocks.
346. Gynaecologist One who treates femal diseases.
347. Haemarrhage Escape of blood to the ruptures of blood vescles inside the body.
348. Hagiology Relating to kings Hagiographic.
349. Heirarchy Any system of persons or things passed on to other.
350. Heiroglyphic Pictographic script.
351. Herbivore Plant eater - hoofed mammals.
352. Herbivorous Animals eating herbs.
353. Hiatus Gap Missing part - Break in continuity - lacuna.
354. Hibernate To spend the winter in a dormant state.
355. Hedonist One who devotes himself to pleasure.
356. Histrionics Acting - Artificial behavior or speech done for effect.
357. Hodge- Podge Heterogeneous mixture - Jumble.
358. Holocaust A sacrifice totally concerned by fire - Devastation.
359. Holography Making of true - three dimensional photographs by use of laser beams.
360. Homely Not beautiful - unattractive - plain.
361. Homogenous Things which are of the same kind and of the same dimensions.
362. Homologous Corresponding having same or similar relation.
363. Homophone Word pronounced the same as, but different in meaning spelled the
same way hood.
364. Horologist One who sturdiest the art of clock making.
365. Horticulture An art of garden cultivation.
366. Hostage Persons given to another as pledge.
367. Hullabaloo Clamorous noise or disturbance - Uproar.
368. Hibernation Condition of sleep during certain parts of the year.
369. Hybrid Anything derived from heterogeneous sources.
370. Hydraulics Study of water or other liquid in Motion.
371. Hydrographer One who knows the positions of lands and draws the maps.

372. Hydrographer One who knows the positions of lands.
373. Hydrography Description of oceans and lands and the oceans.
374. Hydrometer Instrument used for measuring the specific gravity of liquids.
375. Hydrophobia It is usually caused by the bite of mad dog.
376. Hydrophobia Rabies disease (Dog's bite) disease of water.
377. Hydrophone Instrument used for recording sound under water.
378. Hydroponics Culture of plants without soil, with the help of chemical solutions
containing nutrients.
379. Hydrostatics Relating to water.
380. Hydrotropic Turning towards or away from moisture.
381. Hygrometer Instrument used for measuring humidity in air.
382. Hymn Song in praise of god.
383. Hyperbola Curve with two distinct and similar branches.
384. Hypercriticism Ver micro criticism, Deep criticism.
385. Ichthyologist An expert in fishes.
386. Ichthyology Study of fishes.
387. Iconoclast Destroyer of imags, attached on traditions.
388. Iconography Teaching by pictures and models.
389. Iconolater Worshipper of idols or images.
390. Idol Favorite - Any person or thing devotedly or excessively admired.
391. Igloo Eskeemos home shaped hut or native house.
392. Igneous Of or about fire produced under intense heat.
393. Ill omened Ill fated - Unlucky
394. Illegible That which is incapable of being read.
395. Illicit Unlicenced - unlawful
396. Imago An adult insect.
397. Immiscible Incapable of being mined.
398. Immutable Unchangeable - unattarable - changeless.
399. Implieit Not fully and clearly expressed implied.
400. Imply Indicate without express statement.
401. Impregnable That which cannot be taken by force.
402. Improbable That which is not likely to happen.
403. Impromptive Made or done without previous preparation - Extemporaneous.
404. Inattentive Not giving proper attention.
405. Inaudible That which cannot be heard.
406. Incarcerate Imprison
407. Incarnadine Blood red - crimson - flesh coloured - pale pink.
408. Incinerate Burn - Reduce to ashes.
409. Incognito Travelling under a name other than one's own.
410. Incombustible Not inflammable
411. Incompatible Persons who cannot work or live together in harmony.
412. Incomprehensible That which cannot be understood.
413. Iconoclast A destroyer of images.
414. Incorrigible Incapable of being corrected.
415. Incorruptible Incapable of being breded or prevented.
416. Incredible That which cannot be believed.
417. Incriminate Change with a crime or fault.
418. Incumbent Holding of an office - obligatory.

419. Indescribable That which is impossible to describe adequately.
420. Inditible Impression (of pen - pencil etc.) which can be removed.
421. Inescapable That which cannot escape from.
422. Inevitable Sometimes which cannot fail to come to pass.
423. Inexplicable That which cannot be explained.
424. Infallible Exempt from error - unfailing in effectiveness.
425. Infallible That which is incapable of errings.
426. Infanticide Murder or infants.
427. Infections That (disease) which is liable to spread.
428. Inflammable That which sets on fire easily.
429. Inimitable That which cannot be………….
430. Inpenetrable That which cannot be passed through.
431. Insulation The sun's energy
432. Insoluble That which cannot be disolved in liquid.
433. Insomia Loss of sleep.
434. Inspiration Inhalation taking fair into lungs - stimulus.
435. Insuremountable That which cannot be surmounted.
436. Interdiction Prohibition prevention from participation in certain sacred acts.
437. Interjection A word exclamation
438. Interxist Medical student receiving training in a hospital.
439. Intractable That which cannot be controlled easily.
440. Invertebrate An insect which lays many eggs.
441. Invertibrate Without a backbone - without strength of characters.
442. Invincible That which cannot be defeated.
443. Invisible That which cannot be seen.
444. Invulnerable Incapable of being wounded.
445. Ionosphere Ionosphere extends to a height of 50 to 400 miles about the earth.
446. Ireevocable A decision on which one cannot go back.
447. Isobel Is a contour lines of equal rainfall.
448. Isohyets Are contour lines of equal rainfall.
449. Isthamas A narrow strip of land connecting two larger land masses.
450. Itinerate One who journeys from place to place.
451. Jayhawker Plendering marauder
452. Jocobinism Those who does not agree man as a kind (All are equal).
453. Joule A meascere of work or energy.
454. Judicious Characterised by good judgement - wise - sensible.
455. Jurispredence Science of law.
456. Jurist Judge one who is genius in Justice.
457. Kannal Shelter for house - dog.
458. Kinetic Of motion - characterized by motion.
459. Kleptomania Irreristible impulse to steal.
460. Labial Of the lips.
461. Lacomic Expressing much words in few words.
462. Lactometer Instrument used for detecting purity of milk.
463. Laic Low spirited
464. Larva Immature stage of an insect - any animal in an analogous immature
form.
465. Lasciuious Lewd - wanton - arousing sexual desire.

466. Latitudenarian One who behaves as he likes - Latitudenarianism.
467. Lax Careless - Negligent - Loose - vogu - not rigid.
468. Laxative A medicine used to losen bowels.
469. Laxicography Making or writing the dictionary (Laxicographer).
470. Leap Year A year of 366 days, occuring every fourth year in christian calender.
471. Leedward The side toward which the wind blows - the sheltered side.
472. Legacy Legal property left by the predecessor.
473. Lenindraper Cloth seller (merchant).
474. Leonine Of or about lines - Resembling a tion.
475. Lepidopterist One who studies fulterflies and moths.
476. Lettoral Of the shore - a costal region.
477. Levity Lightness of character - mind or behaviour.
478. Lewd Characterised by lust - Vulgar - Obscene.
479. Lexicologist One who studies the history and meaning of words.
480. Liar A person who rarely speaks the truth.
481. Limpid Transparent (as water, air) - clear.
482. Linguist one who studies the science of languages.
483. Lithe Easily bent - Flexible - pliant.
484. Lithography The stone for bethography is called naparage.
485. Lithologist One who studies the science of rocks and minerates.
486. Lithotomist One who removes the stones from penis (Lethotomy).
487. Loyenge Figure with four equal sides.
488. Lucid Clear - bright - easily understood.
489. Luminescent Characterised by light not caused by incandescence.
490. Lustful unrestrained in regard to sexual desires - Motivated by lust.
491. Lutanist Lyrist
492. Machete Heavy knife used for cutting undergrowth or cane.
493. Macroscopic Large enough to be observed by the nake eye.
494. Magnetosphere This is the earth's magnetic belt. It extends to about 40,000 miles.
495. Magnify To make anything appears larger.
496. Malefactor Criminal - evildeor - offender
497. Malign Defame - Valify
498. Malingening Avoiding duty through pretense of illness.
499. Manometer Instrument used for determining the pressure of a glass.
500. Mansard Type of slooped roof.
501. Manual Energy turned out by human hands.
502. Manumission Releasing from slavery - Freeing - release.
503. Mariner's Compass An apparatus used by sailer to tell them the direction.
504. Marital Of or about marriage
505. Marrow In most or essential part
506. Martinet Street discplinarian
507. Martyrology One who died for religion.
508. Matriarchy A state which the succession is through women alone.
509. Matricide Murder of mother
510. Medieval Of the Middle ages.
511. Mellifluous Sweetly flowing - Sweet sounding.
512. Meradian Highest point - Midday
513. Metallurgist One who specialist in medals.

514. Metempsychosis Re-birth
515. Methonymy Figures of speech - use of name of one subject.
516. Microphone Instrument used for converting the sound waves into electrical vibration
and thus to magnify the sound
517. Microscope Instrument used for magnifying minute object by lens systems.
518. Microtome Instrument for solicing materials for microscope examination.
519. Millenium Thousand years - period general happiness.
520. Misanthrope One who hates all mankind.
521. Misanthropist One who hates mankind.
522. Miscegenation Marriage between those of different races.
523. Misogamist One who hates women.
524. Misogymist One who hates marriage.
525. Misologist A hater of learning and knowledge.
526. Monogamist One who dislikes not to second marriage - Honogymy.
527. Moraine A deposit of graval and other materials carried by a glacier.
528. Moralist One who tells about moral.
529. Mortuary A building where dead bodies are kept.
530. Mummer Actor - pantominist
531. Mundane Of everyday concerns of the word - Banal - Common.
532. Mutant Result of changes - Sudden departure from parent type.
533. Myopia Short sightness. A myopia man cannot see distant objects.
534. Mythology Mythologist
535. Nadir Lowest point
536. Naïve Lacking experience
537. Narcotic Drug that dulls to nerves systems.
538. Necrologist One who makes a record of deaths.
539. Necromancy Divination through communication with the dead - Witchcraft.
540. Necropolis A cemetery.
541. Nephew The son of sister or brother.
542. Nephrologist Kidney specialist
543. Nepnologist One who studies the clouds.
544. Nepotism Favouritism or patronage based on family relationship.
545. Neurologist One who makes a study of the nurves.
546. Neurotic One affected with an emotional disorder involving anxiety.
547. Nicie The daughter of brother or sister.
548. Niobe Mythological figures symbolizing sorrow.
549. Nomads A tribe & people wandering from place to place.
550. Nonfeasance Ommissio of some act which out to have been performed.
551. Nosology Methodology of finding the disease.
552. Nostrum Quack medicine. Favourite remedy.
553. Numismaties Coins and medals
554. Numismatist Coin and medal collection.
555. Obese Excessively fat - overweight.
556. Obituary Notice of death (in news papers).
557. Obliterate Destroy completely remove all traces.
558. Obsidion Dark volcanic
559. Obsolete That which made out of date.
560. Obstetrics Branch of medicines dealing with pregnancy.

561. Obvious That which is clear to eye or mind.
562. Odometer Instrument used to measure the distance covered by wheeled vehicles.
563. Odontograph Teeth
564. Olfactory Of the sense of smell.
565. Oligarchy Govt. by flow or by a dominent elique.
566. Omnicient One who is having the knowledge of everything (god).
567. Omnipotent That which is powerfull & all (god).
568. Omnipresent That which is present everwhere (god).
569. Omniscient All knowing
570. Omnivore Plant and meat eater - human - bears etc.
571. Omnivorous that (animal) which eats food of all kinds.
572. Oncologist Specialist in tumors and cancers.
573. Opaque That which is not transparent.
574. Ophidian About snakes
575. Opprobrium Disgrace resulting from outrageously, shameful conduct infany.
576. Opthalmia Inflammation of the eyes.
577. Opthalmologist One who treates eye diseases.
578. Optimism The doctrine the everything in nature is for one's good.
579. Optimist One who always sees the bright side of things.
580. Orinthologist One who studies birds.
581. Orinithology Study of birds.
582. Orology Study of mountains
583. Orphan A child who is without both parents.
584. Ortheopist Onwe who pronounce too clearly.
585. Orthodox Confirming to attitudes - Principles that are generally approved.
586. Orthography Art of correct spelling.
587. Oscillating To make like pendulum (to and fro).
588. Osteology Relating to bones.
589. Osteology Study of boans.
590. Ostracism Sacrifying for country.
591. Otologist Ear specialist
592. Ouine Of or about sheep
593. Ouiparous Producing eggs that mature and hetch outside of the body.
594. Outnumbered Exceeded in number
595. Pacific Peaceful
596. Pacuniary Financial - relating to money.
597. Padestrianism To much walking power.
598. Paidiatrician One who treates children's diseases.
599. Palentology Study of past life forms through fossils.
600. Palindrome A word line verse etc., reading the same backward as forward.
601. Palmistry Chiromancy
602. Panacea A medicine for all diseases.
603. Panteism Religion that which believes that god is everywhere.
604. Paraffin An inflammable waxy substance used for preserving.
605. Parasite one who lives at the expense of others.
606. Pariodontea Dentistry dealing with the gums and connective tissues and bonus s
urroundings a tooth.
607. Parricide Murder of one's parent.

608. Pathologist One who makes a study of diseases.
609. Pathologist One who studies the science of diseases.
610. Patrician Of high birth - noble - Aristocratic.
611. Patrimoney Heritage from one's father or other ancestor.
612. Patriotism One who loves his country.
613. Pauperism Poverty
614. Pedestrian One who goes too much on foot.
615. Pedodontia Dealing with care of chindren's teeth.
616. Peianessimo Very soft.
617. Pelt Hide or skin of an animal.
618. Peltmonger One who sells the skins of animals.
619. Penacea A remedy for all disease.
620. Peninsula It is a stretch of land almost surrounded by water.
621. Penurious Extremely poor
622. Perehilion The point as below - the nearest the sun.
623. Perguisiles Fringe benefits - or bonuses granted on employees - Additional to
regular wages.
624. Peripatetic Walking from one place to another. .
625. Permissible That which can be allowed.
626. Persuassion Inducing belief through appeal to reason and understanding.
627. Peruse Read - Read critically or throughly.
628. Pesimism The doctrine that the world is bad.
629. Pessimist One who always sees the dark side of things.
630. Philanthropist One who sells the skins of animals.
631. Philatelist One who studies and collects stamps.
632. Philately Stamp collecting
633. Philogymy Fondness of woman.
634. Philology Science of languages.
635. Philonthropist One who works for one's follow men.
636. Phonograph Instrument used for reproducing sound.
637. Phonologist One who studies the systems of sounds in a language and the history of
their changes.
638. Photometer Instrument used for measuring the intensity of light.
639. Photosphere The visible yellow face of sun.
640. Photosynthesis Process by which green plants manufacture food.
641. Phytogeny Origin and growth of plants.
642. Piscine Of fish or like fish or fishes.
643. Placebo Substance having no pharmacological effect given to soothe or appease
the polient.
644. Plagiarism Act of stealing from the writings of others plageorists.
645. Plagiarism The crime of literacy theft.
646. Plebeian Commin place - vulgar - belonging to the common people.
647. Pliable That which can be easily bent.
648. Plutocracy Rule of the welthy persons.
649. Pointillism A technique of painting using dots of colour.
650. Polari meter Instrument used for measuring optical activity.
651. Polyandry The practice of having more than one husband.
652. Polygamy Who has number of wives?

653. Polyglot One who knows several languages?
654. Polygamy The crime of having two spourses at a time.
655. Polyhymnia The muse of the sacred music and dance.
656. Polytheism One who prays number of gods - polytheist.
657. Pomology Fruits
658. Pornography Writing - painting or photography describing sex in such a manner as to
arouse abuser passions and exited impressionable minds.
659. Poser One who poses puzzle or baffling?
660. Post Mortem Examination of body after death.
661. Posthumous A book published after its author's death. Or a child born after his
father's death.
662. Potable That which can be drunk.
663. Potentiometer Instrument used for comparing electromotive force.
664. Potlatch Distribution of gifts - ceremonial in native.
665. Pragmatic Having a practical point of view.
666. Precacious That which is prematurely developed.
667. Presto Rapid Immediately - At a rapid tempo.
668. Prism A transparus solid body used for dispersing light into a spectrum for
reflecting rays and light.
669. Proboscis An elephants trunk - anylong.
670. Procrastimation Putting off till another time - Deferring - delaying.
671. Prodigy One with extraordinary talent or ability something wonderful.
672. Proliferation Excessive - Rapid spread.
673. Prosthesis An artificial part to supply a defect of the body.
674. Provenance Place of origin - source.
675. Prudercy Excessive modesty.
676. Pseudonymous That which is written under false name.
677. Psychedelic Drugs Drugs which produce a mental state of great calm.
678. Psychiatrist One who treats the diseases of mind.
679. Psychologist One who studies the science of mind
680. Psychotic Person with a serve mental disorder or having disease affecting total
personality.
681. Physiognomy Denotes about the man by seeing his face.
682. Puberty Age of sexual maturation
683. Pulmonary Of the lungs.
684. Pupa Stage between larva and imago in an insect.
685. Purblind Dim sighted - partially blind - slow in imagination.
686. Purveyance Act of supplying provisions.
687. Pyromania Compulsion to set things on fire.
688. Pyrometer Instrument used for recording high temperatures from a great distance.
689. Quack Fraudulent pretender of medical skills.
690. Quadruped Four legged animal.
691. Quaff Drink copiously and hearty.
692. Quagmire A situation from which extrication is very difficult.
693. Quietisms One who always be quite - Quitist.
694. Quotidian Daily - Everyday - Ordinary - Recurring daily.
695. Raconteur One skilled in telling stores or aneedotes.
696. Radio Meter Instrument used for measuring the emission of radiant energy.

697. Rain Guage An apparatus used for recording rainfall at a particular place.
698. Rallentando Gradually slowing tempo.
699. Ransom Amount to be paid for the release of a prisoner.
700. Refugee One who takes shelter from dangers?
701. Regicide Killing of the kind - Killer of king. 702 Renal Of or about kidneys
703. Replenish Supply with fresh fuel - refill.
704. Requiem Abymn for the bed a funeral song.
705. Roister Swaggering boisterous manner - Revil noisely.
706. Saccharimeter Instrument used for determining the amount of sugar in solution (used
in Breweries).
707. Sadist One who takes pleasure in the cruel treatment of one's spouse?
708. Salubrious Healthful - favorable to health.
709. Salutatory Welcoming address at a commencement.
710. Sanguinary Blood thirsty - characterized by bloodshed.
711. Sartorial Of or about tailors or tailoring.
712. Savanna Grassland with scatered trees.
713. Scavenger Animals that feed on dead organic matter - a street cleaner.
714. Scepter Emblem of regal power - A rod - Sovereignty.
715. Scepticism Hesitation - doubt something about.
716. Seisomograph Instrument used for recording earthquake shocks.
717. Seismology Study of earthquakes.
718. Senile Referring to loss of faculties due to old age.
719. Septic Blood poisioning.
720. Sericulture Silkworm breeding
721. Serif A small limited used to finish off the main stroke of a letter.
722. Serigraph A point made by the silk - screen process.
723. Sexagenarin One who completed his sixty years of age - Sexagesima (Festival).
724. Shallow Having little depth.
725. Shew Ill tempered women.
726. Simultaneous Taking place at the same time.
727. Single- Minded having a single purpose.
728. Skin To read in a cursory way.
729. Slander False report maliciously uttered to person's in jury.
730. Slang Words to abuse others.
731. Sloth Indolense - laziness - a sluggish arboreal animal.
732. Sociology Social problems and human process.
733. Solecism Individism
734. Solicism Breech of goods manners.
735. Solilogy Talking as if aline - utterance by a person talking to himself.
736. Soma Body as opposed to psyche.
737. Somnambulism Walking in sleep - somnambulist.
738. Sonometer Instrument used to study the behaviour of vibrating strings.
739. Sophism a fallacious argument
740. Soporific Causing to sleep - Of or about sleep - Drowsy.
741. Sororicide Killings of one's sister - one who kills one's sister.
742. Spatula An implementation with a broad - flat - usually flexible blade.
743. Spectrometer Instrument used for measuring the nergy distribution of a particular
type of radiation.

744. Speedometer Instrument which indicates the speed at which a vehicle is moving.
745. Spelunking Cave exploration
746. Spelunking Cave exploration
747. Spherometer Instrument used for measuring curvature of surfaces.
748. Spinster Elderly unmarried woman.
749. Spoor A track or trail of an animal.
750. Squall A sudden violent wind - often accompanied by rain - snow.
751. Stability Resistance of change - permanence.
752. Steer A castrated bill
753. Stethoscope Instrument used by physicians to hear and analyze movements of heart
and lungs.
754. Stoic One who is indifferent to pleasure or pain.
755. Strategy The way in which an army is led to war by its general.
756. Suavity Wordless - Smoothly agreeable manners.
757. Suicide To put an end to one's own life.
758. Sumptuary Pertaining to regulations of expenses.
759. Sundog A mock sun
760. Supersonic Greater speed, than that of sound.
761. Syzygy Conjection of any two of the heavenly bodies.
762. Tobacconist One who sells tobacco, snuff etc.
763. Tachometer Instrument used for determining speeds of aeroplanes and motor boats.
764. Taranomy Classification - espicially of plants and animals - laws and principles of
such classification.
765. Taulignt Height from the sky when the sun is below the horizon either in
morning or evening.
766. Teetotaler One who left the habit of drinking.
767. Telepathy Communication between two minds at a distance with the help of
emotions, thoughts and feelings.
768. Telescope An apparatus used for observing distant objects.
769. Topography One who describes about a particular place - Topography.
770. Terrines Mental weariness from want of occupation.
771. Termagant Devil, Ghost
772. Terminus The end of journey
773. Terrestrial Living on land
774. Tetrahedron A solid figure - a triangular pyramid.
775. Theodallete An instrument used for measuring horizontal and vertical angles.
776. Theogony The generation of gods.
777. Therapeutic Treatment and curing of disease - curative.
778. Thermocouple Instrument based on thermo electricity used for measuring
temperatures.
779. Thermostat Instrument used to regulate temperature to a particular degree.
780. Tologist One who makes a study of coins and medals
781. Torque That which produces rotation or torsion.
782. Tort A civil wrong (except for breach of contract) for which the injury party is
entitled to compensation.
783. Toxology Study of poisons and antidotes.
784. Transient Lasting only for a short interval.
785. Translucent that which allows only a part of the light to pass.

786. Transparent A media through things behind it can be seen clearly.
787. Trifle A thing of no importance.
788. Triptych A picture or carving in three compartments, side by side.
789. Troposphere The atmosphere layer closet to the Earth.
790. Typhoons Tempestuous storms occurring between July and October - Japan,
Philippines.
791. Typographer A painter, Typography
792. Tyro Beginner in learning
793. Ultimatum Final words declaring war.
794. Ultrasonic Means frequency is excess of about 20,000 cycles per second.
795. Unanimous That which is accepted by one and all.
796. Understatement Less strong expression than the facts would bearout.
797. Undulating Going up and down alternatively.
798. Unique Having no like or equal.
799. Unprecedented That which did not happen before.
800. Unsociable Averse to mining in society.
801. Un sophiscated That which is not artificial.
802. Untenable That which cannot be maintained.
803. Ursine Of or about bears.
804. Usury The leading of money with an excessive charge for its use.
805. Valedictory A farewell - an occasion of leave - taking.
806. Vector Direction or couse followed by an airplane, or a missile.
807. Ventral Stupid person - Blockhead - Dull.
808. Verbatim Exactly in the same words.
809. Verbose Wordly
810. Viscometer Instrument used to measure viscosity.
811. Veteran One who has a long service or experience in any department or society.
812. Virago An ill - tempered scolding woman.
813. Virginity A state of complete continue on the part of a women.
814. Virology Study of viruses.
815. Viviparous Producing living young from the body instead from eggs.
816. Vulnerable That which can be wounded or penetrated.
817. Ward One who stands as a legal guardian to a minor.
818. Wardrobe Place where cloths are kept
819. Whence From what place - source origin.
820. Windward Towards the direction from which the winds blows - the side from which
the wind blows.
821. Wright Construction workman
822. Xanthic Yellow - Yellowish color.
823. Xenophobia Hatred of foreigners or that which is stranger.
824. Zealot Fanatic
825. Zenith Highest point
826. Zoologist One who studies the science of history of animals of mountains till it
melts after passing the snow line.

Serial Sentence One Word Meaning Pronunciation

1 One who is unmarried Celibate अ�

�हत

�रफट

2 One who believes in fate Fatalist ब �म द� पट�र�ट
3 Sleep enjoyed in the afternoon Siesta द ऩहय

यभ

�ट

4 A speech delivered without any previous preparation Extempore त �

�र

5 Language which is confused and unintelligible Jargon अन ऩ

नऩ

�न

7 The action of looking back on past time Introspection अ�तय�

�ट इ�� �ऩ� न

6 One who is fond of sensuous pleasures Epicure य� म

�ऩ�मय

8 One who has no money Pauper �नध�न भन�म ऩ ऩय

9 One who can do anything for money Mercenary र र
10 A man whose wife is dead Widower � धय �

,� य

अय

ट�

11 A place where dead bodies are kept Mortuary भद �घय भ � य�

� ट

12 One whose business is to find out criminals Detective
13 One who is quite like a woman Effeminate ��

इपभ�नट

14 A government run by a dictator Autocracy त न

ह�

इ��ट�ऩय�

भ �नय�

�ट

ट�

य �म �न

15 A place for sick people who need long period of treatment or rest Sanatorium
16 One who possesses several talents or gifts Versatile ��तब
�त

17 One who prepares plans for buildings Architect
18 A great lover of books Bibliophile ऩ�त



र�

�ट इर

� � ट�ट

� भ �फ�र�अप इर

19 A person who talks too much Garrulous फ तन

यर

20 A raised place on which offerings are made to a god Altar द�

�टय

21 A place where fishes are kept Aquarium भछर�घय अ� य�अभ

22 One who tests eyesight and sells spectacles Optician �भ फन न
23 One who deals in wines Vintner

इन



�म ऩ य� � ��नय

�ट न

24 A person in charge of a museum Curator अ�म� �मय टय
25 One who journeys to a holy place Pilgrim त � म �

�ऩ��भ

27 The science of animal life Zoology �



26 A building where animals are killed for meat Abattoir फ
� � न

न ऐफ� य

28 An instrument for recording earthquakes Seismograph ब �ऩ र

इ�भ� प

फ य

29 One who kills animals and sells their flesh Butcher

30 One who makes or sells eye – glasses Optician �भ फन न



31 One who breaks into a house to commit theft Burglar �धभ य फ�र�य
32 Rule by one person Monocracy त न

ह� भन �

33 One who treats heart diseases Cardiologist �दमय





34 One who studies the formation of the earth Geologist ब-� � न
35 The crime of killing a king Regicide नऩह त य



36 A number of people following a funeral Cortege
37 That which cannot be seen through Opaque धधर

38 A doctor who treats skin diseases Dermatologist �

-म �



र �ट

� भ�ट र �ट

ऩ ���अन

� भ

41 The murder of one’s own mother Matricide भ तह�म भ�� इ
42 The killing of human beings Homicide भ न ह�म ह �भ

र �ट

ट��

39 A disease which spreads by contact Contagious disease
40 One who goes on foot Pedestrian ऩदर म �



�ट न





�ट



नट य�अभ

43 A man who thinks only for himself Egoist �
44 That can be easily broken Brittle न



��टर

इ�ट

45 A general pardon of political offenders Amnesty य

�भ

ऐ�न�ट�

र र य ऐ�पफ अन

46 An animal living both on land in water Amphibian

47 A large cupboard in which one hangs up clothes Wardrobe अरभ य�

��फ

� भ�

48 A large group of insects moving in a mass Swarm

49 A building for keeping and feeding horses in Stable अ�तफर �टफर
50 A string of beads used for counting prayers Rosary ऩन य

य�

51 Person who eats too much Glutton ऩट �रटन
52 Belonging to a foreign country Alien � द

ऐर�अन

53 The Science which studies the crust of the earth Geology ब� � न
54 A man who is womanish in his habits Effeminate ��
55 One who attacks first : Aggressor र

म छ
दभ

56 One who eats human flesh Cannibal



नफर

58 A person who is slow in learning Dunce भ भ�त �


59 One who is all powerful Omnipotent
60 A cure for all diseases Panacea य भफ



�त

प�भनट

भ� अ

57 A doctor who treats skin diseases Dermatologist �



अ�



र�

ऩन अ



� भ�ट र �ट
�नऩट�ट

61 One who is recovering from illness Convalescent � ��म र ब
62 One who thinks only of welfare of women Feminist भ�हर

य�

� र �ट

द� पभन�ट

63 A person pretending to be somebody he is not Imposter फह ��ऩम इ�ऩ �टय
64 A study of man Anthropology भन�म

�त

� � न ऐ��ऩ र

65 A person appointed by two parties to solve a dispute Arbitrator भ�म�
66 One who looks at the dark side of things Pessimist �नय
67 A thing no longer in use Obsolete अ� �रत

द� ऩ �भ�ट

� र�ट

68 One who loves mankind Philanthropist ऩय ऩ य� �पर���ऩ�ट
69 A person who is of an age from 80 to 90 Octogenarian अ�
70 The study of human face Physiognomy भ

�त �प

72 Open rebellion against authority Mutiny फ

त �मटन

�फ�� टय

�नभ

फय

�ट

नय�अन

71 A doctor who specializes in medical diagnosis Pathologist य � � न ऩ र �ट
म द� ऐ�न

73 One who is not sure of the existence of God Agnostic
भइ य

74 One who spends very little Miser

75 A paper written by hand Manuscript ह�तर
76 Animals that live on plants Herbivorous

भ� म���ट

ह य� ह�फ� य

77 A person who believes whatever is told to him is Credulous
78 Murder of a King Regicide नऩह त य



79 Existing from birth or before birth Congenital

�भ

80 A medicine that induces sleep Narcotic न द र न
81 One who deals in wine Vintner

इन

�ट



र� द







� �नटर

�म ऩ य� � ��नय

82 One who totally abstains from wine Teetotaller भ�म�म

83 Extreme old age when a man behaves like a fool Dotage

न � �ट

ट�ट टरय
� मऩ

84 A book published after the death of its author Posthumous भय

�ट

ऩय त ऩ � भ



85 That which cannot be conquered Invincible अ म इ� � फर
86 One who collects coins Numismatists भ�

��

87 A Government by the rich Plutocracy ध�न

न�भ�भ�ट�ट

त�� �रट �

88 A picture drawn to make people laugh Caricature ह �म � �
89 Property inherited from forefathers Patrimony ऩत
90 A place where pigs are kept Sty

अय



ऩ�त ऩ�भ न

न �ट इ

91 One who pretends to be what he is not Hypocrite ढ�

�हऩ��ट

92 One who provokes disorder in a state Anarchist अय
93 One with long experience Veteran अनब





�न

द� ऐन� � �ट

94 A small enclosure for cattle, sheep, poultry etc. Pen फ

ऩन

95 Policeman riding on motorcycles as guards to a VIP Outriders अनय�
96 Exclusive possession of the trade in some commodity Monopoly

99 A platform for hanging criminals Scaffold प
100 A place where birds are kept Aviary ऩ�







त�त � प�

�ध य भन ऩर�

र� अ�� नभय

97 One who is skilled in the study of celestial bodies Astronomer
98 One who treats heart diseases Cardiologist �दमय

उ� इ य



र �ट

य�

101 A person who lives a wandering life Vagabond न फद
फ�
102 One who is very eager for knowledge and reads a lot Voracious
103 Make-up room behind stage Green Room
104 Work for which no salary is paid Honorary अ त�न

नयय�

105 Having two or more possible meanings Ambiguous अन
106 Piece of land planted with fruit trees Orchard फ

� ऐ�फ�मअ

� �

107 The art of making maps and charts Cartography न� न
108 One who plays for pleasure Amateur
109 lady who remains unmarried Spinster अ�

�न ऐभ य
�हत

110 A plant or animal growing on another Parasite ऩय

�ऩ��टय
ऩय

111 A man of odd habits Eccentric � � � �
��
112 Fear of thunder and lightening Astraphobia
113 Killing of one’s father Patricide �ऩतह�म ऩ��

ट ��प�



इट

�त

114 A person who believes in the existence of god Theist
115 A writing or speech in praise of someone Eulogy �



116 A small house with all rooms on one floor Bungalow फ र फ

इ�ट
मर


117 Word with the same spelling as another Homonym हभन भ ह भ�नभ
118 One who breaks into a building especially in order to steal Burglar
119 Impudent girl Minx ढ� र � �भ
120 One who shoes horses Farrier



121 Person who indulges at the table Epicure ट य
122 A mark of shame Stigma र

�ट�भ

�ऩ�मय

123 A person who insists on something Stickler ह �

124 One who possesses many talents Versatile ��तब
125 Person who talks a lot Garrulous फ तन
126 Food for farm animals Provender

य �

यर

� य

127 One who hates women Misogynist भ�हर -�
�भ
128 A thief who steals without using violence Pilferer

�ट रय
र�

�ट इर

�न�ट

�धभ य फ�र�य

129 Place where coins are made Mint ट

र �भ�ट

130 A place where leather is tanned Tannery भ




फन न

टनय�
131 A lover of animals Zoophilist


132 A box or cage for keeping rabbits Hutch
133 A place for keeping pigs Sty
134 Calm and Peaceful Halcyon
135 Pleasure seeker Hedonist

अय

�ऩ

य ह

न �ट इ

त ह � अन

136 The meat of deer Venison �हयन



�न न

137 A person who is fond of fighting Bellicose
138 White liquid material in an egg Glair
139 A lady’s umbrella is Parasol छतय� ऩय
140 Extermination of a race Genocide

द� �रय


�त ह य

र फर

न इ

141 An assembly of worshippers Congregation ब�त
142 Hard to please Fastidious तन

�भ



प �ट अ

143 One who is greedy for money Avaricious र र
144 One who speaks less Reticent अ�ऩब
145 A farewell speech Valedictory � द





य �ट �ट

ऐ �य

�र� �टय�

146 The study of ancient buildings and prehistoric remains Archaeology ऩय त�
147 One who goes on foot Pedestrian ऩदर म �
148 Last work before death Swan – Song
149 The absence of law and order Anarchy अय
150 Detailed plan of journey Itinerary �भ
ऩ �द �

इ�टनयय�

ऩ�त

ऩ ���अन



त ऐन �

�यम�

151 One with long experience Veteran अनब

� � न

�रम

टयन

152 A small enclosure for cattle, sheep, poultry etc. Pen

न य�



153 Policeman riding on motorcycles as guards to a VIP Outriders अनय�
154 Exclusive possession of the trade in some commodity Monopoly
155 One who is skilled in the study of celestial bodies Astronomer
156 A building in which monks live Monastery भ

भ न�टय�

ऩन

उ� इ य

�ध य भन ऩर�

र� अ�� नभय

157 Government of the people, by the people and for the people Democracy र
158 An assembly of listeners Audience � त
अ�
159 A person who believes in one faith is called Monotheist

160 The action of looking back on past time Intros pection अ�तय�
161 One who changes sides Turncoat दरफदर ट� �ट

त�� � भ �

�ट इ�� �ऩ� न

162 One who loves books Bibliophile ऩ�त � भ �फ�र�अप इर
163 Government by inexperienced persons is called Neocracy
164 Killing of a human being Homicide नयह�म ह �भ इ

165 A person who regards the whole world as his country Cosmopolitan � � � भ
166 One who does not make mistake Infallible अ

इ�परफर

167 One who always runs away from danger Timid फ �दर �ट�भ

168 A tank where fish or water plants are kept Aquarium भछर�घय अ� य�अभ

�भऩ �रटन



169 A story in verse Ballad � भ

त फर

170 Person who rules without consulting the opinion of others Autocrat � �छ

य�

ट� ट

171 A person who attacks popular belief or established custom Iconoclast ऩय�ऩय त न
172 Sole right to make and sell some invention Patent



173 One who is quite like a woman Effeminate न य�

ऩट�ट





न�र�ट

प�भनट

174 A word opposite in meaning Antonym � ऩय�त �
�द ऐ�ट�नभ
175 A mass of ice moving very slowly down a mountain valley Glacier
176 One who believes in fate Fatalist ब �म द� पट�र�ट

177 A speech delivered without any previous preparation Extempore त �
178 Language which is confused and unintelligible Jargon
179 One who is fond of sensuous pleasures Epicure य� म
180 Indifference to pleasure or pain Stoicism य �म �ट इ�

� फ र�

�ऩ�मय

�र

�न

इ��ट�ऩय�



181 A style in which a writer makes a display of his knowledge Pedantic ऩ � �म �बभ न ऩ
182 One who talks in sleep Somnoloquiest
183 A government run by a dictator Autocracy �नय



�ट

ट�

184 A place for sick people who need long period of treatment or rest Sanatorium
185 One who possesses several talents or gifts Versatile ��तब र�
�ट इर
186 One who represents a state in a foreign country Ambassador
187 Someone who knows a lot about the subject Scholar
188 Remains of prehistoric animal or plant preserved by being buried in
earth
Fossils
189 One who exists at the same time as another Contemporary
190 One who can speak two languages Bilingual
191 The act of killing an infant Infanticide
192 One copies the writing of others Plagiarist
193 One who is all powerful Omnipotent
194 Absence of the government Anarchy
195 That which can be easily broken Brittle
196 Persons working in the same department Colleagues
197 Loss of memory Amnesia
198 Woman who offers the use of her body for sexual intercourse to
any one who will pay for this
Prostitute
199 The act of violating the sanctity of the church Sacrilege
200 A traditional story related to deities Myth
201 Having no beginning or end to its existence Eternal
202 Fear of strangers Xenophobia
203 A medical examination of a dead body Postmortem
204 One who can neither read nor write illiterate
205 A person having deep study in a language Philologist
206 A hater of smoking Misocapnic
207 Life of person written by someone else Biography
208 A period of ten years Decade
209 Murder of one’s brother Fratricide
210 A sound which cannot be heard Inaudible
211 An instrument of seeing distant objects Telescope
212 An inscription on a tomb Epitaph
213 A partner in crime Accomplice
214 Government by the rich Plutocracy
215 Not suitable to be eaten Inedible
216 One who is free from all mistakes and failures Infallible
217 A person who loves everybody is called Cosmopolitan
218 One who is easily deceived Gullible
219 One who knows many languages Polyglot

य �म �न

नट य�अभ

220 A grass eating animal Herbivorous
221 A fear from water Hydrophobia
222 One who cannot be corrected Incorrigible
223 That which cannot be conquered Invincible
224 One who is unmarried Celibate
225 One who questions everything Cynic
226 One who has strange habits Eccentric
227 A person difficult to please Fastidious
228 Belonging to the Middle Ages Medieval
229 One who hates mankind Misanthrope
230 One who is a newcomer Neophyte
231 Properties inherited from one’s father Patrimony
232 One who copies from other writers Plagiarist
233 An animal who preys on other animals Predator
234 Murder of wife Uxoricide
235 A substance that can stick or cause sticking Adhesive
236 The scientific study of plants Botany
237 A performance given by a number of musicians Concert
238 The home of a large fierce wild animal Den
239 The scientific study of insects Entomology
240 The place in the ground where a dead person is buried Grave
241 Difficult or impossible to read illegible
242 A pleasant song used for causing children to sleep Lullaby
243 A long pole used for rowing a boat Oar
244 One who does something first Pioneer

One word substitution
1. Agenda - Items of business to be considered at a meeting.
2. Aggressor - One who attacks first.
3. Alien - One who lives in a country without citizenship.
4. Anarchist - One who plans to destroy all governments.
5. Arbitrator - One appointed by parties to settle disputes.
6. Amateur - One who does something for pleasure.
7. Autocracy - Government by one.
8. Atheist - One who does not believe in the existence of god.
9. Antidote - A medicine to nullify (counteract) the effect of poison.
10. Autobiography - The life-history of a man written by himself.
11. Bankrupt (insolvent) - Unable to pay one’s debts.
12. Bigot - One with narrow religious views.
13. Bigamy - The state of having two wives or husbands at a time.
14. Biography - The life-history of a person written by another person.
15. Bilingual - One who speaks two languages.
16. Brittle - That which can be easily broken.
17. Bureaucracy - Government by officials.
18. Cannibal - One who eats human flesh,
19. Credulous - One who easily believes.
20. Colleagues - Those who work in the same department or office.
21. Catalogue – List of books or other articles.
22. Carnivorous - Eater of flesh.
23. Celibacy -The state of being without wife.

24. Circumlocution -A round-about way of writing or speaking.
25. Cemetery - A place of burial.
26. Contemporary -Living in the same age (one who lives at the same time as
another)
27. Cosmopolitan - Of or different parts of the world.
28. Democracy - Government by the representatives of the people.
29. Diplomacy - The art practiced by statesmen.
30. Drought - Want of rain,
31. Emigrant - One who leaves one’s country to settle elsewhere.
32. Epidemic - A disease that spreads over a large area.
33. Egoist - A man who thinks only of himself.
34. Edible - That which is fit to he eaten.
35. Extempore -Speech without any preparation.
36. Exchange - Living and receiving.
37. Efficacious - That which produces the desired effect.
38. Fastidious - Hard to satisfy one’s taste.
39. Fatalist - One who believes in fate.
40. Fratricide - Killing of one’s brother.
41. Foreigner - A man residing in a country of which he is not a citizen.
42. Honorary - An office without pay.
43. Homicide - Killing of a man.
44. Herbivorous - Animals living on herbs.
45. Invisible -That which can’t be seen.
46. Inaudible - That which can’t be heard.
47. Illegible - That which can’t be read.
48. Ineligible - Not qualified to he elected or selected under rules,
49. Invincible - That which can’t be conquered.
50. Inaccessible -That which can’t be approached.
51 Inexplicable -That which can be explained
52. Incorrigible - That which can’t be corrected.
53. Inimitable - That which can’t be imitated.
54. Indispensable -That without which one can’t do,
55. Indelible -That which can’t be blotted,
56. Inevitable -That which can’t be avoided.
57. Incurable -That which can’t be cured.
58. Incomparable -That which can’t be compared.
59. Inexhaustive -That which can’t be exhausted,
60. Inscrutable - That which can’t be scrutinised.
61. Indisputable - That which can’t be disputed.
62. Irrevocable - That which can’t be changed.

63. Irritable - Easily excited to anger.
64. Irrelevant - That which is not to the point.
65 incredible -That which can’t be believed.
66. Infallible -That which never fails.
67. Inflammable -Liable to catch fire easily.
68. Insecticide -A medicine that kills harmful insects.
69. Invulnerable -That which can’t be hurt.
70. Inimitable -That which can’t be imitated.
71. Irrepressible -That which can’t be checked.
72. Insolvent -One who can’t pay debts.
73. Illegal -Against law.
74. Illicit -A trade prohibited by law.
75. Linguist -One who knows several languages.
76. Matricide -Killing of one’s mother.
77. Martyr - One who dies for a noble cause.
78. Migratory -A bird that comes and goes with seasons.
19. Maiden speech -The first public speech.
80. Monogamy -The practice of having one wife.
81. Misanthrope -A hater of mankind.
82. Materialistic -An attitude that measures everything in terms of matter.
83. Matinee -A film show in the afternoon,
84. Mercenary - The motive to earn money.
85. Neurotic - One suffering from nervous disorder.
86. Narcotic - A medicine that induces sleep.
87. Notorious - Having a bad reputation.
88. Obsolete - No longer in use.
89. Optimist - One who looks at the bright side of life.
90. Orator - One who makes an eloquent speech.
91. Orphan - A child whose parents are dead.
92. Omnipotent - One who is all-powerful.
93. Omnipresent - One who is present everywhere.
94. Omniscient - One who knows everything.
95. Patricide -Killing of one’s father.
96. Patriot - One who has great love for one’s country.
97. Posthumous - Born after the father’s death or published after the
author’s death.
98. Patrimony - Property inherited from father and ancestor.
99. Philanthropist - One who does good to mankind.
100. Pessimist - One who looks at the dark side of life.
101. Parasite - That which exists by living upon others:

102. Post-Mortem - Medical examination of dead body.
103. Polygamy - Practice of marrying more than one wife at a time.
104. Panacea - Remedy for all diseases.
105. Prodigal - One who wastes money.
106. Popular - To be liked by everybody.
107. Recluse - One who lives by alone and avoids people.
108. Reticent - Reserved in speech.
109. Regicide - Murder of a king.
110. Somnambulist - One who walks in sleep.
111. Somniloquist - One who talks in sleep.
112. Sinecure - An office with no work but high pay.
113. Soliloquy - The act of speaking aloud one’s thought when alone.
114. Unanimous - All of the same opinion.
115. Unambiguous - Which is not vague.
116. Unavoidable - Which can’t be avoided.
117. Unimaginable - Which can’t be imagined.
118. Unknowable - Which can’t be known.
119. Unthinkable - Which can’t be thought of.
120. Unreliable -Which can’t be relied upon.
121. Unbelievable - Which can’t be believed.
122. Unparalleled - Which has no parallel/match.
123. Unusual - Which is not common.
124. Unforeseen - Which is not seen before.
125. Verbose - Which is full of words.
126. Vegetarian - One who lives on vegetables.
127. Veteran - One with long experience.
128. Wardrobe - Place where clothes are kept:
129. Waterproof - That which can keep water out.
130. Widow - A woman whose husband is dead.
131. Widower - A man whose wife is dead.

ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION
ABATTOIR : A place where animals are slaughtered.
ACCOMPLICE : A partner in crime.
AESTHETE : A person with a highly developed sense of bea uty.
AFFLUENT : Wealthy; having abundance of money.
AGORAPHOBIA : Unreasonable fear of open spaces.
ALLEVIATE : To lessen , make less severe.
ALTRUIST : One who does good work for others without thought of personal gain.
AMBIDEXTROUS : Able to use the left hand as well as the right.
AMBIGUOUS : A word or statement which can be interpreted in two ways.
ANACHRONISM : That which appears to be in the wrong period.
ANGLOPHILE : An admirer of the English people, language, manners or way of life.
ANGLOPHOBE : One who dislikes the English and England.

ARMISTICE : An agreement to stop fighting in a war.
ARISTOCRACY : A government run by the rich and the elite people; a class of well -born people.

ARTISTE : Professional singer, dancer etc.
ATHEIST : A person who does not believe in the existence of God.
AUTOCRACY : A government where the power is concentrated in the hands of one person.
AUTOPSY : Medical examination of a dead body.
BANKRUPT : A person who cannot pay his debts.
BARBARIAN : An uncivilised person.
BARRICADE : Hastily erected barrier across a street.
BELLIGERENT : One who is engaged in fighting a battle or war.
BIBLIOGRAPHY : A list of writings on a subject.
BIBLIOPHILE : One who loves books.
BIOGRAPHY : The story of a person’s life.
BLASPHEMOUS : One who is irreverent towards God.
BREVITY : Briefness; shortness of time.
BREWERY : A place where beer is made.
BUREAUCRACY : A government run by civil servants.
CALLIGRAPHY : The art of beautiful hand writing.
CARDIOLOGIST : A doctor specialising in matters relating to the heart.
CATHOLICITY : Broad outlook, free from prejudice.
CELIBACY : The state of being unmarried.
CHARLATAN : One who deceives others by claiming to be an expert.
CIRCUMLOCUTION : A roundabout way of expression.
CLAUSTROPHOBIA : A morbid fear of confined spaces.
COAGULATE : Change from liquid into solid by chemical reaction.
COLLOQUIAL : Suitable for ordinary informal conversation.
COMBUSTIBLE : That which can catch fire and burn easily.
COMEDIAN : One who plays funny parts in plays or films.
COMMODITY : An article of trade or commerce.
COMPATRIOT : A person belonging to one ’s own country.
COMPLEXION : The natural colour and appearance of skin.
COMPULSORY : That which must be done.
CONDUCTOR : That which acts as a path for electricity, heat etc.
CONNOISSEUR : A person who is competent to pass critical judgement upon anything.
CONSCRIPT : A person who is compelled by law to serve in the armed forces.
CONSORTIUM : A combination of several businesses for a common purpose.
CONTAGIOUS : That which spreads easily, especially a disease.
CONTRETEMPS : An unlucky event, an unexpected set-back.
CONTROVERSIAL : That which causes debate or argument.
CONVENTION (2 ) : A formal assembly or conference of people of the same business to discuss practices .
CORRIGENDUM : Something to be corrected in a printed book.
COUNTERFEIT : Copy something exactly in order to deceive.
COUP D’ÉTAT : Sudden overthrow of a government, especially by force.
CRUISE : A sea voyage for pleasure.
CYGNET : A young swan.
CYNIC : One who has little faith in human sincerity or honesty.
DEBACLE : A sudden complete failure.
DENOUEMENT : The last part of a play, book etc. where all the complications of the plot are solved.
DETERGENT : A cleaning agent, especially a synthetic substance.
DETERRENT : Something to discourage people from doing wrong.
DILETTANTE : An admirer of the fine arts.
DISARMAMENT : Reduction of weapons by governments.
DISINFORMATION : False information spread intentionally to spread propaganda.
DOMICILE : A place where one lives permanently.
DRAGNET : A system of connected actions and methods for catching criminals.
DRUDGERY : Hard, uninteresting work.
DUET : Song sung by two people together.
EBULLIENT : High-spirited, exuberant.
EFFEMINATE : A man who has the qualities of a woman.

ENCYCLOPAEDIA : A book giving information on all branches of knowledge.
ENTOMOLOGY : The scientific study of insects.
EPIC : A long narrative poem.
EPILOGUE : Concluding part of a literary work.
ERGONOMICS : The study of the efficiency of people in their working environment.
ERR : Make a mistake, do wrong.
ESTUARY : The wide mouth of a river.
EVOLUTION : Gradual development from simple life forms to complex ones.
EXCISE : Tax on goods produced and used in a country.
EXERTION : Making an effort; trying very hard to do something.
EXTEMPORE : A speech made without any previous thought or preparation.
EXTERMINAT E : To put an end to something by killing.
EXTROVERT : A person who is active, lively and enjoys the company of others.
EXUBERANT : Lively, high-spirited.
FALLACY : A false idea or belief.
FARCE : A light-hearted humorous play with silly action.
FASTIDIOUS : One who cannot be easily pleased.
FAVOURITISM : The practice of giving favoured treatment to certain people.
FEBRILE : Of or caused by fever.
FEMINIST : A supporter of the cause of women.
FIANCÉE : A girl to whom a man is engaged to be married.
FISSION : Splitting of the nucleus of an atom.
FLOGGING : Severe beating with a whip.
FLUVIAL : Of, found in, or produced by rivers.
FOOLSCAP : A size of paper, also called ‘legal’ format.
FOREMAN : A skilled worker in charge of other workmen.
FOURTH ESTATE : Influential newspapers and journalists.
FRANCOPHILE : An admirer of the French people, language, manners or wa y of life.
FRANCOPHOBE : One who dislikes the French and France.
FRATRICIDE : The murder of one’s brother.
FREIGHT : Goods carried by train, ship etc.
FUDDY-DUDDY : An elderly person who does not understand or approve of modern ideas.
FUMIGATE : To clear of disease, bacteria etc., by means of chemical smoke.
GARAGE : A building in which motorcars are parked.
GARRULOUS : One who talks too much about uninteresting things.
GASTRONOMY : The art and science of cooking and eating good food.
GENOCIDE : Elimination or killing of a whole race.
GERMANOPHILE : An admirer of the German people, language, manners or way of life.
GERMANOPHOBE : One who dislikes the Germans and Germany.
GERMICIDE : A medicine that kills germs.
GLACIER : A mass of ice moving very slowly down a mountain valley.
GLUT : A larger supply than necessary.
GRAFFITI : Rough drawing or writing on public walls.
GRAMINIVORE : An animal that eats grain.
GRATIS : Without payment, free of cost.
GUBERNATORIAL : Of a governor.
HALLUCINATION : Seeing something which is not actually present.
HAVEN : A place of calm and safety.
HEDONIST : One who lives for pleasure.
HERBIVORE : A plant-eating animal.
HISTRIONICS : Overreacting in a theatrical manner.
HOLOCAUST : Great destruction and the loss of many lives; the mass killing of Jews in World War II.
HOLSTER : A leather holder for a pistol.
HOMICIDE : The killing of one man by another man.
HOMONYM : A word which agrees with another in pronunciation and perhaps also in spelling but is different
in meaning.
HONORARY : An office for which no salary is paid.
HOOLIGAN : A noisy rough person who causes trouble.
HORTICULTURE : The art of garden cultivation.

HUB : The central part of a wheel.
HYPERCRITICAL : Excessively critical.
HYPOCHONDRIAC : One who has exaggerated anxiety about his health.
HYPOCRITICAL : Pretence of virtue or goodness; saying one thing while thinking another.
HYPOTHESIS : Supposition made as basis for reasoning.
IDEALISM : Practice of forming and following ideals.
IDEOLOGY : Set of ideas at the basis of certain economic or political systems.
IDOLATRY : Worship of idols.
IGNORAMUS : A thoroughly ignorant person.
ILLEGAL : That which is contrary to law.
ILLEGIBLE : Handwriting which cannot be re ad.
ILLITERATE : One who is unable to read or write.
IMMEMORIAL : Too old to be remembered, ancient beyond memory.
IMMINENT : About to happen.
IMMORTAL : That which never dies.
IMPASSABLE : That which cannot be passed through.
IMPLACABLE : Impossible to satisfy, change or make less angry.
IMPREGNABLE : That which cannot be attacked or taken by force.
INACCESSIBLE : That cannot be approached or reached.
INAUSPICIOUS : Not of good omen.
INCORPOREAL : Without a body.
INCREDIBLE : That cannot be believed.
INDEFATIGABLE : One who is incapable of being tired.
INDELIBLE : Incapable of being effaced or cancelled or obliterated.
INDIGENOUS : Belonging naturally to a place.
INDOPHILE : An admirer of the Indian people, its culture, manners or way of life.
INDOPHOBE : One who dislikes the Indians and India.
INEDIBLE : Something which cannot be eaten.
INEVITABLE : That which is bound to happen.
INEXPLICABLE : That which cannot be explained.
INFLAMMABLE : Capable of catching fire.
INFLATE : To fill with air or gas.
INGENIOUS : Very clever.
INIMITABLE : That which cannot be imitated.
INNATE : That which one is born with.
INNOCUOUS : That which is quite harmless.
INTANGIBLE : That cannot be mentally grasped.
INTELLIGENTSIA : The class of people who think independently.
INTOLERABLE : That which cannot be endured.
INTROSPECTION : Examination of one’s own mental processes.
INTUITION : Immediate apprehension by mind reasoning.
INVINCIBLE : That cannot be conquered or defeated.
INVULNERABLE : That which cannot be wounded.
IRREPARABLE : That which cannot be repaired.
IRREPROACHABLE : So good that no criticism can be made.
JAYWALK : To cross streets on foot in a careless and dangerous way.
JOEY : A young kangaroo.
JUDICIOUS : Wise, sound in judgement .
KIMONO : A loose gown of silk as worn in Japan.
KNIGHTHOOD : The right to put ‘Sir’ in front of one’s name.
LACKEY : One who behaves like a servant by always obeying.
LAMINATE : To cover with thin sheets of metal or plastic.
LEGIBLE : Capable of being read clearly.
LEONINE : Of or like a lion.
LEXICOGRAPHER : One who compiles dictionaries.
LIBERTARIAN : One who believes that one should have freedom of expression.
LIMERICK : A humorous short poem with five lines.
LITERATI : People with knowledge of literature.
LOQUACIOUS : One who talks a lot.

LOWBROW : One who has no interest in literature, art etc.
LULLABY : A pleasant song sung to send children to sleep.
MACHETE : A knife with a broad heavy blade.
MAGNUM OPUS : A great work of art, particularly literary.
MALEDICTION : Evil, vicious speech.
MANUAL : A book giving information about how to work something.
MANUSCRIPT : Handwritten script of a book.
MARTINET : A strict disciplinarian.
MASCOT : Something chosen as a symbol to bring good luck.
MASOCHIST : One who enjoys pain or humiliation.
MEDIOCRE : One who is neither intelligent nor dull.
MEGALOMANIA : The belief that one is extremely important.
MELODIOUS : Sweet sounding.
MERCANTILE : Of trade and business.
METEOROLOGY : The scientific study of weather conditions.
METICULOUS : A person who is very careful about details.
MILITIA : Those trained as soldiers but not belonging to a regular army.
MISANTHROPE : One who hates mankind.
MISOGAMIST : One who hates marriage.
MISOGYNIST : One who hates women.
MONOMANIAC : One who keeps thinking of one particular thing only.
MONOTHEISM : The practice of worshipping only one god.
MULTINATIONAL : A company having branches in many countries.
MYCOLOGY : The scientific study of fungi.
NAUSEA : Strong feeling of wanting to vomit.
NAUTICAL : Of sailors, ships or sailing.
NEMESIS : Downfall that satisfies natural justice.
NEOLOGISM : A new word.
NEPOTISM : Undue favour shown by a person in power to his relatives.
NOTARY : A public official who makes written statements official.
NUMISMATIC : One who collects coins.
OBITUARY : Notice of a person’s death in a newspaper.
OBLIGATORY : That which is required to be done by law.
OBSOLETE : That which is out of use, or replaced by a newer model.
OMNIPOTENT : One who is all powerful.
OMNISCIENT : One who knows everything.
OMNIVOROUS : One who eats anything.
ONTOLOGY : Philosophy concerned with the nature of existence.
OPTHALMOLOGIST : An eye-doctor.
OPTOMETRIST : A technician who measures your eyesight.
PACHYDERM : A thick-skinned animal, especially an elephant or rhinoceros.
PACIFIST : One who believes in the abolition of war.
PALAEOGRAPHY : The study of ancient writing.
PALAEONTOLOGY : The study of fossils.
PANACEA : A remedy which can cure all diseases.
PARADOX : Contradictory statement.
PARASITE : One that lives on another.
PARIAH : One who is not accepted by society.
PATENT : Sole right to make and sell one’s own invention.
PAUNCH : A man’s fat stomach.
PEDANT : One who exhibits his book learning.
PENULTIMATE : Last but one.
PERQUISITE : Gain over and above one’s salary.
PETROLOGY : The scientific study of rocks.
PHILISTINE : Person of material outlook who is indifferent to culture.
PHILOLOGIST : One who is well versed in the science of languages.
PIGMENT : The natural colouring matter of plants and animals.
PLAINTIFF : One who bring a charge against someone in court.
PLATONIC : A very close, non-sexual friendship between two people.

PLEBEIAN : Of the lower social classes.
POLYANDRY : The practice of having more than one husband at the same time.
POLYGAMY : The practice of having more than one husband or wife at the same time.
POLYGLOT : One who speaks many languages.
POLYGRAPH : A lie-detector.
POSTHUMOUS : A child born after the death of its father.
POSTSCRIPT : A note added at the end of a letter, after the signature.
PRAGMATIST : One who uses common sense.
PRESCIENT : Able to foretell what will happen in the future.
PROFILE (1) : A side view of someone’s head.
PROPELLANT : An explosive for firing a bullet or a rocket.
PSEUDONYM : A pen-name assumed by a writer.
PULMONARY : Of or having an effect on the lungs.
QUIXOTIC : Trying to do the impossible, usually to help others, while putting oneself into danger.
RACONTEUR : One who is good at telling stories in an interesting way.
RAPPORT : A good relationship between two people.
RECEPTIVE : Capable of receiving new ideas.
RED TAPISM : Excessive use of official formalities which causes unnecessary delay .
REFLATION : A government policy of increasing the amount of money in circulation.
REINFORCE : Strengthen by additional men or material.
RENAISSANCE : A renewal of interest in art , literature etc.
REQUISITION : An official demand or request.
RETRIBUTION : A severe deserved punishment.
RINGLEADER : One who leads others to do wrong or make trouble.
RODENT : A small herbivore usually considered a pest..
RUSSOPHILE : An admirer of the Russian people, language, manners or way of life.
RUSSOPHOBE : One who dislikes the Russians and Russia.
SABOTAGE : Wanton destruction especially of a factory, etc. by dissatisfied workers.
SACRILEGE : The violation or profaning of sacred things.
SANATORIUM : A place for invalids and convalescents.
SANCTIMONIOUS : Making a show of piety.
SCAFFOLD : A structure on which criminals used to be hanged.
SCEPTIC : Person who doubts the truth of what he is told.
SCUBA : An instrument used for breathing when swimming under water.
SEDENTARY : Done while sitting down.
SEER : One who can see into the future.
SENSATIONALISM : The intentional producing of excitement or shock.
SEPTUAGENARIAN : One in his seventies.
SILHOUETTE : Black shadow-like picture on white background.
SIMULTANEOUSLY : Taking place or happening at the same time.
SINECURE : Any office with good salary but no work.
SINOPHILE : An admirer of the Chinese people, language, manners or way of life.
SINOPHOBE : One who dislikes the Chinese and China.
SMALL FRY : Unimportant people.
SNIPPET : A small piece from something spoken or written.
SOJOURN : A short stay at a place.
SPINSTER : An unmarried woman.
STALE : Something which is not fresh.
STAMPEDE : A sudden rush of a large number of frightened people or animals.
STELLAR : Of the stars.
STOCKBROKER : One who buys and sell shares for others.
STOIC : One who is indifferent to pain and pleasure.
STRATAGEM : A trick to deceive an enemy.
STRINGENT : Very strict.
SUBCUTANEOUS : Beneath the skin.
SUB JUDICE : A subject which cannot be publicly discussed because it is being considered by a court
of law.
SUBSIDY : Money paid by a government to make prices lower.
SUBVERSIVE : Attempting to weaken or overthrow authority.

SUPERANNUATED : Too old for work.
SURREAL : Having a strange, dreamlike unreal quality.
TABLEAU : A lifelike representation of a famous scene by a group of people who do not move or
speak.
TAXIDERMY : The art of stuffing animals and setting them in life-like poses.
TECHNOCRAT : A specialist in technology.
TEETOTALLER : One who abstains from all kinds of alcoholic drinks.
TERMINATE : Come or bring to an end.
THEIST : One who believes in the existence of God.
THEOCRACY : Government by priests.
TIMBER : Wood cut down for building etc.
TOPIARY : The art of trimming trees and bushes to decorative shapes.
TRAITOR : One who is disloyal to his country.
TYRANT : A ruler with complete power who rules cruelly.
UNISEX : Of one type, used by both males and females.
UNANIMOUS : A decision taken by the votes of all.
UPSTART : A person who has suddenly risen from low rank to wealth and importance.
UXORICIDE : The killing of one’s wife.
UXORIOUS : Greatly or excessively fond of one ’s wife.
CREDULOUS : Ready to believe without sufficient evidence
ARISTOCRACY : Government by the nobility
PLUTOCRACY : Government by the wealthy people
DEMAGOGUE : A person who can sway his followers by his oratory
DESPERADO : One ready to do any reckless or criminal act
EDIBLE : Fit for food
EPICURIAN : One who devoted to the pleasures of eating and drinking
ELECTROCUTE : Killing by means of an electric current
ENDEMIC : A disease confined to a particular district or place
EXTROVERT : One whose interest are directed outward
EPHEMERAL : Existing only for a day.
EMBALM : To preserve a dead body from decaying
EPITOME : A brief summary of a book
ENIGMA : A person, thing or circumstance that is puzzling
EMBARGO : An order prohibiting ships to leave the port
ENTOMOLOGY : The study of insects
FIANCEE : One engaged to be married
FARRIES : One who shoes horses
FUGITIVE : One who runs away from justice or the law
FANATIC : a person filled with excessive enthusiasm , especially in religion
GEOLOGIST : One who studies about rocks and soils
GARRISON : Military force stationed in a fortress
HOMICIDE : The act of killing a human being
HAWKER : One who travels from place to place selling miscellaneous articles
HEDONIST : One who believes that pleasure is the highest tool.
HORTICULTURE : The art of cultivating and managing gardens
HYPERBOLE : Exaggerated statement made for the sake of effect
HOSTAGE : Person given to an enemy as a pledge
INVALID : A person who is sick
INCENDIARY : One who maliciously sets fire to building
INSOLVENT : One who cannot pay one’s debts
IGNORAMUS : An ignorant person
IMMIGRANT : One who comes into a foreign country to settle there
INVINCIBLE : That which cannot be conqured
INCOMBUSTIBLE : Incapable of being burnt
INVISIBLE : That which cannot be seen
IMMORTAL : Living for ever
INIMITABLE : That which cannot be imitated
INDEFATIGABLE : Persons that cannot be wearied
INTERNECINE : Causing destruction to both sides

INTERPOLATE : make(spurious& misleading) additions to a book
JUXTAPOSE : To place side by side
LETHAL : causing death
LACONIC : Expressing in a few words
LAUNDRY : A place where clothes are washed and ironed
LIMNOLOGY : The study of lakes and other fresh water bodies
MANIFESTO : A declaration of plans and promises put forward by a political party
MIGRATE : To move from one country to another
METEOROLOGIST : One who studies the elements of weather.
MISANTHROPE : One who hates mankind
METALLURGY : The science dealing with the production of metals
MONOLOGUE : A long speech by one person
MOBILIZE : To collect tog ether for service in war
MAUSOLEUM : A magnificent tomb
MACHIAVELLIAN : Unscrupulous in gaining what is wanted
MEMENTO : Something kept or given as a reminder
MIVIPAROUS : Producing young that are fully developed .
MEGALOMANIAC : person with a false impression that he is great and powerful.
NUMISMATICS : The study of coins
NICHE : A hollow place in wall
NEOLOGISM : A new word coined by an author
NEPOTISM : Special favour shown by a person in high position to his relatives.
ORCHARD : A place where fruit trees are grown
OPTIMIST : One who looks on the bright side of things.
OMNISCIENT : One who knows everything
OMNIPRESENT : One who is present everywhere
OCULIST : One who attends to the diseases of the eye
ORNITHOLOGY : The study of birds
OBITUARY : An account, in the newspaper, of the funeral of one deceased
OSTLER : One who attends to horses at an inn
OPTICIAN : One who makes or sells eye-glasses
OOLOGY : The study of eggs
OCCIDENTAL : Belonging to the west
OSTRACIZE : Expel from society
POSTHUMOUS : Occurring after death
PLAGIARISM : Literary theft, or passing off an author’s original work as one’s own.
PYROTECHNICS : The art of making fireworks
PARASITE : A plant or animal growing on another
PANACEA : A cure for all diseases
PHILATELIST : One who collects postage stamps
PHILANTHROPIST : One who devotes his service or wealth for the love of mankind.
PEDANT : One who makes a display of his learning
PEDLAR : One who goes from house to house selling small articles.
PAEDIATRICIAN : Doctors who treat children’s diseases
PALAEOGRAPHY : The study of ancient modes of writing
PHONETICS : The science of speech, sounds and their production
PYROTECHNICS : The art of making fireworks
PROTAGONIST : Chief person in a drama, story etc.
PSEUDONYM : A fictitious name used by an author
QUACK : One who dishonestly claims to have knowledge and skill, esp. in medicine.
QUARANTINE : Confinement to one place to prevent spread of infection.
RUMINANT : A cud-chewing animal
REFUGEE : One who takes refuge in a foreign country.
REINSTATE : Put back in a former station or condition.
RACONTEUR : One who tells anecdotes or stories
SOMNAMBULIST : One who walk in his sleep
SPENDTHRIFT : One who spends too much
SCULPTOR : One who carves in stone, metal, wood, etc.
SURGEON : One who treats diseases by operations

SANATORIUM : A hospital esp , for tuberculosis patients and convalescents.
SYMPOSIUM : Collection of views of several persons on a topic
SYNONYM : word with the same meaning as another
SABOTAGE : Wanton destruction of a plant by workmen
SIMULTANEOUS : happening or done at the same time
SUPERFLUOUS : More than is needed
TEETOTALLER : One w ho doesn’t consume alchoholic drinks
TRAITOR : One who betrays his friends, ruler, country, etc.
TAXIDERMY : The art of preparing, stuffing and mounting the skins of animals, birds and fish.
TOPOGRAPHY : The art of representing the physical features of a place on a map.
THESAURUS : Lexicon, esp, a collection of words
TABOO : An act which religion or custom regards as forbidden.
TRANSMIGRATION: Belief that the soul passes at death into another body.
UTOPIAN : Ideally perfect but impracticable
UNDERTAKER : A tradesman who manages funerals
UPHOLSTERER : One who makes or deals in carpets, curtains, beds, cushioned seats, etc.
USURER : One who lends money at an excessive rate of interest
UPSTART : One who has suddenly risen to wealth and importance
ULTIMATUM : final proposal of terms given by one party to another
UNANIMOUS : Of the same opinion
VETERINARIAN : One skilled in the treatment of diseases of animals
VAGABOND : One who wanders without settled home
VALETUDINARIAN : One who is overanxious about one ’s health
VOLUNTEER : One who takes part in an enterprise of his own free will
VERBATIM : Word for word
VERSATILE : Of many sided ability
VICARIOUS : Done for another
WARREN : A place for breeding or preserving rabbits
WINNOW : To separate the husks from the grain
WANTON : Recklessly inconsiderate
WIDOWER : A man whose wife is dead
XENOMANIAC : A person having an excessive attachment to foreign living
ZOO : A place where many kinds of animals are kept for show
ZOOLOGY : The science of animal life__

ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION

A country ruled by two country Condominium
A dramatic performance Masque
A lady’s purse Reticule
A man of odd habits Eccentric
A man who dances to the tunes of his wife Henpecked
A nation engaged in war Belligerent
A person behind time Antiquated
A person who wishes to throw his establishment Anarchist
A place of good climate Sanatorium
A place of washing dishes adjoining kitchen Scullery
A religious song Hymn
A remarkable talent Prodigy
A short but amusing story Anecdote
A verse letter Epistle
Act of killing one’s wife Uxoricide

An animal story with a moral Fable
An instrument for viewing objects at a distance Telescope
An unknown person Anonymous
Animals living on land and in water Amphibian
Appointment by two parties to settle a dispute Arbiter
Art of cutting tree and bushes into ornamental shape Topiary
At the same time Contemporary
Award given after death Posthumous
Borrow ideas and steal others words is called Plagiarism
Care taker of a public building Custodian
Change one’s mind too quickly Vacillation
Congratulate somebody in formal manner Felicitate
Contempt of God Blasphemy
Creature having both male and female organs Hermaphrodite
Cure for all disease Panacea
Custom of having many husbands Polyandry
Custom of having many wives Polygamy
Dealing of counterfeit things Forgery
Disease which is spread by contact Contagious
Doctor who treats children Pediatrician
Equal in rank Peer
Fault that may be forgiven Venial
Favouring own kith and kin Nepotism
Fear of bathing Ablutophobia
Fear of becoming bald Phalacrophobia

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Fear of being robbed Harpaxophobia
Fear of cockroaches Katsaridaphobia
Fear of crowd Ochlophobia
Fear of darkness Lygophobia
Fear of death Nicrophobia
Fear of dentist Dentophobia
Fear of disease Pathophobia
Fear of failure Atychiphobia
Fear of foreigners Xenophobia
Fear of God Zeusophobia
Fear of going to bed Clinophobia
Fear of height Acrophobia
Fear of making decisions Decidophobia
Fear of poverty Peniaphobia
Fear of property Orthophobia
Fear of radiation Radiophobia
Fear of riding a car Amaxophobia
Fear of school Scolionophobia
Fear of sex Genophobia

Fear of speaking Lalophobia
Fear of speed Tachophobia
Fear of water Hydrophobia
Fear of words Logophobia
First speech Maiden
Food agrees with one’s taste Palatable
Funny imitation of a poem Parody
Giving up throne by the king Abdication
Go back and forth Shuttle
Government by a single person Autocracy
Government by the Gods Theocracy
Government run by a dictator Autocracy
Group of three novels Trilogy
Incapable of being wounded Invulnerable
In-charge of museum /Pitch Curator
Indifference to pleasure or pain Stoicism
Instruments which makes smaller objects larger Microscope
Intentional destruction of racial group Genocide
Interval between two events Interlude
Just punishment for wrong doing Nemesis
Killing of another human being Homicide

ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION

Language difficult to understand Jargon
Large scale departure of people Exodus
List of explanation of words Glossary
List of goods with their price Invoice
Longing for something Nostalgia
Loop of rope is called Noose
Loud talk or speech Harangue
Man having the qualities of woman Effeminate
Man of lax moral Licentious
Man whose wife has been unfaithful to him Cuckold
Mania for setting fires Pyromania
Mania for stealing things Kleptomania
Mania for talking Logo mania
Mania for travel Dromomania
Mania of being important Megalomania
Medicine which lessens pain Anodyne
Member of a band of robbers Brigand
Morning prayer Matin
Murdering of a family Familicide
Murdering of an infant Infanticide
Murdering of Brother Fratricide
Murdering of husband by his wife Mariticide
Murdering of the king Regicide

Murdering of tyrant Tyrannicide
Old age when a man behaves like a fool Dotage
One who believes one is God Theo mania
One who believes that everything is pre-destined Fatalist
One who believes that pleasure is the chief good Hedonist
One who betrays one Traitor
One who collects coins Numismatist
One who comes from a village and considered stupid Bumpkin
One who compiles dictionary Lexicographer
One who cuts precious stones Lapidist
One who deserts his religion Apostate
One who does not care for literature Philistine
One who does not respect something sacred or holy Blasphemy
One who does not take definite stand Evasive
One who draws maps and charts Cartographer
One who eats everything Omnivorous
One who eats human flesh Cannibal

ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION

One who fights for the sake of money Mercenary
One who forsakes religion Renegade
One who has many talents Versatile
One who has suddenly gained new wealth Parvenu
One who has unreasoning enthusiasm for the glorification of one ’s country Chauvinism
One who hates knowledge and learning Misologist
One who is bad in spelling Cacographic
One who is guilty of firing property Arsonist
One who is more interested in himself Introvert
One who is more interested in others Extrovert
One who is neither intelligent nor dull Mediocre
One who is not the citizen of country Alien
One who is talkative Garrulous
One who is the most powerful Omnipotent
One who is very careful and particular Meticulous
One who is very well versed in any subject Connoisseur
One who lends money at high rate Usurer
One who loves all and sundry Philanthropist
One who loves books Bibliophile
One who passes through the gate without taking permission Trespasser
One who pays too much attention to his clothes and appearance Dandy
One who plays a game for pleasure not professionally Amateur
One who pretends illness to escape duty Malingerer
One who reads only books Bookworm
One who sacrifices his life for country Martyr
One who sneaks into a country Infiltrator
One who speaks many languages Polyglot

One who studies skin and its diseases Dermatologist
One who studies the formation of the earth Geologist
One who talks continuously Loquacious
One who thinks human nature is evil Cynic
One who totally abstain from alcohol Teetotaler
One who travels from place to place Itinerant
One who treats female problems Gynecologist
One who wants to see others unhappy Sadist
One who works in return for being taught the trade Disciple
One who works without getting any salary Honorary
One whose attitude is to eat, drink and merry Epicurean
Opposing arguments Rebut
Out of date things Obsolescent

ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION

Paper written in one’s own handwriting Manuscript
Part of a church in which bells are hung Belfry
People in rowdy scene Rabble
Person different to pleasure and pain Stoic
Person obsessed with one idea or subject Monomaniac
Person pretending to be somebody he is not Imposter
Person who believes God is everything Ban theist
Person who believes others Credulous
Person who does not believe in any religion Pagan
Person who enjoys sensuous enjoyments Epicure
Person who has long experience Veteran
Person who hates women Misogynist
Person who holds scholarship at a university Bursar
Person who is against ordinary society especially dressing Hippy
Person who is always dissatisfied Malcontent
Person who is made to bear the blame Scapegoat
Person who kill others for political reason Assassin
Person who lives alone and avoids other people Recluse
Person who loves nature Aesthete
Person who makes love for amusement Philanderer
Person who pretends to have more knowledge Charlatan
Person who regards the whole world as his country Cosmopolitan
Person with a beautiful handwriting Calligrapher
Person without manners Rustic
Persuasive and fluent speech Eloquence
Physician who delivers babies Obstetrician
Place where birds are kept Aviary
Place where cows are sheltered Byre
Place where govt. records are kept Archives
Place where women dwelled (Ancient time) Harem
Place which provides both board and lodging Inn

Plants and vegetation Flora
Poem narrating a popular story Ballad
Poem written on the death of someone loved and lost Elegy
Policy of political party Manifesto
Power of reading thoughts of others Telepathy
Public building where weapons are made and stored Arsenal
Responsible according to law Legitimate
Ride on someone else back Piggyback
Ridiculous use of words Malapropism

ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION

Room leading into a large room Anteroom
Room with toilet facilities Lavatory
School for infants and children Kindergarten
Seat on elephant’s back Howdah
Send unwanted person out of the country Deport
Short journey made by a group of persons together Excursion
Short remaining end of cigarette Stub
Short walk for pleasure or exercise Stroll
Slow witted person Duffer
Song sung at burial Dirge
Speech by an actor at the end of play Epilogue
Speech without preparation Extempore
Stage between boyhood and youth Adolescence
Statement which cannot be understood Incomprehensible
Stories of old time Gods and heroes Legend
Story that cannot be believed Incredible
Study of ancient science Archaeology
Study of birds Ornithologist
Study of human body Anatomy
Study of mankind Anthropology
Study of statistics of birth, death and diseases Demography
Sudden rush of winds Gust
Thing that bring gentle and painless death from incurable death Euthanasia
Thing that cannot be touched of felt Palpable
Thing that destroys the effect of poison Antidote
Thing through which light cannot pass Opaque
Thing which cannot be done without Indispensable
Things that can be seen and touched Tangible
Things that cannot be understood Unintelligible
To do away with a rule Abrogate
To explain a spiritual truth Parable
To spread troops for battle Deploy
Tumour which is not likely to spread Benign
Unexpected stroke of good luck Windfall
Using of new words Neology

Views which are not of one’s liking Irritating
Walking in sleep Somnambulism
Which cannot be rectified Irreparable
Woman who has extra marital relationship Adultery
Work which involves too much official formalities Red-Tapism

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