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Welcome to Online English in We are providing English Grammar Which is very Important in English Language, we are providing you One Word Substitutions, Which is very important for Banks and SSC CGL Exams!!!

Cacophonous – Harsh or discordant sound.
Cadaver – Dead body
Caduceus – Emblem of medical profession and US army medical corps.
Caliber – Diameter of bore of gun – degree of merit.
Calligraphy – Beautiful writing
Calorimeter – An instrument used for measuring quantities of heat.
Canon – Church law body of principles.
carburettor – a device in an internal combustion engine for mixing air with a fine spray of liquid fuel.
Cardiac – Pertaining to the heart
Cardinal – Of prime importance
Cardiograph – A medical instrument for tracing heat movements.
Caries – Dental decay
Carniology – Describe the habits, merits and demerits of a man by seeing his skull carniologist.
Carnivore – Flesh eater – dogs – cats – lions etc
Carnivorous – an animal feeding on other animals.
Carrion – Dead and putrifying flesh
Catastrophe – Denotes the last stage of a tradegy.
Celibate – One who resolved not to marry.
Centipede – An insect with many legs.
Cervine – Of deers or the deer family – Deerlike.
Chagrin – Vexation from humiliation or disappointment.
Chemotherapy – Controls of infections by chemicals.
Chiarascuro – Distribution of light and shade in a picture.
Chiromanchy – Fortune telling through palm reading – palmistry.
Chronology – Arrangements of events according to dates or times of occurrence.
Chronological – (of a record of events) following the order in which they occurred.
Chronometer – An instrument kept on board ship for measuring accurate time.
Cinematography – the art of photography and camerawork in film-making.
Circumlocution – A round about way of speaking.
Clarify – Make clear.
Classic – That which is acclaimed as an excellent work.
Clio – Greek muse of history.
Coalesce – Grow into one – Blend – unite – fuse.
Coercion – Intimidation by threat or duress – forceful – compulsion.
Coeval – Of the same age or duration – Contemporary with.
Cognomen – Surname or nickname.
Colleague – Those who work in the same department.
colliery – a coal mine and the buildings and equipment associated with it.
Comatose – In a coma – Lacking energy – Lethargic.
Comely – Pleasing in appearance – fair – pretty.
Commutator – Device for reversing direction of electrical current.
Compensation – Money given for requisitioned property.
concatenate – Linked together
concentric – Having the same center.
conflagration – an extensive fire which destroys a great deal of land or property.
connoisseur – Me who is well versed in any subject a critical judge of any art particularly fine arts.
Connoisseur – Expert in art – the fine arts.
Contagious Disease – A disease which spreads by contact.
Contemporary – A man living in the same age with another.
Contemporary – One who lives at the same time of another
Continent – Restrained in regard to desires or passion – especially to sexual desires.
Convalescence – The gradual recovery from illness.
Converge – To meet in a point (Rays & illness).
Cooper – Maker of casks or barrels.
Copy-right – Exclusive right to publish a book.
Coral reef – are underwater ecosystems formed by corals.
Cosmopolitan – One who is free from national limitations.
castigate – Correct by punishing.
Creditor – One to whom a debt is owing.
Credulity – Trust without proper evidence readiness to believe.
Credulous – A person who readily believes others.
Credulous – Too ready to believe
Crescograph – Instrument used for measuring the growth of plants.
crescendo – Gradual increase in force – volume – loudness.
Crisis – Turning point of danger or disease.
Cryogenies – Branch of physics dealing with very low temparature.
Cryptograph – Secret writing.
Crystallography – Science of crystallization.
Cygnet – Young swan.
cynosure – Centre of interest – something that strongly attracts attention by its brilliance.
Cytogenetics – Cell formation.
Cytology – Dealing with cells.
One Word – Sentence
Debacle – Sudden collapse – general break-up – violent rush.
Debtor – One who owes money to another.
Decalogue – Ten commandments.
Decelerate – Slow down.
Defendant – One who is sued by the plaintiff.
Deism – Got birth and followed principles in a particular caste but telling, he is not god.
Deist – One who believes in the existence of god.
Delettante – An admirer by the people
Deliquisic – Become liquide by absorbing moisture from the air – Melt away.
Delittante – One who takes up an art – dabbler – a lover of fine arts.
Deluge – Anything that overwhelms like a flood – great flood – rain.
Democracy – The gout formed by the people.
Demography – Science of vital and social statistics.
Demonology – Relating to devils – ghost and other terror things.
Depilate – Remove hair from.
Dermatologist – One who treated skin diseases.
Desiccate – Dry thoroughly – Remove moisture from.
Despondent – High – Spirited – Overflowing with enthusiasm – boiling up.
Despotism – Is a form of government in which a single entity rules with absolute power.
Detente – the easing of hostility or strained relations, especially between countries.