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English Grammar – One word Substitutions For SSC CGL/IBPS Set – 14

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List of issues to be discussed at a meeting – Agenda
The study of insects – Entomology
Theft of another person’s writings or ideas and passing them off as one’s own – Plagiarism
The place where public, government or historical records are kept – Archive
Speed of an object in one direction – Velocity

In a threatening manner – Ghastly
A person who pretends to be what he is not – Imposter
One who finds nothing good in anything – Critic
That which cannot be easily read – Illegible
The process of deciding the nature of disease by examination – Diagnosis

The quality of being politely firm and demanding – Assertive
One who eats human flesh – Cannibal
A person who is fluent in two languages – Bilingual
State of anxiety or dismay causing mental confusion – Consternation
A person who loves wealth but spends as little money as possible – Miser

Fear of water – Hydrophobia
Easily duped or fooled – Gullible
Animal that can live on land and in water – Amphibians
Handwriting that cannot be read – Illegible
To feel or express disapproval of something or someone – Deprecate

To keep a great person or event in people’s memory – Commemorate
Occurring at irregular intervals in time – Sporadic
A lover of books – Bibliophile
A person who withdraws from world to live in seclusion and often in solitude – Recluse
To agree to something – Assent

A body of persons appointed to hear evidence and give their verdicts in trials – Jury
A situation that stops activity from progressing – Bottleneck
A person who dishonestly pretends to be somebody else – Imposter
A violent storm – Tempest
Careful or thorough enquiry – Investigation

Failing to discharge one’s duty (willfully) – Dereliction
A legal agreement by which a person borrows money from a bank usually to buy a house – Mortage
A movement of part of the body to express an idea or feeling – Gesture
A child born after the death of his father – Posthumous child
A person who is physically dependent on a substance – Addict

A cure for all disease – Panacea
A raised platform in building – Walkway
A system of naming things – Nomenclature
One who hates women – Misogynist
Able to use right hand and left hand equally well – Ambidextrous

Capable of being interpreted in two ways – Ambiguous
One who has narrow and prejudiced religious views – Fanatic
The action of looking within or into one’s own mind – Introspect
To confirm with the help of evidence – Implicate
A person who loves mankind – Philanthropist

Full of criticism or mockery – Satire
An agreement between two countries or groups to stop fighting – Ceasefire
Excessively enthusiastic and unreasonably excited about something – Fanatical
Intense and unreasonable fear or dislike –Phobia
To be dogmatic in one’s opinion – Opinionated

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