More than 1000 One Word Substitution

One Word Substitution : A

One Word Sentence
Abdurate Unmouable - stubborn - unyeilding
Aborigines The original inhabitants of a country
Abridge To condense
Absolute Zero The standing point of absolute temperature
Acceterate Cause to move faster
Accilerate Speed up
Acerose Needle shaped
Acess Means of approaching
Acoustics

Relating to sound

Acrophobia Pathological fear of high places
Acumen Superior mental acuteness
Adhoc For the purpose
Adolscence A stage of growth between boyhood and youth.
Adulation Excessive devotion
Aerial Living in air
Aeronautics Science of flight of aeroplanes
Aesthetic A love of beauty
Affidavit A written statement given on oath
Affinity Having a natural attention to
Aggravate To make worse
Aglophoble A person who hates England
Agonostic One who thinks that everything is know through god only.
Alimony Money giving to a woman who divorses his husband.
Allegory Description of a subject with symbolical representation to another.
Allusive Having reference to something
Alluvial Sandy soil deposited by running water
Alpinism Mountain climbing
Altimeter Instrument used for measuring altitudes in aircraft.
Altruist One who works for the good of others.
Amateur One who learns a subject as a hobby.
Ammeter Instrument used for measuring the electrical currents in amperes.
Amnesty General pardon of the offenses against gout.
Amoyan Strong and powerful woman.
Amphibian Living/ Operating on land and water.
Amphibious Animals that can be live on land and water.
Ample Adequate or more than dequate - in extent, size etc.
Anachronism Comparing modern persons with ancient persons
Anachronism Something out of its proper time.
Anachronistic A word which can be interpreted in any way.
Anachronistic Set in wrong time or period.
Anaesthetics Drugs causing unconciousness such as chloroform.
Anaesthetist One who gives chloroform to a patient.
Analogy Relation - Relationship
Anarchist

One who is out to destroy government

Anarchist One who provokes disorder in a state.
Anatomist One who describes the parts of the human body.
Anatomy Study of sciences relating to the bodily structure of human.
Anile

Like a weak old woman.

Animometer Instrument used for measuring the force and velocity of winds.
Annihilate Destroy utterely
Annuity Yearly grant - beings - animals and plants by way of disection.
Annular

Ring shaped

Anodyne Pain reliever
Anonymus That which is written without name.
Antagonist Enemy - Antagonism
Anthropologist One who studies history relating to the development of man from premetive ages.
Antibiotics

Drugs which completely destroys bacteria.

Antiquarian A person who is interested in antiquities.
Aphelion The point in a planet's orbit that tis farthest from the sun.
Apiary a bee house (Contains several hives).
Apirigee A point as above that is nearest to earth.
Apologist One who says sorry (Sorrow) for his mistakes.
Aporhtegm Words spoken by great men.
Apostasy

To renounce one's faith or religion.

Apostate One who deserts his religion or principles.
Aqauntie Relating to water
Aquarium A thing where fishes are kept.
Aquatic Living in water
Arbitrator

One who is appointed by two parties & decide their difference.

Arboreal Living in trees
Arboriculture Cultivation of trees and vegetables.
Archaeologist

One who studies human antiquities.

Archaism

Using ancient Languages.

Archeologist One who make a scientific study of human antiquities.
Archipeloge See which has number of small islands.
Archive That what is not in current use.
Aristocracy The rule by nobels.
Arsenal A place where weapons are manufactured and stored.
Articulate To pronounce Clearly.
Astronomy Study of heavenly bodies.
Atheist One who has no belief in god.
Atmosphere The air surrounding the earths.
Audible That which can be heard.
Audiometer Instrument used for measuring the intensity of sound.
Audiophone Instrument used for improving imperfect sense of hearing.
Aurora Australis Southern lights
Aurura Borealis Northern lights.
Autocracy Absolute rule by one person.
Autocrat Who exercises absolute power.
Avairy A building for keeping - rearing and breeding of birds.
Avalanche A heavy mass of snow falling down a hill with great noise.
Avarice Greed - Inordinate desire to gain and hoard wealth.

 

One Word Substitution : B

One Word Sentence
Ballad A short narrative poem - adopted for writing and sighning.
Ballistics Science dealing with the motion of projectile like rockets bombs & shells.
Balmaccan A type of man's overcoat.
Barbarism Mixed Language
Barometer An apparatus used for measuring the atmospheric pressure.
Bellicose Ready to fight.
Benefactor Kindly helper. One who makes a request or endowment.
Benevolent

Kind hearted

Bevy Group of girls or women larks. Flocks of quail.
Bibliographer One who writes big books.
Bibliography A list of books with details of authorship, editions, subject etc.
Bibliophile A lover book
Biblophile One who loves the study of books.
Bifurcate Divided into two branches.
Bigamy The crime of having two life partners at a time.
Bilingual Spoken or written in two languages.
Biography Life of a person written by somebody.
Biologist One who studies the science of animals and plants.
Biota Animal and plant life of a religion or period.
Black Box An apparatus which records the fight data of an aeroplane and is also a voice recorder.
Blackbinding Kidnapping for selling into slavery.
Blasphemer One who speakes evil - Impcous one - irrevirent one.
Blood Transfusion The process the transfusing blood of one person into blood stream of another person.
Boat Wrighter Wagon maker
Bolo Large single - adged military knife - Machete
Botanist One who studies the science of plants
Boycott To obstain from buying or using
Boycott Unite to punish a person from association.
Brettle Easily broken
Buccal Of the check of the sides of the mouth.
Bureaucracy A gout in which the whole power is vested in officials.
Butcher One whose business to a slaughter cattle for food.
Bygamist One who has two wives.

 


One Word Substitution : C

One Word Sentence
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.
Carburator An apparatus used in an internal combustion engine for charging air with petrol
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 tht eats human flesh.

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.
Chagrien Vexation from humiliation or disappointment.
Chandlier Candle maker - Merchant - Dealer in supplies and provisions.
Chemotherapy Controls of infections by chemicals.
Chiarascuro Distribution of light and shade in a picture.
Chiromanchy Fortune telling through palm reading - palmistry.
Choronology Arrangements of events according to dates or times of occurance.
Chronologer One who writes the details of transactions which made in a country.
Chronometer An instrument kept on boardship for measuring accurate time.
Cinematograph It contains a series of lenses arranged to throw on screen an enlarged image of photography
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.
Collegues Those who work in the same department.
Colleiny Complete with buildings and work - Caolmines.
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.
Concatinate Linked together
Concetric Having the same centre.
Conflagrative Combustible - flammable - inflammable
Connisseur 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 A chain of rocks laying at or near the sea.
Cosmopolitan One who is free from national limitations.
Costegate 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.
Cresendo 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.
Cul-De-Sac Dead end
Cygnet Young swan.
Cynosore Centre of interest - something that strongly attracts attention by its brilliance.
Cytogenetics Cell formation.
Cytology Dealing with cells.

One Word Substitution : D

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 Ralating to devils - ghost and other terror things.
Depilate Remove hair from.
Dermotologist One who treates skin diseases.
Desiceate Dry throughly - 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. 
Detenu One who detained in custody.
Dislectical (s) Logical argumentation.
Dialysis

The process for flood purification when the kidneys malfunction.

Dilemna A state of a person, who is asked to choose one of the two infavourable things.
Dilemna Situation requiring a choice between equally undesirable alternatives - perplexing problem.
Diminish Make or become smaller.
Diminuendo Gradual increase in force.
Dipsomania Irristible craving for alcoholic drinks.
Dissuade Persuade not to do something.
Dividend Sum payable as profit to an individual by a joint stock company.
Domicile A place where one lives permanently.
Dorsal Situated on bank.
Drinker's apparatus Instrument used to help breathing in infantile paralysis.
Dynamo The origin of electricity in a dynamo is the transformation of machanical energy into energy.

One Word Substitution : E

One Word Sentence
Earth's Atmosphere
Is covering of air which surrounds of earth.
Ebullient Situated on the abdominal side.
Eccentric That which is not placed centrally.
Ecclisiologist One who studies the science relating to the church.
Eclectric Persons with unusual or odd personality.
Eclogue A pastoral poem.
Ecology Study of plants or of animal or of people or of institutions in relation to environment.
Edible

That which is fit to be eaten.

Effiminate A person who is a womanish in his habit.
Effiminate One who possess the quantities of woman.
Egoeism Selfishness - opposed to altruism.
Egoism Speaking too much of one self.
Egoist One who speaks using I and me always.
Elastic One which rescemes its normal shape and size after the stress is releases.
Electrometer Instrument used for measuring electricity.
Elegiac Expressing sorrow or lamentation.
Elegy A lament for the dead.
Elixir Not clerical.
Ellipsis The ommission from a sentence of a work or words that would comple the construction.
Elymology Science relating to the formation and development of words.
Elymology Which discribes the birth of a particular word.
Embeyyle Divert money fraudulently to one's own use.
Emeritus Honourably discharged from service.
Emetic Inducing vomiting - something that induces vomiting.
Emollient Soothing to living tissue.
Empericism Belief based on experience or observation.
Encomuim Formal expression of high praise - eulogy.
Encroach Make inroads on others property.
Endemic A disease which becomes prevalent in a particular area on account of its surroundings conditions.
Enduring Long lasting.
Enjoin Direct or order someone to do something.
Enthologist One who studies the science of the variatees of human race.
Entomologist One who studies about insects.
Ephemeral Transitory - short lived - lasting a very short time.
Epicentre (Of Earch Quack) is the point at which earthquake breakout.
Epicure A person who is very fond of sensous enjoyments.
Epicure One who prefers sensual pleasures.
Epidemic A disease which attackes many people in a particular area in one time.
Epilogue A poem of speech at the end of the play.
Epilogue A short speech at the end.
Epiphangi An appearance or manifestation.
Equanimity Evenness of mind or temper.
Equigravisphere A point in space where the gravity is constant.
Equine Of horses - horselike - a horse.
Equinox When days and nights are equal (March21 - September).
Esoteric Known only a few - Reconcile.
Estivate Spend a hot or dry period in a prolonged state of torpor or dormancy.
Estuary A broad channel formed by joining of the sea and river water.
Ethologist One who studies the science of character.
Etiology Study of causation. The study of the cause of disease.
Etymologist One who studies derivations of words - history of linguistic change.
Eulogy Speech or writing that praises - High praise - Encomium.
Euphimism Soften expression.
Euphony

Melodious Music

Euphony Pleasant sound.
Euthanasia Mercy killing painless death to relieve suffering.
Euthenics Science of improving the environment.
Exaggerate Describe a thing beyond limits of truth.
Exasphere This is a outer most zone of the atmosphere and beings at about 40 miles above earth.
Exbiology Science dealing with life or possibilities of life existing beyond the earth.
Exegesis Critical explanation or interpretation.
Exemplary Fit to be
Exercism Slogan to derive or get out of the dragon.
Exodus Departure - Emigration (Usually of a large number of people).
Exonerate Free from blame - Exculpate.
Explicit Fully and clearly expressed.
Extempore Speech delivered without any preparation.
Extinguish To put an end to.
Eymologist One who studies the science and origin of words.

 


One Word Substitution : F

One Word Sentence
Fanatic One who passes interest in religion.
Fatalism Religion that which believes that god is everything.
Fathom Understand fully - unit of length equal to six feet.
Fathometer Instrument used for measuring the depth of the ocean.
Fauna Animals of a given region or period.
Fealthy Sworn allegance to a lord.
Feduciary Of the relationship between a trustee and his principal.
Fertile That which is productive.
Fetish Amulet object believed to have magic power.
Filly A young female horse.
Fission Cleaving or splitting into parts.
Flock Animals such as birds, sheep and goats keeping together in large number.
Flora Plants of a particular region or period.
Flotsom The thing which comes out from sea (Cannot stay in water).
Fluctuating Moving to & fro.
Flux Continuous change - instability - fusion.
Footedpad Robber, who goes on foot.
Formidable That which is heard tobe resisted.
Fortissimo Very loud.
Fragile That which can be easily broken.
Funambulist A rope dancer - who walks on thread.
Funge A class of plants which have no chlorophyll.
Fussion Uniting by metting together.

 


One Word Substitution : G

One Word Sentence
Galvanize Startle into sudden activity - to coat with zinc.
Galvanometer A glass tube for measuring volume changes in chemical reactions between glasses.
Gambrel Type of roof.
Gastronomy Relating to taste (Food taste).
Gender Male goose
Genealogist One who traces the history of the descent of families.
Geneology Heredity, Hereditary
Genocide international distriuction of racial groups.
Genuine Authentic - free from pretense.
Geologist One who studies the internal structure of the earth (crust).
Germicide Medicine that kills germs.
Geysers There are natural hot water springs.
Glacier A huge mass of snow moving slowly down the valley and stopes.
Glaciers Mass of lic. Formed by snow on mountains moving slowly along valley.
Gnosticism A type of yoga (Gymnastics).
Government Connoisseur of choice food.
Graminuiorous Animals that feed on grass.Animals that feed on grass.
Gregarious Animals living in flocks.
Gynaecologist One who treates femal diseases

One Word Substitution : H

One Word Sentence
Haemorrhage

Escape of blood to the ruptures of blood vessels inside the body.

Hagiology

Relating to kings Hagiographic.

Herbivore

Plant eater - hoofed mammals.

Herbivorous

Animals eating herbs.

Hedonist

One who devotes himself to pleasure.

Hiatus

Gap - Missing part - Break in continuity - lacuna.

Hibernate

To spend the winter in a dormant state.

Hibernation

Condition of sleep during certain parts of the year.

Hierarchy

Any system of persons or things passed on to other.

Hieroglyphic

Pictographic script.

Histrionics

Acting - Artificial behaviour or speech done for effect.

Hodge-Podge

Heterogeneous mixture - Jumble.

Holocaust

A sacrifice totally concerned by fire - Devastation.

Holography

Making of true - three dimensional photographs by use of laser beams.

Homely

Not beautiful - unattractive - plain.

Homogenous

Things which are of the same kind and of the same dimensions.

Homologous

Corresponding having same or similar relation.

Homophone

Word pronounced the same as, but different in meaning spelled the same wayhood.

Horologist

One who studies the art of clock making.

Horticulture

An art of garden cultivation.

Hostage

Persons given to another as pledge.

Hullabaloo

Clamorous noise or disturbance - Uproar.

Hybrid

Anything derived from heterogeneous sources.

Hydraulics

Study of water or other liquid in Motion.

Hydrographer

One who knows the positions of lands and draws the maps.

Hydrography

Description of oceans and lands and the oceans.

Hydrometer

Instrument used for measuring the specific gravity of liquids.

Hydrophobia

It is usually caused by the bite of mad dog.

Hydrophobia

Rabies disease (Dog's bite) disease of water.

Hydrophone

Instrument used for recording sound under water.

Hydroponics

Culture of plants without soil, with the help of chemical solutions containing nutrients.

Hydrostatics

Relating to water.

Hydrotropic

Turning towards or away from moisture.

Hygrometer

Instrument used for measuring humidity in air.

Hymn

Song in praise of god.

Hyperbola

Curve with two distinct and similar branches.

Hypercriticism

Deep criticism.

One Word Substitution : I

One Word Sentence
Ichthyologist An expert in fishes.
Ichthyology Study of fishes.
Iconoclast Destroyer of images attached on traditions.
Iconography Teaching by pictures and models.
Iconolater Worshipper of idols or images.
Idol Favorite - Any person or thing devotedly or excessively admired.
Igloo Eskimo home shaped hut or native house.
Igneous Of or about fire produced under intense heat.
Ill-o·mened Ill fated - Unlucky
Illegible That which is incapable of being read.
Illicit Unlicensed - unlawful
Imago an insect in its sexually mature adult state
Immiscible Incapable of being mined.
Immutable Unchangeable - unalterable - changeless.
Implicit Not fully and clearly expressed implied.
Imply Indicate without express statement.
Impregnable That which cannot be taken by force.
Improbable That which is not likely to happen.
Impromptu Made or done without previous preparation - Extemporaneous.
Impenetrable impossible to pass through or enter.
Inattentive Not giving proper attention.
Inaudible That which cannot be heard.
Incarcerate imprison or confine.
Incarnadine Blood red - crimson - flesh coloured - pale pink.
Incinerate Burn - Reduce to ashes.
Incognito Travelling under a name other than one's own.
Incombustible Not inflammable
Incompatible Persons who cannot work or live together in harmony.
Incomprehensible That which cannot be understood.
Iconoclast A destroyer of images.
Incorrigible Incapable of being corrected.
Incorruptible very honest : incapable of being corrupted
Incredible That which cannot be believed.
Incriminate Change with a crime or fault.
Incumbent Holding of an office - obligatory.
Indescribable That which is impossible to describe adequately.
Inescapable That which cannot escaped from.
Inevitable Sometimes which cannot fail to come to pass.
Inexplicable That which cannot be explained.
Infallible Incable of making mistakes

Infanticide

Murder or infants.

Infections

That (disease) which is liable to spread.

Inflammable

That which sets on fire easily.

Inimitable

That which cannot be.

Insolation

The sun's energy

Insoluble

That which cannot be dissolved in liquid.

Insomnia

Loss of sleep.

Inhalation

taking air into lungs - stimulus.

Insurmountable

too great to be overcome.

Interdiction

Prohibition prevention from participation in certain sacred acts.

Interjection

A word exclamation

Internist

Medical student receiving training in a hospital.

Intractable

That which cannot be controlled easily.

Invertebrate

Without a backbone - without strength of characters.

Invincible

That which cannot be defeated.

Invulnerable

Incapable of being wounded.

Ionosphere

The layer of the earth's atmosphere which contains a high concentration of ions and free electrons.

Irrevocable

A decision on which one cannot go back.

Isobel

Is a contour lines of equal rainfall.

Isohyets

A line on a map connecting points having the same amount of rainfall in a given period.

Isthmus

A narrow strip of land connecting two larger land masses.

Itinerate

One who journeys from place to place.

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