151. Examining one's own mental process.
152. Immediate apprehension by mind without reasoning.
153. A person disabled by illness.
154. Declared null and void.
155. An extremely abusive expression or speech.
156. That cannot be conquered.
157. That cannot be seen.
158. That cannot be wounded or injured.
159. Which has no bearing upon the (discussion, subject).
160. Which cannot be altered or withdrawn.
161. Narrow stretch of land joining two bigger land regions.
162. Art of writing for newspapers and magazines.
163. Sound in judgment.
164. Extent of the authority of someone.
165. Place where dogs are kept.
166. Non-interference by govt. in trade etc.
167. That can be read easily.
168. Designed to cause death.
169. Party to a law suit.
170. Very fond of talking.
171. Connected with the moon.
172. First or earliest (speech, voyage etc.).
173. Animals that suckle their young ones.
174. Murder or murderer of a mother.
175. Negotiate between two to settle differences.
176. Something kept in memory of a person/event.
177. Tendency to tell lies, be deceptive and false.
178. List of dishes served in a restaurant.
179. One who can do anything for money.
180. One who hates mankind.
181. One who hoards money and lives miserably.
182. One (man) who hates women.
183. One who works with a spirit of service.
184. Government by a king.
185. Practice of being married to one only.
186. Exclusive possession of trade in something.
187. Doctrine that there is only one God.
188. Building where dead bodies are kept for sometime.
189. Building where antiquities etc. are exhibited.
190. A drug that relieves pain and induces sleep.
191. Just punishment or retribution.
192. Coining a new word or a new interpretation.
193. Undue favour shown to one's relative.
194. One who suffers from nervous disorder.
195. A stingy person - miser.
196. A new entrant in a job or profession.
197. Central portion of an atom or anything.
198. Notice of one's death - generally in newspaper.
199. Building with apparatus to watch stars/planets.
200. An eight sided figure.
201. A government by a few.
202. One having infinite power.
203. One present everywhere.
204. One having infinite knowledge.
205. That which cannot be seen through.
206. One who looks at the bright side of things.
207. Curved path of a planet satellite etc.
208. The branch of Sociology dealing with birds.
209. One who opposses use of force, war etc.
210. A medicine supposed to cure all diseases.
211. Continuous view of a landscape/events.
212. A statement that seems contradictory but is true.
213. A person or plant who lives at the expense of others.
214. A social outcast.
215. Tendency to favour or have prejudice against someone.
216. A document allowing a person to travel abroad.
217. Sole right to produce and market some invention.
218. Murder or murderer of father.
219. One who shows off book-learning.
220. Gains, facilities over and above one's salary.
221. One who looks at the dark side of things.
222. A person indifferent to aesthetic values.
223. A writer who steals from the writings of another.
224. A government by the rich.
225. A man who amuses himself in love making.
226. A lover of mankind.
227. One who has fondness for women.
228. Custom of having several husbands.
229. Custom of having several wives.
230. One who speaks/writes many languages.
231. To think intensely.
232. That can be easily carried about.
233. Happening after one's death (child, award).
234. Medical examination of a human body after death.
235. Restructuring the old set up of society.
236. A fictitious name used by a writer/poet.
237. A device to detect direction/range etc., of aeroplanes, ships etc., through radio waves.
238. Excessive use of official procedure causing delay.
239. Strengthen by additional men or material.
240. To restore lost job or privileges.
241. Murder or murderer of a king.
242. Something at a great distance in time or place.
243. Group/Band of persons in someone's attendance.
244. Wanton destruction of machinery etc., by workers.
245. Violation of what is considered sacred.
246. One who comes to the aid of others.
247. Bitter ironically worked remark.
248. A person who is made to bear the blame of others.
249. A person who doubts the truth of religious beliefs. A person who habitually doubts all that is generally accepted.
250. Young member of a noble family.
251. Carving figures in marble, stone wood etc.
252. A black shadow like picture on white background.
253. Things happening at the same time.
254. An office with profit but no work/responsibility.
255. A stay for a short time at a place.
256. Speaking aloud one's thoughts to oneself.
257. A piece of music played or sung by one person.
258. The act/habit of walking in sleep.
259. A habitual drunkard.
260. One who spends extravagantly.
261. An unmarried woman (generally old/matured).
262. One who speaks for others (a party/industry etc.).
263. A place where horses are kept and fed.
264. A sudden rush of frightened people/animals.
265. To make incapable of reproducing by making organs ineffective.
266. One who is indifferent to pleasure and pain.
267. Murder of oneself.
268. More than what is necessary.
269. Silent, motionless group representing a scene.
270. One who never takes strong drinks.
271. One who believes in the existence of God.
272. That lasts for a short time.
273. Belief that soul passes from one body to the other after death.
274. That through which one can see.
275. What happens after every three years.
276. A child who runs away from school.
|1. What is the definition of a "one-word substitution"?|
|2. Why do people use one-word substitutions?|
|3. Are there any examples of commonly used one-word substitutions?|
|4. How can one improve their knowledge of one-word substitutions?|
|5. Are one-word substitutions commonly used in exams or language proficiency tests?|