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Note for One Word Substitutes - OWS by Abhishek Apoorv

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ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION (1 to 100) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 A bicycle for two or more people A body of persons appointed to hear evidence or judge and give their verdict (decision) A brief or a short stay at a place A broad road bordered with trees A building in which aircraft are housed A building where an audience sits A child born after death of his father A collection of slaves A decorative ring of flowers and leaves A den for small animals A disease that affects a large number of people in an area at the same time A disease which is spread by direct contact A doctor who specializes in the eye diseases of the eyes A doctor who treats children A dramatic performance A drawing on transparent paper A figure of speech by which a thing is spoken of as being that which it only resembles A fixed orbit in space in relation to earth A former student of a school, college or university A four footed animal A four-wheeled carriage for a baby, pushed by a person on foot A game in which no one wins A general pardon of offenders A geometrical figure with eight sides A government by officials A group of girls A group of three powerful people A guide-post pointing out the way for a place A heavy continuous fall of rain A humorous drawing dealing with current events or politics A jocular person who is full of amusing anecdotes A large number of fish swimming together A large sleeping-room with many beds A light sailing boat built specially for racing A list of books and writings of one author or one subject A list of books available in a library A list of passengers and luggage A low-area storm with high winds rotating about a centre of low atmospheric pressure A man having no hair on scalp A man of lax moral A man who does not know how to read or write A man who knows a lot about things like food, music and art A man who waste his money on luxury A man with abnormal habits A medicine to nullify the effect of poison A method which never fails A mild or indirect expression substituted for an offensive or harsh one A mournful poem or a song A narrow stretch of land connecting two large bodies of land A notice of a person's death Tandem Jury Sojourn Boulevard Hanger Auditorium Posthumous Coffle Wreath Hutch Epidemic Contagious Ophthalmologist Paediatrician Masque Transparency Simile Geo-stationary Alumnus Quadruped Pram Draw Amnesty Octagon Bureaucracy Bevy Triumvirate finger-post Downpour Cartoon Wag Shoal Dormitory Yacht Bibliography Catalogue Waybill Cyclone Bald Licentious Illiterate Connoisseur Extravagant Eccentric Antidote Infallible Euphemism Elegy Isthmus Obituary

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51 52 53 54 A number of stars grouped together A paper written by hand A part of a word that can be pronounced separately A person coming to a foreign land to settle there A person devoted to sensual enjoyment, especially that derived from fine food and 55 drink 56 A person eighty years of age 57 A person in a vehicle or on horseback escorting another vehicle 58 A person interested in collecting, studying and selling of old things 59 A person interested in reading books and nothing else 60 A person not sure of the existence of God 61 A person of good understanding knowledge and reasoning power 62 A person who believes that only selfishness motivates human actions 63 A person who breaks into houses in order to steal 64 A person who brings goods illegally into the country 65 A person who devotes his/her life for the welfare of others 66 A person who does not believe in any religion 67 A person who gambles or bets 68 A person who helps even a stranger in difficulty 69 A person who insists on something 70 A person who is always hopeful and looks upon the brighter side of things 71 A person who is fluent in two languages 72 A person who is greatly respected because of wisdom 73 A person who is killed because of their religious or other beliefs 74 A person who is skilled in horsemanship 75 A person who is unable to pay debts 76 A person who is well known in an unfavourable way 77 A person who is working in the same institution 78 A person who kills somebody especially for political reasons 79 A person who knows many foreign languages 80 A person who lives by himself 81 A person who loves mankind 82 A person who never takes alcoholic drinks 83 A person who opposes war or use of military force 84 A person who pretends to be what he is not 85 A person who supports or speaks in favour of something 86 A person who thinks only about himself and not about others needs 87 A person who travels to a sacred place as an act of religious devotion 88 A person who tries to deceive people by claiming to be able to do wonderful things 89 A person who writes decoratively 90 A person with a long experience of any occupation 91 A person without training or experience in a skill or subject 92 A person worship only one God 93 A person's peculiar habit A picture of a person or a thing drawn in such a highly exaggerated manner to cause a 94 laughter 95 A place of good climate for invalids 96 A place of permanent residence 97 A place where all religions are honoured 98 A place where bees are kept 99 A place where birds are kept 100 A place where clothes are kept Constellation Manuscript Syllable Immigrant Epicurean Octogenarian Outrider Antiquarian Book-worm Agnostic Intellectual Cynic Burglar Smuggler Altruist Pagan Punter Samaritan Stickler Optimist Bilingual Venerable Martyr Equestrian Insolvent Notorious Colleague Assassin Linguist Recluse Philanthropist Teetotaller Pacifist Imposter Advocate Egocentric Pilgrim Trickster Calligrapher Veteran Novice Monotheist Idiosyncrasy Caricature Sanatorium Domicile Secular Apiary Aviary Wardrobe

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ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION (101 to 200) 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 A place where government / public records are kept A place where Jews worship according to their religion A place where money is coined A place where monks live as a secluded community A pole or beam used as a temporary support A political leader appealing to popular desires and prejudices A post with little work but high salary A professional soldier hired to serve in a foreign army A proficient public speaker A religious discourse A remedy for all diseases A round or cylindrical container used for storing things such as food, chemicals or rolls of film A school for infants and young children A sea abounding in islands A set of three related works by same author A short journey made by a group of persons together A short poem or speech addressed to the spectators after the conclusion of drama A short story based on your personal experience A short trip or excursion A sly look that is lustful A small enclosure for cattle, sheep, poultry etc. A small house with all rooms on one floor A small room in a big house, hotel, etc. where glasses, dishes, spoons food, etc. are kept A small shop that sells fashionable clothes, cosmetics etc. A song embodying religious and sacred emotions A speaker's platform A special fondness or liking for A specialist who tests eyesight A speech designed to incite action A strong dislike A study of sounds is known as A style full of words A style in which a writer makes display of his knowledge A supplement to a will A system of Government in which only one political party is allowed to function A tank where fish or water plants are kept A test in which cells from diseased organs are removes and tested A thing likely to be easily broken A thrown object or a weapon capable of returning to thrower A wall built to prevent the sea or a river from flooding an area A woman having more than one husband at the same time A woman whose husband is dead A woman with dark brown hair A word composed of the first letters of the words in a phrase A word which reads the same when read forward or backwards A word, phrase, or name formed by rearranging the letters of another A workman who fits and repairs pipes A writing or a speech in praise of someone A written statement about someone's character, usually provided by an employer Able to use right hand and left hand equally well Archive Synagogue Mint Monastery Prop Demagogue Sinecure Mercenary Orator Sermon Panacea Canister Kindergarten Archipelago Trilogy Excursion Epilogue Anecdote Jaunt Leer Pen Bungalow Pantry Boutique Hymn Podium Propensity Optometrist Exhortation Animosity Phonetics Verbose Pedantic Codicil Totalitarianism Aquarium Biopsy Brittle Boomerang Dyke Polyandry Widow Brunette Acronym Palindrome Anagram Plumber Eulogy Testimonial Ambidextrous

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151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 Act of deceiving somebody in order to make money Act of mercy killing Act of stealing in small quantities Action that is likely to make people very angry All the arts, beliefs and social institutions etc, characteristics of a race Always ready to attack or quarrel Amount of money demanded by kidnappers An abandoned child of unknown parents who is found by somebody An act of misappropriation of money An allowance made to a wife by her husband, when they are legally separated An animal which lives by preying on other animals An apartment building in which each apartment is owned separately by the people living in it, but also containing shared areas An area of land that is controlled by a ruler An assembly of worshippers An emolument over and above fixed income or salary An established principle of practical wisdom An excessively morbid desire to steal An expression of mild disapproval An extract from a book of writing An object or portion serving as a sample An obviously true or hackneyed statement An underhand device resorted to in order to justify misconduct An unexpected piece of good fortune Animal that can live on land and in water Animal that feeds on plants Animals that eat flesh Animals that live in a particular region Animals which live in water Animals who live in herds Animals without backbone Anything written in a letter after it is signed Art of writing for newspapers and magazines Be the embodiment or perfect example of Belief or opinion contrary to what is generally accepted Belief that God is in everything and that everything is God Belonging to all parts of the world Belief that war and violence are unjustified Body of a human being or animal embalmed for burial Call upon God or any other power (like law) for help or protection Capable of being understood in either of two or more possible senses, and thus not definite Chanting of magic spells Chief of a group of workmen Clues available at the scene Code of diplomatic etiquette and precedence Commencement of adjacent words with the same letter Conferred as an honour Constant efforts to achieve something Continuing fight between parties, families, clans, etc. Deep in thought Deriving pleasure from inflicting pain on others Fraud Euthanasia Pilferages Inflammatory Civilization Aggressive Ransom Foundling Embezzlement Alimony Predator Condominium Dominion Congregation Perquisite Maxim Kleptomania Reproof Excerpt Specimen Truism Manoeuvre Windfall Amphibians Herbivorous Carnivorous Fauna Aquatic Gregarious Invertebrates Postscript Journalism Personify Heresy Pantheism Cosmopolitan Pacifism Mummy Invocation Ambiguous Incantation Foreman Circumstantial Protocol Alliteration Honorary Perseverance Feud Pensive Sadism

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