One Word Substitution

One Word Substitution

Study of ancient thingArchaeology
Study of manAnthropology
Study of aviationAeronautics
Study of human bodyAnatomy
Study of space travellingAstronautics
Study of soundAcoustics
Study of foot diseaseChiropodology
Arts of making maps and cartoonsCartography
Arts of making potteryCeramics
Study of racesEthnology
Study of cause of diseasesEtiology
Study of insectsEntomology
Study of origin of wordsEtymology
Study of HeredityGenetics
Study of female DiseaseGynecology
Study of birdsOrnithology
Study of mountainsOntology
Study of bonesOsteology
Study of EggsOology
Study of TeethOdontology
Art of making effective speechOratory
Study of past lifeforms through fossilsPaleontology
Study of child diseasePediatrics
Study of earthquakeSeismology
Study of silkSericulture
Study of poisonToxology
Study of hairTrichology
Study of climate/weatherMeterology
Study of rainfallHyetology
Study of rocksPetrology
One who is indifferent to pleasure or PainStoic
Animals that feed on PlantsHerbivorous
Short Remaining End of CigaretteStub,Butt
A person Concerned with practical results and valuesPragmatist
A person who can use both hand equally wellAmbidextrous
The firing of number of guns together as a salute or
Study of Problems of legal punishment and prison
One who cannot be defeatedInvincible
One who is between 80 and 89 years oldOctogenarian
A person who makes love without serious intensionPhilanderer

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An established principle of practical wisdomMaxim
A foreigner who settle in a countryImmigrant
Doing something according to one’s own free willVoluntarily
Places that provide refugeAsylum
A person who gambles or betsPunter
Art of writing for newspaper and MagzinesJournalism
An abandoned child of unknown parents who is found by
Part of a country behind the coast or a riverbankHinterland
A written statement about someone’s character usually
provided by an employer
One who does not make mistakeInfallible
An official cell to appear in a court of lawSummon
To cut a part of a person’s bodyAmputate
One who is filled with excessive and mistaken enthusiasm
about his religion
A list of item to be transacted in a meetingAgenda
The highest point Zenith
A speech delivered without previous preparationExtempore
One who is pretend to be what he is notHypocrite
Study of heavenly bodiesAstronomy
A public sale in which property or item are sold to the
highest bidder
A scientific study of stars and planetsAstronomy
A sleeping room with many bedsDormitory
A disease which spreads by contactContagious
To take somebody away by force and hold him or her
prisoner, usually for ransom
Fit to be eatenEdible
The man whom a woman is getting to marryFiance
Boundary of an areaPeriphery
To store and stockHide
The government by the nobilityAristocracy
Study of relations of organism to one another and to
their surroundings
Belief that god is in everything and that everything is godPantheism
That which cannot be called backIrrevocable
One who journeys from place to placeItinerant
To be biased againstPrejudiced
Bitter and violent attack in wordsDiatribe
The abandonment of one’s country or couseDesertion
A method which never failsUnflinching
Person holding a scholarship at a universityBursar
A person concerned with practical results and valuesPragmatist
Member of a band of robbersBrigand
Irresistible craving for alcoholic drinksDipsomania
A raised place on which offering to a god are madeAltar
Something capable of being doneFeasible
To deprive a thing on its holy characterDesecrate
A man with prejudiced views against religionBigot
One who deserts his religion Apostate
A person with a long experience of any occupationVeteran
Words written on a tombEpitaph
Stealthily doneSurreptitious
A person who opposes was or use of military forcePacifist
Severely abusive writing in journalsScurrilous
Fear of being enclosed in a small closed spaceClaustrophobia
Speaking without preparationExtempore
Person who practices unnatural sexual intercourse,
especially between male persons
To issue a thunderous verbal attackFulminate
A man who asks many questionsInquisitive
That which last for a short timeTransitory
A person who believes the total abolition of warPacifist
Constant effort to achieve somethingPerseverance
One who walks on ropesAcrobat
The study of the origin and history of wordsEtymology
A person has an evil reputationNotorious
A person who helps even a stranger in difficultySamaritan
doing undue favour to their relativesNepotism
The production of raw silkSericulture
Meaningless language with an exaggerated style intended to impressRhetoric
Of very bad morals, characterised by debasement or degenerationDesultory
Body of a human being or animal embalmed for burialMummy
A method which never failsUnflinching
the abandonment of one’s country or causeDiatribe
Motion of head hands etc, as a mode of expression indicating attitudeGesture
To be baised againstPartial
To confirm with the help of evidenceExtricate
The action of looking within or into one’s own mindIntrospection
One who has narrow and prejudiced religious viewsBigot
Capable of being interpreted in two waysAmbiguous
One who hides away on a ship to obtain a free passageCompositor
Clues available at a sceneCircumstantial
AN emolument over and above fixed income or salary Honorarium
One who know many languagesLinguist
One who does not follow the usual rules of social lifeBohemian
Placing a thing besides anotherImpose
Wild and Noisy disorderPandemonium
A round about way for speakingCircumlocation
An order requiring a person to attend a courtSubpoena
Practice of employing spies in warEspionage
A fixed territory in which authority can be exercisedJurisdiction
Avoiding wastageEconomical
Sole right to make and sell some inventionPatent
Speak made to oneself when one is aloneSoliloquy
To give up the throne or other office of dignityAbdicate
The area controlled by a foreign rulerColony
Loss of memoryAmnesia
A raised place on which offerings to god are madeAltar
A person of obscure position who has gained wealthParvenu
A study of sound is known as Phonetics
TO reduce to nothingAnnul
An obviously true or hackneyed statementTruism
Wicked to a high degreeHeinous
One desirous of getting moneyAvaricious
A foolish personSimpleton
To Listen secretly to what is said in privateEavesdrop
The name of the garment worn by nunHabit
The action of draining somethingExhaustion
Surgical removal of all or part of a limbAmputation
Identification with the feelings of anotherEmpathy
A list of passengers and luggageWay bill
A pole or beam used as a temporary supportProp
One who takes care of a buildingJanitor
Am assembly of worshiperCongregation
A person who lives by himselfRecluse
Detail plan of a journeyItinerary
A system of naming thingNomenclature
A decorative ring of flowers and leavesWreath
A public institution for the care and protection of children without parentsOrphanage
A heavy continuous fall of rainDownpour
Forewarning of an impending dangerPremonition
To turn out of societyOstracize
Angry at injusticeIndignant
Compensation for lossIndemnity
A person with remunerationHonorary
A person against whom legal action is institutedDependent
A decision on which one cannot be backIrrevocable
A person in charge of a museum Curator
A system of government in which only one political party is allowed to functionOligarchy
One not concerned with right or wrongAmoral
Call upon God or any power for help and protectionInvocation
One who has become dependent on something or drugs isAddict
Flat metal or porcelain plate fixed on a wall as an ornament or memorialPlaque
A person who breaks into a house in order to stealBurglar
Tough tissue in jointsLigaments
The first model of a new devicePrototype
A shy look that is lustfulLeer
A jocular person who is full of amusing anecdotesWag
Without risk of punishmentImpunity
Excessive preoccupation with one’s helathHypochondria
Beliefs in many godsPolytheism
A person who believes that only selfishness motivates human actionCynic
Opinion contrary to accepted doctrinesHeresy
That which cannot be avoidedInevitable
Someone who is designated to hear both sides of a dispute and make judgementArbitrator

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