ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION – Part – 3

ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION asked in (SAS, 2010), (CPO, 2010), (Investigator, 2010), (CGL T-1, 2011)

ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION asked in (SAS, 2010), (CPO, 2010), (Investigator, 2010), (CGL T-1, 2011)

(SAS, 2010)

One who is a citizen not of a country but of the worldCosmopolitan
Circular building or hall with a domeRotunda
The use of many words where only a few are necessaryCircumlocution
A continuous process of change is known asFlux
An involuntary action under a stimulus is described as aReflex

(CPO, 2010)

Determine the nature of diseaseDiagnose
Occurring at nightNocturnal
Arrangement in order of occurrenceChronological
Science of heredityGenetics
To run away with a loverElope
Words of similar meaningSynonyms
To be known for bad actsNotorious
Belonging to all parts of the worldUniversal
One who tends to take a hopeful view of a lifeOptimist
Instrument to measure atmospheric pressureBarometer

(Investigator, 2010)

With much liveliness and a sense of purposeJauntily
Seeing something which is not actually presentHallucination
The practice of having more than one husbandPolyandry
Calmness and indifference to sufferingStoicism
Person who insists on adherence to formal rules or literary meaningPedant

(CGL T-1, 2011)

The practice of submitting a proposal to popular voteReferendum
An object or portion serving as a sampleSpecimen
Not to be moved by entreatyDespotic
To renounce a high position of authority or controlAbdicate
Code of diplomatic etiquette and precedenceProtocol
To struggle helplesslyFlounder
Loss of memoryAmnesia
Release of a prisoner form jail on certain terms and conditionsParole
Feeling inside you which tells you what is right and what is wrongConscience
An inscription on a tombEpitaph
To look at someone in an angry or threatening wayGlower
Pertaining to cattleBovine
A person who writes decorativelyCalligrapher
Something that causes deathFatal
A post with little work but high salarySinecure
A test in which cells from diseased organs are removed and testedBiopsy
One who compiles a dictionaryLexicographer
To avoid giving a direct answer to a question in order to hide the truthPrevaricate
Words uttered impiously about GodBlasphemy
A person who has no money to pay off his debtsInsolvent

ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION – Part – 2 – Study Firm

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