In this post, students will find ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION asked in (SO(Audit), 2006), (SO(CA), 2007), (TA(IT & CE), 2007), (SO(Audit), 2007)

ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION asked in (SO(Audit), 2006), (SO(CA), 2007), (TA(IT & CE), 2007), (SO(Audit), 2007)

(SO(Audit), 2006)

Property handled down after the death of a personInheritance
One who breaks the established traditions and imageIconoclast
One who believes in that gaining pleasure is the most important thing in lifeHedonist
Building in which a dead body is kept for a timeMortuary
Experts in the scientific study of birdsOrnithology
Placing a thing besides anotherJuxtapose
One who does not follow the usual way of lifeBohemian
The first public speech delivered by a personMaiden speech
Wild and noisy disorderPandemonium
General view of person’s characterProfile

(SO(CA), 2007)

A person who is in his seventiesSeptuagenarian
Study of insectsEntomology
Military waking up signals in the morningReveille
The sound of the funeral bellKnell
One who has obstinate and narrow religious viewsBigot
One who loves booksBibliophile
A short poem or speech addressed to the spectators after the conclusion of a dramaEpilogue
Causing or ending in deathFatal
A group of girlsBevy
Belief that war and violence are unjustifiedPacifism

(TA(IT & CE),  2007)

A specialist who tests eyesightOptometrist
Commencement of adjacent words with the same letterAlliteration
A wall built to prevent the sea or a river from flooding an areaDyke
One who walks in sleepSomnambulist
A government by officialsBureaucracy

(SO(Audit), 2007)

Of very bad morals characterized by debasement or degenerationDepraved
Body of a human being or animal embalmed for burialMummy
Something which cannot be believedIncredible
A method which never failsInfallible
A place where birds are keptAviary
The abandonment of one’s country and causeDefection
Treatment by means of exercise and massagePhysiotherapy
Bitter and violent attack in words against someone or somethingDiatribe
Motion of heads, hands etc., as a mode of expression indicating attitudeGesture
To be biased against someone or somethingPrejudice

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