One Word Substitution Questions of English Language

One Word Substitution Questions of English Language


ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION

 

1.    A place where Buddhist monks live

       (a) stupa                  (b) pagoda

       (c) monastery         (d) temple

(SSC CHSL 12.04.2021 Shift-1)

2.    speed greater than that of sound

       (a) cacophonic        (b) harmonic

       (c) subsonic                              (d) supersonic

(SSC CHSL 12.04.2021 Shift-1)

3.    Doctor who deals with bone problems

       (a) chiropodist        (b) dermatologist

       (c) orthodontist      (d) orthopaedist

(SSC CHSL 12.04.2021 Shift-2)

4.    A large bundle bound for storage or transportation

       (a) Bale   (b) Bevy  (c) Brood (d) Bouquet

(SSC CHSL 12.04.2021 Shift-2)

5.    Doing something awkwardly or in a clumsy manner

       (a) Faltering                             (b) Hastening

       (c) Fumbling                             (d) Stumbling

(SSC CHSL 12.04.2021 Shift-3)

6.    Someone who studies elections and voting statistics

       (a) Analyst                                (b) Psephologist

       (c) Psychologist                          (d) Mathematician

(SSC CHSL 12.04.2021 Shift-3)

7.    The act of thinking now about something in the past

       (a) Introspection    (b) Circumspection

       (c) Retrospection    (d) Inspection

(SSC CHSL 13.04.2021 Shift-1)

8.    A person who draws or produces maps

       (a) Chauffer                              (b) Choreographer

       (c) Cartographer                          (d) Calligrapher

(SSC CHSL 13.04.2021 Shift-1)

9.    A person authorised to examine and verify accounts

       (a) distributor                               (b) commentator

       (c) anchor                                 (d) auditor

(SSC CHSL 13.04.2021 Shift-2)



10.  A place where coins are manufactured

       (a) Mint                     (b) Warehouse

       (c) Mine                    (d) Factory

(SSC CHSL 13.04.2021 Shift-2)

11.  One who is easily deceived

       (a) incredible                           (b) convertible

       (c) Flexible                               (d) gullible

(SSC CHSL 13.04.2021 Shift-3)

12.  In exactly the same words as were used originally

       (a) Duplication                             (b) Verbatim

       (c) Repetition                           (d) Recurrence           

(SSC CHSL 13.04.2021 Shift-3)

13.  A person who presents and acts as a link in a radio or news programme

       (a) disc jockey         (b) anchor

       (c) actor                   (d) programmer

(SSC CHSL 15.04.2021 Shift-1)

14.  Animal that can live both on land and in water

       (a) vertebrate                                (b) arboreal

       (c) mammal                              (d) amphibian

(SSC CHSL 15.04.2021 Shift-1)

15.  An act of breaking or failing to observe a law

       (a) brusque             (b) brooch (c) breach      (d) braid

(SSC CHSL 15.04.2021 Shift-2)

16.  A patient with imaginary symptoms and diseases

       (a) alcoholic                             (b) cardiac

       (c) melancholic                           (d) hypochondriac

(SSC CHSL 15.04.2021 Shift-2)

17.  Based on chance rather than on reason or a plan

       (a) Extraordinary   (b) Ordinary

       (c) Unique                                 (d) Arbitrary

(SSC CHSL 04.08.2021 Shift-3)

18.  A child whose parents are dead

       (a) abandoned        (b) handicapped

       (c) beggar                                 (d) orphan

(SSC CHSL 15.04.2021 Shift-3)

19.  So small or unimportant as to be not worth considering

       (a) feasible                               (b) negligible   

       (c) invincible                            (d) plausible

(SSC CHSL 16.04.2021 Shift-1)

20.  An imaginary, perfect state or place

       (a) utopia                 (b) arcadia (c) dystopia    (d) nostalgia

(SSC CHSL 16.04.2021 Shift-1)

21.  The branch of science concerned with the study of Earth and its composition

       (a) Biology               (b) Geology           (c) Zoology    (d) Metrology

(SSC CHSL 16.04.2021 Shift-2)

22.  In an enthusiastic way

       (a) Heartily                               (b) Unfeelingly

       (c) Earnestly                             (d) Encouragingly

(SSC CHSL 16.04.2021 Shift-2)

23.  A close-fitting cover for the blade of a knife or sword

       (a) Shield (b) Sheath                (c) Carrier        (d) Case

(SSC CHSL 16.04.2021 Shift-3)

24.  a seven-sided figure

       (a) pentagon                            (b) hexagon

       (c) heptagon                             (d) octagon

(SSC CHSL 16.04.2021 Shift-3)

25.  Relating to the present time

       (a) Preceding                           (b) Ancient

       (c) Corollary                             (d) Contemporary

(SSC CHSL 19.04.2021 Shift-1)

26.  Withdraw from a forward position in battle

       (a) Retreat               (b) Resort  (c) Restore     (d) Relocate

(SSC CHSL 19.04.2021 Shift-1)

27.  A person who composes the sequence of steps and moves for a dance performance

       (a) calligrapher       (b) director

       (c) cartographer     (d) choreographer

(SSC CHSL 19.04.2021 Shift-2)

28.  Animals that live In water

       (a) arboreal             (b) aerial (c) terrestrial   (d) aquatic

(SSC CHSL 19.04.2021 Shift-2)

29.  Eat or drink food quickly and in large amounts

       (a) Gulp   (b) Sip     (c) Choke (d) Swish

(SSC CHSL 19.04.2021 Shift-3)

30.  The scientific study of the universe and planets

       (a) gemology                            (b) astrology

       (c) physiology                              (d) astronomy

(SSC CHSL 19.04.2021 Shift-3)

31.  A government run by the wealthy people

       (a) monarchy                           (b) oligarchy

       (c) plutocracy                              (d) aristocracy

(SSC CHSL 04.08.2021 Shift-1)

32.  That which is incapable of being read or understood

       (a) Intelligible          (b) Indelible

       (c) Illegal                  (d) Illegible

       (SSC CHSL 04.08.2021 Shift-1)

33.  A person who formally requests something, especially a job

       (a) applicant                             (b) contestant

       (c) trainee                                 (d) nominee

(SSC CHSL 04.08.2021 Shift-2)

34.  Continuing for a long time

       (a) Prolonged          (b) Infinite

       (c) Project (v)          (d) Profound

(SSC CHSL 04.08.2021 Shift-2)

35.  Fond of company

       (a) Cheerful             (b) Amiable           (c) Gracious   (d) Gregarious

(SSC CHSL 04.08.2021 Shift-3)

36.  A person who arranges and sells cut flowers

       (a) Botanist                              (b) Horticulturist

       (c) Anthropologist                      (d) Florist

(SSC CHSL 04.08.2021 Shift-3)

37.  A new project or business activity involving some risk

       (a) Experiment        (b) Venture (n)

       (c) Entrepreneur      (d) Taboo

(SSC CHSL 05.08.2021 Shift-1)

38.  The branch of physics concerned with the properties of sound

       (a) Mechanics                                (b) Photonics

       (c) Acoustics                             (d) Optics

(SSC CHSL 05.08.2021 Shift-1)

39.  A place or scene of activity, debate, or conflict

       (a) Floor (b) Site    (c) Stadium            (d) Arena

(SSC CHSL 05.08.2021 Shift-2)

40.  Instrument that measures the altitude of the land surface

       (a) Thermometer   (b) Barometer

       (c) Chronometer     (d) Altimeter

(SSC CHSL 05.08.2021 Shift-2)

41.  Relating to soldiers or war

       (a) Marital               (b) Official    (c) Political     (d) Martial

(SSC CHSL 05.08.2021 Shift-3)

42.  one who pretends to be what he is not

       (a) optimist              (b) fanatic      (c) stoic          (d) hypocrite

(SSC CHSL 05.08.2021 Shift-3)

43.  Killing of one's mother

       (a) regicide                               (b) infanticide

       (c) patricide                              (d) matricide

(SSC CHSL 06.08.2021 Shift-1)

44.  a period of two weeks

       (a) century              (b) fortnight          (c) decade      (d) month

(SSC CHSL 06.08.2021 Shift-1)

45.  Not active or growing

       (a) invisible             (b) duplicate         (c) dormant   (d) inanimate

(SSC CHSL 06.08.2021 Shift-2)

46.  Something which cannot be taken by force

       (a) Irresistible         (b) Impregnable

       (c) Imperative         (d) Impromptu

(SSC CHSL 06.08.2021 Shift-2)

47.  A strong interest in something or someone

       (a) Apathy               (b) Empathy          (c) Fixation    (d) Attachment

(SSC CHSL 06.08.2021 Shift-3)

48.  To come to an end

       (a) initiate                (b) inspire (c) expire       (d) exhale

(SSC CHSL 06.08.2021 Shift-3)

49.  A person who presents a radio/television programme

       (a) Star    (b) Anchor               (c) Idol  (d) Speaker

(SSC CHSL 09.08.2021 Shift-1)

50.  One who has the power to do anything

       (a) omnipresent      (b) multifaceted

       (c) omnipotent        (d) multilingual

(SSC CHSL 09.08.2021 Shift-1)

51.  A sentimental longing for a time in the past

       (a) nostalgia            (b) sepia  (c) myopia        (d) dystopia

(SSC CHSL 09.08.2021 Shift-2)

52.  The nest of a squirrel, typically in the form of a mass of twigs in a tree

       (a) Drey  (b) Lair    (c) Burrow (d) Hole

(SSC CHSL 09.08.2021 Shift-2)

53.  One who cannot be reformed or changed

       (a) incorrigible                                (b) indelible

       (c) infallible                              (d) invincible   

(SSC CHSL 09.08.2021 Shift-3)

54.  A person who pretends to have morals and beliefs that he or she doesn't believe in

       (a) versatile                              (b) radical

       (c) hypocrite                                (d) communal

(SSC CHSL 09.08.2021 Shift-3)

55.  A large cage, building or enclosure to keep birds

       (a) Aviary                (b) Aquarium        (c) Zoo            (d) Apiary

(SSC CHSL 10.08.2021 Shift-1)

56.  Leather straps put around a horse's head to control it

       (a) bridle                 (b) stirrup               (c) saddle          (d) bridal

(SSC CHSL 10.08.2021 Shift-1)

57.  The study of ancient civilisations and cultures by examining their sites

       (a) Arachnology      (b) Etymology

       (c) Archaeology      (d) Entomology

(SSC CHSL 10.08.2021 Shift-2)

58.  A professional who works with patients who have heart problems

       (a) cardiologist       (b) paediatrician

       (c) orthopedic         (d) urologist

(SSC CHSL 10.08.2021 Shift-2)

59.  The arrangement of events or dates in the order of their occurrence.

       (a) Chronology                             (b) Calendar

       (c) Chronic                               (d) Routine      

(SSC CHSL 10.08.2021 Shift-3)

60.  A place of ideal perfection especially in laws, government, and social conditions,

       (a) Aden  (b) Paradise            (c) Heaven        (d) Utopia

(SSC CHSL 10.08.2021 Shift-3)

61.  Certain to happen

       (a) Ineffective                               (b) Inevitable

       (c) Avoidable                            (d) Unexpected

(SSC CHSL 11.08.2021 Shift-1)

62.  people existing or living at the same time

       (a) contemporaries (b) population

       (c) inhabitants         (d) community

(SSC CHSL 11.08.2021 Shift-1)

63.  A quick, sudden movement

       (a) Speck (b) Fleck  (c) Dust   (d) Flick

(SSC CHSL 11.08.2021 Shift-2)

64.  A busy, main road for public use

       (a) Thoroughfare            (b) Highway

       (c) Promenade                (d) Avenue

(SSC CHSL 11.08.2021 Shift-2)

65.  someone who runs away from justice

       (a) thief   (b) stowaway          (c) fugitive        (d) cheat

(SSC CHSL 11.08.2021 Shift-3)

66.  A place where a dead person's body is burnt.

       (a) graveyard                           (b) crematorium

       (c) dungeon                              (d) basement

(SSC CHSL 11.08.2021 Shift-3)

67.  one who investigates and solves crimes

       (a) lawyer                (b) journalist         (c) criminal    (d) detective

(SSC CHSL 12.08.2021 Shift-1)

68.  An institution for the care of people who are mentally ill

       (a) Sanatorium                            (b) Infirmary

       (c) Dormitory                           (d) Asylum

(SSC CHSL 12.08.2021 Shift-1)

69.  A person who helps others in need

       (a) patron                                 (b) donor

       (c) contributor                              (d) samaritan

(SSC CHSL 12.08.2021 Shift-2)

70.  One who eats human flesh

       (a) tribal  (b) ethnic (c) humane            (d) cannibal

(SSC CHSL 12.08.2021 Shift-2)

71.  Causing a strong dislike

       (a) Revealing                            (b) Repulsive

       (c) Hateful                                (d) Redundant

(SSC CHSL 12.08.2021 Shift-3)

72.  A hunting weapon which comes back, used by Australian Aborigines

       (a) cutlass                                 (b) harpoon

       (c) boomerang        (d) slingshot

(SSC CHSL 12.08.2021 Shift-3)

 

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