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One Word Substitutes in English : Quiz

Published on Saturday, February 13, 2016
one word substitute
Directions : In questions given below choose the options which can be substituted for the given words/sentences. 
1. An assembly of listeners
   (a) Audience
   (b) Nostrum

   (c) Ostracise
   (d) Obituary
   (e) None of these

2. A person who hates mankind
    (a) Philanthropist
    (b) Misanthropist
    (c) Nihilist
    (d) Theist
    (e) None of these

3. Animals that suckle their young ones.
    (a) Mammals
    (b) Pisces
    (c) Amphibian
    (d) Birds
    (e) None of these

4. A truth which is often repeated
    (a) Aesthetics
    (b) Truism
    (c) Verbose
    (d) Truant
    (e) None of these

5. Belief in the role of a strong dictator is
    (a) Fanaticism
    (b) Fascism
    (c) Nepotism
    (d) Dogmatism
    (e) None of these

6. A person who practices celibacy
    (a) Celibate
    (b) Mature
    (c) Married
    (d) Widower
    (e) None of these

7. One who firmy believes in fate or destiny
    (a) Honorary
    (b) Gratis
    (c) Dermatologist
    (d) Fatalist
    (e) None of these

8. Allowance due to a wife from her husband on legal separation
    (a) Wage
    (b) Compensation
    (c) Debt
    (d) Alimony
    (e) None of these

9. Birds moving from one place to another
    (a) Migratory
    (b) Respiratory
    (c) Obituary
    (d) Transitory
    (e) None of these

10. The study of the art of printing is
      (a) Typography
      (b) Phenology
      (c) Astrology
      (d) Graphology
      (e) None of these

11. A hardwriting which cannot be easily read.
      (a) Lucid
      (b) Edible
      (c) Illegible
      (d) Legible
      (e) None of these

12. Government in which all religions are honoured is called
      (a) Fanatic
      (b) Ascetic
      (c) Catholic
      (d) Secular
      (e) None of these

13. A style that is full of words is known as
      (a) Elegant
      (b) Complicated
      (c) Verbose
      (d) Bombastic
      (e) None of these

14. Those are practised by statesmen is called
       (a) Diplomacy
       (b) Viewpoint
       (c) Statesmanship
       (d) Politics
       (e) None of these

15. What we say about a man after his death is called
       (a) Epitome
       (b) Elegy
       (c) Posthumous
       (d) Epitaph
       (e) None of these

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1. Audience
2. Misanthropist
3. Mammals
4. Truism
5. Fascism
6. Celibate
7. Fatalist
8. Alimony
9. Migratory
10. Typography
11. Illegible
12. Secular
13. Verbose
14. Diplomacy
15. Epitaph

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