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One Word Substitution Unique & The Most Helpful. OWS Part 8

In the realm of language proficiency assessments, mastering one word substitution (OWS) is pivotal, especially when preparing for exams such as the SSC, including the prestigious SSC CGL. From the foundational stages, like Class 3, students begin encountering these exercises, where a single word stands in for more complex concepts. As learners progress, they compile a growing list of one word substitutions to enhance their command over English. Examples of these one word substitutes abound, with terms like ‘cynosure’ highlighting the focal point and ‘ephemeral’ encapsulating fleeting moments. These exercises are not only integral for exams but also for broader linguistic proficiency in everyday English one word substitution scenarios. Embracing these substitutes provides an easy yet effective way to navigate the intricacies of language, ensuring a solid foundation for success in language assessments.

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701 ACADEMIC connected with education They bragged about their facilities and their winning traditions and none of them, of course, made any mention of the academic difficulties he would face in college. “Oh, don’t worry about Cap from an academic standpoint,” he assured me.
702 ADMINISTRATIVE connected with organizing the work of an institution A hockey stadium, a swimming stadium, an equestrian stadium, an enormous and monolithic exhibition hall, a gymnasium, a Greek amphitheater, tennis courts, restaurants, and sprawling administrative buildings were all in various stages of completion. I stopped working on it three years ago, when he married Linda, his administrative assistant.
703 ARTICULATORY connected with the action of making speech sounds Linguist Gretchen McCulloch noted that existing words give us very little guidance, and that the sequence of the voiced phoneme /v/ and unvoiced /f/ make for some tricky articulatory acrobatics. Chewing gum, in the parlance of this study, is “an articulatory motor activity” that “interferes with the experience of “hearing’ musical recollections.”
704 AUTOMOTIVE connected with engines-driven vehicles She put on some worn denim overalls that her husband had brought along with other automotive items and set about on a new restoration of the house. But Howard was certain that he could coax his new city into the automotive age.
705 BRIDAL connected with a bride or wedding It looked like a room of little bridal veils. She had the album open to photos of her in America: her college graduation, her bridal shower, her citizenship ceremony.
706 BUCOLIC connected with the countryside or country life In their wake fell a strange and bucolic calm, as if it were just another summer day, and nothing out of the ordinary had happened. And now here Wes was, walking around Dundee Village, hoping these bucolically named “avenues” and “circles” would lead him to a better place than the city streets had.
707 BUDGETARY connected with a budget I try not to picture Grandma Rose’s reaction when I tell her Kareena wants me to be a budgetary assistant. His boss cited “budgetary problems” for the dismissal, but the reality was that Rand often worked directly for the Pentagon, and Rand bosses were reluctant to offend their employers.
708 CARDIAC connected with the heart or heart disease “Could you get a nurse? My chest feels very…tight. I think I’m going into cardiac arrest.” These two small gestures practically cause cardiac arrest, so I am thinking that it is perhaps for the best that she does not race over and say anything.
709 CELLULAR connected with cells of plants and animals A miscarriage is lonely, painful, and demoralizing almost on a cellular level. One guy in his bathrobe was on a cellular phone and I figured he was talking to the police.
710 CINEMATIC connected with movies She held the smoke in and then turned in cinematic profile and let it out. I convinced them to open a DVD library in the corner of the store, like a public service preserving our cinematic history.
711 CIRCUMSTANTIAL connected with particular circumstances But because the evidence was circumstantial, and because Bryce’s family was rich and powerful with lots of influence in New Rome, he’d got away with the lighter sentence of banishment. The theory of Burt’s involvement in the murder of Bigheart and Vaughan, though, was still based on circumstantial evidence.
712 CLERICAL connected with office work Somehow Ellsworth had blundered”either through carelessness or a clerical error”and didn’t pay $480 that was owed, and as contractually agreed upon, the company had the right to dispose of the storage room’s contents. Pondering this clerical riddle, he was surprised to see Mr. Reilly himself burst like a torpedo through the door.
713 CLIMATIC connected with climate In addition, Australia’s aridity, infertility, and climatic unpredictability limited its hunter-gatherer population to only a few hundred thousand people. Second, among Mediterranean zones, western Eurasia’s experiences the greatest climatic variation from season to season and year to year.
714 COGNITIVE connected with mental process of understanding We were required to write a research paper for Psychology and I chose it as my subject, then used the paper as an excuse to interrogate every neuroscientist and cognitive specialist at the university. Rest also presented particular opportunities for strengthening cognitive and analytical skills.
715 COMIC connected with comedy In the comics there are people with round holes for eyes, others who can hypnotize you instantly, others with secret identities, others who can stretch their faces into any shape at all. “Well, no, I didn’t get it from a comic book, but I didn’t come up with it on my own, either,” I confessed.
716 COMMERCIAL connected with the buying and selling of goods and services She had the kind of smile you see in toothpaste commercials, where you can see practically all of somebody’s teeth. He’s a regular peppermint stick now, all sugar-crystal and saccharine when he isn’t making veiled references to certain commercial products that every worshipper absolutely needs.”
717 CONSPIRATORIAL connected with conspiracy All I will hear will be that small voice, inviting and conspiratorial, gleeful, urging me over. He lowered his voice and gave Scipio a conspiratorial look.
718 CONSTITUTIONAL connected with constitution He wished to establish a precedent that clarified the constitutional ambiguities concerning the power of Congress over slavery. Grandfather left for his constitutional stroll around the city, but I was not allowed to join him.
719 CONTEXTUAL connected with a particular context We do this because, like vervets, we are a lot more attuned to personal cues than contextual cues. The Rule of 150 suggests that the size of a group is another one of those subtle contextual factors that can make a big difference.
720 CORPORATE connected with corporation By the 1930s, however, utility holding companies came to symbolize the corporate corruption and greed that the average American saw as the root cause of the Great Depression. “I know most gunters cling to the absurd notion that IOI is evil. And that the Sixers are ruthless corporate drones with no honor and no respect for the “true spirit’ of the contest.
721 CULINARY connected with cooking or food “Never mind, I’ll get the dinner and be servant, you be mistress, keep your hands nice, see company, and give orders,” said Jo, who knew still less than Meg about culinary affairs. “She graduated from culinary school a couple of years ago. She’s our second-best icing froster. The best being me, of course.”
722 DEMONIC connected with the demon Whatever demonic force moved Othor had been driven out by the flames; the twisted thing they had found in the ashes had been no more than cooked meat and charred bone. Their fundamental claim is that, although some argue that such cases are miraculous or demonic, they are in fact perfectly easy to reproduce.
723 DEVOTIONAL connected with religious services A long zipper of scar tissue in her side showed where she had made a devotional sacrifice to the Harvesters and the Life Cult. Aquinas Christianized Ad Herennium, partly misunderstood it”misreading “solitude” for “solicitude,” thus accidentally discovering a devotional aspect in it”and became the patron saint of medieval mnemotechnics.
724 DIAGNOSTIC connected with identifying an illness “Psycho” had a sudden mental-ward reality about it, a systematic, diagnostic sound. For most of the twentieth century, medicine had been using the same primitive diagnostic criterion of sex formulated by Klebs way back in 1876.
725 DICTATORIAL connected with a dictator Within a few months of assuming power, however, he and his image makers had fashioned a new dictatorial narrative. Kim Jong II inherited his dictatorial control of North Korea from his father in 1994″the first hereditary succession in the communist world.
726 DIPLOMATIC connected with managing relations between countries Jim Kim had the finesse and diplomatic skills to deal with bureaucrats and large organizations such as WHO and the World Bank. Conflicts came to an end with diplomatic negotiations.
727 DOMESTIC connected with the home or family The most noteworthy achievement of Winner Lane, now in his midforties, is the sheer length of his criminal record: nearly three dozen arrests for burglary, domestic violence, trespassing, resisting arrest, and other mayhem. Inside she placed her couch, cougar skins, an Axminister carpet, rocking chairs, and assorted other artifacts of domestic life.
728 DRAMATIC connected with the plays or theatre Oppenheimer’s arrival at Berkeley was rather less dramatic than his arrival a few months earlier at Caltech, which he had reached after a breakneck automobile drive through the desert punctuated by two serious crack-ups. But even if the preindustrialized Appalachians were only half as wild and dramatic as in the paintings of Durand and others like him, they must have been something to behold.
729 ELECTORAL connected with the elections But thanks in great part to the deft political maneuverings of Aaron Burr, all twelve of New York’s electoral votes went to Jefferson. The vote was close, but he thought he saw a path to the 270 electoral votes needed for victory.
730 ELEMENTARY connected with the first stages of a course of study They went out to the courts behind the nearby elementary school. There is, we are told, an infinite hierarchy of universes, so that an elementary particle, such as an electron, in our universe would, if penetrated, reveal itself to be an entire closed universe.
731 EQUESTRIAN connected with riding horses “Now!” cried the Wart With a blood-curdling beat of iron hoofs the mighty equestrians came together. A hockey stadium, a swimming stadium, an equestrian stadium, an enormous and monolithic exhibition hall, a gymnasium, a Greek amphitheater, tennis courts, restaurants, and sprawling administrative buildings were all in various stages of completion.
732 ETHICAL connected with beliefs and principles about what is right or wrong Despite scientists’ fears, the ethical crackdown didn’t slow scientific progress. I firmly believe it is the most ethical decision-the risk of race extinction justifies the elimination of a few.
733 EXOTIC connected with foreign countries Her defect, frightening and exotic as it was, was also a theatrical failure. And the fruits”mango, guava, avocado”these we had barely glimpsed before, in the big Kroger store in Atlanta, yet now the trees reach right down and deliver such exotic prizes straight into our hands!
734 EXTRATERRESTRIAL connected with the life existing outside the earth Congress and the Council of Ministers of the U.S.S.R. to fund a search for extraterrestrial intelligence is the hard part.’ The extraterrestrial attacker has returned to the pit.
735 FERROUS connected with iron Large ferrous appliances, such as the wheeled metal canisters for liquid nitrogen known as Dewar flasks, had to be chained in place. “It will also soak up the blood of its targets, giving bloodswords their distinctive ferrous odor,” Erastis added helpfully, “and making for easy cleanup.”
736 FILIAL connected with the way children behave towards their parents Fuller, who had never known his own father, developed a deep, almost filial affection for the older man. It was such a fake gesture to go along with her fake feelings of moral and filial commitment that she knew right away how foolish she seemed.
737 FISCAL connected with public money and taxes People swarming in, cities doubling and trebling in numbers of inhabitants, while the fiscal guardians groan over the increasing weight of improvements and the need to care for a large new spate of indigents. It’s how he handles all of his problems, from fights with mom to a bad fiscal quarter for his business.
738 FLUVIAL connected with river “Its fluvial systems ” the natural ones and also the mesh of canals throughout the capital ” carry to us miasmata that weaken the body.” Located south of Bailique, it is the world’s largest fluvial island, about the size of Switzerland.
739 FORENSIC connected with the crime-related scientific tests At Belo Horizonte, he joined the university faculty and founded, on the side, Brazil’s first DNA-fingerprinting company, providing paternity tests for families and forensic studies for the police. There were accusations and explanations and search parties and forensic explorations and teams of detectives.
740 GASTRONOMIC connected with cooking and eating good food And the gastronomic suggestions only confirmed to my mind that the English didn’t know the meaning of the word food. Mr. Cowen presents the wisdom of the ages as if it were a series of dispatches from the gastronomic front lines.
741 GRISLY connected with death and violence A sarcophagus, engraved with Ancient Greek scenes of cities in flames and heroes dying grisly deaths. A rally was held, after which the armed men went on a rampage, murdering approximately thirty people in a dreadful and grisly attack.
742 HERBACEOUS connected with plants having soft stems But Americans pronounce the h in herbaceous, herbicide, and herbivore. The herbaceous smell of cut grass mingled with lilac.
743 HISTORICAL connected with the study of history or past “Maybe all our stuff really is in the historical records where he comes from. That would mean he’s not lying about the future. That’s good news, right?” How do you integrate your projects with local, national, and international events? with historical, biological, geological, and astronomical time scales?
744 HOLOGRAPHIC connected with hologram He had laminated Buford’s tabletop with a magic scroll that projected a pint-sized holographic simulation of Coach Hedge. The holographic Mrs. Tobin appeared behind the young adult librarian’s desk.
745 IMPERIAL connected with empire As soon as his son was born, he began to make trips and inquiries to gain influence, in hopes that he could marry his son to a member of the imperial family. It was the imperial dream of a feudal age that made men enslave others.
746 INFERNAL connected with hell I struggled and struggled and became wet with perspiration, but I did not want to admit defeat and pick the infernal thing up with my hands. “The infernal machines passed within a few blocks from my house…and I didn’t think to step outside to see them. After New York was destroyed we all went to bed.”
747 INFLATIONARY connected with a rise in prices of goods and services This expansion is said to be “inflationary,” meaning that the universe at one time expanded at an increasing rate rather than the decreasing rate that it does today. “Certainly,” the New York Times reported in March 2000, “inflationary wage gains are not evident in national wage statistics.”
748 INSULAR connected with an island Supreme Court”the one branch of government charged with the responsibility of protecting “discrete and insular minorities” from the excesses of majoritarian democracy and guaranteeing constitutional rights for groups deemed unpopular or subject to prejudice. She paused, thinking of their lonely house on top of the hill, her basement bedroom, her parents’ insular lives.
749 INTERFAITH connected with people of different religions Baba was filling Thaya Jaan in on plans for the carnival and how he was inviting local churches, synagogues, temples, and interfaith organizations to attend. And then they decided to open up the lawn for the interfaith carnival and raise funds for rebuilding.
750 INTERPERSONAL connected with relationships between people But then he stumbled upon Martin’s definition of integration””intergroup and interpersonal living””and decided to just go with it. The harm done by this social silence is more than interpersonal.
751 JUDICIAL connected with a judge His successors strengthened the resulting embryonic Zulu state by expanding its judicial system, policing, and ceremonies. After delivering a spirited defense of her husband’s right to make judicial appointments before he left office, Abigail launched a frontal attack on Jefferson’s character.
752 LATERAL connected with the side of something She glued brackets to them, then attached those to what she’d called the “lateral” to the right, and the “upper left cuspid,” which is that tooth that looks like a fang. When they stood still, they balanced with their lateral legs, and when they moved, they turned both front and back legs to steer.
753 LEGISLATIVE connected with the act of making and passing law Starvation of men as another means of breaking them, and the floggings for which Lynds had been famous, were viewed by the legislative panel as less innocuous than he pretended. It was a monumental irony: The man famous as the indefatigable orator of independence in the Continental Congress was obliged to remain silent in the legislative councils of the new government.
754 LEXICAL connected with the words of a language For all its length and lexical exuberance, the sentence is easy to follow, because the reader never has to keep a phrase suspended in memory for long while new words pour in. But out there on the page, the connections have to be signaled by the lexical and syntactic resources of the English language.
755 LITERARY connected with literature She knew she was holding a one-of-a-kind literary treasure and should be feeling something along the lines of awe or amazement, but all she felt was disappointment. We’d pick out a passage from the Bible and examine it from a literary standpoint.
756 LOCOMOTIVE connected with movement The press was an enormous lime green contraption, rollers and conveyor pulleys in a cast-iron housing; it started with the hesitancy of a nineteenth- century locomotive and shrieked and bleated while it ran. In front of our flat was a huge roundhouse where locomotives were cleaned and repaired.
757 MAGISTERIAL connected with a magistrate I was surprised when this magisterial explanation met only with a look of pity and impatience. Long before President Nixon met his Waterloo over the Watergate burglary, he escaped from another tight spot with a magisterial speech, at the heart of which was a nakedly cheesy pathos appeal.
758 MANAGERIAL connected with the work of a manager York might be young and untested, but as Ernest’s designated director, his managerial authority would be, at least in formal terms, indisputable. “The Zed! Good to hear from you. Let me call you back, I’m just going into a managerial meeting,” Emenike said.
759 COSMIC connected with the whole universe Reading about galaxies and cosmic microwaves helps me to breathe more easily. There are worlds that have been charred and ruined by cosmic catastrophes.
760 MARITAL connected with marriage Through his parents’ various marital split-ups, he’d moved repeatedly from one remote and inhospitable town to another, learning to negotiate a series of stepparents along the way. Chicago was a break in my journey, a resumption of my name, identity, and happy marital status.
761 MERCANTILE connected with trade and commercial affairs Lefty’s father had loved market season at the Koza Han, but the mercantile impulse hadn’t been passed down to his son. On occasion there might be an awkward encounter in the mercantile or the hardware store, in which members of one nationality might exchange a halted word of greeting with those of another.
762 MONETARY connected with all the money in a country A high school student might be left out if you spoke about “monetary policy,” and a schoolchild might not even follow a conversation about “the economy.” One kind of monetary policy, which involves the central bank buying private assets, is chunked as quantitative easing.
763 NAUTICAL connected with ships and sailings Bright arrays of nautical pennants dangled from their riggings. It was unpretentious, masculine, decorated with a nautical motif, and had a constant smell of fried bacon about it.
764 OCCULT connected with magic powers She seemed an occult figure, more spirit than human. And though the solution to this mystery was, to my young mind, occulted, yet did 1 know where it lay: behind the forbidden door.
765 PLEBEIAN connected with the ordinary people This is what we can afford; but also there’s an unspoken rule that the food has to be unwaveringly plebeian. He liked the community’s stasis, its plebeian virtues and unassuming mien.
766 POETIC connected with poetry My relative, Chief Mdingi, suggested the name Zenani, which means “What have you brought to the world?” ” a poetic name that embodies a challenge, suggesting that one must contribute something to society. Above all he wanted the exposition landscape to produce an aura of “mysterious poetic effect.”
767 RESPIRATORY connected with breathing Ever since I first came to the hospital more than ten years ago, she’s been the respiratory therapist here, slipping candy to me and the other CFers, like my partner in crime Poe. They call out a chorus of numbers that are as familiar to me now as my own name: BP, pulse ox, respiratory rate.
768 SEDIMENTARY connected with the sand “Your noble experiment in sedimentary cuisine,” he said. In the event, the sedimentary layer was 50 percent deeper than expected and the basaltic layer was never found at all.
769 SEEDY connected with immoral and illegal activities Anyone who threw a wrench into the gears of the city’s seedy underbelly was apt to end up at the bottom of Lake Michigan. The Saturn Rings was the kind of seedy and dirty place that made you want to dunk your whole body in a giant bottle of hand sanitizer.
770 SEMANTIC connected with the meaning of words and sentences And they distinguish both of these from semantic categories and roles like action, physical object, possessor, doer, and done-to, which refer to what the referents of the words are doing in the world. The rule is a product of the usual three confusions: English with Latin, informal style with incorrect grammar, and syntax with semantics.
771 SENTIMENTAL connected with emotions The book was, true enough, what might be described as a ‘sentimental romance’ – one of a number kept in the library, and also in several of the guest bedrooms, for the entertainment of lady visitors. “I know. I know. I don’t have a sentimental bone in my body.”
772 SOCIETAL connected with society and its organization The cities are clearly hit hardest”the crumbling impoverished areas packed with marginalized people unequipped for societal disaster. Anatole had already tried to explain to us the societal function of our church, during that fateful dinner that ended in a shattered plate.
773 SPIRITUAL connected with the human spirit However, the simple fact that they have been resounding failures in our century does give them a certain spiritual quality. I’m in my Zen mode, trying to make this whole thing a spiritual experience.
774 STELLAR connected with the stars Our nearest stellar neighbor, as we have seen, is Alpha Centauri, 4.3 light-years away. Shapley had found a stellar standard candle, a star noticeable because of its variability, but which had always the same average intrinsic brightness.
775 SYLVAN connected with forest and trees The darkness of natural as well as of sylvan dusk gathered over me. Ihe sylvan fields, forests, and shores had been mowed down, paved over, and built up with roads, bridges, hospitals, boatyards, jails, and military bases, cities in and of themselves.
776 TIDAL connected with the regular rise and fall of the sea Great fatigue washed over me like a tidal wave, drowning my anger. She moves her arm out of my reach and turns back to Stacy, who is talking like a tidal wave.
777 VEGETAL connected with plants I ask his mouth, remembering, despite the fact that my IQ is approaching the vegetal range, that he too must have a name. Next season the cane will regenerate, a vegetal mystery, and she will return to cut it again.
778 AUTUMNAL connected with autumn The moon shone brightly, the night was quiet and crisp, already an autumnal tinge rode the air. But her face continued to give off its autumnal display.
779 VERNAL connected with the season of spring I have been green, too, Miss Eyre,”ay, grass green: not a more vernal tint freshens you now than once freshened me. Since all seemed to be well, he began nibbling at a patch of sweet vernal with the best air of indifference that he could manage.
780 BULLISH connected with increase in the price of shares There’s always profit-taking or the federal deficit or something or other to account for a bearish turn, and improved corporate earnings or interest rates or whatever to account for a bullish one. A bullish, handsome man with decisive eyebrows and more hair than he could find use for, Lin had a great deal of money and a habit of having things go his way.
781 BEARISH connected with fall in the price of shares There’s always profit-taking or the federal deficit or something or other to account for a bearish turn, and improved corporate earnings or interest rates or whatever to account for a bullish one. She said she’d married a bearish man in an amusement park and that he’d planned to escape Cuba, to take a fishing boat north and go ice skating.
782 CIVIC connected with the people who live in a town We were to do a story together on Atlanta’s Negro business and civic leaders, and perhaps some others. More than a thousand letters were mailed out to American Legion posts and other civic and fraternal organizations.
783 CIVIL connected with the people who live in a country The Chinese ambassador to the United States attended, along with prominent government officials and civil rights leaders. “David’s not an internee. He has civil rights. The rule of law exists.”
784 EXTERNAL connected with the outside of something Frederick blinks several times, as he often does when addressed in class, waiting for his internal life to catch up with his external one. Today I took stock of supplies and did a quick EVA to check up on the external equipment.
785 INTERNAL connected with the inside of something “Do you want me to mangle your face or do you want me just to work you over with a rubber hose so all the damage will be internal?” I did have one escape from this constant internal struggle: a church choir that my dad started, like the one he had formed in Rwanda.
786 QUANTITATIVE connected with the amount or number of something Older students fear word problems in part because they have not been asked to find solutions to such quantitative questions at the elementary level. It is essentially a qualitative, not a quantitative, process.
787 QUALITATIVE connected with the quality of something And when he’s done I want to say: “There is a qualitative difference in the visual effect of the room.” The great difference between us and the other animals may be the qualitative difference made by speech.
788 RURAL connected with the countryside James A. Johnson, born in rural Suffolk, Virginia, had moved with his family to Hampton as an adolescent. This allowed the urban rich to flaunt their wealth while the rural poor struggled to feed and clothe their families.
789 URBAN connected with a town or city Only about a quarter of felony defendants in large urban counties were charged with a violent offense in 2006. Their leaders had been unable to stop urban renewal from rumbling through the heart of the black community like a tank overrunning an enemy redoubt.
790 LUNAR connected with the moon From the size of the Earth’s shadow on the Moon during a lunar eclipse, he deduced that the Sun had to be much larger than the Earth, as well as very far away. I knew from my clock that the earth was about to reappear, and right on schedule it popped into view, rising like a blue and white jewel over the desolate lunar horizon.
791 SOLAR connected with the sun Blue walls covered with superhero and comic book posters, a solar system slowly revolved from the ceiling, a stuffed boa constrictor stretched across the foot of his bed. In our own solar system there are several bodies that may be suitable for life of some sort: the Earth certainly, and perhaps Mars, Titan and Jupiter.
792 AVIAN connected with birds They cut apart birds to trace the structure of the avian skeleton, and, masked in leather hoods, they dissected a skunk. “Here you go, as many books as you could want on the topic of avian wonder.”
793 BOVINE connected with cows She felt it her bovine duty to make up for each and every one of Plug’s kindnesses. This was not dangerous, for he rarely actually struck us at the table, but it was designed to show us all up as dull-witted, bovine females.
794 CANINE connected with dogs He smiles in a way that flashes one of his canines, turning the grin vicious. The canines on these hummers were as big as the canines on any guard dog you’ll ever see, and that was a rude awakening.
795 EQUINE connected with horses Out of nowhere Mom starts crying and apologizing for breaking up the family to chase her equine dreams. Pulling his chariot were four horses made of wind, each constantly shifting from equine to human form, trying to break free.
796 AUDITORY connected with the sense of hearing When listening to music, sound vibrations enter the auditory cortex and are instantaneously broken down into elements of pitch, timbre, spatial relations, and tone duration. As we might expect, the auditory cortex helps us discern different sounds processed by the cochlea.
797 AURAL connected with hearing and listening It was a kind of aural trompe l’oeil. The reformation of scales and harmonies that he introduced offered a daringly new palette of aural possibilities.
798 OPTICAL connected with the sense of sight The valuable things were books and records, surgical instruments and optical glass and such things that a practical working burglar wouldn’t look at twice. Some kind of optical instrument formed part of the end of this metal arm.
799 OLFACTORY connected with the sense of smell Since becoming my chess partner, Rooster Jim had improved in the olfactory department. It came to my olfactory sense, full and fresh, overwhelming: the smell of vegetation.
800 TACTILE connected with the sense of touch I first become fully aware of my own tactile sense I’m more tactile now and hug everyone, male and female

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1. What is One Word Substitution?

One Word Substitution involves using a single word to replace a longer phrase or expression, condensing complex ideas into concise terms for effective communication.

2. Where can I find resources like PDFs for One Word Substitution?

PDFs compiling extensive lists of One Word Substitutions from A to Z are available online, offering examples and meanings, aiding in language proficiency and vocabulary building.

3. Are there One Word Substitution exercises available in languages other than English?

Yes, One Word Substitution exercises are available in various languages, including Hindi and Gujarati, catering to learners from different linguistic backgrounds.

4. Could you provide some One Word Substitution examples?

Certainly! Here are a few examples:

  • Euphemism: A polite word used to replace a harsh one.
  • Altruistic: Showing selfless concern for others.
  • Omnipotent: Having unlimited power.
  • Quintessential: Representing the most perfect example.
  • Nostalgia: A sentimental longing for the past.

5. How can I find the meaning of One Word Substitutions in Gujarati?

Online platforms or dictionaries may provide translations or meanings of One Word Substitutions in Gujarati for reference.

6. Do you have a PDF with One Word Substitutions from A to Z?

There are PDF resources available that compile extensive lists of One Word Substitutions alphabetically, aiding in comprehensive vocabulary development and language proficiency.

7. Are there MCQs or questions related to One Word Substitutions?

Yes, Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) focusing on One Word Substitutions are often part of language proficiency tests or educational assessments.

8. How can I practice One Word Substitution questions?

You can find practice questions online or in study materials designed specifically for language proficiency exams, aiding in better understanding and application of One Word Substitutions.

9. What’s the importance of understanding One Word Substitutions?

Mastery over One Word Substitutions enhances language proficiency, aiding in clearer and more concise communication while broadening vocabulary.

10. Where can I find the meaning of specific One Word Substitutions?

Online dictionaries, language learning platforms, or specific reference books often provide meanings and usage examples for various One Word Substitutions.

 

11. Can you provide some common One Word Substitution Examples?

Certainly! Here are a few examples:

  • Altruistic: Showing selfless concern for others.
  • Euphemism: A polite word used in place of a harsh one.
  • Omnipotent: Having unlimited power.
  • Nostalgia: Sentimental longing for the past.
  • Verbose: Using more words than necessary.

12. Where can I find One Word Substitution Examples with Answers?

Online resources, study guides, or practice test materials often offer One Word Substitution examples with accompanying answers for self-assessment and learning.

13. Is there a PDF available with One Word Substitution Examples?

Yes, PDFs containing lists of One Word Substitution Examples are accessible online, providing a comprehensive resource for expanding vocabulary and language proficiency.

14. Are there Easy One Word Substitution Examples for beginners?

Absolutely! Examples like ‘Homebody’ for a person who prefers staying at home or ‘Novice’ for a beginner are simple yet effective examples suitable for beginners.

15. Are there One Word Substitution Examples available in Hindi?

Yes, resources providing One Word Substitution Examples in Hindi are available to aid Hindi-speaking learners in enhancing their vocabulary and language skills.

16. Can you offer One Word Substitution Examples suitable for Class 7 students?

Certainly! Examples like ‘Abundant’ for plentiful or ‘Bizarre’ for strange can be helpful and engaging for Class 7 students, aiding in their language development.

17. Do you have a list of 50 One Word Substitution Examples?

Here are 10 examples:

  • Apathy: Lack of interest or concern.
  • Dexterity: Skill in performing tasks.
  • Dormant: Inactive or sleeping.
  • Enigma: Something mysterious or puzzling.
  • Facade: The front view of a building.
  • Gregarious: Fond of company or sociable.
  • Insolent: Rude or disrespectful.
  • Jubilant: Feeling or expressing great happiness.
  • Maverick: A non-conformist or independent-minded person.
  • Nefarious: Wicked or criminal in nature.

18. Is there a compilation of 100 One Word Substitution Examples available?

While providing 100 examples here might be exhaustive, numerous resources online compile extensive lists of One Word Substitution Examples to aid in learning and language proficiency.

19. Can you offer 20 One Word Substitution Examples?

Absolutely! Here are a few more examples:

  • Quintessential: Representing the most perfect example.
  • Ravenous: Extremely hungry or famished.
  • Surreptitious: Secretive or stealthy.
  • Ubiquitous: Present everywhere or widespread.
  • Voracious: Having a huge appetite.

20. Could you provide One Word Substitution Examples with meanings?

Certainly! Here are a few:

  • Epitome: A perfect example or embodiment.
  • Indolent: Lazy or idle.
  • Labyrinth: A complex maze or network of paths.
  • Myriad: Countless or a large number.
  • Panacea: A solution or remedy for all problems.

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