One Word Substitution1. One who is out to subvert a government Anarchist2. One who is recovering from illness Convalescent3. One who is all powerful Omnipotent4. One who is present everywhere Omnipresent5. One who knows everything Omniscient6. One who is easily deceived Gullible7. One who does not make mistakes Infallible8. One who can do anything for money Mercenary9. One who has no money Pauper10. One who changes sides Turncoat11. One who works for free Volunteer12. One who loves books Bibliophile13. One who can speak two languages Bilingual14. One who loves mankind Philanthropist15. One who hates mankind Misanthrope16. One who looks on the bright side of things Optimist17. One who looks on the dark side of things Pessimist18. One who doubts the existence of god Agnostic19. One who pretends to be what he is not Hypocrite20. One incapable of being tired Indefatigable21. One who helps others Good Samaritan22. One who copies from other writers Plagiarist23. One who hates women Misogynist24. One who knows many languages Polyglot25. One who is fond of sensuous pleasures Epicure26. One who thinks only of himself Egoist27. One who thinks only of welfare of women Feminist.28. One who is indifferent to pleasure or pain Stoic29. One who is quite like a woman Effeminate30. One who has strange habits Eccentric31. One who speaks less Reticent32. One who goes on foot Pedestrian33. One who believes in fate Fatalist34. One who dies without a Will Intestate35. One who always thinks himself to be ill Valetudinarian36. A Government by the people Democracy37. A Government by a king or queen Monarchy38. A Government by the officials Bureaucracy39. A Government by the rich Plutocracy40. A Government by the few Oligarchy41. A Government by the Nobles Aristocracy42. A Government by one Autocracy43. Rule by the mob Mobocracy
44. That through which light can pass Transparent45. That through which light cannot pass Opaque46. That through which light can partly pass Translucent47. A sentence whose meaning is unclear Ambiguous48. A place where orphans live Orphanage49. That which cannot be described Indescribable50. That which cannot be imitated Inimitable51. That which cannot be avoided Inevitable52. A position for which no salary is paid Honorary53. That which cannot be defended Indefensible54. Practice of having several wives Polygamy55. Practice of having several husbands Polyandry56. Practice of having one wife or husband Monogamy57. Practice of having two wives or husbands Bigamy58. That which is not likely to happen Improbable59. People living at the same time Contemporaries60. A book published after the death of its author Posthumas61. A book written by an unknown author Anonymous62. A life history written by oneself Autobiography63. A life history written by somebody else Biography64. People who work together Colleagues65. One who eats too much Glutton66. That which cannot be satisfied Insatiable67. One who questions everything Cynic68. A flesh eating animal Carnivorous69. A grass eating animal Herbivorous70. One who lives in a foreign country Immigrant71. To transfer ones authority to another Delegate72. One who is a newcomer Neophyte73. That which is lawful Legal74. That which is against law Illegal75. One who is unmarried Celibate76. A game in which no one wins Draw77. A study of man Anthropology78. A study of races Ethnology79. A study of the body Physiology80. A study of animals Zoology81. A study of birds Ornithology82. A study of ancient things Archaeology83. A study of derivation of words Etymology84. Murder of a human being Homicide85. Murder of a father Patricide86. Murder of a mother Matricide87. Murder of an brother Fratricide88. Murder of an infant Infanticide
89. Murder of self Suicide90. Murder of the king Regicide91. To free somebody from all blame Exonerate92. To write under a different name Pseudonym93. A thing no longer in use Obsolete94. A handwriting that cannot be read Illegible95. Words written on the tomb of a person Epitaph96. One who is greedy for money Avaricious97. Something that cannot be imitated Inimitable98. One who doesnt know how to read and write Illiterate99. A persons peculiar habit Idiosyncrasy100. An animal who preys on other animals Predator101. Violating the sanctity of a church Sacrilege102. One who can throw his voice VentriloquistAbolish: Do away with wholly.Abolish: Do away with wholly.Abbreviation: A shortened form of a word or phrase.Accelerate: To increase the speed; to hasten the progress of:Actuary: One who calculates premium:Aggravate: To increase the gravity of an offence or the intensity of a disease:Alienate: To turn friends in enemies.Amateur: One who does something not professionally but for pleasure.Amphibian: a land animal that breeds in water. Aristocracy: people of noble families or the highest social class. Also,government of a country by a small group of people, especially hereditarynobility.Cannibal: somebody who eats human flesh.Diplomat/Envoy: A diplomatic minister of the higher order sent by a country toanother: Ambassador.Ambiguous: Statements open to more than interpretation.Ambivalent: Having opposing feelings.
Amnesty: General pardon.Anonymous: A letter, poem etc. whose author is unknown:Anarchy: Absence of government:Answerable: A person liable to be called to account for his action:Appreciate: To rise in value:Atheist: One who does not believe in the existence of God.Auditor: One who makes an official examination of accounts.Autobiography: The life story of a man written by himself:Biography: Life story of a man written by other:Bureaucracy: Government by the officials:Biology: The science which treats with life.Bigot: One who has narrow and prejudiced religious views.Bourgeois: A member of the middle class.Colleagues: People working together in the same office or department.Congenital: Belonging or pertaining to an individual from birth.Contemporary: Men living in the same age:Cosmopolitan: One who can make himself at home in all countries.Credulous: A person who believes easily whatever he is told.Democracy: Government by the people:Depreciate: To go down in value:Disenfranchisement: To take away some one’s right to vote.Delegate: To give one’s authority to another.Drawn/ Tie: A game or batter in which neither party wins.Edible: A thing that is fit to be eaten.Ecology: Study of environment.
Egoist/Egoist: One who thinks only for oneself, a person who is selfish, selfabsorbed and self centered.Eligible: One who is qualifies for election.Elucidate: To explain something mysterious or difficult.Emphasize: To lay special stress on.Epitaph: inscription on a tombstone.Equilibrium: A state of perfect balance:Eradicate: To root out an evil, disease: Extempore or Impromptu: A speech delivered without any previouspreparation:Embezzlement: Misappropriation of money.Fanatic: A man who has too much enthusiasm for his own religion:Facsimile: An exact copy.Fastidious: One who is not easily pleased.Germicide: A medicine that kills germs.Hung: Assembly or parliament in which no party has got clear majorityHonorary: Work for which no salary is paid:Humanitarian: One who feels sympathetic towards human beings:Illegible: That which cannot be read:Illicit: That is prohibited by law:Illiterate: One who cannot read or write:Inaudible: A sound that cannot be heard.Incomprehensible: A statement which cannot be understood:Incorrigible: One who cannot be corrected:Inexplicable: That which cannot be explained:Infallible: A remedy which never fails.
Impervious: a person who remains unmoved and unaffected by other peoplesopinions, arguments or suggestions.Illiterate: a person who cannot read or write.Infallible: incapable of making a mistake.Infanticide: the killing of an infant.Inflammable: something that is quickly and easily set on fire and burned.Inimitable: A method that cannot be imitated.Insatiable: That which cannot be satisfied.Insolvent: One who is unable to pay his debts.Invulnerable: That which cannot be hurt.Invulnerable: That which cannot be hurt.Introspection: The action of looking back on past time.Invisible: A thing that cannot be seen with human eyes.Introspection: Looking into one’s own thoughts.Irrelevant: Remarks which do not ally apply to the subject under discussion.Irreparable: A loss of damage that cannot be compensated.Irrevocable: That cannot be altered or withdrawn.Jurisdiction: The area over which an official has control:Maiden: The first speech made by a person.Misanthropist: Hater of mankind.Mercenary: somebody who works or serves only for personal profit. Also, aprofessional soldier paid to fight for an army other than that of his or her country.Misogynist: a person who hates women.Misogamist: a person who does not believe in the institution of marriage.Numismatics: Science of coins or medals.Omniscient: a person who knows everything.
Omnivorous: an animal or a human being that eats any kind of food.Omnipotent: a person who has power over all.Philanthropist: Lover of mankind.Panacea: a supposed cure for all diseases or problems.Parasite: a person supported by another and giving him/her nothing in return.Parasite: a person supported by another and giving him/her nothing in return.Potable: Water fit for drinking.Psephology: Systematic study of election trends.Soporific: a drug or other substance that induces sleep.Philistine: One who does not care for art, literature etc.Sinecure: An office with high salary but no work.Theist: One who believes in God.Vandal: One who damages public property.A person who believes in fate FatalistA person who is above hundred years CentenarianA book published after the death of its author PosthumasA book written by an unknown author AnonymousA cinema show which is held in the afternoon MatineeA citizen of the world CosmopoliteA contagious disease which spreads over a huge area EpidemicA drug or other substance that induces sleep SoporificA flesh eating animal CarnivorousA game in which neither party wins DrawA game in which no one wins DrawA game or batter in which neither party wins Drawn/ TieA Government by a king or queen MonarchyA Government by one AutocracyA Government by the few OligarchyA Government by the Nobles AristocracyA Government by the officials BureaucracyA Government by the people DemocracyA Government by the rich PlutocracyA grass eating animal HerbivorousA great lover of books Bibliophile
A handwriting that cannot be read IllegibleA land animal that breeds in water AmphibianA letter, poem etc. whose author is unknown AnonymousA life history written by oneself AutobiographyA life history written by somebody else BiographyA list of books CatalogueA list of names, books etc. CatalogueA loss of damage that cannot be compensated IrreparableA man devoid of kind feeling and sympathy CallousA man who has too much enthusiasm for his own religion FanaticA man who is easily irritated IrritableA medicine that kills germs GermicideA medicine that prevents decomposing AntisepticA medicine to counteract the effect of another medicine AntidoteA member of the middle class BourgeoisA method that cannot be imitated InimitableA pardonable offense VenialA person appointed by parties to settle the disputes between them ArbitratorA person difficult to please FastidiousA person liable to be called to account for his action AnswerableA person supported by another and giving him/her nothing in return ParasiteA person who always thinks of himself; somebody who is selfish or self-centered EgotistA person who attacks first AggressorA person who believes easily whatever he is told CredulousA person who believes that all events are pre-determined FatalistA person who cannot read or write IlliterateA person who does not believe in the institution of marriage MisogamistA person who has power over all OmnipotentA person who hates women MisogynistA person who imports or exports goods into or from a country secretly because they Smugglerare illegalA person who knows everything OmniscientA person who loves every body AltruistA person who readily believes whatever is told to him/her. CredulousA person who remains unmoved and unaffected by other peoples opinions, ImpervioussuggestionsA person who rides on horse-back EquestrianA person who speaks two languages BilingualA person with an evil reputation NotoriousA persons peculiar habit IdiosyncrasyA place where orphans live OrphanageA place where weapons and ammunitions are stored ArsenalA position for which no salary is paid HonoraryA post held without receiving salary HonoraryA post which doesn HonoraryA remedy which never fails Infallible
A sentence whose meaning is unclear AmbiguousA short message added on to the end of a letter after the signature PostscriptA shortened form of a word or phrase AbbreviationA sound that cannot be heard InaudibleA speech delivered without any previous preparation ExtemporeA speech or a presentation made without previous preparation ExtemporeA state of perfect balance EquilibriumA statement which cannot be understood IncomprehensibleA study of ancient things ArchaeologyA study of animals ZoologyA study of birds OrnithologyA study of derivation of words EtymologyA study of man AnthropologyA study of races EthnologyA study of the body PhysiologyA supposed cure for all diseases or problems PanaceaA thing no longer in use ObsoleteA thing that cannot be seen with human eyes InvisibleA thing that is fit to be eaten EdibleA word opposite in meaning to another AntonymAbsence of government AnarchyAll-powerful; possessing complete power and authority OmnipotentAn absolute government by one man AutocracyAn animal or a human being that eats any kind of food OmnivorousAn animal who preys on other animals PredatorAn assembly of hearers at a lecture or concert AudienceAn exact copy FacsimileAn office with high salary but no work SinecureAnything that leads to death FatalAssembly or parliament in which no party has got clear majority Hung Sentences Start with Alphabet - BBelonging or pertaining to an individual from birth CongenitalBelonging to the Middle Ages MedievalBelonging to the same period of time Contemporary Sentences Start with Alphabet - CCelebration of a hundredth year, once CentenaryCut off the head Behead Sentences Start with Alphabet - DDestroy or get rid of something completely EradicateDo away with wholly Abolish Sentences Start with Alphabet - FFree somebody from blame or guilt Exonerate Sentences Start with Alphabet - GGeneral pardon Amnesty
General pardon for political offenders AmnestyGovernment by officials BureaucracyGovernment by the nobles AristocracyGovernment by the officials BureaucracyGovernment by the people Democracy Sentences Start with Alphabet - HHandwritten book ManuscriptHard but liable to be easily broken BrittleHater of mankind MisanthropistHaving opposing feelings Ambivalent Sentences Start with Alphabet - IImpossible to change IncorrigibleIncapable of being dissolved in a liquid InsolubleIncapable of being seized by attack ImpregnableInscription on a tombstone Epitaph Sentences Start with Alphabet - KKiller of one Matricide Sentences Start with Alphabet - LLiable to be called to account AccountableLife story of a man written by himself AutobiographyLife story of a man written by other BiographyLooking into one IntrospectionLover of mankind Philanthropist Sentences Start with Alphabet - MMedical examination of a dead body PostmortemMen living in the same age ContemporaryMisappropriation of money EmbezzlementMurder of a father PatricideMurder of a human being HomicideMurder of a mother MatricideMurder of an brother FratricideMurder of an infant InfanticideMurder of self SuicideMurder of the king Regicide Sentences Start with Alphabet - NNot applicable Irrelevant Sentences Start with Alphabet - OOf a man showing feminine attributes EffeminateOf a man or animal that feeds on its own species CannibalOf a person extremely desirous of money Avariciousof a person who can use both hands equally well AmbidextrousOf a person who cannot be pleased easily FastidiousOf a person who easily believes whatever is told to him Credulous
Of animals feeding on flesh CarnivorousOf animals feeding on grass and plants HerbivorousOf animals living in flocks GregariousOf manners more like those of a woman than a man EffeminateOne incapable of being tired IndefatigableOne who always thinks himself to be ill ValetudinarianOne who believes in fate FatalistOne who believes in God TheistOne who calculates premium ActuaryOne who can do anything for money MercenaryOne who can make himself at home in all countries CosmopolitanOne who can speak two languages BilingualOne who can throw his voice VentriloquistOne who cannot be corrected IncorrigibleOne who cannot read or write IlliterateOne who changes sides TurncoatOne who copies from other writers PlagiaristOne who damages public property VandalOne who dies without a Will IntestateOne who does not believe in the existence of God AtheistOne who does not care for art, literature etc PhilistineOne who does not make mistakes InfallibleOne who does something not professionally but for pleasure AmateurOne who doesnt know how to read and write IlliterateOne who doubts the existence of god AgnosticOne who eats too much GluttonOne who feels sympathetic towards human beings HumanitarianOne who goes on foot PedestrianOne who has narrow and prejudiced religious views BigotOne who has no money PauperOne who has strange habits EccentricOne who hates mankind MisanthropeOne who hates women MisogynistOne who helps others Good SamaritanOne who is a newcomer NeophyteOne who is all powerful OmnipotentOne who is difficult to please FastidiousOne who is easily deceived GullibleOne who is fond of sensuous pleasures EpicureOne who is greedy for money AvariciousOne who is indifferent to pleasure or pain StoicOne who is new to a trade or profession NoviceOne who is not easily pleased FastidiousOne who is out to subvert a government AnarchistOne who is present everywhere Omnipresent
One who is qualifies for election EligibleOne who is quite like a woman EffeminateOne who is recovering from illness ConvalescentOne who is unable to pay his debts InsolventOne who is unmarried CelibateOne who knows everything OmniscientOne who knows many languages PolyglotOne who lives in a foreign country ImmigrantOne who looks on the bright side of things OptimistOne who looks on the dark side of things PessimistOne who loves books BibliophileOne who loves mankind PhilanthropistOne who makes an official examination of accounts AuditorOne who pretends to be what he is not HypocriteOne who pursues some art or sport as hobby AmateurOne who questions everything CynicOne who speaks less ReticentOne who thinks only for oneself, a person who is selfish, self absorbed and self EgoistcenteredOne who thinks only of himself EgoistOne who thinks only of welfare of women FeministOne who works for free Volunteer Sentences Start with Alphabet - PPeople living at the same time ContemporariesPeople of noble families or the highest social class AristocracyPeople who work together ColleaguesPerson who rides on horse-back EquestrianPersons living in the same age ContemporariesPractice of having one wife or husband MonogamyPractice of having several husbands PolyandryPractice of having several wives PolygamyPractice of having two wives or husbands Bigamy Sentences Start with Alphabet - RRecovering from illness ConvalescentRemarks which do not ally apply to the subject under discussion IrrelevantRule by the mob Mobocracy Sentences Start with Alphabet - SScience of coins or medals NumismaticsScience of origin of universe CosmologySomebody or something with the same name as somebody or something else NamesakeSomebody who doesn Vegetariansomebody who eats human flesh CannibalSomebody who is considerably experienced in something VeteranSomebody who works or serves only for personal profit Mercenary
Something said or done without preparation ExtemporeSomething that cannot be corrected IncorrigibleSomething that cannot be imitated InimitableSomething that has been determined beforehand ForegoneSomething that is essential and cannot be dispensed with IndispensableSomething that is quickly and easily set on fire and burned InflammableSomething that quickly catches fire InflammableSpoken or done without preparation Extemporestate of antagonism HostilityStatements open to more than interpretation AmbiguousStudy of environment EcologySystematic study of election trends Psephology Sentences Start with Alphabet - TThat can be eaten EdibleThat cannot be altered or withdrawn IrrevocableThat is prohibited by law IllicitThat through which light can partly pass TranslucentThat through which light can pass TransparentThat through which light cannot pass OpaqueThat which cannot be avoided InevitableThat which cannot be believed IncredibleThat which cannot be changed IrrevocableThat which cannot be conquered InvincibleThat which cannot be cured IncurableThat which cannot be defended IndefensibleThat which cannot be described IndescribableThat which cannot be explained InexplicableThat which cannot be hurt InvulnerableThat which cannot be imitated InimitableThat which cannot be noticed ImperceptibleThat which cannot be practiced ImpracticableThat which cannot be put into practice ImpracticableThat which cannot be read IllegibleThat which cannot be satisfied InsatiableThat which cannot be seen InvisibleThat which does not bear the name of the writer AnonymousThat which is against law IllegalThat which is considered wrong or unacceptable by prevailing social standards IllicitThat which is lawful LegalThat which is not likely to happen ImprobableThat which is unlikely to happen ImprobableThe act of killing an infant InfanticideThe action of looking back on past time IntrospectionThe area over which an official has control JurisdictionThe branch of biology dealing with plant life Botany
The custom of having more than one husband at a time PolyandryThe custom of having more than one wife at a time PolygamyThe first speech made by a person MaidenThe killing of an infant InfanticideThe life story of a man written by himself AutobiographyThe murder or murderer of one FratricideThe period between childhood and adulthood AdolescenceThe science which treats with life BiologyTo date before the true time AntedateTo explain something mysterious or difficult ElucidateTo free somebody from all blame ExonerateTo give one DelegateTo go down in value DepreciateTo go from bad to worse DeteriorateTo increase the gravity of an offence or the intensity of a disease AggravateTo increase the speed; to hasten the progress of AccelerateTo lay special stress on EmphasizeTo rise in value AppreciateTo root out an evil, disease EradicateTo take away some one DisenfranchisementTo take somebody away by force and hold him or her prisoner, usually for ransom KidnapTo transfer ones authority to another DelegateTo turn friends in enemies AlienateTo write under a different name Pseudonym Sentences Start with Alphabet - VVery negative person PessimistViolating the sanctity of a church Sacrilege Sentences Start with Alphabet - WWater fit for drinking PotableWithout life InanimateWithout payment GratisWords which have the same meaning SynonymsWords written on the tomb of a person EpitaphWork for which no salary is paid HonoraryWorship of idols Idolatry