100 Must know 1 word substitution for all exams100 एक शब्द प्रतिस्थापन पता अवश्य

These one-word substitution are good for all exams like SBI PO, Insurance, SSC and other similar exams. 

1. Altruist:

Philanthropist, one who loves mankind.

2. Amateur -
one who does things for pleasure.

3. Ambidextrous -
one who can use either hand with ease.

4. Anarchist -
One who is out to destroy all govt. peace and order.

5. Atheist -
One who is not sure about God's Existence

6. Bankrupt -
( Syn-Insolvent) , one who is not able to pay his debts.

7. Bigot -
(Syn- Fanatic, One who is over exited in religious matters)

8. Cannibal -
One who feeds on human flesh.

9. Carnivorous -
one who eats Flesh only.

10. Connoisseur -
Critical judge of any art and craft.

11. Cosmopolitan -
One who regards the whole world as his own.

12. Cynic -
One who sneers (mock) at the beliefs of others

13. Dilettante -
a dabbler in art science and literature.

14. Effeminate -
One person who is womanish in his habits.

15. Egoist -
One who thinks about himself only

16. Egotist -
One who always talks about his achievements.

17. Emigrant -
One who leaves his country to settle abroad.

18. Epicure -
One who is for pleasure of eating and drinking.

19. Fastidious -
One who is hard to please

20. Fatalist -
one who believes in fate.

21. Feminist -
One who works for the welfare of women (Philogynist)

22. Fugitive -
One who runs from justice

23. Henpecked -
A husband ruled by his wife. ( Joru ka gulam)

24. Herbivorous -
one who lives on herbs.

25. Honorary -
one who holds a post without any salary

26. Iconoclast -
One who is breaker of images and traditions.

27. Immigrant -
A person who comes to a country from his own country for settling.

28. Illiterate -
one who can’t read and write....

29. Impregnable -
That cannot be entered by force.

30. Imposter -
One who pretends to be Somebody else.

31. Introvert -
One who does not expresses himself freely.

32. Invincible -
That cannot be conquered

33. Invulnerable -
That cannot be harmed or wounded.

34. Mercenary -
A soldier who fights for money.

35. Misanthrope -
One who hates Mankind

36. Misogamist -
one who hates the institution of marriage.

37. Misologist -
one who hates knowledge ( Ant. Bibliologist)

38. Novice -
( Syn. Tyro ) one who is inexperienced in anything.

39. Numismatists -
One who collects coins.

40. Omnivorous -
one who eats everything.

41. Optimist -
One who looks at the bright side of things.

42. Pessimist -
One who looks at the dark side of things.

43. Philanthropist -
lover of mankind.

44. Polyglot -
One who speaks many languages. ( Syn. Linguists)

45. Philanderer -
One who amuses himself by love making.

46. Philatelists -
One who collects stamps.

47. Samaritan -
One Who helps needy people.

48. Stoic -
A person who is indifferent to pain and pleasure.

49. Teetotaller -
One who does not take any intoxicating drugs.

50. Toper / Sot -
One who is habitual drunkard.

51. One who is easily deceived:
Gullible

52. One who does not make mistakes:
Infallible

53. One who can do anything for money:
Mercenary

54. One who has no money:
Pauper

55. One who changes sides:
Turncoat

56. One who is out to subvert a government. -
Anarchist

57. One who is recovering from illness. -
Convalescent

58. One who is all powerful -
Omnipotent

59. One who is present everywhere. -
Omnipresent

60. One who knows everything -
Omniscient

61. One who is easily deceived. -
Gullible

62. One who can do anything for money. -
Mercenary

63. One who has no money. -
Pauper

64. One who changes sides. -
Turncoat

65. One who works for free. -
Volunteer

66. One who loves books. -
Bibliophile

67. One who can speak two languages. -
Bilingual

68. One who loves mankind. –
Philanthropist

69. One who hates mankind. –
Misanthrope

70. A dancer on rope -
Acrobat

71. A person who holds that nothing is known or likely to be known of the existence of God -
Agnostic.

72. A statement which is obsolete or capable of more than one interpretation -
Ambiguous.

73. An oval or circular theater with seats rising behind and above each other round a central open space -
Amphitheater.

74. A letter which does not bear the name or signature of the writer -
Anonymous.

75. A place of permanent residence -
Domicile.

76. Government by the people -
Democracy.

77. Government by the nobles -
Aristocracy.

78. Government by the officials -
Bureaucracy.

79. Government by the few -
Oligarchy.

80. One who eats everything is -
Omnivorous

81. That which is inherited from forefathers -
Ancestral

82. The secret of transmuting baser metals into gold -
Alchemy.

83. The study of teaching -
Pedagogy.

84. The science of valid thinking -
Logic.

85. One who works for free:
Volunteer

86. One who loves books:
Bibliophile

87. One who can speak two languages:
Bilingual

88. One who loves mankind:
Philanthropist

89. One who hates mankind:
Misanthrope

90. A person who is womanish in his habits –
Effeminate

91. Unconventional style of living –
Bohemian

92. A person who leaves his own country and goes to live in another -
Emigrant

93. A person who comes to one country from another in order to settle there –
Immigrant

94. Fear of Water –
Hydrophobia

95. A job with high salary but little responsibility –
Sinecure

96. A Speech made without any preparation –
Extempore

97. A person having same name as another –
Namesake

98. The study of coins –
Numismatics

99. A home for old persons–
Infirmary

100. To feel or express disapproval of something or someone –
Deprecate

101. Easily duped or fooled–
Gullible

102. To keep a great person or event in people’s memory –
commemorate

103. One who has narrow and prejudiced religious views –
fanatic

104. The action of looking within or into one’s own mind –
introspection

1. Altruist:
Philanthropist, one who loves mankind.

2. Amateur -
one who does things for pleasure.

3. Ambidextrous -
one who can use either hand with ease.

4. Anarchist -
One who is out to destroy all govt. peace and order.

5. Atheist -
One who is not sure about God's Existence

6. Bankrupt -
( Syn-Insolvent) , one who is not able to pay his debts.

7. Bigot -
(Syn- Fanatic, One who is over exited in religious matters)

8. Cannibal -
One who feeds on human flesh.

9. Carnivorous -
one who eats Flesh only.

10. Connoisseur -
Critical judge of any art and craft.

11. Cosmopolitan -
One who regards the whole world as his own.

12. Cynic -
One who sneers (mock) at the beliefs of others

13. Dilettante -
a dabbler in art science and literature.

14. Effeminate -
One person who is womanish in his habits.

15. Egoist -
One who thinks about himself only

16. Egotist -
One who always talks about his achievements.

17. Emigrant -
One who leaves his country to settle abroad.

18. Epicure -
One who is for pleasure of eating and drinking.

19. Fastidious -
One who is hard to please

20. Fatalist -
one who believes in fate.

21. Feminist -
One who works for the welfare of women (Philogynist)

22. Fugitive -
One who runs from justice

23. Henpecked -
A husband ruled by his wife. ( Joru ka gulam)

24. Herbivorous -
one who lives on herbs.

25. Honorary -
one who holds a post without any salary

26. Iconoclast -
One who is breaker of images and traditions.

27. Immigrant -
A person who comes to a country from his own country for settling.

28. Illiterate -
one who can’t read and write....

29. Impregnable -
That cannot be entered by force.

30. Imposter -
One who pretends to be Somebody else.

31. Introvert -
One who does not expresses himself freely.

32. Invincible -
That cannot be conquered

33. Invulnerable -
That cannot be harmed or wounded.

34. Mercenary -
A soldier who fights for money.

35. Misanthrope -
One who hates Mankind

36. Misogamist -
one who hates the institution of marriage.

37. Misologist -
one who hates knowledge ( Ant. Bibliologist)

38. Novice -
( Syn. Tyro ) one who is inexperienced in anything.

39. Numismatists -
One who collects coins.

40. Omnivorous -
one who eats everything.

41. Optimist -
One who looks at the bright side of things.

42. Pessimist -
One who looks at the dark side of things.

43. Philanthropist -
lover of mankind.

44. Polyglot -
One who speaks many languages. ( Syn. Linguists)

45. Philanderer -
One who amuses himself by love making.

46. Philatelists -
One who collects stamps.

47. Samaritan -
One Who helps needy people.

48. Stoic -
A person who is indifferent to pain and pleasure.

49. Teetotaller -
One who does not take any intoxicating drugs.

50. Toper / Sot -
One who is habitual drunkard.

51. One who is easily deceived:
Gullible

52. One who does not make mistakes:
Infallible

53. One who can do anything for money:
Mercenary

54. One who has no money:
Pauper

55. One who changes sides:
Turncoat

56. One who is out to subvert a government. -
Anarchist

57. One who is recovering from illness. -
Convalescent

58. One who is all powerful -
Omnipotent

59. One who is present everywhere. -
Omnipresent

60. One who knows everything -
Omniscient

61. One who is easily deceived. -
Gullible

62. One who can do anything for money. -
Mercenary

63. One who has no money. -
Pauper

64. One who changes sides. -
Turncoat

65. One who works for free. -
Volunteer

66. One who loves books. -
Bibliophile

67. One who can speak two languages. -
Bilingual

68. One who loves mankind. –
Philanthropist

69. One who hates mankind. –
Misanthrope

70. A dancer on rope -
Acrobat

71. A person who holds that nothing is known or likely to be known of the existence of God -
Agnostic.

72. A statement which is obsolete or capable of more than one interpretation -
Ambiguous.

73. An oval or circular theater with seats rising behind and above each other round a central open space -
Amphitheater.

74. A letter which does not bear the name or signature of the writer -
Anonymous.

75. A place of permanent residence -
Domicile.

76. Government by the people -
Democracy.

77. Government by the nobles -
Aristocracy.

78. Government by the officials -
Bureaucracy.

79. Government by the few -
Oligarchy.

80. One who eats everything is -
Omnivorous

81. That which is inherited from forefathers -
Ancestral

82. The secret of transmuting baser metals into gold -
Alchemy.

83. The study of teaching -
Pedagogy.

84. The science of valid thinking -
Logic.

85. One who works for free:
Volunteer

86. One who loves books:
Bibliophile

87. One who can speak two languages:
Bilingual

88. One who loves mankind:
Philanthropist

89. One who hates mankind:
Misanthrope

90. A person who is womanish in his habits –
Effeminate

91. Unconventional style of living –
Bohemian

92. A person who leaves his own country and goes to live in another -
Emigrant

93. A person who comes to one country from another in order to settle there –
Immigrant

94. Fear of Water –
Hydrophobia

95. A job with high salary but little responsibility –
Sinecure

96. A Speech made without any preparation –
Extempore

97. A person having same name as another –
Namesake

98. The study of coins –
Numismatics

99. A home for old persons–
Infirmary

100. To feel or express disapproval of something or someone –
Deprecate

101. Easily duped or fooled–
Gullible

102. To keep a great person or event in people’s memory –
commemorate

103. One who has narrow and prejudiced religious views –
fanatic

104. The action of looking within or into one’s own mind –
introspection