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List of One Word Substitution

List of One Word Substitution
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Some Important ONE WORD

  • Corpus- It is the collection of written or spoken texts. 
  • Conjuncture- It refers to the combination of events, state of affairs.
  • Ensue- It refers to something that comes at a later time to happen as a result.  
  • Analogy- It refers to the comparison between one thing with another for the purpose of clarification. 
  • Charisma- I refers to the compelling attractiveness or charm which can inspire devotion in others.
  • Pageant- It refers to the competition for young woman in which their beauty, personal qualities and skills are judged. 
  • Volte-face- It refers to the complete change of attitude or opinion. 
  • Monopoly- It refers to the complete control of entire supply of goods or of a service in a certain area or market. 
  • Catalouge- It is a complete list of items arranged in alphabetical or systematic order. 
  • Spectrum- It refers to the complete range of different people, opinion etc. 
  • Intransigent- It refers to something which is completely unwilling to change. 
  • Imbroglio- It refers to complex disputes or arguments. 
  • Maze- It is a complicated and confusing system of connected passage. 
  • Morass- It refers to a complicated or unpleasant situations which is difficult to get out of or to move through. 

  • Omnifarious- It is comprised of all sorts or varieties. 
  • Disguise- It refers to conceal the nature or existence of a feeling or a situation. 
  • Inference- It is the conclusion which are formed due to the known facts or evidence. 
  • Inflammation- It is the condition in which a part of one's body becomes swollen, red and painful. 
  • Stupor- It is a condition in which someone is not able to think normally because of being drunk, tired, dragged etc. 
  • Melee- It refers to the confused struggles or fights involving many people. 
  • Conundrum- It is a confusing or difficult problem. 
  • Mumbo-Jumbo- It refers to meaningless words or activities. 
  • Circumstantial- It is something connected with particular circumstances. 
  • Juvenile- It is connected with young people who are not adult. 
  • Aftermath- It is the consequence of a significant and unpleasant event. 
  • Alphanumeric- It consists of both letters and numerals. 
  • Homogeneous- It consists of things or people which are of same type. 
  • Stalemate- It refers to the dispute in which neither side can gain an advantage or win. 
  • Inflation- It refers to the continual increase in the price of goods and services. 
  • Incessant- It refers to continue without stopping.
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