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Repeated and Expected One Word Substitution

 Repeated and Expected One Word Substitution

Easy Way To Improve Vocabulary

One Words Substitution are very important for Railway, IBPS, Banking exams.You may get adequate study materials for English part from Achievers Rule. The Banking Articles, Current Affairs Articles are also useful for your exams. 
  • Clatter- It is a continuous rattling sound as of hard objects falling or striking each other. 
  • Rig- It refers to the control or affect something in a dishonest way in order to get a desired result. 
  • Manoeuvre- It refers to the control or refer a situation in skillful but sometimes in dishonest way.
  • Pisciculture- It is the controlled breeding and rearing of fish. 
  • Repartee- It refers to the conversation in which clever statements and replies are made quickly. 
  • Redress- It refers to correct something which is wrong. 
  • Malversation- It refers to the corrupt behaviour in a position of trust especially in Public office. 
  • Valour- It refers to courage or bravery. 
  • Blind Alley- It is course of action leading nowhere. 
  • Comity- It is a courtesy and considerate behaviour towards others. 
  • Arcade- It refers to the covered passages with arches along one or both sides. 
  • Ornate- It is covered with decorations. 
  • Ad hoc- It is created for a particular purpose as necessary. 
  • Extortion- It is the crime of getting money from someone by the use of force or threats. 
  • Treason- It is crime of trying to the Government of one's country or of helping one's countries enemies during war. 

  • Delinquency- It is the crime or other morally acts. 
  • Tyranny- It is the cruel and unfair treatment by people with power over others. 
  • Squall- It refers to cry very loudly and noisily. 
  • Trajectory- It refers to the curved paths along which something moves through the air or through space. 
  • Orbit- It is the curved paths followed by the planet or an object as it moves around another planet, star, moon etc. 
  • Convention- It refers to the customs or a way of acting or doing things which is widely accepted and followed. 
  • Clientele- It refers to the customers of a shop, bar, or place of entertainment. 
  • Incision- It refers to the cut made in something. 
  • Recital- It refers to the dance or musical performance.  
  • Pitfall- It refers to the problems which are hidden or not obvious at first. 
  • Dingy- It refers to something which is not fresh or clean. 
  • Dungeon- It refers to the dark or underground prisons in castles. 
  • Deadline- It is the date or time when something must be finished. 
  • Equinox- It refers to the days when days and nights are of the same length. 
  • Carcass- These are the dead bodies of animals.
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