List of Most Common One Word Substitution asked in ssc cgl

Abhishek Ranavat

 50 Most Common One Word Substitution for SSC CGL AND CHSL

'One Word Substitution' appears on a number of competitive tests that assess general English skills. We've gathered a list of the most common 'ONE WORD SUBSTITUTION' questions asked in SSC CGL, SSC CHSL, SSC CPO, SSC MTS, IBPS PO, IBPS CLERK, CDS,NDA, and other government job exams.

A film or a radio or a television programme giving facts about something Documentary
A short, interesting or amusing story about a real person or event Anecdotes
An official record of events or activities year by year Annals
One who knows many languages is called Polyglot
The combination of several different patterns of musical notes sung together to form a single piece of music Polyphony
The custom of having more than one wife at the same time Polygamy
The area of medicine that beats illnesses of bones is called Orthopaedics
The scientific study of birds Ornithology
The treatment of problems relating to teeth and jaws Orthodontics
The branch of science concerned with children and their diseases Paediatrics
A reserve for animals, birds, etc., in their natural habitat is called Sanctuary
Something that is difficult to understand is called Incomprehensible
Something does not lead to a definite decision or result Inconclusive
Something that is impossible to imagine or believe Inconceivable
That which is arranged by conferring or discussing is called Seminar
An occasion when people come together to discuss or decide something Meeting
An argument or a discussion expressing different opinions Debate
Formal discussion between people who are trying to reach an agreement Negotiation
A mournful poem or a song is called Elegy
A poem that speaks to an individual or celebrates a special event Ode
An image without objective reality is called Hallucination
An imaginary place or state in which everything is perfect Utopia
The branch of medical science which deals with the problems of the old is called Geriatrics
The study and treatment of tumours Oncology
A branch of medicine that specializes in the care of women during pregnancy and childbirth and in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the female reproductive organs. Obstetrics
A child secretly changed for another in infancy is called Changeling
A young child who is just beginning to walk Toddler
A small child, one who behaves badly Tyke
An individual who suffers much because of their religious or political beliefs Martyr
An individual who tries to become united with God through prayer Mystic
An individual who claims to know what will happen in the future Prophet
One who cannot be corrected is called Incorrigible
The chief or commander of an army is called General
A container for the ashes of a dead person is called Urn
One who pretends to be what he is not Hypocrite
Too willing to obey other people is called Subservient
Any officer in the British army who is lower in rank than a captain Subaltern
An error or misprint in printing or writing Erratum
A list of items to be discussed at a meeting Agenda
A rule or principle that most people believe to be true Axiom
words or expressions that are used by a profession or group of people, and are difficult for others to understand Jargon
A person extremely desirous of money is called Avaricious
Having or showing strong and sincere feelings about something Fervent
A person who is very selective disgusted easily and is hard to please Fastidious
The period between two reigns is called Era
An individual, A custom or an idea that seems old fashioned and does not belong to the present Anachronism
A period of time during which a country, an organization, etc., does not have a leader and is waiting for a new one Interregnum