One Word Substitution Asked in SSC CGL 2017 TIER-I Exam

One Word Substitution Asked in SSC CGL 2017 TIER-I  Exam

1.That which cannot be corrected -…………………………………………   Incorrigible ( असंशोधनिय)
2. A person who is blamed for wrong doings of others -……………………… Scapegoat  (बलि का बकरा )
3. The act of speaking irreverently about sacred things -……………………   Blasphemy  (ईश निंदा )
4. A person who talks too much of himself -………………………………….…   Egotist ( अहंवादी )
5. Take away or alter the natural qualities of something ………… ……………….Denature  ( विकृत )

6. Decay of organic matter producing a fetid smell -……………………………Putrefy ( सरना )
7. Diminish in value over a period of time -……………………………………… Depreciate (मूल्य में कमी )
8. Not able to produce children -……………………………………………………Sterile ( बाँझ )
9. A funeral poem -………………………………………………………………Elegy  ( शोकगीत )
10. One who walks in sleep –                                 …………………………….Somnambulist (नींद में चलने वाला )

11.One skilled in tell…………………………………………. Raconteur ( मजेदार कहानी सुनाने वाला )
12. Fear of fire ………………………………………………………Arsonphobia  (अग्निभिती )
13. One who is honourably discharged from service -…….. ………………………….Emeritus ( ससम्मान सेवामुक्त )
14. A perception without obj…………………………………… ………………………….Hallucination (मतिभ्रम )

15. A man devoid of kind feeling and sympathy -……………………………… Callous (संवेदनाहीन )
16. One who eats too much -………………………………………………………… Glutton  (भुक्खर )
17. A roundabout way of speaking -……………………………….. ………………….Circumlocution (वाक्-चक्र )
18. An old unmarried woman…………………………………. ………………………….Spinster (अधेर अविवाहिता )

19. One who is determined to take full revenge for wrongs done to him -….. Vindictive (प्रतिशोधी )
20. Just punishment for wrong doing -………………………………….…………Nemesis  ( अपरिहार्य दंड )
21. A strong blast of wind -………………………………………..………… Gust (हवा का झोखा )
22. Phobia of dogs -……………………………………..……………….. ………………Cynophobia  (कुत्ते से भय )
23. One who is new to a profession -………………………………………….. .… Tyro (नौसिखिया )
24. A speech or presentation made without previous preparation -.… ……….Extempore (बिना तैयारी के )
25.. Easily duped and fooled -………………………………………………………….. Gullible( भोला  भाला )  
26. Atonement for one’s sins -…………………..………………….. Repentance (प्रायश्चित )
27. Killing of one’s own child -………………………. Filicide  ( अपने बच्चे का हत्यारा ) 
28. A lover of work -…………………….………………. Ergophile (कर्म प्रेमी )
29. Giving undue favours to one’s own kith and kin -……. Nepotism (भाई भतीजा वाद )
30. One who does not care for literature or art -……… Philistine (संकुचित विचार वाला )
31. To give up throne voluntarily -……………………………….. Abdicate ( सत्ता त्यागना )
32. Words written on the tomb of a person -………………………………. Epitaph ( कब्र पर लिखी गयी बात )
33.. Mania for travel …………………………………………………………….. Dromomania (भ्रमणोंन्माद) 
34.. One who has suddenly gained new wealth, power or prestige -………. Parvenu (नवधनाढ्य )
35.. An associate in crime -……………………………….………………. Accomplice ( सहअपराधी )
36.. Man behaving more like a woman than as a man -……………….. Effeminate  ( स्त्रैन)
37. Speaking with stammer or lisp -……………………………………. Stuttering (हकलाना )
38.. Excessive desire to work -……………………………………………… Ergomania ( कर्म प्रेम )
39.. Study of tumors -…………………………………………..……. Oncology (कर्क रोग विज्ञानं )
40.. The highest point -……………………………………………………………………………. Zenith ( शिखर )
41. That which is away from centre -……………………………………………… Eccentric (उत्केन्द्र )
42. One who values practicality -…………………………. Pragmatist (व्यवहारवादी )
43.. One who loads and unloads ships -………………………. Stevedore ( जहाजी कुली )
44.. Belief or opinion contrary to what is generally accepted -… Heresy ( विधर्म )
45.. Distorted representation of something -…………………… Travesty ( हास्यजनक अनुकरण )
46.. A feeling of intense longing for something ……………. Yearning (इच्छुकता )
47.. In exactly the same words as were used originally -………. Verbatim  (प्रतिशब्द )
48.. A person inclined to question or doubt accepted opinions -……….. Sceptic ( संदेहवादी )
49.. Showing strong feeling………………………………………………….…….. Vehement (प्रबल )
50.. A sheath for the blade of a sword ………………………………………. Scabbard ( म्यान )
51. The upward force that a liquid exerts on a body floating in it…. Upthrust (उत्क्षेप )
52. The use of irony to mock or convey contempt -… Sarcasm (कटाक्ष )
53. The crime of betraying one’s country ……………………..……………….. Treason ( राजद्रोह )
54.. Fanatical and uncompromising pursuit of ideals -…….. Zealotry (कट्टरता )

55..Seeking to harm someone in return for a perceived injur…………….……. Vengeful (प्रतिशोधी )
56.. The state of being short in supply -………………………………… Scarcity (अभाव )
57.. Protection of or authority over someon…………………………………………….. Tutelage (संरक्षण )
58. Optimistic in an apparently difficult situation -………………………….. Sanguine (आशावादी )
59.. Conformity to facts -………….…………. Veracity (य्थार्ता )
60. Search for and collect anything usable from discarded waste -….. Scavenge ( कचरा उठाना )
61. Excessively lengthy speech -………………………………………………..……… Verbiage  (शब्दाबाहुल्या)
62. An ornamented staff carried by rulers on ceremonial occasions as a symbol of sovereignty… Sceptre (राजदंड )
63. The quality or state of being exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed……Vulnerability (अतिसंवेदनशीलता )
64. A solemn promise or undertaking -………………………. Pledge (प्रतिज्ञा )
65. Interrupt a public speaker with derisive or aggressive comments or abuse ……. Heckle  ( सवालो से बात काटना  )
66. Not being what it purports to…………..………………. Spurious (नकली )
67. The state of quality of being holy -…………………………………………….………… Sanctity (पवित्रता )
68. A substance easily evaporated at normal temperatures -………. Volatile ( वाष्पशील)
69. Deriving pleasure from inflicting pain -…………….. Sadistic (परपीड़क)
70. A person highly skilled in music -……………… Virtuoso  (क्ला प्रवीण व्यक्ति )
71. Free from disturbance -……………………………………….………….. Tranquil ( शांतचित )
72. An arrangement of flowers fastened in a ring used for laying on grave -……….. Wreath (पुष्पांजलि )
73. To move back and forth or sideways -…………………..………………. Traverse ( घूमना )
74. The remains of something that has been badly damaged -……………….. Wreckage ( मलवा )
75. Deliberately destroy something for military advantage -………… Sabotage ( तोड़ फोड़ करना )
76. The area near or surrounding a particular place -…………. Vicinity (आस- पास )
77. Full of twist and turns -………………………………………..………. Tortuous (पेचीदा )
78. The practice of magic -…………………………. Witchery (जादू टोना )
79. Irritating inconvenience -….. Hassle ( परेशान करना )
80. A punishment imposed for breaking a law, rule, or contract -…..…………. Penalty(दंड )
81. Complete with regard to every detail -………… Thorough (विस्तृत )
82. The faculty or power of using one’s will -……….. Volition (इच्छा शक्ति )
83. The quality of being particularly noticeable -……………….…………….. Salience (विशेषता )
84. Of a disease or poison extremely severe or harmful in its effects -…….……. Virulent ( संक्रामक )
85. A person or thing that is likely to cause harm -…………………….………………. Menace (हानिकारक )
86. Having or involving an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something -…. Phobic (भयग्रस्त )

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