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best 50 important one-word substitutes
Amnesia – Loss of memory Atheist – A person who does not believe in the existence of God. Alien – One who resides in a country of which, he is not a citizen. Autocracy – Government by one man who has unlimited power. Autocrat – A person who rules without consulting the opinion of others. Astronomer – A person who is skilled in the science of the celestial bodies (sun, moon, stars, planets, etc.) Arsenal – A place where weapons and ammunition stored. Amnesty – A general pardon of political offenders. Ambassador – A minister representing a state in a foreign country. Allegory – A story in which ideas are symbolized as people. Anonymous – A letter or a document that does not bear the name of its writer. Antiseptic – A medicine prevents decomposing. Aristocracy – A Government run by the nobility or the rich and the elite people. Audience – An assembly of listeners. Autobiography – A life story of a person written by self. Anatomy – Scientific study of the structure of animal bodies. Analgesia – Loss of ability to feel pain while still conscious. Altruist- A person who thinks unselfishly for others. Anarchy- The absence of Government in a country. Anthropologist – A scientist who studies the development of man from his earliest beginnings. Accessible – That can be approached. Audible – That can be heard. Agnostic – one who holds the belief that nothing can be known without God. Amazon – A Warlike or masculine women (female warrior). Avoidable – That can be avoided. Adolescent – One at the state of growth between bod hood and youth. Ambidextrous – A person who is capable of using both hands with equal skill. Arbitrator – A person chosen or appointed by parties in controversy to decided their difference. Alias – Name by which a person is called at other times or in other places. Addendum – A thing that is to be added. Astrology – The theory that interprets the influence of planets and stars on human events. Ambivert – One who turns thoughts both inwards and outwards. Ascetic – one who does not pursue pleasure for the flesh. Agenda – Items of business to be discussed at a meeting. Aster – A flower that is star-shaped. English Grammar all topic easy language Agronomics – The science of land management. Bankrupt or insolvent – one cannot pay off his debts. Bigot – A person attached to any opinion, system, or party. Botanist – one who is well versed in the knowledge of plants. Bond – Agreement or engagement that a person is bound to observe. Bureaucracy – A government in which all power is controlled by the officials. Braggart – A vain, boasting fellow. Biennial – Occurring every two years. Belligerent – One who is engaged in fighting. Brittle – That breaks easily. Biped – An animal with two feet. Bigamy – the state of having two wives (or husbands ) at a time. Butcher – A person who seob is killing animals for food and selling meat. Burglar – A person who enters a building illegally in order to steal. Bier – Frame on which a dead body is carried or placed before the burial.