One Word Substitution

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. One who is out to subvert a government One who is recovering from illness One who is all powerful One who is present everywhere One who knows everything One who is easily deceived One who does not make mistakes One who can do anything for money One who has no money One who changes sides One who works for free One who loves books One who can speak two languages One who loves mankind One who hates mankind One who looks on the bright side of things One who looks on the dark side of things One who doubts the existence of god One who pretends to be what he is not One incapable of being tired One who helps others Good One who copies from other writers One who hates women One who knows many languages One who is fond of sensuous pleasures One who thinks only of himself One who thinks only of welfare of women One who is indifferent to pleasure or pain One who is quite like a woman One who has strange habits One who speaks less One who goes on foot One who believes in fate One who dies without a Will One who always thinks himself to be ill A Government by the people A Government by a king or queen A Government by the officials Anarchist Convalescent Omnipotent Omnipresent Omniscient Gullible Infallible Mercenary Pauper Turncoat Volunteer Bibliophile Bilingual Philanthropist Misanthrope Optimist Pessimist Agnostic Hypocrite Indefatigable Samaritan Plagiarist Misogynist Polyglot Epicure Egoist Feminist. Stoic Effeminate Eccentric Reticent Pedestrian Fatalist Intestate Valetudinarian Democracy Monarchy Bureaucracy

69. 53. 43. 70. 52. 76. 74. 60. 68. 65. 73. 71. 61. 51. 55.39. 47. 64. 50. 75. 40. 41. 63. A Government by the rich Plutocracy A Government by the few Oligarchy A Government by the Nobles Aristocracy A Government by one Autocracy Rule by the mob Mobocracy That through which light can pass Transparent That through which light cannot pass Opaque That through which light can partly pass Translucent A sentence whose meaning is unclear Ambiguous A place where orphans live Orphanage That which cannot be described Indescribable That which cannot be imitated Inimitable That which cannot be avoided Inevitable A position for which no salary is paid Honorary That which cannot be defended Indefensible Practice of having several wives Polygamy Practice of having several husbands Polyandry Practice of having one wife or husband Monogamy Practice of having two wives or husbands Bigamy That which is not likely to happen Improbable People living at the same time Contemporaries A book published after the death of its author Posthumas A book written by an unknown author Anonymous A life history written by oneself Autobiography A life history written by somebody else Biography People who work together Colleagues One who eats too much Glutton That which cannot be satisfied Insatiable One who questions everything Cynic A flesh eating animal Carnivorous A grass eating animal Herbivorous One who lives in a foreign country Immigrant To transfer one's authority to another Delegate One who is a newcomer Neophyte That which is lawful Legal That which is against law Illegal One who is unmarried Celibate A game in which no one wins Draw A study of man Anthropology A study of races Ethnology . 78. 54. 58. 49. 57. 72. 48. 77. 59. 66. 45. 56. 67. 42. 44. 46. 62.

79. you can pause. When writing. Murder of the king Regicide 91. Murder of self Suicide 90. One who is greedy for money Avaricious 97.) . A study of birds Ornithology 82. A handwriting that cannot be read Illegible 95. One who doesn't know how to read and write Illiterate 99. To write under a different name Pseudonym 93. and phrases in order to clarify meaning. Murder of a human being Homicide 85. To free somebody from all blame Exonerate 92. You cannot do this when you write. Murder of a mother Matricide 87. stop. A thing no longer in use Obsolete 94. Murder of an brother Fratricide 88. When you speak. Here are the punctuation marks that are most commonly used when writing and the most typical way or ways they are used. A study of ancient things Archaeology 83. A study of derivation of words Etymology 84. Examples are provided for each. A study of the body Physiology 80. Murder of a father Patricide 86. The use of punctuation marks can be very complex. An animal who preys on other animals Predator 101. A study of animals Zoology 81. Something that cannot be imitated Inimitable 98. clauses. you must use punctuation marks such as commas and question marks to make your meaning clear. Murder of an infant Infanticide 89. A person's peculiar habit Idiosyncrasy 100. Each punctuation mark can be used in many ways. Punctuation marks are signals to readers. One who can throw his voice Ventriloquist Using Punctuation Marks Punctuation is the use of standard marks and signs in writing to separate words into sentences. or change your tone of voice to make your meaning clear. The marks or signs are called punctuation marks. Words written on the tomb of a person Epitaph 96. Violating the sanctity of a church Sacrilege 102. Period (.

"I like pizza. "I think that Mr. but it rained that day.Use a comma to set off dates and addresses.Use a period to end an abbreviation.. Carlos also likes pizza" .) . Ohio. "Did you like that movie?" Comma (.Use a semicolon when two independent clauses in a sentence are not separated by a conjunction (such as "and"). 1992.Use a comma to separate three or more items in a series. I have my homework right here. Williams is a great teacher. "We wanted to go to the beach.Use a question mark at the end of an interrogative sentence (a sentence which asks a question). who was born June 18." .) . Wednesday.Use a comma to separate independent clauses in a sentence. "Certainly.Use a comma after introductory words or phrases in a sentence." ." ." . "That was a wonderful movie. "My history class meets each Monday." Question Mark (?) ." Semicolon (. lives in Akron. and Friday.Use a period at the end of a declarative sentence (a sentence which states an idea). "My friend Jane.

the power in our house went out due to a storm." . Some form of the word "follow" is often used in such a case.Use a colon to divide hours from minutes. and therefore. "I am very upset with him!" . Pennsylvania. for instance. New Jersey." . "I have lived in Los Angeles. and Philadelphia.Use a semicolon between independent clauses in a sentence that are separated by any of the following transitional words or phrases: accordingly. France.Use an apostrophe plus the letter "s" to show possession. Trenton. "On our next vacation. "Please take good care of Brad's dog. Boston. Italy. however. for example." Colon (:) . otherwise. moreover. "I have an appointment with the doctor at 10:30 tomorrow morning.Use an exclamation mark after an interjection at the start of a sentence (an interjection is a word used to express strong feeling or sudden emotion).Use an exclamation mark at the end of a sentence to show strong emotion. consequently. Massachusetts." . California. instead.Use a colon before a list that is preceded by a complete independent clause.. we plan to visit the following countries: England." . and Greece. furthermore." Exclamation Point (!) (sometimes called an Exclamation Mark) . however.Use a semicolon when the items in a series of items contain commas. "Wow! That test was harder than I expected.Use an apostrophe to indicate a missing letter or letters in a contraction. nevertheless.Use an exclamation mark at the end of a sentence for emphasis. "I planned to study Saturday morning. "I don't think she will win the election." Apostrophe (') . "I have to go home right now!" .

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