500 Most Important One Word Substitution, Most Repeated in Exams

                        Most Important One Word Substitution

        Most repeated and Expected one word substitution for ssc exams, ibps exams, banking, railway and for all other government exams

  1. A short usually amusing , story about some real person or event – ANECDOTE
  2. A person who does not believe in any religion – PAGAN
  3. Bringing about gentle and painless death from incurable diseases – EUTHANASIA
  4. A man of lax moral – LICENTIOUS
  5. A foolish belief that one is good – THEOMANIA
  6. Valuntarily giving up throne by king in fovour of son – ABDICATION
  7. Commencement of words with the same letter – ALLITERATION
  8. To slap with a flat object – SWAT
  9. Who believes that god is everything and everything is god – PANTHEIST
  10. One who takes excessive cruelty – ANARCHIST
  11. To talk much without coming to the point –   CIRCUMLOCUTION
  12. One who cuts precious stones – Lapidist
  13. The school or college in which one has studied –  ALMAMATER
  14. One desirous of getting money –  AVARICIOUS
  15. International destruction of racial group – GENOCIDE
  16. A postage stamp collector – PHILATELIST
  17. A person who is bad at spelling – CACOGRAPHIST
  18. Scientific study of the origin of the universe –  COSMOGONY
  19. A person who is always dissatisfied – MALCONTENT
  20. Man whose wife has been unfaithful to him –  CUCKOLD
  21. Person who brings an action at low –   PLAINTIFF
  22. Deriving pleasure from inflicting pain on others –  SADISM
  23. Atonement for one’s sins  –  EXPIATION
  24. Of unknown and un admitted authorship –  ANONYMOUS
  25. A person who forsake religion –  RENEGADE
  26. A person who is made to bear blame bue to others –  SCAPEGOAT
  27. A person who pretends who has more knowledge or skill than he really has – CHARLATAN
  28. The act of violating the sanctity of church – DESECRATION
  29. One who thinks that human nature is essentially evil –   CYNIC
  30. Irrational fear of crowds –  OCHLOPHOBIA
  31. One who can use either of his hands with ease –  AMBIDEXTROUS
  32. Land surrounded by water as to be almost an island –   PENINSULA
  33. Story told to illustrate a moral or spiritual truth – PARABLE
  34. The feeling of being great about oneself –  MEGALOMANIA
  35. A place where arms and ammunition are kept –  ARSENAL
  36. Substance that removes dirt from the surface of a thing –  DETERGENT
  37. Scientific study of speech and sound especially in a particular language –   PHONOLOGE
  38. Points for discussion in a meeting –  AGENDA
  39. Of outstanding significance – MONUMENTAL
  40. An animal that preys on other animal –  PREDATOR
  41. One who knows many languages –  POLYGLOT
  42. A writer who steals ideas from others – PLAGIARIST
  43. That which cannot be perished –  IMPERISHABLE
  44. A place for keeping bees –  APIARY
  45. A person who kills somebody for political reasons –  ASSASSIN
  46. A person who does not want to see the realities of life and tries to escape –  ESCAPIST
  47. A figure with many angles or sides – POLYGON
  48. Decision that cannot be taken back –  IRREVOCABLE
  49. One who loves books –  BOBLIOPHILE
  50. A person suffering from nervous breakdown –  NEUROTIC
  51. The house of an Eskimo – IGLOO
  52. The art of beautiful handwriting –  CALLIGRAPHY
  53. That which catches fire quickly –  INFLAMMABLL
  54. An instrument for measuring the force of the wind – ANEMOMETER
  55. A game in which no one wins –  DRAWN
  56. One who is hundred years old –  CENTENARIAN
  57. One for whom the whole world is one’s home  –  COSMOPOLITAN
  58. Fear of crowds –   OCHLOPHOBIA
  59. Physical features of an area –  GEOGRAPHY
  60. Release of a prisoner from jail on certain terms and conditions –  PAROLE
  61. A person who is talkative  –  GARRULOUS
  62. A person having the same name as another – NAMESAKE
  63. A style in which a displays his knowledge –  PEDANTIC
  64. A low area storm with high winds rotating about a centre of atmospheric pressure –  CYCLONE
  65. Opposed to great or sudden change –  CONSERVATIVE
  66. Relationship by blood or birth –  CONSAGUINITY
  67. A story that can hardly be believed –  INCREDIBLE
  68. Along distance race – MARATHON
  69. A person who is difficult to please –  FASTIDIOUS
  70. In order og time –  CHRONOLOGICAL
  71. Murder of mother –  MATRICIDE
  72. One who doubt others –  SKEPTIC
  73. Something characterized by dull uniformity –  AUTONOMOUS
  74. A man who got married recently – BRIDEGROOM
  75. Words inscribed on a tomb –  EPITAPH
  76. Person leaving his native country to settle in another –  EMIGRANT
  77. Bones separated from flesh and preserved in natural position –  SKELOTON
  78. Skillfully planning the movements of his troops –  MANEUVERING
  79. Surrounded on all sides –  ENVELOPED
  80. One who conceals his identity as a writer under an assumed pen name [ Fr. Nom-de-plume] –  COCOPHONOUS
  81. Scientific study of insects –  Entomology
  82. Blessed with super intelligence sine birth –   PRODIGY
  83. Pardon for political crimes –  AMNESTY
  84. Deserving all praise –  Laudable
  85. That which can be seen through – TRANSPARENT
  86. Mass-scale destruction of racial groups –  GENOCIDE
  87. A word which can be interpreted in other ways –  MISNOMER
  88. Minister representing a sovereign  /  state in a foreign country  –  AMBASSADOR
  89. A person sent on a mission – EMISSARY
  90. A person who lives at the same time as another –  CONTERNPORARY
  91. A lover of womankind –  PHILOGYNIST
  92. A lover of food  –  GOURMAND
  93. A person who lovers his own country –   PATRIOT
  94. A person who regards the whole world as his country –  COSMOPOLITAN
  95. A person who believes in the total abolition of war –  PACIFIST
  96. A person who is fond of fighting –  BELLICOSE
  97. One who supplicates or entreats earnestly –  SUPPLICANT
  98. One who has narrow religious views –  BIGOT
  99. One who eats too much –  GLUTTON
  100. One who eats human flesh –  CANNIBAL
  101. One who breaks images and idols –  ICONOCLOST
  102. One who walks in sleep –  SOMNAMBULIST
  103. One who talks in sleep –  Somniloquist
  104. One who makes a scientific study of language – LINGUIST
  105. The amount of money put at stake in poker – ANTE
  106. One who enjoys another person’s confidence –  CONFIDANT
  107. One who is appointed by parties to settle dispute –  ARBITRATOR
  108. Who leaves his own country and goes to lives in another –  EMIGRANT
  109. A person who comes to one country from another to settle –  IMMIGRANT
  110. To send out of one’s notive country –  EXPATRIATE
  111. One who commits the first act of attack –  AGGRESSOR
  112. One who speaks for others –  SPAKESMAN
  113. One who abandons his religious faith – APOSTANTE
  114. Who faces the penalty for persistence in his faith – MARTYR
  115. A person who has a long experience of any occupation –  VETERAN
  116. A person who does clever tricks which appear magical –  CANJUROR
  117. Preacher of a doctrine – APOSTLE
  118. A disease that is found regularly in a particular place –  ENDEMIC
  119. A child brought up by persons who are not its parents – FOSTER-CHILD
  120. A tendency to break law to do socially unacceptable things –  DELINQUENT
  121. A medicine that induces sleep narcotic soporific somniferous –  HYPNOTIC
  122. A story in which ideas are symbolized as-people –   ALLEGORY
  123. A short story designed to teach a moral or religious lesson  –  PARABLE
  124. An old story about great events and people in ancient times, which may not be true – LEGEND
  125. A string of beads used for prayer – ROSARY
  126. The act of speaking aloud one’s thoughts when alone –  SOLILOQUY
  127. Animals which lives in flocks – GREGARIOUS
  128. A style full of words –  VERBOSE
  129. A style in which a writer displays his knowledge – PEDANTIC
  130. Repetition or writing word for word –  ALLITERATION
  131. Anything which is no longer in use –  OBSOLETE
  132. That which cannot be blotted – INDELIBLE
  133. That without which one can’t do  –  INDISPENSABLE
  134. That which can be easily set on fire – INFLAMMABLE
  135. That which cannot be perceived by the senses –  IMPERCEPTIBLE
  136. That which cannot be taken by force or arms – IMPREGNABLE
  137. Incapable of being understood –  UNINTELLIGIBLE
  138. Incapable of being imitated –  INIMITABLE
  139. That which happens every two years –  BIENNIAL
  140. That which happens every four years – QUADRENNIAL
  141. That which happens every half year – SEMIANNUAL
  142. That which occurs time after time – PERENNIAL
  143. That which happens once in three years –  TRIENNIAL
  144. The cessation of warfare before a treaty is signed –  ARMISTICE
  145. Compulsory enlistment of military and other services –  CONSCRIPTION
  146. Give tit for tat – RETALIATE
  147. Total loss of voice –   APHONIA
  148. One who is interested in old thing works of art or books  –   ANTIQUARIAN
  149. One who deceives by pretending to be someone else – IMPOSTER
  150. The worship of idols or images – IDOLATRY
  151. The original inhabitants or a country – ABORGINES
  152. Formal written charge against a person for some crime / offence –  INDICTMENT
  153. Engaged in war – BELLIGERENT
  154. A person who helps a helpless person or stranger – SAMORITAN
  155. The state of abstention form marriage –   CELIBACY
  156. Political leader appeals to feelings to stir them up –  DEMAGEOUGE
  157. A person who introduces the performers speakers etc –  COMPERE
  158. A place where books are bound –  BINDERY
  159. A boastful fellow who behaves recklessly –  SWASHBUKLER
  160. Where stone, slote,etc is obtained for building road- making etc – QUARRY
  161. A gambling den –  CASINO
  162. Force of aircraft used to protect a military or naval operation –    AIR-COVER
  163. Record of list of ancestors in order of succession or descent –  GENEALOGY
  164. Paradise or place where one gets supreme delight and bliss  –   ASYLUM
  165. A lie told on purpose –  PERJURY
  166. A small set or committee of top leaders which runs the election for the party –  CAUCUS
  167. One who is habitually kind to others –   ALTRUIST
  168. That which appears to be in the wrong period  –   ANACHRONISM
  169. A collection of poems and writings –   ANTHOLOGY
  170. A wise saying in few words –   APHORISM  ( MAXIM/ ADAGE/ DICTUM)
  171. Small country that is industrially underdeveloped and politically unsteady –   BANANA REPUBLIC
  172. A camp without tents –   BIVOUAC
  173. One who likes good wine and food and companions –   BON- VIVANT
  174. A broad street having trees on both side –   BOULEVARD
  175. Belonging to the middle class –  BOURGEOISIDE
  176. Small object kept for decoration –   BRIC-A-BRAC
  177. A small ad placed in a newspaper –  CLASSIFIED
  178. A large expensive book with a lot of pictures in it –  COFFEE  TABLE BOOK
  179. Combination of many companies / banks for a common purpose –    CONSORTIUM
  180. Made exactly like something real in order to deceive – COUNTERFIRT
  181. Business of making and selling fashionable women’s clothes –  COUTURE
  182. A long soft seat or bed on a base –  DIVAN
  183. A large room containing a number of beds –   DORMITORY
  184. An official order forbidding trade  with another country   –  EMBARGO
  185. A serious crime such as murder or robbery –  FELONY
  186. A deep narrow valley with steep sides –  GORGE
  187. Great destruction and the loss of many live –  HOLOCAUST
  188. Impossible to satisfy or make less angry – IMPLACABLE
  189. In physical form rather than in the from of spirit –  INCARNATE
  190. A long loose garment made of silk –  KIMONO
  191. Rough treatment of a person to obtain information –  THIRED DEGREE
  192. Personal possessions a women brings with her in marriage –   TROUSSEAU
  193. A living creature which has a back bone –    VERTEBRATE
  194. To walk through water –   WADE
  195. Difficulty in seeing the difference between letter shapes –   WORD BLINDNESS
  196. A group of three powerful people –   TRIUMVIRATE
  197. An apartment building in which each apartment is owned separately by the people living in it, but also containing shared areas –  CONDOMINIUM
  198. A person who is greatly respected because of wisdom –  VENERABLE
  199. Prohibited by law or treaty from being imported or exported –   SMUGGLED
  200. A person in a vehicle or on horseback escorting another vehicle –   Noutrider
  201. Detailed plan of a jurney –      ITI-NERARY
  202. A school boy who cuts classes frequently is a –   TRUANT
  203. The main women singer in opera company –   PRIMA DONNA
  204. A renewal of interest in some particular kind of art –  RENAISANCE
  205. A warm stretch of cast popular with holiday makers –  RIVIERA
  206. One who can see into the future –  SEER
  207. One who is between 60-69 years old –   SEXAGENARIAN
  208. Having a strange dreamlike unreal quality –  SURREAL
  209. A liking for sweet –  SWEET TOOTH
  210. Of the sense of touch –   TACTILE
  211. The belief that nothing has meaning and value –   NIHILISM
  212. Philosophy branch concerned with the nature of existence  –  ONTOLOGY
  213. Making oneself willingly suffer for one’s wrong –  PENANCE
  214. One who brings charge against someone in court – PLAINTIFF
  215. Of the lower social classes  –   PLEBEIAN
  216. Of or like a pig –  PORCINE
  217. The main women dancer in ballet company –   PRIMA BALLERINA
  218. Just and unavoidable punishment –   NEMESIS
  219. A person with same name as yours is your –  NAMESAKE
  220. One who keeps thinking of one particular idea only –   MONOMANIAC
  221. A method of doing something typical of someone –  MODUS OPERANDI
  222. A simple shoe made of leather – MOCCASIN
  223. The belief that one is important than one really is  –   MEGALOMANIA
  224. The long hair on the back of neck –  MANE
  225. Something that made failure certain  –   KISS  OF  DEATH
  226. The title ‘sir’ given by the British king or queen –   KNIGHTHOOD
  227. That which causes the bowels to empty easily –   LAXATIVE
  228. Of or like a lion –  LEONINE
  229. An official demand or collection, especially tax –   LEVY
  230. A humorous short poems with five lines  –   LIMERICK
  231. A great work of art –   MAGNUM OPUS
  232. Smugly self-satisfied –   COMPLACENT
  233. Having to do with artistic beauty –  AESTHETIC
  234. A professional soldier hired to serve in a foreign army –   MERCENARY
  235. A writing or speech in praise of someone –  EULOGY
  236. A person who repairs broken window glasses –  GLAZIER
  237. The stand from which a preacher delivers his sermon –  LECTERN
  238. The science of government –   POLITICS
  239. One who specializes in the mathematics of insurance –   ANACTUARY
  240. A messenger sent ingreat haste –  EMISSARY
  241. Deeply worriend or agitated –  DISTRAUGHT
  242. He is my partner in crime –  ACCOMPLICE
  243. A short trip or excursion –  JAUNT
  244. Motive or incitement to action – PROPOSITION
  245. Science or practice of map drawing –  CARTOGRAPHY
  246. Something that might happen in the future –  PROPHECY
  247. Person believing in free will –  LIBERTARIAN
  248. Small pieces of metal they fly out from an exploding bomb  –   SPLINTERS
  249. All the arts, beliefs and social in stitutions etc. characteristic of a race –   CULTURE
  250. The act of speaking about one’s thoughts when one is alone –  SOLILOQUY
  251. To remove an objectionable part from a book –   EXPURGATE
  252. Pertaining to sheep –  OVINE
  253. Affecting or relating to cows –  BOVINE
  254. A drink usually made from a mixture of one or more alcoholic drink  –  COCKTAIL
  255. Passing out of use –   OBSOLESCENT
  256. A part of a word that can be pronounced separately –  SYLLABLE
  257. Relating to kinship with father –  PATRILINEAL
  258. A special fondness or liking for –  PENCHANT
  259. A speaker platform –   PULPIT
  260. A large number of bullets fired at the same time –  FUSILLADE
  261. One who deliberately damages other people’s property –  VANDAL
  262. A book which holds several works of one author –  ANTHOLOGY
  263. A person who studies the origin and history of words –  ETYMOLOGIST
  264. The policy of extending a country’s empire and influence –   IMPERIALISM
  265. Government by the few –  OLIGARCHY
  266. Hole excavated by an animal as dwelling – BURROW
  267. Materials that change naturally by the action of bacteria –  BIODEGRADABLE
  268. Having a stale smell or taste –   RANCID
  269. Wooden object used for connecting animals that are pulling a vehicle –  YOKE
  270. A man who knows a lot about things like food, music and art –  CONNOISSEUR
  271. A doctor who specialize in diseases of the nose –    RHINOLOGIST
  272. Study of caves –   SSPELEOLOGY
  273. One who has little faith in human sincerity and goodness –  CYNIC
  274. A person pretending to be somebody he is not –   IMPOSTER
  275. A single pillar construction is – MONOLITHIC
  276. A motive merely to get money –  MERCENARY
  277. Harassed by a fixed idea –  HARANGUE
  278. One who revolts against established government –  INSURGENT
  279. An unmarried women past the age of marriage –  SPINSTER
  280. A tall, strong woman  –  AMAZAN
  281. A difficult problem –  CONUNDRUM
  282. A drug or other substance that induces sleep –  SEDATIVE
  283. A speech delivered without any preparation –  EXTEMPORE
  284. Animals which suckle their young –  MAMMALS
  285. Tending to move away from the centre or axis –  CENTRIFUGAL
  286. To deny responsibility for –  REPUDIATE
  287. Time and space without limit –  INFINITUDE
  288. The study of ancient societies –  ANTHROPOLOGY
  289. A person of good understanding knowledge and reasoning power  –   INTELLECTUAL
  290. A person who insists on something –  STICKLER
  291. To deny responsibility for –   REPUDIATE
  292. Placing a thing beside another – JUXTAPOSE
  293. A list of passengers and luggage –  WAYBILL
  294. Study of the interaction of people with their environment – ECOLOGY
  295. Words inscribed on tomb  –  EPITAPH
  296. A shopkeeper selling cloth and clothing –  DRAPER
  297. A state of extreme excitement –  RETALIATE
  298. State in which the few govern the many – OLIGARCHY
  299. A style in which a writer makes a display of his knowledge –  PEDANTIC
  300. Leave or remove from a place considered dangerous –  EVACUATE
  301. Extreme old age when a man behaves like a fool –  SENILITY
  302. A short sleep, especially during the day –  NAP
  303. A lengthy and complicated procedure –   RIGMARALE
  304. Giving a false or misleading impression –  DELUSIVE
  305. Shamefully negligent of one’s duties or obligations –  DERELICT
  306. A person of obscure position who has gained wealth –  PARVENU
  307. To root out an evil –  ERADICATE
  308. A list of explanations of rare,  technical or obsolete words –  LEXICON
  309. A place where house refuse is burnt –  INCINERATOR
  310. A substance to keep down evil smell –  SCENT
  311. A substance that alleviates pain –  ANODYNE
  312. A disease affecting many persons at the same time and place -EPIDEMIC DISEASE
  313. Which can be destroyed quickly –  PERISHABLE
  314. A person with refined taste in food and wine –  EPICURE
  315. In a very difficult situation –  HOTCHPATCH
  316. Belonging to upper space –  ETHEREAL
  317. Prescribed or required by fashion, etiquette or custom –  DE RIGUEUR
  318. Move forward  with head on the ground and legs in the air  –  SCMERSAULT
  319. A man with low intelligence –  SIMPLETON
  320. Related to drama and acting –  HISTRIONIC
  321. Use funds in a wrongful way –  EMBEZZLE
  322. State of dreamy meditation –  REVERIO
  323. A green are in a desert  –  OASIS
  324. A caretaker or doorkeeper of a building  –  JANITOR
  325. Home for the dying patient –  HOSPICE
  326. Destroy totally or wipe out –  EXTERMINATE
  327. Painful tightening of a muscle –  SPASM
  328. Help to breathe again  –  REFURBISH
  329. A wooden  or  waxen  image  of  human  figure   –  MANNEQUIN
  330. One who  precedes   –  PRECURSOR
  331. Organized massacre or a particular athnic group   –  POGROM
  332. Place side by side –  JUXTAPOSE
  333. Accusation and  counter accusation  –  RECRIMINATION
  334. A wooden  box   with a front of wire for rabbits  –  HUTCH
  335. One who  studies   the  pattern  of  voting  in elections   –  PSEPHOLOGIST
  336. A large   group  of  girls/ladies  –  BEVY
  337. A group  of  applauders  paid  to clap  –  CLAQUE
  338. A section  of  hair   –  LOCK
  339. A word  or phrase intended to disparage  of belittle –  PEJORATIVE
  340. Easily annoyed or angered and likely to argue –   TRUCLENT
  341. Lasting for a very short time – EVANESCENT
  342. Sexually immoral or offensive –  LICENTIOUS
  343. Very bad or wrong in a way that causes anger – OUTRAGEOUS
  344. Shameless boldness –  EFFRONTERY
  345. One who is well- versed in any subject a critical judge of any art, particularly fine arts, taste –   CONNOISSEUR
  346. An office or past with no work but high pay –  SINECURE
  347. One who always runs away from danger –  TIMID
  348. Place where public, govt or historical records are kept –  ARCHIVES
  349. Mania for talking –  LOGOMANIA
  350. Part of a church in which bells hang –  BELFRY
  351. A song embodying religious and sacred emotions –  HYMM
  352. A small house with all rooms on the floor –  BUNGALOW
  353. An entertainer who performs difficult physical actions – GYMNAST
  354. Strong and settled dislike between two person –  ANTIPATHY
  355. The act of killing one’s wife –  UXORICIDE
  356. To cause troops etc. to spread out in readiness for bottle  –  DEPLOY
  357. A small enciosure for cattle, sheep, poultry –  PEN
  358. To examine one’s own thoughts and feelings –  INTROSPECTION
  359. Murder of a brother – FRATRICIDE
  360. Mania for traval –  DROMOMANIE
  361. A person living permanently in a certain place –  DOMICILE
  362. Paying back injury with injury – VENDETTA
  363. Person who claims to have great love for and understanding of what is beautiful in nature, art etc –   AESTHETE
  364. To change shape, nature or substance of –  TRANSMUTE
  365. Words different in meaning but similar in sound –  HOMONYM
  366. A house for storing grains –  GRANARY
  367. Time after twilight and before night – DUSK
  368. Wicked to be of a high degree –  HEINOUS
  369. Maine for work –  ERGOMANIA
  370. Medicine which lessens pain –   ERGOMANIA
  371. A sudden rush of wind –  GUST
  372. One who is interested in the welfare of women –  FEMINIST
  373. Opposed to great or sudden change –  CONSERVATIVE
  374. The line which a plough cuts in the ground –  FURROW
  375. Belief that god is in everything and that everything is god. –  PANTHEISM
  376. A picture of person or a thing drawn in such a highly exaggerated manner as to cause laughter. –   CARICATURE
  377. The state of being miserably bereft of all possessions –  DESTITUTE
  378. That which cannot be called back –  IRREVACABLE
  379. One who journeys from place to place –  ITINERANT
  380. To feel or express disapproval of something or someone –  DEPRECATE
  381. Hand writing that cannot be read – ILLEGIBLE
  382. Animals that can live on land and in water –  AMPHIBIANS
  383. Easily duped or fooled –  GULLIBLE
  384. Fear of water –  HYDROPHOBIA
  385. A government by officials –  BUREAUCRACY
  386. Commencement of adjacent words with the some letter –  ALLITERATION
  387. A specialist who tests eyesight  –  POTICIAN
  388. Science dealing with bird life –  ARNITHOLOGY
  389. The dead skin cast off by a snake –  SLOUGH
  390. A roundabout way of speaking  –  CIRCUMLOCTION
  391. An extreme fear of being in a small confined place –  CLAUSTROPHOBIA
  392. An inscription on a tomb –  EPITAPH
  393. Allowance due to a wife from her husband an separation –  ALIMONY
  394. Parctice of employing spies in war  –  ESPIONAGE
  395. A wall built to prevent the sea or a river from flooding an area – DYKE
  396. Someone who keeps bees – APIARIST
  397. Speaking one’s thoughts aloud to oneself –  SOLILOQUIZE
  398. That which would burn easily –  INFLAMMABLE
  399. Place of gathering for public discussion –  FORUM
  400. Young cow that not yet had a calf – HEIFER
  401. A mournful song for the dead –  DIRGE
  402. A bee keeper –  ENTOMOLOGIST
  403. One who uses somebody else’s ideas or writings as if they were his own –  PLAGIARIST
  404. Noisy merry making – REVELRY
  405. The art of making fireworks –  PYROTECHNICS
  406. An appearance of objects often simulating –  MIRAGE
  407. A small waterfall or group of waterfalls flowing down a rocky hill side is called –  CSCADE
  408. Give off bubbles of gas – EFFERVESCE
  409. Specializes in nose diseases –  RHINOLOGIST
  410. Sudden and violent change –  CATACLYSM
  411. Instrument which records earth’s tremor –  SEISMOGRAPH
  412. Careful in the spending of money time etc –  ECONOMICAL
  413. Study of insects is – ENTOMOLOGY
  414. A fixed territory in which authority can be exercised –  JURISDICTION

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