SSC CGL 2017 Previous Paper ( One Word Substitution ) Practice and PDF Download

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One Word Substitution Practice Question and Answer

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1. That which cannot be corrected
(A) Impregnable
(B) Immolation
(C) Incorrigible ✔
(D) Ineligible

2. A person who is blamed for the wrong doings of others
(A) Bursar
(B) Captor
(C) Phlegmatic
(D) Scapegoat ✔

3. Take away or alter the natural qualties of
(A) Denature ✔
(B) Unadulterated
(C) Authentic
(D) Limpid

4. Decay of organic matter producing a fetid smell
(A) Putrefy ✔
(B) Crisp
(C) Neoteric
(D) Virgin

5. Diminish in value over a period of time
(B) Augment
(C) Aggrandise
(D) Depreciate ✔

6. Not able to produce children
(A) Gravid
(B) Hebetic
(C) Fecund
(D) Sterile ✔

7. One who is from 60 to 69 years old
(A) Sexton
(B) Sexologist
(C) Sexagenarian ✔
(D) Sextuplet

8. One who walks in sleep
(A) Drover
(B) Fastidious
(C) Numismatist
(D) Somnambulist ✔

9. One skilled in telling stories
(A) Ventral
(B) Fanatic
(C) Raconteur ✔
(D) Tyro

10. Fear of fire
(A) Arsonphobia ✔
(B) Astraphobia
(C) Astrophobia
(D) Arhenphobia

11. A man devoid of kind feeling and sympathy
(A) Callous ✔
(B) Credulous
(C) Gullible
(D) Bohemian

12. One who eats too much
(A) Impostor
(B) Glutton ✔
(C) Hypochondriac
(D) Intestate

13. A roundabout way of speaking
(A) Centipede
(B) Circumlocution ✔
(C) Coercion
(D) Concentric

14. An old unmarried woman
(A) Masochist
(B) Septuagenarian
(C) Sniper
(D) Spinster ✔

15. One who is determined to take full revenge for wrongs done to him
(A) Enmity
(B) Nigger
(C) Pedantic
(D) Vindictive ✔

16. Just punishment for wrong doing
(A) Dandy
(B) Nemesis ✔
(C) Prodigy
(D) Wagon

17. A strong blast of wind
(A) Implosion
(B) Trickle
(C) Gust ✔
(D) Mantle

18. Phobia of dogs
(A) Orophobia
(B) Cynophobia ✔
(C) Vatrachophobia
(D) Phemophobia

19. One who is new to a profession
(A) Nuance
(B) Pun
(C) Tyro ✔
(D) Vandal

20. A speech or a presentation made without previous preparation
(A) Euphemism
(B) Obituary
(C) Extempore ✔
(D) Soliloquy

21. Easily duped or fooled
(A) Bigot
(B) Gullible ✔
(C) Ridicule
(D) Venerable

22. Atonement for one's sins
(A) Elite
(B) Ignoramus
(C) Incendiary
(D) Repentance ✔

23. Killing of one's own child
(A) Foeticide
(B) Filicide ✔
(C) Infanticide
(D) Lupicide

24. A lover of work
(A) Oenophile
(B) Technophile
(C) Romanophile
(D) Ergophile ✔

25. Giving undue favours to one's own kith and kin
(A) Ableism
(B) Iconoclast
(C) Maiden
(D) Nepotism ✔

26. One who does not care for literature or art
(A) Dictator
(B) Hypocrite
(C) Philistine ✔
(D) Primitive

27. To give up a throne voluntarily
(A) Archer
(B) Bigot
(C) Abdicate ✔
(D) Delegate

28. Words written on the tomb of a person
(A) Epigram
(B) Epitome
(C) Epicure
(D) Epitaph ✔

29. Speaking with a stammer or lisp
(A) Melliloquent
(B) Dentiloquent
(C) Fatiloquent
(D) Stuttering ✔

30. Excessive desire to work
(A) Ergomania ✔
(B) Idolomania
(C) Islomania
(D) Ethnomania

31. Study of tumors
(A) Oenology
(B) Oncology ✔
(C) Phrenology
(D) Upology

32. The highest point
(A) Tempest
(B) Outpost
(C) Archive
(D) Zenith ✔

33. One who values practicality
(A) Apotheosis
(B) Pliable
(C) Pragmatist ✔
(D) Realist

34. One who loads and uploads ships
(A) Stevedore ✔
(B) Transgressor
(C) Lapidist
(D) Reticent

35. Belief or opinion contrary to what is generally accepted
(A) Invocation
(B) Incognito
(C) Heresy ✔
(D) Mercenary

36. Distorted representation of something
(A) Travesty ✔
(B) Solemnity
(C) Seriousness
(D) Gravity

37. A feeling of Intense longing for something
(A) Yearning ✔
(B) Apathy
(C) Satiety
(D) Gratification

38. Protection of or authority over someone
(A) Autonomous
(B) Tutelage ✔
(C) Nonaligned
(D) Unaided

39. Optimistic in an apparently difficult situation
(A) Sanguine ✔
(B) Pallid
(C) Pessimistic
(D) Sallow

40. Conformity to facts
(A) Veracity ✔
(B) Deceit
(C) Hypothesis
(D) Theory

41. Search for and collect anything usable from discarded waste
(A) Scavenge ✔
(B) Disperse
(C) Dissipate
(D) Scatter

42. Excessively lengthy speech
(A) Concision
(B) Verbiage ✔
(C) Curt
(D) Succinct

43. An ornamented staff carried by rulers on ceremonial occasions as a symbol of sovereignty
(A) Spectacle
(B) Receptacle
(C) Sceptre ✔
(D) Zephyr

44. The quality or state of being exposed to the possibility of being attacked or harmed
(A) Vigour
(B) Vulnerability ✔
(C) Fortitude
(D) Clout

45. A solemn promise or undertaking
(A) Pledge ✔
(B) Deceit
(C) Myth
(D) Perjury

46. Interrupt ( a public speaker ) with derisive of aggressive comments of abuse
(A) Heckle ✔
(B) Soothe
(C) Allay
(D) Dulcify

47. Not being what it purports to be
(A) Legitiamte
(B) Palpable
(C) Evident
(D) Spurious ✔

48. The state or quality of being holy
(A) Avarice
(B) Baseness
(C) Sanctity ✔
(D) Parsimony

49. A substance easily evaporated at normal temperatures
(A) Volatile ✔
(B) Steadfast
(C) Enduring
(D) Definite

50. Free from disturbance
(A) Transquil ✔
(B) Agitated
(C) Chaotic
(D) Violent

51. An arrangement of flowers fastened in a ring used for laying on a grave
(A) Brier
(B) Prickle
(C) Wreath ✔
(D) Splint

52. To move back and forth or sideways
(A) Sojourn
(B) Tarriance
(C) traverse ✔
(D) Breather

53. The remains of something that has been badly damaged
(A) Pristine
(B) Immaculate
(C) Wreckage ✔
(D) Sterile

54. Deliberately destroy something for military advantage.
(A) Devotion
(B) Fidelity
(C) Sabotage ✔
(D) Ardor

55. The area near or surrounding a particular place
(A) Horizon
(B) Vicinity ✔
(C) Distant
(D) Removed

56. Irritating inconvenience
(A) Tranquillity
(B) Hassle ✔
(C) harmony
(D) Rectitude

57. A punishment imposed for breaking a law , rule , or contract.
(A) Penalty ✔
(B) Reprieve
(C) Grace
(D) Amnesty

58. Complete with regard to every detail
(A) Thorough ✔
(B) Lackadaisical
(C) Lax
(D) Cursory

59. The faculty or power of using one's will
(A) Antagonism
(B) Aversion
(C) Rejection
(D) Volition ✔

60. The quality of being particularly noticeable
(A) Salience ✔
(B) Frivolous
(C) Immaterial
(D) Trivial

61. Of a disease or poison extremely severe or harmful in its effects
(A) innocuous
(B) Virulent ✔
(C) Naive
(D) Inoffensive

62. A person or thing that is likely to cause harm
(A) Menace ✔
(B) Cordial
(C) Festal
(D) Blithe

63. Having or involving an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something
(A) Valiant
(B) Stout
(C) Phobic ✔
(D) Foolhardy

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