ONE-WORD SUBSTITUTION
316. Rebellion against lawful authority     328. A list of books available in a li-               (1) offer         (2) confiscate
      (1) mutiny         (2) coup                brary                                            (3) annex         (4) hijack
      (3) revolution (4) dissidence              (1) catalogue        (2) bibliography            Directions (339 – 343) : In the
 317. Soldiers who fight on horseback            (3) backlist         (4) index            following questions, out of the four
      (1) infantry       (2) artillery      329. One who performs daring gym-              alternatives choose the one which can
      (3) cavalry        (4) armoured            nastic feats                              be substituted for the given words/
 318. One who speaks for others                  (1) athlete          (2) juggler          sentence.
      (1) spokesman (2) leader                   (3) acrobat          (4) conjuror                   (SSC Multi-Tasking Staff Exam.
      (3) supporter (4) naming                    Directions (330–334) : In the                        10.03.2013, Ist Sitting : Patna)
 319. A man who doesn’t know how to        following questions, out of the four             339. A hater of women
      read or write                        alternatives, choose the one which can                 (1) androgynist (2) misogynist
      (1) uneducated (2) illiterate        be substituted for the given words/                    (3) misanthropist (4) eve-teaser
      (3) ignorant       (4) oblivious     bold part of the sentence.                       340. Easy to shape in any desired
       Directions (320–324) : In the                 (SSC Delhi Police Sub-Inspector              form
following questions, out of the four al-                       (SI) Exam. 19.08.2012)             (1) ductile         (2) malleable
ternatives choose the one which can         330. An office with a salary but no                   (3) flexible        (4) plasticine
be substituted for the given words/               work                                      341. Amount of money demanded by
sentence.                                         (1) honorary (2) sinecure                       kidnappers
                                                  (3) insolvent (4) sinuous                       (1) donation        (2) honorarium
                (SSC Graduate Level Tier-I
                                            331. The study or collection of coins                 (3) ransom          (4) salary
            Exam. 11.11.2012 (1st Sitting)
                                                  (1) nymphomania                           342. Property inherited from one’s
 320. One who eats human flesh                                                                    father or ancestors
       (1) carnivore (2) herbivore                (2) numismatics
                                                  (3) numerology                                  (1) alimony         (2) patrimony
       (3) glutton      (4) cannibal                                                              (3) voluntary       (4) armistice
 321. Liable to be easily broken                  (4) numeric
                                                                                            343. That whi ch may be easily
       (1) weak         (2) brittle         332. One who hates women
                                                                                                  broken
       (3) thin         (4) hard                  (1) misogynist (2) misanthrope
                                                                                                  (1) indestructible (2) revocable
 322. One who is out to destroy the               (3) feminist (4) effeminate
                                                                                                  (3) divisible       (4) brittle
       Government                           333. A woman with dark brown hair                    Directions (344-348) : In the fol-
       (1) anarchist (2) villain                  (1) blonde         (2) philogynist       lowing questions, out of the four al-
       (3) criminal     (4) enemy                 (3) brunette (4) dotard                  ternatives choose the one which can
 323. One who loves all mankind             334. Speech for the first time.                be substituted for the given words/
       (1) philologist                            (1) introductory speech                  sentence.
       (2) philosopher                            (2) maiden speech                                         (SSC Multi-Tasking Staff
       (3) philanthropist                         (3) concluding speech                                           Exam. 10.03.2013)
       (4) philatelist                            (4) initial speech                       344. One whose motive is merely to
 324. A person who cannot make a                  Directions (335–338) : In the                  get money
       mistake                             following questions, out of the four                  (1) businesslike (2) mercenary
       (1) inexplicable                    alternatives choose the one which can                 (3) polyglot        (4) fastidious
       (2) inevitable                      be substituted for the given words/             345. A man who is quite like a woman
       (3) indispensable                   sentence.                                             (1) feminine        (2) feminist
       (4) infallible                                    (SSC (10+2) Level Data Entry            (3) effeminate (4) womanly
                                                 Operator & LDC Exam. 04.11.2012,          346. A co- worker in an office or in-
      Directions (325-329) : In the fol-
                                                                              Ist Sitting)       stitution
lowing questions, out of the four al-
                                            335. Someone who scientifically                      (1) companion (2) ally
ternatives, choose the one which can
                                                  studies the birds                              (3) accomplice (4) colleague
be substituted for the given words/
sentence.                                         (1) earthologist                         347. To supply land with water by ar-
              (SSC FCI Assistant Grade-III        (2) orthopeadic                                tificial means
           Exam. 11.11.2012 (2nd Sitting)         (3) orthodondist                               (1) irrigate        (2) mitigate
 325. A place of good climate for inva-           (4) ornithologist                              (3) watergate       (4) postulate
      lids                                  336. Something which is imagined to            348. A large burial ground
      (1) hospital       (2) asylum               be real but actually does not                  (1) mercenary (2) emissary
      (3) sanatorium (4) retreat                  exist.                                         (3) symmetry        (4) cemetery
 326. To bite like a rat                          (1) figment         (2) insight                 Directions (349-353) : In the
      (1) chew           (2) cut                  (3) mirage          (4) shadow           following questions, out of the four
      (3) split          (4) gnaw           337. Someone having many skills                alternatives choose the one which can
                                                  (1) versatile       (2) projectile       be substituted for the given words/
 327. A style in which a writer makes
      display of his knowledge                    (3) cyclostyle (4) anglophile            sentence.
                                            338. To officially take private property                        (SSC Multi-Tasking Staff
      (1) ornate         (2) pedantic
                                                  away to seize.                                        Exam. 17.03.2013, Ist Sitting)
      (3) artificial     (4) showy
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