ONE-WORD SUBSTITUTION
     Directions (881–883) : Out of the            (3) stoicism                           898. Violation of the sanctity of a
four alternatives, choose the one which           (4) radicalism                              sacred place
can be substituted for the given             889. No longer a child, but not yet an           (1) sin          (2) sacrilege
words/sentences.                                  adult                                       (3) sedition     (4) blasphemy
                    (SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)         (1) youngster (2) adolescent               Directions (899–901) : Out of the
           Exam. 07.09.2016 (IInd sitting)
                                                  (3) juvenile      (4) yokel           four alternatives, choose the one which
 881. A drug which makes one see                                                        can be substituted for the given
                                                 Directions (890–892) : Out of the
      things that are not really there.                                                 words/sentences.
                                            four alternatives, choose the one which
      (1) aphrodisiac                                                                                       (SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
                                            can be substituted for the given
      (2) steroid                           words/sentences.                                       Exam. 10.09.2016 (IInd sitting)
      (3) carcinogen                                             (SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)   899. A child born after the death of
      (4) hallucinogen                                 Exam. 08.09.2016 (IIIrd sitting)       father
 882. Providing relief                       890. Act of making things like new               (1) post dated (2) premature
      (1) reissue      (2) reprieve               again.                                      (3) paternal     (4) posthumous
      (3) rejoinder (4) refuge                    (1) innovate      (2) renovate         900. A person who compl etely
 883. The philosophy of putting                   (3) motivate      (4) activate              abstains from alcohol
      another’s welfare above one’s          891. One who knows everything.                   (1) teetotaller (2) drunkard
      own.                                        (1) omniscient (2) conscious                (3) alcoholic    (4) imposter
      (1) agnosticism                             (3) intellectual (4) learned           901. One who is able to use both
      (2) polytheism                         892. Any morbid dread of water.                  hands
      (3) altruism
                                                  (1) hydrofoil (2) hydrophobia               (1) sinister
      (4) iconoclasm
                                                  (3) hydraulic (4) hyacinth                  (2) ambidextrous
     Directions (884–886) : Out of the
                                                 Directions (893–895) : Out of the            (3) ambivalent
four alternatives, choose the one which
                                            four alternatives, choose the one which           (4) amateur
can be substituted for the given
                                            can be substituted for the given                 Directions (902–904) : Out of the
words/sentences.
                                            words/sentences.
                    (SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)                                               four alternatives, choose the one which
                                                                 (SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
           Exam. 07.09.2016 (IIIrd sitting)                                             can be substituted for the given
                                                       Exam. 09.09.2016 (IInd sitting)
 884. A person who is new to a                                                          words/sentences.
                                             893. The ceremony of crowning a
      profession                                                                                            (SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
                                                  sovereign
      (1) expert       (2) coach                                                                   Exam. 10.09.2016 (IIIrd sitting)
                                                  (1) felicitation (2) promotion
      (3) tutor        (4) novice                                                        902. Chief of a group of workmen.
                                                  (3) coronation (4) installation
 885. That which makes one highly                                                             (1) chieftain    (2) engineer
                                             894. One who tends to patronize,
      knowledgeable                                                                           (3) foreman      (4) middleman
                                                  rebuff or ignore people regarded
      (1) erudition                                                                      903. Bi tter quarrel between two
                                                  as social inferiors and imitate,
      (2) irreverence                             admire people regarded as social            families existing for a long period.
      (3) irritability                            superiors                                   (1) siege        (2) feud
      (4) impulsiveness                           (1) snob          (2) fob                   (3) battle       (4) war
 886. A state of emotional or intellectual        (3) dandy         (4) freak            904. Animals without a backbone.
      separation                                                                              (1) marsupials (2) mammals
                                             895. A room where dead bodies are
      (1) euphoria                                kept until burial                           (3) vertebrate (4) invertebrates
      (2) ecstasy                                 (1) grave         (2) cemetery             Directions (905–907) : Out of the
      (3) alienation                              (3) mortuary (4) pyre                 four alternatives, choose the one which
      (4) communion                              Directions (896–898) : Out of the      can be substituted for the given
      Directions (887-889) : Out of         four alternatives, choose the one which     words/sentences.
the four alternatives, choose the one       can be substituted for the given                                (SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)
which can be substituted for the given      words/sentences.                                       Exam. 11.09.2016 (IInd sitting)
words/sentences.                                                 (SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)   905. The act of killing a king
                    (SSC CGL Tier-I (CBE)              Exam. 09.09.2016 (IIIrd sitting)       (1) regicide     (2) regalcide
           Exam. 08.09.2016 (IInd sitting)   896. Government by a king
 887. Proposition made as a basis for                                                         (3) genocide (4) homicide
                                                  (1) autocracy (2) aristocracy
      reasoning        wi thout        the                                               906. Emission of light or heat from a
                                                  (3) oligarchy (4) monarchy                  central point
      assumption of its truth
                                             897. Hobson’s choice                             (1) rays         (2) refraction
      (1) hypertext (2) hypocrisy
                                                  (1) choice to live or die                   (3) reflection (4) radiation
      (3) hyperbole (4) hypothesis
                                                  (2) excellent choice                   907. That which cannot be believed
 888. Indifference to pleasure and pain
                                                  (3) no choice at all                        (1) awesome (2) incredible
      (1) perseverance
                                                  (4) bigman’s choice                         (3) credible     (4) ineffective
      (2) tolerance
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