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One Word Substitution


One Word Substitution : Fear / Phobia
Sentence
One Word
Fear of Foreigners
Xenophobia
Fear of being alone
Autophobia
Fear of home surroundings
Ecophobia
Fear of dead body
Necrophobia
Fear of animals
Zoophobia
Fear of height
Aerophobia
Fear of Pain
Agliophobia
Fear of Open spaces or crowd
Agoraphobia

One Word Substitution : Science
Sentence
One Word
The Science which studies the crust of the earth
Geology
The Science which studies animals
Zoology
The Science that studies plants
Botany
The Science which studies natural processes of living things
Biology
Science dealing with the motion of projectile like rockets bombs & shells.
Ballistics
Science of crystallization.
Crystallography
Science relating to the formation and development of words.
Elymology
Science of improving the environment.
Euthenics

One Word Substitution : Lover
Sentence
One Word
A lover of animals
Philozoic
A lover of arts
Philotechnic
A lover of dogs
Canophilist
A lover of God
Philotheist
A lover of learning
Philomath
A lover of women
Philogynist
A lover of property and art
Philomuse
A man who enjoys having sex with a lot of different women
Philanderer

One Word Substitution : Murder
Sentence
One Word
A woman who murder her husband
Mariticide
A man who murder his wife
Uxoricide
One who murder one's mother
Matricide
One who murders one's father
Patricide
One who kill oneself
Suicide
The murder of infant
Infanticide
The murder of king
Regicide

One Word Substitution : Government
Sentence
One Word
One who is out to subvert a government
Anarchist
Government by the nobility
Aristocracy
A government where the power is concentrated in the hands of one person. or A Government by one
Autocracy
A government run by civil servants.
Bureaucracy
Government by people
Democracy
A Government by a king or queen
Monarchy
A Government by the few
Oligarchy
Government by the wealthy people
Plutocracy
Government by priests.
Theocracy




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