One word substitutes - MCQs with answers - Part IIChoose the correct one word to replace the given sentence1. One who does not believe the existence of God:
d. SkepticView Answer / Hide Answer
2. A great lover of books:
ANSWER: c. Atheist
Example: I have turned an atheist since our great leader's untimely death.
d. BibliophileView Answer / Hide Answer
3. Cultivation and study of trees or shrubs:
ANSWER: d. Bibliophile
Example: We would recommend it to any bibliophile tired of tote bags.
d. AgronomyView Answer / Hide Answer
4. A plea that an accused was somewhere else when the crime was committed:
ANSWER: c. Arboriculture
Example: The science of arboriculture studies is how these plants grow and respond to cultural practices and to their environment.
d. ProofView Answer / Hide Answer
5. A person from another land:
ANSWER: a. Alibi
Example: His name in the party register proves his alibi for that night.
d. IntruderView Answer / Hide Answer
6. The theory that gods and goddesses have human form:
ANSWER: c. Alien
Example: The belief that aliens exist on other planets has no proof.
d. IncarnationView Answer / Hide Answer
7. The life history of a person written by another:
ANSWER: a. Anthropomorphism
Example: Several papers have been written about the practicalities of usefully exploiting human anthropomorphism in particular situations.
d. BiographyView Answer / Hide Answer
8. Broadcast report or news:
ANSWER: d. Biography
Example: The biographies of great men inspires us.
d. BulletinView Answer / Hide Answer
9. The science of sound:
ANSWER: d. Bulletin
Example: The quarterly bulletin will have a new column from the next issue.
d. SonologyView Answer / Hide Answer
10. A written statement on oath:
ANSWER: b. Acoustics
Example: Acoustics is an interdisciplinary science dealing with the study of all mechanical waves in gases, liquids, and solids including topics such as vibration, sound, ultrasound and infrasound.
d. PromiseView Answer / Hide Answer
ANSWER: b. Affidavit
Example: He made an affidavit of his legal statement against the convict.