One word substitution–16

Continuing our tryst with our exploration of ‘one word substitution‘ list, we present more words as they keep coming. These words are intended to give the exact meaning of a sentence by a single word. These types of lists come pretty handy if you want to improve your vocabulary in English language.

One who studies the past through objects left behind. Archaeologist
One who studies the evolution of mankind. Anthropologist
One who studies science of rocks and minerals. Lithologist
One who studies rocks and soils. Geologist
One who studies plant and animal life. Naturalist
One who speaks for others. Spokesman
One who sets type for books,newspapers,etc. Compositor
One who sells sweets and pastries. Confectioner
One who sells spectacles. Optician
One who sells fruits,vegetables from a barrow. Costermonger
One who sells articles at public sales. Auctioneer
One who resides in a country of which he is not a citizen. Alien
One who pretends to be what he is not. Hypocrite/Impostor
One who prescribes medicines. Physician
Incapable of being defended. Indefensible
Incapable  of being destroyed. Indestructible
Incapable  of being divided. Indivisible
Incapable  of being effaced. Ineffaceable
Incapable of being expressed in words. Inexpressible
Incapable of being heard. Inaudible
Incapable  of being justified or excused. Inexcausable
Incapable  of being penetrated. Impenetrable
Incapable  of being perceived by the senses. Imperceptible
Incapable  of being put into practice. Impracticable
Incapable  of being reached. Inaccessible
Incapable  of being read. Invisible
Incapable  of being solved. Unsolved
Incapable  of being taken by force of arms. Impregnable
Incapable  of being tired out. Inexhaustible
Incapable  of being wounded. Invulnerable

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