One word substitution–23

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 employed to clean and street. Scavenger
One who craves three dimensional figures/abstract pieces in stone or wood and other materials. Sculptor
One who builds ships. Shipwright
One who sells paper, ink, pens and writing materials. Stationer
One who writes shorthand. Stenographer
One  who loads and unloads ships. Stevedore
One who treats diseases by performing operations. Surgeon
One who converts raw hide into leather. Tanner
One who preserves the skins of animals and mounts them so  as to resemble the living animals. Taxidermist
Government by divine guidance. Theocracy
One who goes from place to place mending pots,pans etc. Tinker
A tradesman who manages funerals. Undertaker
One who makes and sells cushions and covers chairs,motor-car seats etc. Upholsterer
One who lends money at exorbitant interest. Usurer
One skilled in the treatment of diseases of animals. Veterinarian
One who is in charge of giving assistance to the poor. Welfare Officer
One who makes wheels for carriages and carts. Wheelwright
A partner is crime. Accomplice
One who has an irresistible desire for alcoholic drinks. Alcoholic
One who engages in an activity for the love of it,and not for money. Amateur
One who can use both hands equally expertly. Ambidexter
One who fishes with a rod. Angler
A person who collects things belonging to ancient times. Antiquary
One who shoots with bows and arrows. Archer
One who maliciously sets fire to another’s property. Arsonist
One who kills for money. Assassin
One who works along with another. Coadjutor
One who feeds on human flesh. Cannibal
One who tries to get votes for an election candidate. Canvasser
One who has special skill in judging art,music,tastes,etc. Connoisseur
One who is compelled by law to serve as a soldier. Conscript
One living at the same time as another. Contemporary

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