One word substitution–7

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.

The act of renouncing the crown by a king. Abdication
A person who easily believes others. Credulous
A person who cannot be easily approached. Inaccessible
Being in complete agreement. Unanimous
To make enquiries. Investigate
Liable to be called to account. Answerable
One who does not believe in God. Atheist
A person who is indifferent to pleasure or pain. Stoic
One who is at home in all countries. Cosmopolitan
A lover of humanity. Philanthropist
Belief in God and nature. Pantheism
A child born after the death of his father or a book published after the death of the author. Posthumous
A person who is fond of refined sensuous pleasures. Epicurean
A person living in a foreign country. Alien
A person with a long experience of military or civil service. Veteran
A person who cannot make a mistake. Infallible
One who is out to destroy all government. Anarchist
With one voice. Unanimously
Something that can be heard. Audible
Something that cannot be heard. Inaudible
Something that can be seen. Visible
Something that cannot be seen. Invisible
That which is found everywhere. Universal
Incapable  of being corrected. Incorrigible
One who plays a game or does a work for pleasure and not as a a profession. Amateur
That which does not bear the name of the writer. Anonymous
One who looks on specially at the show or game. Spectator
Morning prayer in a church. Matins
A style which cannot be imitated. Inimitable
A person with narrow religious views. Fanatic
Something that cannot be dispensed with. Indispensable
To turn friends into enemies. Alienate

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