ONE WORD SUBSTITUTES: one-word substitution is a process in which people use one word to replace a wordy phrase, to make the sentence structure more clear. … ‘ The meaning is identical, yet the sentence is shorter. Here the list of one-word substitutes given which are used in our day-to-day conversation.

ONE WORDPHRASE
AgnosticOne who is not sure about God’s existence
ArsonistA person who deliberately sets fire to a building
AmateurOne who does a thing for pleasure and not as a profession
AmbidextrousOne who can use either hand with ease
AuditorOne who makes an official examination of accounts
AnarchistA person who believes in or tries to bring about a state of lawlessness
ApostateA person who has changed his faith
AtheistOne who does not believe in the existence of God
ArbitratorA person appointed by two parties to solve a dispute
AsceticOne who leads an austere life
AmateurOne who does a thing for pleasure and not as a profession
AmbidextrousOne who can either hand with ease
BohemianAn unconventional style of living
CacographerOne who is bad in spellings
CannibalOne who feeds on human flesh
ChauvinistA person who is blindly devoted to an idea/ A person displaying aggressive or exaggerated patriotism
ConnoisseurA critical judge of any art and craft
ContemporariesPersons living at the same time
ConvalescentOne who is recovering health after illness
CoquetteA girl/woman who flirts with man
CosmopolitanA person who regards the whole world as his country
CynosureOne who is a centre of attraction
CynicOne who sneers at the beliefs of others
DemagogueA leader or orator who espoused the cause of the common people
DebonairA person having a sophisticated charm
DemagogueA leader who sways his followers by his oratory
DilettanteA dabbler (not serious) in art, science and literature
EpicureOne who is for pleasure of eating and drinking
EgotistOne who often talks of his achievements
EmigrantSomeone who leaves one country to settle in another
EffeminateA man who is womanish in his habits
FastidiousOne hard to please (very selective in his habits)
FugitiveOne who runs away from justice
FanaticOne who is filled with excessive enthusiasm in religious matters