Single Word Substitution

Q121. Fear of books
(a) Bathophobia
(b) Dipsophobia
(c) Geraphobia
(d) Bibliophobia

Q122. Nursery for babies and young children
(a) Crochet
(b) Cricket
(c) Croquet
(d) Creche

Q123. A critical judge of any art or craft
(a) Connoisseur
(b) Cacographer
(c) Cynosure
(d) Coquette

Q124. One who thinks or speaks too much of himself
(a) Egotist
(b) Optimist
(c) Impostor
(d) Enthusiast

Q125. Handwriting which is difficult or impossible to read
(a) Illogical
(b) Eligible
(c) Illegible
(d) Unintelligible

Q126. The art of preparing, stuffing, and mounting the skins of animals with life like effect
(a) Percussionist
(b) Oncologist
(c) Dentistry
(d) Taxidermy

Q127. Murder of a King
(a) Infanticide
(b) Regicide
(c) Maricide
(d) Genocide

Q128. A large sleeping room with many beds
(a) Bedroom
(b) Hostel
(c) Dormitory
(d) Basement

Q129. One who sacrifices his life for a cause
(a) Patriot
(b) Martyr
(c) Soldier
(d) Revolutionary

Q130. A person pretending to be somebody he is not
(a) Magician
(b) Imposter
(c) Rogue
(d) Liar

Q131. One who is not easily pleased by anything
(a) Fastidious
(b) Precarious
(c) Maiden
(d) Mediaevel

Q132. Extreme old age when a man behaves like a fool
(a) Senility
(b) Imbecility
(c) Dotage
(d) Superannuation

Q133. Sound of apes is called
(a) Bray
(b) Gibber
(c) Clang
(d) Moan

Q134. A religious discourse
(a) Preach
(b) Sermon
(c) Stanza
(d) Sanctorum

Q135. A person who is fond of collecting books
(a) Bibliophile
(b) Librarian
(c) Publisher
(d) Philanthropist

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