One Word Substitute English Quiz Set 41

Take this One Word Substitute English Quiz Set 41 to test your knowledge, also build your Englilsh vocabulary.

Not within the range of what someone knows or understands

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Novels, movies, etc., that are very exciting : a story full of exciting action, mystery, adventure, or suspense

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Number of people who are killed or injured in an accident, disaster, War

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Object (such as a ring or stone) that is believed to have magic powers and to cause good things to happen to the person who has it

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Object, pieces of evidence or some informations that help the police solve a crime

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Object, activities, or ideas that are used as symbols of something else

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Object or materials that are collected because they are related to a particular event, person, etc. : things collected as souvenirs

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Object that are used to do a particular activity : objects of a particular kind

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Occuring between members of the same country, group, or organization

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Of belonging to, or seeming to come from an time in the very ancient past

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(Of a person) not identified by name; of unknown name

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Offence of marrying someone while already married to another person

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Official agreements that are made between two or more countries or groups

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Official announcements about a usually very important piece of news

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Official counting or a survey, especially of a population

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Official examinations of business and financial records to see that they are true and correct : official examination of the quality or standard of something

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Official orders given by a person with power or by a govemment

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Official orders to do something : power to act that voters give to their elected leaders

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Official pardons for people who have been convicted of political offences

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Officially cancelling the power or effect of (something, such as a law, license, agreement, etc.)

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