50 examples for word followed by a preposition

>) Acquaintance with  : I have no acquaintance with Maria.
>) Affection for : Raman has a strong affection for that poor girl.
>) Apology for  : She offered him an apology for her conduct.
>) Aptitude for : The Marwaris have great aptitude for business.
>) Assurance of : Mr.Desai gave us no assurance of his support.
>) Blame for : Advani accepted blame for the accident.
>) Candidate for : Raman is a candidate for the post.
>) Capacity for : Aftab has no capacity for mastering facts.
>) Care of : Take care of your health.
>) Cause for : There is no cause for anxiety.
>) Cause of : She is the cause of the whole trouble.
>) Charge of : A charge of murder was laid at his door.
>) Claim on : I have every claim on you.
>) Claim to : He set up a claim to the throne.
>) Complaint against : Why don't you lodge a complaint against your noisy
  neighbours?

  2. ADJECTIVES AND PARTICIPLES FOLLOWED BY PREPOSITIONS

>) Accused of : Ghulam was accused of theft.
>) Acquainted with  : Are you acquainted with her?
>) Acquitted of : The thief was acquitted of her charge.
>) Addicted of : Tom is addicted to gambling.
>) Adjacent to : The hotel is adjacent to the Post Office.
>) Afflicted with : The old man is afflicted with gout.
>) Afraid of : Don't be afraid of telling the truth.
>) Amazed at : I was amazed at her impudence.
>) Angry with : The teacher was very angry with us.
>) Annoyed at : Raman was annoyed at her behaviour.
>) Anxious for, about : He is anxious for(about) her safety.
  She is very anxious about her son's health.
>) Appropriate to : The Prime Minister made a stirring speech  appropriate  to the
 occasion.
>) Ashamed of : Mary is ashamed of her conduct.
>) Astonished at : All were astonished at her disobedience.

>) Fond of : Girls are fond of dolls.
>) Free from : No one is free from faults.
>) Full of : This book is full of mistakes.
>) Glad of : I am glad of your success.
>) Good at : She is good at Mathematics.
>) Good for : This medicine is good for headache.
>) Greedy for : Arsalan is greedy of gain/honours.
>) Guilty of : The beggar was found guilty of theft.
>) Honest in : Sami is not honest in his dealings.
>) Hopeful of : Is she hopeful of success?
>) Ignorant of : The Headmaster is ignorant of facts.
>) Ill with : Manorama is ill with fever.
>) Indifferent to : They are indifferent to their own business.
>) Infested with : This house is infested with rats.
>) Injurious to : Alcohol is injurious to health.
>) Intent to : He was intent on winning a scholarship.
>) Interested in : Why are you interested in Maria?
>) Introduced to : I was introduced to the Collector.
>) Jealous of : He is jealous of his friend's success.
>) Lame in : The beggar was lame in the left leg.
>) Lost to : Tom is lost to all sense of shame.
>) Loyal to : The princes were loyal to the Government.
>) Married to : Sheila was married to Raman.
>) Negligent in : He was negligent in his work.
>) Negligent of : He was negligent of his duties.

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>) Acquaintance with : I have no acquaintance with Maria.
>) Affection for : Raman has a strong affection for that poor girl.
>) Apology for : She offered him an apology for her conduct.
>) Aptitude for : The Marwaris have great aptitude for business.
>) Assurance of : Mr.Desai gave us no assurance of his support.
>) Blame for : Advani accepted blame for the accident.
>) Candidate for : Raman is a candidate for the post.
>) Capacity for : Aftab has no capacity for mastering facts.
>) Care of : Take care of your health.
>) Cause for : There is no cause for anxiety.
>) Cause of : She is the cause of the whole trouble.
>) Charge of : A charge of murder was laid at his door.
>) Claim on : I have every claim on you.
>) Claim to : He set up a claim to the throne.
>) Complaint against : Why don't you lodge a complaint against your noisy
neighbours?
>) Accused of : Ghulam was accused of theft.
>) Acquainted with : Are you acquainted with her?
>) Acquitted of : The thief was acquitted of her charge.
>) Addicted of : Tom is addicted to gambling.
>) Adjacent to : The hotel is adjacent to the Post Office.
>) Afflicted with : The old man is afflicted with gout.
>) Afraid of : Don't be afraid of telling the truth.
>) Amazed at : I was amazed at her impudence.
>) Angry with : The teacher was very angry with us.
>) Annoyed at : Raman was annoyed at her behaviour.
>) Anxious for, about : He is anxious for(about) her safety.
She is very anxious about her son's health.
>) Appropriate to : The Prime Minister made a stirring speech appropriate to the
occasion.
>) Ashamed of : Mary is ashamed of her conduct.
>) Astonished at : All were astonished at her disobedience.
>) Fond of : Girls are fond of dolls.
>) Free from : No one is free from faults.
>) Full of : This book is full of mistakes.
>) Glad of : I am glad of your success.
>) Good at : She is good at Mathematics.
>) Good for : This medicine is good for headache.
>) Greedy for : Arsalan is greedy of gain/honours.
>) Guilty of : The beggar was found guilty of theft.
>) Honest in : Sami is not honest in his dealings.
>) Hopeful of : Is she hopeful of success?
>) Ignorant of : The Headmaster is ignorant of facts.
>) Ill with : Manorama is ill with fever.
>) Indifferent to : They are indifferent to their own business.
>) Infested with : This house is infested with rats.
>) Injurious to : Alcohol is injurious to health.
>) Intent to : He was intent on winning a scholarship.
>) Interested in : Why are you interested in Maria?
>) Introduced to : I was introduced to the Collector.
>) Jealous of : He is jealous of his friend's success.
>) Lame in : The beggar was lame in the left leg.
>) Lost to : Tom is lost to all sense of shame.
>) Loyal to : The princes were loyal to the Government.
>) Married to : Sheila was married to Raman.
>) Negligent in : He was negligent in his work.
>) Negligent of : He was negligent of his duties
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