Woe

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Woe

  • (noun) great sorrow or distress (often used hyperbolically). “the Everton tale of woe continued”
  • (noun) things that cause sorrow or distress; troubles. “to add to his woes, customers have been spending less”

Woe meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • शोक, विषाद, संताप

Woe origin

  • natural exclamation of lament: recorded as  in Old English and found in several Germanic languages.

Woe in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)

  • Ravi Shastri names India’s No. 4 batsman for ODIs in near future, Ravi Shastri speaks about the composition of India’s ODI team, the … 4 slot in the batting order has been India’s biggest woe in recent times.
  • SHRC issues notice to state consumer forum over salary woe of staff, CHENNAI: State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has sought a report from the registrar of State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission …
  • MAHE ignores red alert over Karnataka floods to students’ woe, MAHE is one of the top private universities in India. This year, as per the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) 2019, done by the …
  • Man Utd held by Wolves after Pogba”s penalty woe, Wolverhampton, United Kingdom, Aug 20 Manchester United were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw against Wolves after Paul Pogba”s penalty …
  • Dream11 Team West Indies vs India 1st ODI – Cricket Prediction Tips …, However, the middle-order woe in Indian batting line-up looked far from solved and the team would be fancying their chance to experiment the …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Woe 

  • when ur mourning u sing “woh lamhe”
  • woe – when our favourite batsmen gets out… we, while watching cricket shout OH!!!! sadly

Woe pronunciation

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Ordeal

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Ordeal

  • (noun) a very unpleasant and prolonged experience. “the ordeal of having to give evidence”
  • (noun) an ancient test of guilt or innocence by subjection of the accused to severe pain, survival of which was taken as divine proof of innocence. “ordeals conducted in the twelfth century”

Ordeal meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • दिव्य, परख, आज़माइश, अग्नि या जल द्वारा परीक्षा, कठिन परीक्षा, अग्नि परीक्षा, कटु अनुभव

Ordeal origin

  • Old English ordālordēl, of Germanic origin; related to German urteilen ‘give judgement’, from a base meaning ‘share out’. The word is not found in Middle English (except once in Chaucer’s Troilus ); modern use of ordeal (sense 2) began in the late 16th century, whence ordeal (sense 1) (mid 17th century).

Ordeal in a sentence (word usage in recent Hindu newspaper)

  • Fame comes at a cost: Sophie Turner opens up about ordeal with …
  • KZN mother’s harrowing ordeal as her child is locked in classroom …
  • Bandits beat, rob family in 4-hour ordeal
  • Norway Cruise Ship Passenger Describes Terrifying Ordeal
  • Five-hour Jet fuel ordeal

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Ordeal

  • Koi aur deal karo yaar is se he is ORDEAL to handle
  • or deal – delivering 10 pizza in 10 min.A painful or horrific experience

Ordeal pronunciation

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Torment

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torment English Hindi meaning

Torment Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with picture dictionary

Torment [tawr-ment]

  • (noun) severe physical or mental suffering “their deaths have left both families in torment”
  • (noun) a cause of severe suffering “the journey must have been a torment for them”
  • (verb) cause to experience severe mental or physical suffering “he was tormented by jealousy”
  • (verb) annoy or provoke in an unkind way “every day I have kids tormenting me because they know I live alone”

Torment meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • यातना, कष्ट, तड़पाना, सताना, कष्ट पहुंचाना

Torment Origin

  • Middle English (as both noun and verb referring to the infliction or suffering of torture): Old French torment (noun), tormenter (verb), from Latin tormentum ‘instrument of torture’, from torquere ‘to twist’.

Torment in a sentence (word usage in newspaper)

  • After undergoing the torment, I was released and immediately came back to Coimbatore.
  • To find peace from all the bad dreams that torment him, He sets off for a journey to the plains of silence.
  • Australia paceman Mitchell Johnson is at full throttle and ready to torment England’s batsmen again in the Ashes series.
  • They torment their wives for merely voicing their opinions.
  • With prices rising higher, onions are back to torment the government.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of torment

  • torment – torrent per agar mujhe meri movie na mile to i feel tortured (torment)

Torment pronunciation

Basanti undergoing the torment