Exuberance

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Exuberance

  • (noun) the quality of being full of energy, excitement, and cheerfulness, ebullience. “a sense of youthful exuberance”
  • (noun) the quality of growing profusely, luxuriance. “plants growing with wild exuberance”

Exuberance meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • उल्लास, अधिकता

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

  • The exuberance in the bond market may see a longer-than-expected run, The Indian government bond market is perhaps the best looking place for investors right now. The value of their holdings has risen sharply as …
  • Sovereign Bonds Are Difficult And Risky, That’s Why We Should Do …, If Alan Greenspan’s America suffered from irrational exuberance, economic nationalists’ India is seized by irrational fears. It became oh so …
  • India vs West Indies: Selectors make necessary moves with focus on …, They have tried to be bold and yet they have retained experience to mix with the exuberance of youth. There’s no doubt Prasad and Co have …
  • Kargil War: Photos from battleground showcase Indian Army’s valour, India commemorates the 20th anniversary of the Kargil War with exuberance to rekindle the pride and valour of the soldiers, who took part in …
  • Making sense of India’s financial cycles, found that India too has financial cycles and that the ongoing downturn … early warning indicator to detect exuberance or distress in the system.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Exuberance

  • barrons overflows with that big wordlist
  • ubhar kar aana…when u remove ‘ex’

Exuberance pronunciation


Evict

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Evict

  • (verb) expel (someone) from a property, especially with the support of the law.“a single mother and her children have been evicted from their home”

Evict meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • बेदख़ल करना, निकालना, निष्कासन, बेदखली, बेदख़ली, बेदख़ली

Evict origin

  • ate Middle English (in the sense ‘recover property by legal process’): from Latin evict ‘overcome, defeated’, from the verb evincere, from e- (variant of ex- ) ‘out’ + vincere ‘conquer’.

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

  • Hundreds face eviction as landlord who banned women and ‘coloured …
  • Police evict ‘non-students’ from Utkal University hostel
  • In Unusual Move, East Village Landlord Attempts To Evict Tenants …
  • Evict people from forest whose claims are rejected: SC
  • Kenya to evict thousands to protect Mau forest

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Evict

  • Engineers living in a rent house were found VICTIm of hacking or illegal act, n thus the landlord expeled dem from his house.

Evict pronunciation

Gambol

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gambol English Hindi meaning

Gambol Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with Picture Dictionary

Gambol

  • (verb) run or jump about playfully “Lead singer Andrea gambolled and spun with aplomb”

  • (noun) an act of running or jumping about playfully “the two of them run off to the woods for a gambol together”

Gambol (गैम्बल) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • उछल-कूद करना, कलोल, कूद-फांद

Gambol Origin

  • early 16th century: alteration of gambade (see gambado1), via French from Italian gambata ‘trip up’, from gamba ‘leg’.

Gambol in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • But however much they frolic and gambol, the walls of the room contain them.
  • As fish gambol, preen and strut in the water, so thinking beings give off their best only when left uncontrolled.
  • The promise in the name seemed to have paid off as I watched the three creatures gambol in the water.
  • Goats and bare-bodied babies gambol around them, while a cow, undisturbed by any of this, pensively chews on her cud.
  • Note that their own kids gambol in Pizza Huts and beer parlors : eminently conducive environs for spouting nationalism.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of gambol

  • gambol = game+ball (ucchal-khud)

Gambol Pronunciation