Seer

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Seer

  • (noun) a person of supposed supernatural insight who sees visions of the future. “a seer had foretold that the earl would assume the throne”
  • (noun) an expert who provides forecasts of the economic or political future. “our seers have grown gloomier about prospects for growth”
  • (noun) a person who sees something specified. “a seer of the future”

Seer meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • भविष्यद्वक्ता, सिद्ध पुरुष, ऋषि, देखनेवाला, द्रष्टा, नबी, पैगम्बर, मनीषी पैग़ंबर, भविष्यद्रष्टा

Seer origin

  • Middle English: from see1 + -er1.

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

  • Prashanth Acharyato be junior seer of Puttige Mutt
  • To push for clean Ganga, fasting seer to stop drinking water too
  • Amid Political Hullabaloo, 26-Year-old Seer on 179 Day-long Fast for …
  • “Midnight Traveler”, “The Seer And The Unseen” win doc awards at …
  • Interview Sadhvi Pragya no seer, misusing saffron: ABAP president

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Seer 

  • seer = who can see future things

Seer pronunciation

101 Wedding Seer Varisai Thattu Decoration in Chennai at Kalyani Thirumana Mandapam

Profound

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Profound meaning in Hindi

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

Profound

  • (adj) (of a state, quality, or emotion) very great or intense; “profound feelings of disquiet”
  • (adj) (of a person or statement) having or showing great knowledge or insight; “a profound philosopher”
  • (adj) (of a disease or disability) very severe; “a case of profound liver failure”
  • (adj) (of a subject or idea) demanding deep study or thought; “expressing profound truths in simple language”
  • (noun) the deepest part of something, especially the ocean; “nor billowy surge disturbs the vast profound”

Profound meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • गहरा, गम्भीर, गहन, अत्यंत, महासागर

Profound Origin

  • Middle English: from Old French profund, from Latin profundus ‘deep’, from Latin pro ‘before’ + fundus ‘bottom’. The word was used earliest in the sense ‘showing deep insight’.

Profound in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Shobhaa De frivolous statement only reflects her profound ignorance of how athletes perform or what motivates them towards excellence.
  • The students were in a state of complete shock and profound grief.
  • This will have a profound impact on food security and bring us closer to our national goal of doubling farmer incomes by 2020.
  • Little and profound emotions have been woven in and the film is sure to give you a lump in the throat.
  • India’s energy sector is seeing profound transformations since the past two years.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of profound

  • profound = prof. found a deep (profound) secret

Profound Pronunciation

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