Incessant

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Incessant

  • (adj) (of something regarded as unpleasant) continuing without pause or interruption. “the incessant beat of the music”

Incessant meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • अनवरत, सतत्, अविराम, लगातार, अश्रांत, लगातार

Incessant origin

  • late Middle English: via Old French from late Latin incessant-, from in- ‘not’ + Latin cessant- ‘ceasing’ (from the verb cessare ).

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

  • Incessant rains trigger floods in Thailand and India, Meanwhile, across the Bay of Bengal, floods triggered by incessant rains in India’s central Madhya Pradesh state have inundated houses, …
  • Rajasthan: Flood-like situation in Kota after incessant rains in …, Incessant rainfall in several parts of Madhya Pradesh has created a flood-like situation in neighbouring Kota district of Rajasthan as majority of …
  • Incessant rains and release of water from dams increases …, In Madhya Pradesh, due to incessant rains and release of water from various dams, flood risk has increased again in many districts of the state.
  • 3rd T20I: Virat Kohli and Company seek 2-0 series verdict …, After the opening match between the two sides was washed out due to incessant rain, Deepak Chahar and Indian skipper Virat Kohli guided …
  • Sardar Sarovar Dam Water Level Rises as Incessant Rains Continue … The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted heavy rains …

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Incessant 

  • IN(MEANS not)+cessa(sounds like CEASE (MEANS TO STOP)…something which does not stop , and continues forever, hence UNINTERRUPTED AND UNCEASING.
  • the meeting is IN SESSION and it may never end.

Incessant pronunciation

How to Pronounce Incessant

Vindictive

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Vindictive

  • (adj) having or showing a strong or unreasoning desire for revenge. “the criticism was both vindictive and personalized”

Vindictive meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • प्रतिशोधी, प्रतिहिंसाशील, ईर्ष्यालु, तामसिक, बदला लेनेवाला, कीना रखनेवाला, दंड देनेवाला, दंड लगानेवाला, सज़ा देनेवाला

Vindictive origin

  • early 17th century: from Latin vindicta ‘vengeance’ + -ive.

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

  • Doctors slam government action on NGO Lawyers Collective, The All India Drug Action Network (Aidan) said the case appeared an … that has resulted in this vindictive action against them,” Aidan said.
  • Uttarakhand HC issues contempt notices to Centre, AIIMS, … Guleria on a contempt petition filed by Indian Forest Service officer Sanjiv … In its order, the court had termed as “vindictive” the attitude of the …
  • All India Kisan Sabha questions Rahul’s stand on crimes against …, All India Kisan Sabha questions Rahul’s stand on crimes against … of AIKS said the organisation strongly condemned ‘the vindictive steps by …
  • Trump vs Triumf: What India can do to salvage Indo-US ties,
    Unlike India’s military focussed ties with Russia, the US-India …. They have exhibited vindictive behaviour on at least two similar occasions.
  • Anti-press tactics, Ironically, a BJP spokesperson insists that the press in India is free. … room for vindictive behaviour, or blackmail, in the garb of ‘prerogative’.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Vindictive 

  • vin(win) a person is always wanting to win , if he loses he feels to seek revenge
  • The vindictive one is likely to start vendetta(that is fight for revenge).

Vindictive pronunciation

UPA Govt Was Vindictive Towards Lalit Modi: Family

Adamant

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Adamant English Hindi meaning

Adamant Vocab Meme Dictionary – English to Hindi translation with pictures

Adamant [ad-uh-muh nt, -mant]

  • (adj) refusing to be persuaded or to change one’s mind
  • (adj) too hard to cut, break, or pierce
  • (noun) any impenetrably or unyieldingly hard substance

Adamant (ऐडमन्ट) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • अटल, कठोर पदार्थ, हठी

Adamant Origin

  • Old English (as a noun), from Old French adamaunt-, via Latin from Greek adamas, adamant-, ‘untameable, invincible’ (later used to denote the hardest metal or stone, hence diamond), from a- ‘not’ + daman ‘to tame’. The phrase to be adamant dates from the 1930s, although adjectival use had been implied in such collocations as ‘an adamant heart’ since the 16th century.

Adamant in a sentence (usage in newspaper)

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of adamant

  • Adam+ant -> ‘Adam’ nai ‘ant’ se bola why are you so adamant to walk in straight lines.

Adamant Pronunciation

Adamant Sonakhsi Sinha — I will never wear a Bikini

Sonakhsi Sinha — I will never wear a Bikini