Assertion

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Assertion

  • (noun) a confident and forceful statement of fact or belief. “his assertion that his father had deserted the family”
  • (noun) the action of asserting something. “the assertion of his legal rights”

Assertion meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • दावा, दृढ़कथन

Assertion origin

  • late Middle English: from Latin assertio(n- ), from the verb asserere (see assert).

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

  • .He lived and died for dignity in diversity, Advocating unity Gandhi believed that accommodation of India’s …. speaking India to Amit Shah’s assertion that only Hindi could be the …
  • A Day After Praising Modi At Houston, Trump Calls His …, In a bilateral meeting with Imran Khan, the US president refused to endorse India’s assertion that Pakistan was a hub of terrorism and repeated …
  • India’s focus on retrieving PoK gets assertion, While Pakistan is set to rake up the issue of Jammu and Kashmir at the UN General Assembly (UNGA), India is increasingly turning focus on …
  • In Houston, PM Modi said all is well in India. Is that so?, The prime minister’s assertion that all is well in India has come at a time when public discourse is centred around issues the Modi government …
  • New York and Houston: Two Faces of Indian Diplomacy, In these days of fast communications, everyone knows what the state of India is and no assertion about wellness will deceive anyone.

Assertion pronunciation

Insinuate

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Insinuate

  • (verb) suggest or hint (something bad) in an indirect and unpleasant way. “he was insinuating that I had no self-control”
  • (verb) slide (oneself or a thing) slowly and smoothly into a particular place. “I insinuated my shoulder in the gap”
  • (verb) manoeuvre oneself into (a favourable position) by subtle manipulation. “he insinuated himself into the king’s confidence”

Insinuate meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi meaning)

  • चालाकी भरा संकेत करना, ह्रदय में बिठाना, धीरे धीरे उकसाना, इशारा करना, चालाकी से सुझाना, धीरे-धीरे भड़काना, परोक्ष रूप से सुझाना, संकेत करना

Insinuate origin

  • early 16th century (in the sense ‘enter (a document) on the official register’): from Latin insinuat- ‘introduced tortuously’, from the verb insinuare, from in- ‘in’ + sinuare ‘to curve’.

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

  • Sagarika Ghose shares an old report to insinuate that the Army is using … a recent one to insinuate that the Indian Armed Forces are employing …
  • An RSS-Backed Body Says There’s No Need for Sex …., He then went on to insinuate that every time sex education has been … In India, learning about the birds and the bees can be a conflicting …
  • ‘Disturb’ tag on Kashmir visit, Jammu and Kashmir government spokesperson Rohit Kansal on Saturday appeared to insinuate that the aborted visit by an Opposition …
  • Rhea Chakraborty calls Chhichhore ‘brilliant film’. Rumored …, Probably your question, if well-founded, will help me insinuate it to the other person to know what to say next time. And probably when you put …
  • Susanna Reid unimpressed by Paul Hollywood’s organ …, Broadcaster India Willoughby and Jane Evans also joined the … shows and doesn’t want to have to explain what they insinuate to her children.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of Insinuate 

  • IN(not)+SIGN….without any signal i.e indirectly hint or imply ….
  • The girl has lost her memory. The boy telling her – This is the INStitute IN which U ATE. He is trying to HINT, IMPLY to her.

Insinuate pronunciation