Daily Vocabs

Sedulous

  • (adj) (of a person or action) showing dedication and diligence;“he watched himself with the most sedulous care”

Sedulous (सेजलस) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • परिश्रमीमेहनती

Sedulous Origin

  • mid 16th century: from Latin sedulus ‘zealous’ + -ous.

Sedulous in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • The students, who are sedulous, can make a great headway in academic activities for which emotional learning is an admirable path.
  • The work of Krishna District Collector Babu A, in the ongoing construction of the new capital is marked by a sedulous attention to detail.
  • We hope Aamir Khan finds the suitable girl to play his daughter in Dangal and all his sedulous efforts come to fruition.
  • Governments have been quite sedulous in trying to support and generally encourage the industry, in terms of offering subsidies.
  • He is remembered for his sedulous work in Den Amstel and in the villages of Guyana.

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of sedulous

  • seducing a lady is no doubt a sedulous task

Synonyms:

assiduous, attentive, careful, close, conscientious,

diligent, elaborate, fussy, hard-working, industrious,

laborious, meticulous, minute, painstaking, particular,

pedantic, punctilious, religious, rigorous, scrupulous,

searching, strict, studious, thorough, ultra-careful

 

Antonyms: nonchalant

Slobber in a sentence (word usage in recent newspaper)

  • Buy your dog a bandana to keep excess slobber at bay.
  • I don’t know if that was detrimental to the development of my cow slobber or not, but the cow slobber was not to be.
  • At this moment, there’s a dried goo smear on my lower sleeve. It might be dog slobber.
  • I was a chubby baby and I had a lot of slobber.
  • With hopes of keeping my couch free from dirty paws, hair, and slobber, I picked up one of these Reversible Pet Furniture Protectors.
 

                  Slobber

Slobber

  • (verb) have saliva dripping copiously from the mouth; “Sheru tended to slobber”
  • (noun) saliva dripping copiously from the mouth; “slobber swung in white strings from her jaw”

Slobber (स्लाबर) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Meaning)

  • लार टपकना, थूक, लार

Slobber Origin

  • late Middle English: probably from Middle Dutch slobberen ‘walk through mud’, also ‘feed noisily’, of imitative origin.

 

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of slobber

  • Slobber – this slow bear slobber a lot.

Relinquish

  • (verb) voluntarily cease to keep or claim; give up; “he offered to relinquish his post as acting President”

Relinquish (रिलिंगक्विश) meaning in Hindi (English to Hindi Dictionary)

  • छोड़ना, त्यागना, त्याग देना, छोड़ देना, अलग करना, अलग कर देना. हाथ उठा लेना

Relinquish Origin

  • late Middle English: from Old French relinquiss-, lengthened stem of relinquir, from Latin relinquere, from re- (expressing intensive force) + linquere ‘to leave’.

Relinquish in a sentence (word usage from recent newspaper)

  • MSK Prasad backs Dhoni’s decision to relinquish captaincy.
  • Train derailments: Prabhu asks officers to act or relinquish.
  • Ratan Tata to relinquish post of chairperson of Tata Trust next year.
  • Anthony J. Reardon will relinquish his current operational duties but continue as executive chairman of ducommun.
  • When contacted, Roy said for a fair probe, there is a need on the part of the Home Minister to relinquish his post.

 

Mnemonic trick to remember the meaning of relinquish

  • relinquish = release your wish
Example sentences containing turpitude

In less than an hour, the judge decided to execute the killer for his moral turpitude.

The criminal was sentenced to life in prison for the acts of turpitude he committed.


 

turpitude
ˈtəːpɪtjuːd/
depraved or wicked behaviour or character.
"acts of moral turpitude"
synonyms:wickedness, immorality, depravity, corruption, corruptness, vice, degeneracy, evil, baseness, iniquity, sinfulness, vileness; More
 
antonyms:

virtue, honour

Origin
late 15th century: from French, or from Latin turpitudo, from turpis ‘disgraceful, base’.
 hindi
  1. नीचता
  2. भ्रष्टता 
  3. अधमता 

obnoxious
əbˈnɒkʃəs
adjective
adjective: obnoxious
  1. extremely unpleasant.
    "obnoxious odours"
Origin
late 16th century (in the sense ‘vulnerable to harm’): from Latin obnoxiosus, from obnoxius ‘exposed to harm’, from ob- ‘towards’ + noxa ‘harm’. The current sense, influenced by noxious, dates from the late 17th century.
 
meaning
 
1. अप्रिय
2. न स्र्चनेवाला
3. घृणित
2. आपत्तिजनक
3. अप्रीतिकर
4. बेहूदा
5. अपवर्ज्य

 

Example sentences containing 'obnoxious'

Once he got kicked out of the movies, though, for being loud and obnoxious.