Difficult words of English || Vocabulary meaning in hindi || Mnemonics (day 28)

Difficult Words of English (Day 28)

Welcome to vocabulary building course day 28. Today we are going to learn the following set of difficult words of English. Also its Vocabulary meaning in Hindi. They are:

SINUOUS                           SKIVE                             SLOTH                   SPRIGHT                                  SQUABBLE                


Daily Vocabulary building Course (day 28)

English vocabulary words mnemonics (day 28)

 Vocabulary Words Mnemonics (day 28)

         SINUOUS (Adj.)

  • Bending
  • Circuitous
  • Having many curves or turns

Sinuous meaning in Hindi- 
टेढ़ा, लहरदार

Mnemonics -
Sinuous = Sine wave
It has many bends and turns.

Sentence: The walkers followed the sinuous path through the trees.

         SKIVE (V/N)

  • Avoid work or duty

Skive meaning in Hindi- काम चोर

Skive = Skype
Some people just avoid their work to chat on skype.

Sentence:  She skived school to watch a movie.

         SLOTH (N)

  • Laziness
  • Lethargy
  • Sluggishness

Sloth meaning in Hindi- आलस, सुस्ती

Sloth = Slow in putting clothes
He is very slow in putting clothes. So everyone consider him as lazy.

Sentence: He did not want to go to school because he was slothful.

         SPRIGHTLY (N)

  • Full of spirit and vitality

Sprightly meaning in Hindi- उत्साहयुक्त

Sprightly = Sprite Cool drink
After drinking sprite, he became sprightly (full of spirit).

Sentence: She was a sprightly young girl.

         SQUABBLE (V/N)

  • Noisy quarrel
  • Argument over a trivial matter

Squabble meaning in Hindi- झगड़ा, लड़ाई

Squabble = Scrabble (word game)
While playing scrabble, a squabble (argument) erupted.

Sentence: It was unrealistic to think two people could spend a lifetime together and never squabble about anything.

Just Remind

1) What is the meaning of SINUOUS ?
2) What is the meaning of SKIVE ?
3) What is the meaning of SLOTH ?
4) What is the meaning of SPRIGHT ? 
5) What is the meaning of SQUABBLE ?

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