to make amends for past failings
To atone for the destruction caused by the Kalinga war, Emperor Ashoka vowed never to wage any war.
fail to give a true impression of
In an attempt to belie the fact that he was nervous, Hari started singing loudly when he was alone at night.
a place for hiding or safekeeping of provisions, valuables
The police found a huge cache of arms and ammunition at the local leader's farmhouse.
to raise objections or show reluctance; object
When the watchman shouted at the children they left the park without a demur.
listlessness and dissatisfaction arising from boredom
If mobile phones were to be taken away, most of us would be dead of ennui.
to give a false appearance
All the children feigned ignorance when asked about the broken window.
to indulge in malicious or excessive satisfaction
It is not good manners to gloat over one's victory.
a short trip or excursion, usually for pleasure
It is common for politicians to go on foreign jaunts on public expense.
an unprincipled, dishonest person
Nandu was knave person who borrowed money from new employees with his sweet talk but never returned it.
furiously angry, dark bluish in colour
When he was wrongly charged for traffic violation Prakash became livid and complained to the Commissioner of Police.
|1. A place for safekeeping of provisions|
|2. To give a false appearance|
|3. To make amends for past deeds|
|4. A short trip or excursion|
|5. To indulge in excessive satisfaction|
|6. To raise objections|
|7. Fail to give a true impression of|
|8. Furiously angry|
|9. An unprincipled or dishonest person|
|10. Dissatisfaction arising from boredom|