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Elusive meaning in Urdu

Elusive Sentence

Elusive Synonyms


Elusive Definitions

1 of 3) Elusive : انوکھا : (satellite adjective) difficult to describe.

A haunting elusive odor.

2 of 3) Elusive, Subtle : سمجھ سے باہر : (satellite adjective) difficult to detect or grasp by the mind or analyze.

That elusive thing the soul.

3 of 3) Elusive, Baffling, Knotty, Problematic, Problematical, Tough : مشکل, پیچیدہ : (satellite adjective) making great mental demands; hard to comprehend or solve or believe.

Useful Words

Varicose : پہولا ہوا , Mystifier : پہیلی , Blue Cohosh : ایک گودے دار بغیر پتوں کا پودا , Casuist : عیار , Rarefy : ملاوٹ سے پاک بنانا , Nicety : مطلب , Insinuate : داخل کرنا , Horse Latitude : عروض سکون , Delicate : عمدہ , Casuistry : عیاری , Undertone : دھیما لہجہ , Actualise : حقیقت کا روپ دینا , Metalanguage : زبانوں کو آسان کر کے سمجھانے والی زبان , Compare : تشبیہہ دینا , Characterise : تصویر کشی کرنا , Historical Present : حال ماضی , Future Perfect : مستقبل کا فعل , Adumbrate : ہلکی سی جھلک , As Yet : ابھی تک , Allegory : تمثیل بیان , Dissolve : کمزور ہونا , Hesiod : یونانی شاعر , Dumpy : گول مٹول , Adhere : چپکا ہوا ہونا , Pro Rata : تناسب کے ساتھ , Choosey : جسے راضی کرنا مشکل ہو , Conspicuousness : نمایاں پن , Contrarious : اڑیل , Incomprehensible : ناقابل فہم , Hot Potato : مشکل صورتحال , Brain-Teaser : پہیلی

Useful Words Definitions

Varicose: abnormally swollen or knotty.

Mystifier: a particularly baffling problem that is said to have a correct solution.

Blue Cohosh: tall herb of eastern North America and Asia having blue berrylike fruit and a thick knotty rootstock formerly used medicinally.

Casuist: someone whose reasoning is subtle and often specious.

Rarefy: make more subtle or refined.

Nicety: a subtle difference in meaning or opinion or attitude.

Insinuate: introduce or insert (oneself) in a subtle manner.

Horse Latitude: either of two belts or regions near 30 degrees north or 30 degrees south; characterized by calms and light-baffling winds.

Delicate: exquisitely fine and subtle and pleasing; susceptible to injury.

Casuistry: argumentation that is specious or excessively subtle and intended to be misleading.

Undertone: a quiet or subdued quality in spoken or written communication, reflecting a restrained or subtle manner of expression that may convey deeper emotions or implications.

Actualise: represent or describe realistically.

Metalanguage: a language that can be used to describe languages.

Compare: consider or describe as similar, equal, or analogous.

Characterise: describe or portray the character or the qualities or peculiarities of.

Historical Present: the use of the present tense to describe past actions or states.

Future Perfect: a perfective tense used to describe action that will be completed in the future.

Adumbrate: describe roughly or briefly or give the main points or summary of.

As Yet: used in negative statement to describe a situation that has existed up to this point or up to the present time.

Allegory: an expressive style that uses fictional characters and events to describe some subject by suggestive resemblances; an extended metaphor.

Dissolve: become weaker gradually disappear, diminish, or become less noticeable or prominent. It is often used to describe something that slowly loses its intensity, brightness, or significance over time.

Hesiod: Greek poet whose existing works describe rural life and the genealogies of the gods and the beginning of the world (eighth century BC).

Dumpy: Roly-poly is a term used to describe something that is round or chubby in shape. It can also refer to a child`s toy or a dessert made of pastry filled with fruit or jam.

Adhere: cohere means to stick or hold together firmly, often referring to particles or parts of a substance. It can also describe the act of forming a united whole or being logically consistent.

Pro Rata: pro rata is a Latin term meaning "in proportion." It is used to describe a proportional allocation or distribution of something based on a specific factor, such as time, amount, or share.

Choosey: difficult to please.

Conspicuousness: conspicuousness refers to the quality or state of being easily seen, noticeable, or prominent. It can describe something that stands out or attracts attention due to its size, color, position, or significance in relation to its surroundings.

Contrarious: difficult to deal with.

Incomprehensible: difficult to understand.

Hot Potato: a difficult situation.

Brain-Teaser: a difficult problem.

Related Words

Difficult : کٹھن

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