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Puritan meaning in Urdu

Puritan Synonym

Puritan Definitions

1) Puritan, Prude : دانا, معقول : (noun) a person excessively concerned about propriety and decorum.


Useful Words

Extravert : لوگوں میں گھلنے ملنے والا , Becoming : مناسب , Decorousness : معقولیت , Modesty : شرم و حیا , Audacious : بے باکانہ , Call Into Question : اعتراض کرنا , Justness : حسب روایت , Indecorous : نامعقول , Decorous : معقول , Decency : معقولیت , Corpulent : موٹا , Overfatigue : حد سے زیادہ تھکن , Overstock : سرمایہ یا مال حد سے زیادہ ہونا , Overabundant : انتہائی بھرا ہوا , Superabundant : ضرورت سے زیادہ بافراط , Assuming : گستاخ , Hasty : جلد بازی سے , Didactic : معلمانہ , Lugubrious : رنجیدہ , Overproud : حد سے زیادہ مغرور ہونے کی حالت , Hard : بہت زیادہ , Repletion : منڈ کے کھانا , Inquisitor : پوچھنے والا , Abuse : غلط استعمال , Hit It Up : زیادہ پی لینا , Fret : بلا وجہ پریشان ہونا , Rapacious : لالچ , Avid : حریص , Parsimonious : بخیل , Holier-Than-Thou : منافقانہ , Aureate : زریں

Useful Words Definitions

Extravert: (psychology) a person concerned more with practical realities than with inner thoughts and feelings.

Becoming: according with custom or propriety.

Decorousness: propriety in manners and conduct.

Modesty: formality and propriety of manner.

Audacious: unrestrained by convention or propriety.

Call Into Question: challenge the accuracy, probity, or propriety of.

Justness: conformity with some esthetic standard of correctness or propriety.

Indecorous: lacking propriety and good taste in manners and conduct.

Decorous: characterized by propriety and dignity and good taste in manners and conduct.

Decency: the quality of conforming to standards of propriety and morality; the quality of being polite and respectable.

Corpulent: excessively fat.

Overfatigue: tire excessively.

Overstock: stock excessively.

Overabundant: excessively abundant.

Superabundant: most excessively abundant.

Assuming: excessively forward.

Hasty: excessively quick.

Didactic: instructive (especially excessively).

Lugubrious: excessively mournful.

Overproud: excessively proud.

Hard: indulging excessively.

Repletion: eating until excessively full.

Inquisitor: a questioner who is excessively harsh.

Abuse: use wrongly or improperly or excessively.

Hit It Up: become drunk or drink excessively.

Fret: worry unnecessarily or excessively.

Rapacious: excessively greedy and grasping.

Avid: (often followed by `for`) ardently or excessively desirous.

Parsimonious: excessively unwilling to spend.

Holier-Than-Thou: excessively or hypocritically pious.

Aureate: elaborately or excessively ornamented.