baleful - Dictionary definition and meaning for word baleful
when we pronounce this word this word sounds simillar to word painful........and anything painful is always a result of an evil act
Baleful ~ bail+ful; when any dangerous convict gets out of jail taking bail, he could be threatening
Baleful = Bal + ful. Bal means hair ful means lots of it. Assume a person with unruly long hair.... he naturally seems threatening and intimidating to others... hence BALEFUL.
In the cricket ground, throwing bale is baleful for batsman.
we put alarming bells indicating fire..
Tottenham Hotspurs' Gareth BALE is always 'BALEFUL' to the opposition with his deadly pace and clinical finishing.
When the "jail" is "full", it is threatening. So baleful means threatening
if you know the game diablo its easy to remember. Bale is another big EVIL who is diablo's brother.
Think of cartoons, when a cartoon character is FRIGHTENED or THREATENED it become pale...white in color
we can remember this word as balaful= filled with bala(problem)
u can think of a person who is requesting a bale( in court).......obviously who is asking bale will be sinister and threatning....and every inch of him shows evil.....
In the Bible, the harmful and sinister God BAAL and his prophets, are defeated by Elijah the Prophet.
bale in telugu means lizard if there are ful bales then its symbol of evil
lets BAIL after a FULTOO job
think of "bale":cotton bale when you use up BALEFUL of cotton it indicates that something EVIL,MALIGNANT has happened
It can be taken as Bail-E-ful in which the central big "E" stands for Evil and looks with evil eyes towards us