nemesis - Dictionary definition and meaning for word nemesis

(noun) (Greek mythology) the goddess of divine retribution and vengeance
(noun) something causing misery or death
Synonyms : bane , curse , scourge
Example Sentence
  • the bane of my life

Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for nemesis

not+my+sis hence wants to take sister wouldn't have been the cause of my downfall.
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by nehaMD

Genesis(the old testament, bible) tells us to refrain from nemesis
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by anshulnirvana

ne(any)-mesi(mystery)so is there any mystery is present
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by amit1912

I will take revenge on her, I will become the Name for Misery - a Nemesis to her
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by shalnew

nemesis:- north east(ne for north east)india has(me for has) seven sister states where ancient tribal people are become terrorist to get their right back from the outsider who occupied there later and become the wealthy & pwrful.
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by shaktipada

ne(ur) me sis -> taking revenge
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by sansecretcp

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