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    rancor - Dictionary definition and meaning for word rancor

    (noun) a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will
    Synonyms : bitterness , gall , rancour , resentment
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for rancor

RANCOR : RANKER ! Most of the students always hate the top RANKER of the class, as they always defeat them in the exams!

r+ancor..(rhymes like ANGER..)..so you have developed ANGER OR HATRED FOR YOUR FRIEND.

look at the part ancor looks like anchor, so sajid khan as a anchor is not good.i had developed a hatred for him

rancor sounds like Run Chor(thief). While playing cricket in childhood we would feel a sheer bitterness/hatred for the run chors

A RANCOR CAN ROAR in your family

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Sounds similar to Ranchod ke Rathor from film 'Jaane tu ya jaane na' Rancod ke rathor had deep bitter anger to gain their name ( 3 conditions)

Rancor sounds like Rancho from 3 Idiots also chatur had long lasting haterated

rancor = The chor ( thief) + ran (run); The thief is runing with you money so bitter feeling.

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