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    sinecure - Dictionary definition and meaning for word sinecure

    (noun) a benefice to which no spiritual or pastoral duties are attached Definition
    (noun) an office that involves minimal duties
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for sinecure

7 crores ... baithe baithe hi 7 crores mil jate ...

all you have to do is SIgN papers and your job will be sECURE

SIN+CURE....in order to cure(engulf) your sins you give crores of rupees in POLICE STATIONS and you are pardoned....hence police stations are SINECURES....

the word can be broken into SINEC(soldier in hindi)+CURE....so soldiers will be working occasionally in fields ,so to cure a soldier demands little responsibility

I'm assiduous. All I need is a "secure" job. It need not be "sinecure". I need not be "cynosure".

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bus SINE(signature)-HE-KAR aur enjoy the good salary just for little work

the SIGN on the officeboard claims to CURE but in reality they DO NOTHING

Hanging around the water cooler too often is a sure SINE one has a sinecure.

The doctor comforts the patient saying "Relax! We will CURE ur SINUS instantly. It's nothing but a SINECURE (a duty that has absolutely no work/responsibility)."

SINECURE doctor gives a SINE on a letter inorder to cure a person .... and gains lot of money without much efforts....

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