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The girl has lost her memory. The boy telling her - This is the INStitute IN which U ATE. He is trying to HINT, IMPLY to her.
in (sign) ate
when i snatched the cadbuary 4m my small bros hand and ate it my atomach started paining as if its HINTING /IMPLYING to me that :"IN SIN U ATE....".......:)
insinuate sounds like in sign ate So you are showing you finished eating thro signs,gesture of hte hand. Thus insinuate means to hint
insinuate= un + seen so, when two people are engaged in gambling we give hint such that it is unseen to other... like aankh marna...:)
IN SIN U ATE is the **hint** of your suffering
IN(indicating) SIN(sign) that you ATE
so the mnemonic can be sinate INTRUDUCED ITSELF TO MUSIC WORLD TWO YEAR AGO IN SUBTLE MANNER.
but basically this word is taken from latin insinuare, which when splited forms in + sinuare means to bend, or curve...so you need to BEND A PIPE to INSERT it into another pipe.
"sinuous" means winding, complicated and insinuate means to understand. narly opposites.
Insulin goes in the blood in a slealthy way ,in our body,which we cannot perceive..
read as IN+SINEW(strength)+ATE. i.e.make him "UNDERSTAND" that he is not strong or "SUGGEST" to become strong..
"in sin you ate" - trying to subtly tell someone they broke kashrut
in sin u ate.. u did a sin and ate all the evidences..but there is always some HINT left behind.. Daya(CID).. dheere se uska dost ban jaao(2nd meaning) aur baat ka pata lagao
insinuate = in(not) + sign + u + ate; There is no sign when u will ate.
in+sip+id(it) in-'not, -ve prefix', so when you do not sip it, i.e a juice ,then it means the juice lacks flavor.
in+ sipid(spell it as spit..) ,we spit when the FOOD LACKS FLAVOR : or it is TASTELESS..
if u take a SIP IN, and realize that u were stuPID enough to taste such a flavor , then the drink is insipid
sounds like in + stupid.
not worth a sip
sip it. If it was good you would gulp it.
IN: SIP ID. It's in, all drinks have a sip ID now, this means you first have a shot at tasting it, just in case you don't like it. If it was good you would gulp it and you have to pay for that.
To be INSIPID ,if you ask me, is to be STUPID.
If you can identify (<B>ID</B>) with just a <B>SIP</B> then it must be flavorful. <B>IN</B>sipid would be the opposite.
Our waitress said the new mochas would be excellent; They were bland instead; so we sipped it every three minutes to pretend that we liked it. The mochas were so insipid that we left to buy the restaurant a recipe book, and so we went. When we ret
During cooking you need to sip the food, otherwise it may be sipid
Inspire meaning increasing interst; insipi+d ; if donâ€™t inspire , it will become boring and will lack flavor
the actors were insipid so the director was livid.
well insolent sounds a bit like insult.......so associate the meaning of insult whenever you think of insolent
insole ... shoes..... slap some one with the insole instead using to shoes
Insolent persons always insult others with their HAUGHTINESS,IMPUDENT DISRESPECT.
inSOLEnt --rude/not respectin,,SOLO ppl r genly rude n don care--
opposite of innocence..,m,
insouciant: sounds like In-soup-ant or in-sauce-ant. Suppose the waiter serves you a soup with an ant in it and he is not even concerned about removing it, is insouciant.
If you place the 1st letter (i) @ the end, it reads: N SO U C I ANTI (and so you see, I'm anti!) OR remove the "i" & its: N SO U C I CANT (And so you see, I can't!)*Also try* ENSUE=follow,result,reaction+ SHANT=Not: To Not React
in(not) + assistence -> wihtout concern or care...
INSOUCIANT = IN-SOLICITOUS or NOT SOLICITOUS
IsN't SOU Careful In looking for ANT - careful disregard (it's just an ant you bloke :-P)
the root SUPER reminds us of superman, who is unbeatable
Insuperable has IN, SUPER, ABLE in it. IN means 'not', SUPER means 'over'(root). If you are NOT ABLE to get OVER something, it's insuperable.
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if you go IN SUPERmans costume in the fancy dress compition..then u will be ABLE to command respect amongst children as they shall treat you as INSURMOUNTABLE=UNBEATABLE....:D..
INTER (between) + LOAFER (idiot) = a loafer tries to INTRUDE in other's affairs.
inter(enter) loper(lopal = inside in telgu) so if u enter inside without permission u r an intruder
nter(enter)+loper(LANDLOPER.....MEANS NOMAD...OR VAGABOND.....OR A WITHOUT ANYHOME OR PROPERTY...)....SO IF A LANDLOPER ENTERS YOUR HOUSE AND CLAIMS THAT HE OWNS YOUR ALL PROPERTY,.........WHAT WILL U CALL HIM.... an interloper...............
INTER(interfere)+LOBH(lust in marathi).....you interfere in other people to satisfy your lust for money,position,powerand hence you interlope
inter (between or amid) loper (loafer -> wanderer) so a loafer who wanders on to your property is an intruder...
In cities INTERCEPTORs (vehicles of police) are there to track INTRUDERS.
most of us know about INTER MILAN the football club, what if a player named LOPER try to intrude in the team during transfer season... then LOPER is an INTERLOPER
e-loper is someone who runs away/out without permission. Inter-loper is someone who runs in without permission.
INTER (between) + NE (any) + CINE (sign) = in a relationship, when there is'nt ANY SIGN of love BETWEEN the two, it is MUTUALLY DESTRUCTIVE for the relationship.
Necrophobia =Fear of dead, Necromancy=Magic with dead,Inter-necine=Both of them die.(the fighters)
internecine = intern (new in college) + cine(vaccine)= Any new in college so vaccination programe for destruction of harmful organism
Now a days both INTERNEt + CINEma shows alot of bloodshed...
INTER means to bury in the ground. INTERNECINE necessitates burials.
Internecine:(Intern-ecine); Two parts: INTERN; & ECINE; Sounds like a combination of INTERNal - mEdiCINE which deals with both the blood & bloody internal organs of the body. Therefore, Internecine connotes bloodshed for both.
INTER(Bury) + KE(ne) + SIGN - Indication that many ppl will get buried because there is a carnage and it's destructive for both the parties.
Now a days the scene of internet is very destructive
Inter(Interval)+Regnum (Kingship)-->Interval between kingship, government etc.
inter + regime
he interval between two reigns; any period when a state is left without a ruler
period of no (inter)fering (reg)ime