Saturday, June 26, 2010

C-4

Charlatan - pretender in knowledge(esp in medicine), quack
Usage - The charlatan confused the crowd into buying the things for a higher price.
Link - you hit CHAR LATEIN (in Hindi language) (4 kicks) to the person who misguides you as he himself doesn't know anything....

Chary - cautious, unwilling to take risks
Usage - The advices that the chary minister gave the king, helped him win over the enemies.
Link - sounds like "BramhaChari": What do the Bramhachari's do ?? They try to keep away from Marriage/ Females in general...they are very cautious about maintaining distance from women...

Chastise - punish as by beating
Usage - She chastised him for his insensitive remarks
Link - sounds liek chaste(virginity)....The father chastised his daughter when she lost her chaste....

Cherubic - angelic, innocent looking
Usage - The child had a cherubic face.
Link - sounds like chehra(face)+ruby....girls whose chehra is like a ruby are very angelic...

Chicanery - trickery, deception
Usage - His chicanery always worked.
Link - sounds like chic(young girl)+nari(indian woman)...the difference between them is chics are very deceptive while naris are innocent....chics trick the husbands of naris to get money by doing it with them...

Chide - scold, rebuke
Usage - The mother chided the child for entering a stranger's car
Link - chide can be remembered as "hide". You hide to avoid getting scolded if you do something wrong...

Chimerical - fantastically improbable,  highly unrealistic
Usage - His Utopia is not a chimerical commonwealth but a practical improvement on what already exists
Link - It has "miracle" in it-> Miracle is imaginative....

Chivalrous - faithful, courteous, brave
Usage - He was a chivalrous man.
Link - sounds like SHIVA(Hindu's GOD).. he is a true example of bravery and courteousness....

Choleric - bad tempered
Usage - Her behavior led to a choleric response from him.
Link - sounds like high collar.....if someone has a high collar(means arrogance)...his is surely a choleric person...because he will get irritated very fast when his ego gets hurt...

Chore - daily domestic task (such as cleaning, cooking, and shopping)
Usage - He is in a habit of choring activities of his house.
Link - sounds like chor(thief)....in some cheap TV serials we see that maids, servants(who do daily REGULAR household TASKS) often turn into thieves(CHOR!!)....

Chortle - chuckle with delight, laugh quietly
Usage - She let out a chortle.
Link - sounds like chori(robbery)....CHORI TAL gayi because due to our laughter, Chor knew that we are awake in our room....
Link2 -  Chor(thieves) used to laugh in opposite way of chortle...




2 Comments:

wizkid said...

Sir, please complete with L,U,T,R,D before starting wid spice, as i have already done spice... and most of my friends too are not finding SPICE helpful, because those words are too common. Thanks.. :)

wizkid said...

sir, please complete wid LUTRD before SPICE... as I have already done SPICE.. None of my friends are finding it useful, as these words are too common.