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Benevolent

उदार दयालू परोपकारी

- well-meaning and kindly.
- giving money or help to people or organizations that need it.
-  kind and helpful

Example : - He was something of a benevolent despot.
- A benevolent uncle paid for her to have music lessons.
- her benevolent smile.

Synonyms (similar) : kind kind-hearted warm-hearted tender-heartedbig-hearted good-natured goodgracioustolerant benigncompassionatecaring

Antonyms (opposite) : unkindtight-fisted


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- style (hair) so that it curls slightly.
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Tangible

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Intangible

- non perceptible by touch.
- unable to touched, not having physical presence.
- difficulty or impossible to define or understand, like vague and abstract.
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Chivalrous

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Feudatories

plural of feudatory. 
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Ardor

- very strong feelings of love  (romantic ardour)
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Diligence

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Embrittle

to make or being brittle.
to make something breakable.
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Embrace

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Benediction

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- something marked by form or ceremony.
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