60 अंग्रेजी शब्द जो मानव व्यवहार को प्रदर्शित करते हैं [English Vocabulary]

1.     Epicurean
person who loves the refinements of pleasure and
that pleasure is the chief good
2.     Stoic
person who is unmoved by joy or grief
3.     Atheist
person who denies the existence of God
4.     Catholic
person who is broad in outlook
5.     Philistine
person of materialistic taste indifferent toart and literature
6.     Fastidious
person difficult to please
7.     Connoisseur
person who is a critical judge in matters of taste
8.     Antiquarian
person interested in the study of ancient things
9.  Ascetic
a person who
practisesself-denial and leads an austere life
10. Gourmet
a person who has a good
taste for food
11.   Imperious
is commanding, haughty and arrogant.
12.   Impertinent
is impudent, saucy and he does not show respect.
13.   Henpecked
is ruled by his wife.
14.   Garrulous
talks too much about unimportant things.
15.   Egalitarian
favours the doctrine of equal rights and opportunities for all citizens.
16.   Plagiarist
takes and uses somebody else’s ideas, words, etc. as if they were his own.
17.   Chauvinist
is a person with unreasoning partiality to his place or group.
18.   Debonair
is suave and light-hearted.
19.   Amiable
is easy and pleasant to talk to.
20.   Dilettante
He studies
something but not seriously and not with real understanding:
dabbler in art, science or literature.
21.   Extrovert
a person more interested in what goes on around him
than in his      own thoughts and
22.   Introvert
a person more interested in his own the thoughts and
feelings      than in things outside
23.   Egoist
a person who always thinks of himself
24.   Egocentric
a person who is self-centred
25.   Gregarious
a person who likes the company of others
26.   Judicious
a person who possesses a sound judgment
27.   Boisterous
a person who is noisy and cheerful
28.   Taciturn
a person who is habitually silent or reserved
29.   Erudite
a person who is scholarly and learned
30.   Punctilious
a person who is precise in the observance of forms or
31.   Supercilious
a person
who overbearing, proud and haughty
32.   Misanthrope
a person
who hates mankind
33.   Libertine
a person
without a moral
34.   Impetuous
a person
who acts suddenly and without thought
a person
having- an inclination to fight
36.   Rapacious
a person
having a grasping nature; greedy
37.   Malicious
a person
who is full of malice and ill will
38.   Insidious
a person
who does harm secretly and         craftily
39.   Petulant
a person unreasonably
impatient or irritable
40.   Hypocrite
a person
who is feigning to be what he is not                                                      
41.   Optimist
He looks at the
bright side of life.
42.   Pessimist
He looks at the
dark side of life.
43.   Martinet
He is a stickler for
44.   Aesthete
He has a highly
developed      sense of beauty.
45.   Pedant
He makes a
display of his      learning.
46.   Sycophant
He is a servile
flatterer of      the rich and powerful.
47.   Hedonist
He leads his life
purely for pleasure, especially physical pleasure.
48.   Infidel
He has no belief
in aspecific religion.
49.   Suave
He is polished in
50.   Docile
He is quiet and easily
controlled, managed or Influenced.
51.   Conservative
He is opposed to
great or                       Sudden change.
52.   Misogynist
He hates women.

He is kind and
helpful to those who are poorer in trouble.

He treats of
sexual subjects in pictures or writing in a way that is meant to cause sexual excitement.
55.   Eccentric
He is a person
who is peculiar, not normal in behaviour.
56.   Misogamist
He hates the
institution of marriage.
57.   Misologist
He hates learning
and knowledge.
58.   Gullible
He is easily
tricked and persuaded to believe           something.
59.   Recluse
He lives in
complete seclusion.
60.   Termagant
She is a noisy,
quarrelsome woman.

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  1. deepak gupta

    September 3, 2016 at 6:08 pm

    kya baat hai nice work

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