Meaning of (अमुक्तहस्त) amuktahasta in english 

Meaning of (अमुक्तहस्त) amuktahasta in english

As verb : near
Suggested : Ebenezer an excessively parsimonious, miserly, or stingy person a person who lives in wretched circumstances in order to save and hoard money to have in mind as one's purpose or intention intend reluctant to give or spend not generous niggardly penurious
Exampleअमुक्तहस्त का हिन्दी मे अर्थ

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Usage of अमुक्तहस्त: 1. The teacher is very stingy in giving marks. 2. These words mean nothing to me! 3. A miser glitzy 4. Mr. scrooge is a slav as he lives in central europe. 5. Banana sap is extremely sticky and can be used as a practical adhesive. 6. The novel portrays the murder of a miserly 7. He is one of the most mingy person. 8. He is so skinflint that he dont even spend money on medicine. 9. Be careful while entering pit head of coal mine. 10. worn threads on the screw
(अमुक्तहस्त) amuktahasta can be used as noun, verb or adjective and have more than one meaning. No of characters: 10 including vowels consonants matras. The word is used as Adjective in hindi originated from Sanskrit language . Transliteration : amuktahasta 
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