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What is the meaning of cavalier in Hindi?

Meaning of cavalier in Hindi is : सवार

Definition of word cavalier

  • Not caring enough about something important. (adjective)
  • High-spirited. (adjective)
  • Supercilious; haughty; disdainful; curt; brusque. (adjective)
  • Of or pertaining to the party of King Charles I. (adjective)
  • A military man serving on horse. (noun)
  • A sprightly, military man; hence, a gallant. (noun)
  • One of the court party in the time of King Charles I, as contrasted with a Roundhead or an adherent of Parliament. (noun)
  • A work of more than ordinary height, rising from the level ground of a bastion, etc., and overlooking surrounding parts. (noun)
  • A well mannered man; a gentleman. (noun)

Examples of word cavalier

  • The "I have no life so I sit on IRC 24 hours a day" award goes to: cavalier (cav, cavalier_)
  • Although it originally had connotations of being gallant, in the context of the revolution the term cavalier would come to be used by the opponents of the king as a derogatory term for anyone who acted in an aristocratic or haughty manner.
  • Zau al-Makan thanked him therefor, and the slogan arose and the sabre was drawn; but, as things stood thus, behold, there came forth a cavalier from the ranks of Roum; and, as he drew near, they saw that he was mounted on a slow paced she mule, fleeing with her master from the shock of swords.
  • Assuredly the Dean has a purse, and a tolerably well-filled one; and, assuredly, the Archbishop, on departing from an inn, not only settles his reckoning, but leaves something handsome for the servants, and does not say that he is forbidden by the gospel to pay for what he has eaten, or the trouble he has given, as a certain Spanish cavalier said he was forbidden by the statutes of chivalry.
  • Assuredly the Dean has a purse, and a tolerably well-filled one; and, assuredly, the Archbishop, on departing from an inn, not only settles his reckoning, but leaves something handsome for the servants, and does not say that he is forbidden by the Gospel to pay for what he has eaten, or the trouble he has given, as a certain Spanish cavalier said he was forbidden by the statutes of chivalry.
 

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