English to Hindi Dictionary semblance


she tried to force her thoughts back into some semblance of order
the outward appearance or apparent form of something, especially when the reality is different.
translation of 'semblance'
Obviously the Napster that return today has no 'semblance' to the original: bar the logo and the name.
Still, the Raiders have to generate some 'semblance' of pressure with their front four.
It isn't until she starts in with lyrics that any 'semblance' to the original recording manifests.
she tried to force her thoughts back into some 'semblance' of order
Braugher is the only one who appears to have a 'semblance' of dignity.
she tried to force her thoughts back into some 'semblance' of order
The only option left now for the devastated Democratic party is to rally together and show some 'semblance' of a united front.
it bears some 'semblance' to the thing I have in mind
We get no closer to any semblance of truth, or any 'semblance' of an idea of the best possible way forward.
it bears some 'semblance' to the thing I have in mind
Maybe a nice shot of single malt medicine would bring them back to some 'semblance' of reality.
To some observers in the office she bore only a vague 'semblance' to the miniature Aussie singer.
At that phase, some of his works had some 'semblance' to nature, like the barks of trees or a rocky landscape.
The trick here is meticulous preparation in order to avoid the intrusion of any 'semblance' of reality.
Truly dramatic explanations must, however, bear some 'semblance' of reality.
But the bigger the budget, the less control for the auteur - and the fainter any 'semblance' of reality.
The donors may enjoy better control over the economic affairs of the country in the absence of any 'semblance' of fiscal system.
These Mucks also have 'semblances' of arms, although they are probably useless.
In some of the sculptures Holley is more explicitly figurative, bending wires into 'semblances' of human profiles or, in at least one case, painting a head on an assemblage element.
Such distance is based on the insight that all of the upheaval is ultimately just a non-substantial proliferation of 'semblances' that do not really concern the innermost kernel of our being.
The distorted 'semblances' of the trees on the other side were vaguely visible through it, mocking him cruelly in the emptiness.
Like anything else of importance (goodness, understanding, God), adoration (or love, as we might as well call it) is plagued by false 'semblances' .
Change produces anxiety - especially a postmodern change in which all 'semblances' of certainty have been removed.
It was one long string of notes, connected not in harmony or key, but with 'semblances' of consistency that emerge in rhythm and timbre.
All 'semblances' to actual persons or events, living or dead, is frankly impossible, but if there is a resemblance then it is either accidental, or a lampoon, and in either case you can't prove it so don't bother suing me.
To ordinary perception it seems full of characters and objects, all the 'semblances' of a world.
Can amnesia run so deeply as to eliminate all traces of any sort of memories, 'semblances' thereof, or feelings thereof?
He knows them to be vidharma, anti-religious movements, chala-dharma, false religion, or dharmabhasa, mere 'semblances' of religion.
He is trying to hold onto the last 'semblances' of honor.
Priyanka Chopra finds semblance in 'The Jungle Book', 'Quantico'
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