Ruffian Meaning in Hindi

Adjective

  1. 1. उजड्ड (p. ujaDDa )

Noun

  1. 1. बदमाश (p. badamash )
  2. 2. गुंडा (p. gunaDa )
  3. 3. गुण्डा (p. guNDa )

Ruffian Definitions and Meaning in English

Ruffian Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "ruffian he had once been, before Christ and Mrs."
- Elizabeth Gilbert, The Signature of All Things

2. "some evil old ruffian of a Dog-stealer"
- Charles Dickens, Little Dorrit

3. "He had risked his life and now it was walking away from him, hand-in-hand with a Ruffian prince."
- William Goldman, The Princess Bride

4. "I am a border-ruffian from the State of Missouri. I am a Connecticut Yankee by adoption. In me, you have Missouri morals, Connecticut culture; this, gentlemen, is the combination which makes the perfect man."
- Mark Twain, Plymouth Rock and the Pilgrims: And Other Speeches

5. "for any ruffian of the sky your kingbird doesn’t give a damn- his royal warcry is I AM and he’s the soul of chivalry in terror of whose furious beak (as sweetly singing creatures know) cringes the hugest heartless hawk and veers the vast most crafty crow your kingbird doesn’t give a damn for murderers of high estate whose mongrel creed is Might Makes Right -his royal warcry is I AM true to his mate his chicks his friends he loves because he cannot fear (you see it in the way he stand and looks and leaps upon the air)"
- Quote by E.E. Cummings

6. "Nihilism is the rejection of the principles of civilisation as such . . . I said civilisation, and not: culture. For I have noticed that many nihilists are great lovers of culture, as distinguished from, and opposed to, civilisation. Besides, the term culture leaves it undetermined what the thing is which is to be cultivated (blood and soil or the mind), whereas the term civilisation designates at once the process of making man a citizen, and not a slave; an inhabitant of cities, and not a rustic; a lover of peace, and not of war; a polite being, and not a ruffian."
- Quote by Leo Strauss

7. "J.R.R.Tolkien has confessed that about a third of the way through The Fellowship of the Ring, some ruffian named Strider confronted the hobbits in an inn, and Tolkien was in despair. He didn't know who Strider was, where the book was going, or what to write next. Strider turns out to be no lesser person than Aragorn, the unrecognized and uncrowned king of all the forces of good, whose restoration to rule is, along with the destruction of the evil ring, the engine that moves the plot of the whole massive trilogy, The Lord of the Rings."
- Ansen Dibell, Plot

8. "The peaceable part of mankind will be continually overrun by the vile and abandoned while they neglect the means of self-defence. The supposed quietude of a good man allures the ruffian; while on the other hand, arms like laws discourage and keep the invader and the plunderer in awe, and preserve order in the world as well as property. The balance of power is the scale of peace. The same balance would be preserved were all the world destitute of arms, for all would be alike; but since some will not, others dare not lay them aside.... Horrid mischief would ensue were one half the world deprived of the use of them; . . . the weak will become prey."
- Quote by Thomas Paine

9. "It strikes me you might place your gifts better. Why should you send powder to a ruffian who will use it to commit crimes? But for the deplorable weakness every one here seems to have for the bandits, they would have disappeared out of Corsica long ago." "The worst men in our country are not those who are 'in the country.'" "Give them bread, if it so please you. But I will not have you supply them with ammunition." "Brother," said Colomba, in a serious voice, "you are master here, and everything in this house belongs to you. But I warn you that I will give this little girl my mezzaro, so that she may sell it; rather than refuse powder to a bandit."
- Prosper Mérimée, Colomba

10. "Prattling gabblers, lickorous gluttons, freckled bittors, mangy rascals, shite-a-bed scoundrels, drunken roysters, sly knaves, drowsy loiterers, slapsauce fellows, slabberdegullion druggels, lubberly louts, cozening foxes, ruffian rogues, paltry customers, sycophant-varlets, drawlatch hoydens, flouting milksops, jeering companions, staring clowns, forlorn snakes, ninny lobcocks, scurvy sneaksbies, fondling fops, base loons, saucy coxcombs, idle lusks, scoffing braggarts, noddy meacocks, blockish grutnols, doddipol-joltheads, jobbernol goosecaps, foolish loggerheads, flutch calf-lollies, grouthead gnat-snappers, lob-dotterels, gaping changelings, codshead loobies, woodcock slangams, ninny-hammer flycatchers, noddypeak simpletons, turdy gut, shitten shepherds, and other suchlike defamatory epithets; saying further, that it was not for them to eat of these dainty cakes, but might very well content themselves with the coarse unranged bread, or to eat of the great brown household loaf."
- Quote by Thomas Urquhart

 
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