Sharp-tongued Meaning in Hindi

Noun

  1. 1. ज़बानदराज़ (p. ज़bAnadarAज़ )
  2. 2. ज़बान का तेज़ (p. ज़bAna kA teज़ )

Sharp-tongued Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "You can be as sharp-tongued as a viper, but you can also be as sweet as wild clover honey."
- Raymond E. Feist, Honored Enemy

2. "Summing up: Be agreeable, be sympathetic, be loving, be compassionate, be humble. That goes for all of you, no exceptions. No retaliation. No sharp-tongued sarcasm. Instead, bless—that’s your job, to bless."
- Eugene H. Peterson, The Message: The Bible in Contemporary Language--Numbered Edition

3. "Be agreeable, be sympathetic, be loving, be compassionate, be humble. That goes for all of you, no exceptions. No retaliation. No sharp-tongued sarcasm. Instead, bless—that’s your job, to bless. You’ll be a blessing and also get a blessing."
- Eugene H. Peterson, The Message: The Bible in Contemporary Language--Numbered Edition

4. "Strong-willed, intelligent, sharp-tongued, doesn’t suffer fools gladly . . . remind you of anyone? Yes. Gordon. Interesting, said the man. Because those are the exact same words he used to describe you."
- Derek Landy, Skulduggery Pleasant

5. "And though Remi was having worklife problems and bad lovelife with a sharp-tongued woman, he at least had learned to laugh almost better than anyone in the world, and I saw all the fun we were going to have in Frisco."
- Jack Kerouac, On the Road

6. "She was a keen observer, a precise user of language, sharp-tongued and funny. She could stir your emotions. Yes, really, that's what she was so good at - stirring people's emotions, moving you. And she knew she had this power...I only realized later. At the time, I had no idea what she was doing to me."
- Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood

7. "He was a volatile mixture of confidence and vulnerability. He could deliver extended monologues on professional matters, then promptly stop in his tracks to peer inquisitively into his guest's eyes for signs of boredom or mockery, being intelligent enough to be unable fully to believe in his own claims to significance. He might, in a past life, have been a particularly canny and sharp-tongued royal advisor."
- Alain de Botton, The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work

8. "You are a very sharp-tongued little girl," mother said, looking up at me. I am two inches taller than she is. "Unless you learn to curb yourself, there will be no parties for you, and no party dresses." This was the speach [sic] that broke the Camel's back. I could endure no more. "I think," I said, "that I shall get married and end everything." Need I explain that I had no serious intention of taking the fatal step? But it was not deliberate mendasity[sic]. It was Despair."
- Quote by Mary Roberts

9. "Walter looked about him lingeringly and lovingly. This spot had always been so dear to him. What fun they all had had here lang syne. Phantoms of memory seemed to pace the dappled paths and peep merrily through the swinging boughs–Jem and Jerry, bare-legged, sunburned schoolboys, fishing in the brook and frying trout over the old stone fireplace; Nan and Di and Faith, in their dimpled, fresh-eyed childish beauty; Una the sweet and shy, Carl, poring over ants and bugs, little slangy, sharp-tongued, good-hearted Mary Vance–the old Walter that had been himself lying on the grass reading poetry or wandering through palaces of fancy. They were all there around him–he could see them almost as plainly as he saw Rilla–as plainly as he had once seen the Pied Piper piping down the valley in a vanished twilight. And they said to him, those gay little ghosts of other days, "We were the children of yesterday, Walter–fight a good fight for the children of today and tomorrow."
- Quote by L.M. Montgomery

 
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