How to use "mendicant" in sentences with meaning in English and Hindi

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Example sentences for "mendicant" in popular movie and book plots

  • Thereafter, Thiruvengadar becomes Pattinathar and leads the life of a mendicant living on alms.  - Pattinathar (1936 film)
  • Thereafter Thiruvengadar becomes and leads the life of a mendicant relying on alms.  - Pattinathar (1962 film)
  • The kidnapped mendicant intended as his patsy has bolted in panic and been felled by his hench-robot, Hercules; under the heaviness of the latter's blow the victim has been "damaged beyond repair".  - Internal Combustion (short story)
  • He must conceal his real identity so he acts like an insane person and wears mendicant clothes.  - Chunhyangjeon
  • This time, it's a poor mendicant who, when questioned, tells Ghalib that Moti Begum teaches him these ghazals so that he can sing them to earn a few paisas.  - Mirza Ghalib (film)
  • As Pentuer and his mentor, the sage priest Menes, listen to the song of a mendicant priest, Pentuer says:.  - Pharaoh (novel)

Meaning of "mendicant" in English

  • practicing beggary
  • a pauper who lives by begging
  • a male member of a religious order that originally relied solely on alms

Meaning of "mendicant" in Hindi

  • भिक्षुक ( Bhikshuk)
  • भिखारी ( Bhikhari, bhikhaaree)
  • भिक्षु ( Bhikshu)

Synonyms of "mendicant"

  • friar
  • beggar

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