adverb ক্ৰিয়া বিশেষণ

Abstractedly meaning in assamese


  • Pronunciation


  • Definition

    in an absentminded or preoccupied manner

    অনুপস্থিত বা ব্যস্তভাৱে

  • Synonyms

    absently (অনুপস্থিতভাৱে)

adverb ক্ৰিয়া বিশেষণ

Abstractedly meaning in assamese


  • Definitions

    1. In an abstracted manner; separately; in the abstract.

    বিমূৰ্তভাৱে; পৃথকে পৃথকে; বিমূৰ্ত ৰূপত।

  • Examples:
    1. Doubtlesse, in the Idaea, or mentall shape before it come as it were into act, by beeing painted, cut, or carued, those terminating, and truly Mathematical lines, abstractedly considered, are manifest, adhering (or inhering rather) without any possibility of separation from the conceaued Image.

    2. Qu. 8. Whether the Notions of absolute Time, absolute Place, and absolute Motion be not most abstractedly Metaphysical? Whether it be possible for us to measure, compute, or know them?

    3. You remember the gentleman in “The Spectator,” who had a commission of lunacy taken out against him for his extreme singularity, such as never wearing a wig, but a night-cap. Now, Sir, abstractedly, the night-cap was best; but, relatively, the advantage was overbalanced by his making the boys run after him.

    4. as the head of a beast is to be placed only upon its shoulders, so neither is a plant, however abstractedly treated, to be placed root uppermost

    5. it is abundant satisfaction to them if they see their children do well; their chief delight and contentment is in their childrens good absolutely and abstractedly, without indirect regards to their own advantage.

  • 2. With absence of mind

    মনৰ অনুপস্থিতিত

  • Examples:
    1. In Montreal, George Stephen was also thinking about money while he walked in sober mood from the Bank to the Canadian Pacific offices; one of the best-known figures in the city his passage along St. James Street was noted by many, and he nodded abstractedly to innumerable acquaintances.

    2. Leaning abstractedly over a hogshead of tallow, her dark dishevelled tresses waved in opposite directions, and a Muse (as she was) appeared to vulgar eyes, a Fury!

    3. She looked up over the page, ran her eye abstractedly across the room, but gave no sign at all of seeing him.

    4. The farmer had never turned his head once, but with eyes fixed on the most advanced point along the road, passed as unconsciously and abstractedly as if Bathsheba and her charms were thin air.