Hindi translation of 'puritanical'
puritanical /ˌpjʊərɪˈtænɪkəl ˌप्युअरिˈटैनिकल्/
If you describe someone as puritanical, you mean that they disapprove of pleasure, for example because they are strictly religious; used showing disapproval.
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He was frightfully puritanical at the time as regards deviance of any kind.Forests of the Night
Laura said Paul was looking at it from a puritanical point of view.The Image of Laura
Also, it was much more flamboyant than the flat-dayers ' bland figure eight, which appeared rather puritanical by comparison.THE SCHEME FOR FULL EMPLOYMENT (2003)
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Translation of puritanical from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary