nemesis definition

  • noun:
    • A source of damage or damage: Uncritical trust is my nemesis.
    • Retributive justice with its execution or outcome: to check out the proposed plan of action is invite nemesis.
    • An opponent that simply cannot be outdone or overcome.
    • one which inflicts retribution or vengeance.
    • Greek Mythology The goddess of retributive justice or vengeance.
    • An archenemy
    • you or character just who particularly brings about the downfall of another individual or character
    • The concept of retributive justice.
    • A punishment or defeat this is certainly deserved and should not be avoided.
    • The polar opposite of a character.
    • A righteous infliction of retribution manifested by a proper broker.
    • In Greek misconception, a goddess personifying allotment, or the divine circulation to each and every man of their precise share of lot of money, bad and the good.
    • Retributive justice.
    • [NL.] In zoology, a genus of crustaceans.
    • The 128th planetoid, discovered by Watson in 1872.
    • (Greek mythology) the goddess of divine retribution and vengeance
    • one thing causing distress or death

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