Use Zenith in a Sentence

Meaning of Zenith:

  • To reach the highest point or the culmination.

Use Zenith in a sentence :

  • If this project gets successfully implemented, I will reach the zenith of my career.
  • I would reach the zenith of my political career, if I become the President.

Zenith in Hindi :

  • सर्वोच्च शिखर
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Use Zeal in a Sentence

Meaning of Zeal:

  • To have enthusiasm and devotion for something.

Use Zeal in a sentence :

  • Most of the evangelists that I have met are full of zeal to meet their targets.
  • If you had shown this kind of zeal in your studies, you would have a decent job today.

Zeal in Hindi :

  • उत्साह
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Use Wanton in a Sentence

Meaning of Wanton:

  • To be wild, undisciplined and unmanageable.

Use Wanton in a sentence :

  • There are five kids in our neighborhood who are very wanton.
  • Would you call me wanton just because I want to have fun once in a while?

Wanton in Hindi :

  • ऊधमी
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Use Visage in a Sentence

Meaning of Visage:

  • Refers to the appearance or features of a face.

Use Visage in a sentence :

  • He did not see the familiar visage of his friend; instead there were only mangled remains and torn flesh.
  • Jeckyl and Hide were two sides of a monstrous visage.

Visage in Hindi :

  • छवि
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Use Verbatim in a Sentence

Meaning of Verbatim:

  • To repeat or to say something exactly word-by-word.

Use Verbatim in a sentence :

  • I am sorry to say, this is the verbatim conversation that your husband had with his mistress today.
  • I remember all the dialogues from Othello verbatim.

Verbatim in Hindi :

  • प्रतिशब्द
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Use Venerable in a Sentence

Meaning of Venerable:

  • Someone who commands respect and reverence.

Use Venerable in a sentence :

  • My venerable father died yesterday after a prolonged illness.
  • The venerable guru of the vaishnavas attained Samadhi yesterday.

Venerable in Hindi :

  • आदरणीय
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Use Vacillate in a Sentence

Meaning of Vacillate:

  • To be indecisive in nature.

Use Vacillate in a sentence :

  • A strong leader does not vacillate in his decisions.
  • While you vacillate here over your decisions, somebody else will usurp your position.

Vacillate in Hindi :

  • दुविधा
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Use Usurp in a Sentence

Meaning of Usurp:

  • To seize or to take possession of something that belongs to another.

Use Usurp in a sentence :

  • He did not usurp your property because he is the rightful heir.
  • His uncle helped him to usurp the throne by force.

Usurp in Hindi :

  • छीन लेना
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Use Urbane in a Sentence

Meaning of Urbane:

  • To be more polished and sophisticated.

Use Urbane in a sentence :

  • They seem modern and urbane but underneath they are all animals.
  • Her guests were more urbane than her and I was frightened to even talk with them.

Urbane in Hindi :

  • सुसभ्य
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Use Transient in a Sentence

Meaning of Transient:

  • Refers to something that is not permanent or enduring.

Use Transient in a sentence :

  • Pain and grief are very transient and all will heal with the passage of time.
  • Some believe that love is transient but I do not believe it.

Transient in Hindi :

  • अस्थायी
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