A Word A Day : Zenith
Word of 5th May 2007: A Word A Day-Zenith
Zenith( Noun )
He took voluntary retirement at the zenith
of his career.Synonyms:
By dint of hard labor he reached the acme
At 45 he’d reached the apex
of his career.
Her intervention brought their quarrel to climax.
He was riding the crest
of a new wave of popular fame.
The climbers made camp half way up the peak.
My office is at the top
of the building. Antonyms:
Rock bottomContextual Examples:
She used her family’s history as a base
for her novel.
There are tea-leaves in the bottom
of my cup.
Water was found at a depth
of 40 feet under ground.
Company losses reached their nadir
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