Pronunciation of Zenith
/z_ˈɛ_n_ɪ_θ/, /zˈɛnɪθ/, /zˈɛnɪθ/
Usage examples for zenith:
- He was now at the zenith of his fame and the greatest man of his age, as Theopompus truly observes; yet he had more reason to be proud of his virtue than of his power. - "Plutarch's Lives Volume III.", Plutarch.
- The " Cortegiano" dates from 1514, though it was not published till a few years later, and the frottola was at the zenith of its excellence in the time of Bernado Tromboncino, who belongs to the latter half of the fifteenth century. - "Some Forerunners of Italian Opera", William James Henderson.
- The moon was riding high in the zenith; it was between twelve and one o'clock. - "Wych Hazel", Susan and Anna Warner.
Idioms for zenith:
- at the zenith of sth;