How to use "paragon" in sentences with meaning in English and Hindi
Example sentences for "paragon" in popular movie and book plots
- While in the center, Homer has an epiphany that he is cruel to Ned because his neighbor is better than Homer in everything he does, and Homer is then held up as a paragon of reform and celebrated. - Bull-E
- The allegations not only stun the family, they stir up anger and resentment, not only because of dr Shellner’s failing health, but also because he has been held up as a paragon of selflessness and virtue not only within the family but from all his public recognition and numerous awards he was festooned with. - Altered Minds
- His discovery that Annabelle was not the paragon he thought she was unnerves him and he seeks solace in the love of Nina. - His House in Order (1920 film)
- He also presented the tyrannical manager as a paragon of virtue. - Before the Lightning Strikes
- In later parts, this is counterbalanced by the warm-hearted Dareet, Zama Khan's daughter who deplores her father's evil ways, and later Queen Rhea, a veritable paragon of virtues. - Brak the Barbarian
- Lois is a reporter at a sleazoid newspaper, a paragon of yellow journalism that she is determined to turn back to its first incarnation as The New York Enforcer, a better paper. - Not for Publication
- The invincible Lord of the Distant Isles, who had seemed destined to conquer the world, becomes a paragon of love-inspired self-sacrifice. - Lancelot and the Lord of the Distant Isles, or the "Book of Galehaut" Retold
- The striking contrast of the poem rests in the juxtaposition of the dark, gloomy and burdened existence of Polifemo with the figure of Galatea, the paragon of light, beauty and contentedness. - La Fábula de Polifemo y Galatea
- The Arisians know that he is incorruptible, a paragon of bravery and virtue, so they have chosen him to be the first entity to wear the "Lens of Civilization". - First Lensman
- Incensed at the slur on Adèle, whom he sees as a paragon of virtue, the Vicomte challenges Déroulède to a duel, a fight which Déroulède does not want - for he knows and respects the boy's father, the Duc de Marny. - I Will Repay (novel)
- Doing janitorial work as a trusty, he encounters the recently incarcerated Manson; furious that the rambling, barely coherent Manson is being held up as a paragon of evil, Plunkett resolves that upon his release he will become the kind of killer truly worthy of that distinction. - Killer on the Road
- Lancelot is King Arthur's most valued Knight of the Round Table and a paragon of courage and virtue. - Lancelot and Guinevere
- One of the biggest references to medieval times in the series is the holy city of Rabona, which contains a magnificent cathedral resembling the historical Chartres Cathedral, a paragon of the Gothic architecture of medieval France. - Claymore (manga)
- When his nurse tells him that the knight is actually Joan of Arc, Kochan, wanting the knight to be a paragon of manliness, is immediately and forever put off by the picture, annoyed that a woman would dress in man’s clothing. - Confessions of a Mask
- The prologue depicts the burning of a small village in the Fairfield Lowlands by the Legion of the Fallen, an undead army under the command of Necros, a paragon among Necromancers who sold his soul to the dark gods in exchange for unparalleled sorcerous aptitude. - Crusaders of Might and Magic
- Rebecca, Maxim reveals, was a cruel, and selfish, woman who manipulated everyone around her into believing her to be the perfect wife and a paragon of virtue. - Rebecca (novel)
- Salieri secretly observes Mozart, and is shocked to discover that rather than the paragon of virtue that he has imagined, Mozart is in fact boorish, irreverent, and lewd. - Amadeus (film)
- They decide to turn her establishment into a paragon of the "art of noodle soup making". - Tampopo
Example sentences for "paragon" in interesting articles
- while this game may prove a paragon of UX virtue, I have to suspect that many of these factors were the results of finely honed instinct around gameplay more than conscious decisions about “adding a mystery factor” or “challenging the user’s short-term memory load”. Just as one example, “Why is the game’s play space showing a cross section of underground rocks and dirt?” is a great question, but to me that can be answered in a few simple and practical ways. - Why Angry Birds is so successful and popular?
- The sooner we simplify downscaling, the sooner designers and engineers alike can push the Retina Revolution forward. Read this next: The paragon of inefficiency. - The Retina War is upon us.
- The Economist recently ran an article praising charter schools and attacking Bill de Blasio for proposing to charge rent to charter schools that use public space in New York City. The Economist presents the Noble Network of charter schools in Chicago as a paragon of charter school excellence. - How to Analyze False Claims about Charter Schools
- Ironically, it was the notation of that seal in the archive that allowed me to confirm JFK’s involvement, which has not been recognized publicly before now.Of course, Kennedy—the heir to ruthless, ambitious privilege; the philanderer of “Camelot”; the paragon of casual wit and physical vigor who, backstage, suffered from debilitating illness—is no one’s idea of “normal.” And that’s the point. - What Makes Us Happy?
- Ironically, it was the notation of that seal in the archive that allowed me to confirm JFK’s involvement, which has not been recognized publicly before now.Of course, Kennedy—the heir to ruthless, ambitious privilege; the philanderer of “Camelot”; the paragon of casual wit and physical vigor who, backstage, suffered from debilitating illness—is no one’s idea of “normal.” And that’s the point. - What Makes Us Happy
- Ironically, it was the notation of that seal in the archive that allowed me to confirm JFK’s involvement, which has not been recognized publicly before now.Of course, Kennedy—the heir to ruthless, ambitious privilege; the philanderer of “Camelot”; the paragon of casual wit and physical vigor who, backstage, suffered from debilitating illness—is no one’s idea of “normal.” And that’s the point. - What Makes Us Happy? (2009)
- If you are reading the paper thoroughly then you should do one! The paragon of medical research is to only have studies that are of high-enough sample size to look for the size of difference that you are interested in. - "How to read articles about health" - by Dr Alicia White
- It’s about the story that everyone has. —Delaney Simmons, Director of Digital Content and Social for WNYC Back in 2013, AllThingsD reporter Mike Isaac wrote a piece entitled, “Facebook Wants to be a Newspaper, Facebook Users Have Their Own Ideas,” which laid out the vision Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook’s Chief Product Officer Chris Cox had for the platform and News Feed that it would be a paragon of “useful”-ness. - Social media's effect on journalism is greater than shift from print to digital
- Right? That might be a valid complaint, and even the most synergistic of social media gurus would have to admit — between creating engaging integrated solutions, no doubt — that Twitter wasn’t exactly a paragon of truth and accuracy during the riots, but you can hardly pin the blame solely on social media when rolling news channels like BBC News 24 and Sky News are running looped footage of burning buildings, overlaid with interviews with those who’d lost property and possessions in the looting. - If Were Turning Off Social Media, I Want News Channels Shut Down, Too
Meaning of "paragon" in English
- an ideal instance; a perfect embodiment of a concept
- model of excellence or perfection of a kind; one having no equal
Meaning of "paragon" in Hindi
- उत्तम उपमा ( Uttam upama, uttam upamaa)
- नमूना ( Namuna, namoonaa)
- आदर्श ( Aadarsh)
- प्रमाण ( Praman)
Synonyms of "paragon"
- beau ideal
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