meaning of sentences and make sentences from following sentences

1. Hymn

2. Incense

3. Couplet

4. Anonym

5. Flirt

6. Curdle

7. Churn

8. Interrogate

9. Farce

10. Perplex

11. Faisco

12. Opium

13. Bret

14. Slavery

15. Nymph

16. Bonfire

17. auction

18. Autopsy

19. Sylps

20. Sandwich

21. Volatile

22. Black and white beating

23. Rebuff

24. Embeilish

25. Adorn

Answer to your question:


1. Hymn means a song or ode in praise or honor of God, a deity, a nation, etc.

Usage: She knows and can sing all the hymns from the prayer book.

  1. Incense: It is an aromatic stick or other substance which produces a sweet odour when burned, used in religious ceremonies, to enhance a mood.

    Usage: Lighting incense sticks and diyas in the evening is a ritual in Hindu temples.

 3. Couplet: It means a pair of successive lines of verse, especially a pair that rhyme and are of the same length.

Usage: She wrote a wonderfully touching couplet in favour of her lover.

  1. Anonym: An anonym is a false or an assumed name.

Usage: The blackmail note came from an anonym.

  1. Flirt: This is a verb which means to court in a trifle manner or act amorously without serious intentions. It is an act of taking love in joking way.

Usage: He used to flirt a lot before he met and wed the love of his life.

  1. Curdle: This word means to spoil or something to go wrong.

Usage: Their friendship began to curdle as soon as they became business rivals.

  1. Churn: It means to mix or agitate vigorously in order to make into butter.

Usage: there are several ways in villages to churn cream to form butter.

  1. Interrogate: This word means to ask questions of (a person), sometimes to seek answers or information that the person questioned considers personal or secret.

Usage: They also interrogate suspects and decide whether to prosecute them.

  1. Farce: Foolish mockery or a display of nonsensical and light humour is known as farce.

Usage: The judge scowled and screamed at the comedian by saying: “Your case is a farce!”

  1. Perplex: This verb means to be confused mentally. It means to be puzzled over something which is uncertain or incomprehensible.

Usage: The fact about the existence of UFOs is still perplexing to mankind.

  1. Faisco: It refers to something which has turned out to be a complete failure.

Usage: The entire fire fiasco in the village turned in favour of the opposition during the elections.

  1. Opium: Opium refers to anything that causes dullness or inaction or that soothes the mind or emotions. It is usually the condensed form of poppy.

Usage: Some people take opium for pleasure and gradually become addicted to it.

13. Bret: No such word found.

  1. Slavery: the condition of a slave or bondage or the action of keeping of slaves as a practice or institution.

Usage: Slavery has already been abolished in all the third world countries.

15. Nymph: They are one of a numerous class of lesser deities of mythology, conceived of as beautiful maidens inhabiting the sea, rivers, woods, trees, mountains, meadows, etc. They usually attend to a superior deity.

  1. Bonfire: It is a large fire built in the open air, for warmth, entertainment or celebration.

Usage: They organized a bonfire and barbecue party to enjoy the season of winter.

  1. auction: It is a publicly held sale at which property or goods are sold to the highest bidder.

Usage: Before they shifted to another place they put every household item on auction.

  1. Autopsy: It is the inspection and dissection of a body after death, as for determination of the cause of death.

Usage: An autopsy showed he had died from gunshot injuries.

19. Sylps: Word not found.

  1. Sandwich: two or more slices of bread or the like with a layer of meat, fish, cheese, etc., between each pair.

Usage: The sandwich here is so delicious that it has been attracting food lovers for more than a decade now.

  1. Volatile: This word means something which gets evaporated rapidly. It passes off readily in the form of vapor. It also means something which is changeable.

Usage: Ironically, the price of gasoline is also very volatile, and can change quickly.

  1. Black and blue beating: This is an adjective of the skin which means discoloured, as from a bruise. It also means feeling pain or soreness, as from a beating.

Usage: The victim was beaten black and blue after being released from the prison.

  1. Rebuff: It is a very instant and spontaneous refusal of a request or an offer.

Usage: The young man was surprised at the old woman's rebuffof his offer to help.

  1. Embellish: To adorn something with ornamentation or addition of fictitious items.

Usage: All her jewellery were embellished with gems and stones.

  1. Adorn: Adorn means to decorate or add beauty to, as by ornaments.

    Usage: Orchids of various colours adorned her hair at the beach party.

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