Corinthian ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Corinthian ( adjective )

  1. Of or relating to the ancient Greek city of Corinth or its people or culture.
  2. Of or relating to a style of ancient Greek architecture characterized by ornate capitals decorated with acanthus leaves.
  3. Extremely ornate or elaborate in design, decoration, or structure.

Origin:

From the ancient greek city of corinth, known for its luxury and elaborate architecture.

Examples:

  1. The corinthian columns of the temple stood tall and imposing.
  2. The corinthian style of architecture is characterized by its elaborate capitals.
  3. She wore a corinthian dress of the finest silk.
  4. His corinthian taste for luxury was well known among his peers.
  5. The corinthian leather seats in his car were the epitome of opulence.

(As a noun)

Corinthian ( noun )

  1. Of or relating to the ancient Greek city of Corinth or its people or culture.
  2. Of or relating to a style of ancient Greek architecture characterized by ornate capitals decorated with acanthus leaves.
  3. Extremely ornate or elaborate in design, decoration, or structure.

Origin:

From the ancient greek city of corinth, known for its luxury and elaborate architecture.

Examples:

  1. The corinthian columns of the temple stood tall and imposing.
  2. The corinthian style of architecture is characterized by its elaborate capitals.
  3. She wore a corinthian dress of the finest silk.
  4. His corinthian taste for luxury was well known among his peers.
  5. The corinthian leather seats in his car were the epitome of opulence.
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