To Trumpet (as An Elephant) Meaning in Hindi

Verb

  1. 1. चिंघाड़ना (p. ciMghAड़nA )

To Trumpet (as An Elephant) Sentences from Popular Quotes and Books

1. "As to forming any plan for the future, I could as soon have formed an elephant."
- Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

2. "He frowned as he struggled to remember. It was like watching an elephant crochet."
- Val McDermid, Kick Back

3. "A novelist is an elephant, but an elephant who must pretend to forget."
- Quote by Mary McCarthy

4. "When the bullseye becomes as big as an elephant in your mind, you won’t be able to miss it."
- Quote by Alejandro Jodorowsky

5. "The mind is divided, like a rider on an elephant, and the rider's job is to serve the elephant."
- Jonathan Haidt, The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion

7. "It was an exceedingly odd thing to see an elephant in a spacesuit."
- Alastair Reynolds, Poseidon's Wake

8. "We need to become less like an elephant and more like a customer-friendly Tyrannosaurus rex"
- John P. Kotter, Leading Change [with a New Preface]

9. "How hard can it be to find a girl and an elephant for Christ's sake?"
- Quote by Sara Gruen

10. "Ambiguity is exhausting to the Rider, because the Rider is tugging on the reins of the Elephant, trying to direct the Elephant down a new path. But when the road is uncertain, the Elephant will insist on taking the default path, the most familiar path, just as the doctors did. Why? Because uncertainty makes the Elephant anxious. (Think of how, in an unfamiliar place, you gravitate toward a familiar face.) And that’s why decision paralysis can be deadly for change—because the most familiar path is always the status quo."
- Chip Heath, Switch

 
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