Examples of arrival in a Sentence
They were awaiting the arrival of guests.
When is the mail scheduled for arrival?
They track the number of airport arrivals and departures.
They were late arrivals at the party.
They are eagerly awaiting the arrival of their wedding day.
the changes that occur with the arrival of spring
the arrival of new technology
Recent Examples of arrival from the Web
Upon their arrival, Locklear allegedly attacked both the police and a medic.
They were evacuated to a hospital where the husband was declared dead on arrival.
An official at Soon Chun Hyang University Hospital said Mr. Kim was pronounced dead on arrival but did not give a precise cause.
He had been taken to Soon Chun Hyang University Hospital in Seoul early Saturday after having difficulty breathing and was pronounced dead on arrival.
Those bills are considered dead on arrival in the Senate, which has little appetite to pass anything on immigration this year.
These bills will probably be voted down by the House, and if not, are dead on arrival in the Senate where Democratic votes would be necessary.
Reich was responsible for revamping the course in 2016 upon his arrival from TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., home to the fabled island green at the par-3 17th hole.
On arrival, Carroll is waiting with a blue school bus, ready to drive people around the village.
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ARRIVAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of arrival for English Language Learners
: the act of coming to or reaching a place : the act of arriving
: someone or something that has come to a place : someone or something that has arrived
: the time when something begins or happens
ARRIVAL Defined for Kids
Definition of arrival for Students
- the arrival of spring
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