Examples of aspirant in a Sentence
a bevy of ever-smiling aspirants for the Miss America title
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Montenegro, a former Yugoslav republic and an Adriatic Sea country, joined NATO last year and is considered to be one of the most likely aspirant EU members from the Balkans.
Platforms like Thrasher Magazine have over four million followers on Instagram, showing clips of skateboarders landing and crashing -- setting a standard for aspirant skaters.
Justify’s trial by rain, mud and fog was over, and on Sunday morning, the sun finally beamed over Pimlico Race Course and the new Triple Crown aspirant.
For aspirants to the big leagues, the stresses are ever-present and often unforeseeable.
Falwell also hosted the virulently racist presidential aspirant George Wallace on guest pulpits in the South and Midwest in the early 1960s.
Other Spots Several Republican lawmakers, who asked not to be named when discussing internal decisions, said potential leadership aspirants include current rank-and-file and some newer House members.
Jaimes was a 47-year-old mother of two, the owner of the restaurant and aspirant for a state congressional seat.
How the old system drained third-party aspirants of time, energy, and cash Why were third-party candidates placed at such a disadvantage?
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ASPIRANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aspirant for English Language Learners
: a person who tries to become something : a person who aspires to do or to be something
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