Examples of bandwagon in a Sentence
tried to get everyone on the bandwagon about forming a neighborhood crime watch
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As for technology, TransferWise is not among those jumping on the blockchain bandwagon, which a number of banks and big companies, including IBM, are testing for cross-border payments.
But Brazile’s bound toward the Bernie bandwagon is another indication of how Sanders is, at least for the moment, the de facto leader of the Democratic Party.
Australia, too, has hopped on this global raw milk cheese bandwagon, albeit with greater reluctance.
So far, just one city has declined to jump on the subsidy bandwagon: Toronto.
Like the 2012 and ’15 seasons, the Trojans began the ’17 campaign carrying a bandwagon bursting at the seams.
Other stores hopping on the voice bandwagon include Target, Home Depot and Walmart.
Yet Alfa Development, a firm that jumped on the green bandwagon early, does not seem ready to jump off just yet.
Other publications quickly jumped on the machine poetry bandwagon.
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