Examples of bandwagon in a Sentence
tried to get everyone on the bandwagon about forming a neighborhood crime watch
Recent Examples of bandwagon from the Web
Some communities have already jumped on the medical pot bandwagon, passing ordinances that will bring a variety of new business to their towns.
Workplace wellness programs—which helped sow the seeds of the wellness revolution in their efforts to stem productivity losses caused by unwell workers—have jumped on the mindfulness bandwagon.
But not everyone has hopped onto the fancy pet food bandwagon.
Even restaurants such as the French Laundry and Nobu have jumped on the bandwagon, to offer exclusive bottles to their guests, and such steak houses as Del Frisco’s sell plushy cabernets under their own labels.
For understandable reasons, Democrats are eager to jump on the populist bandwagon.
Silver Lake’s Buck Mason has jumped on the bandwagon, selling its no-frills line of men’s tees, chinos, jeans, and button-downs from a repurposed ’97 GMC school bus dubbed The Open Road.
Just this morning, Hillary Clinton hopped on the bandwagon, promoting a T-shirt from the shop of the TBS to benefit both comedian Samantha Bee’s Full Frontal program and Planned Parenthood.
While more wine drinkers are jumping on the bandwagon, the concept is not new.
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Definition of bandwagon for English Language Learners
: a popular activity, effort, cause, etc., that attracts growing support
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