Examples of bandwagon in a Sentence
tried to get everyone on the bandwagon about forming a neighborhood crime watch
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Or even Los Angeles, the most bandwagon of sports towns, where rooting for a former player on another team would seem … uncouth, and provincial.
Graham is one of many celebs getting on the hip thrust bandwagon.
Isn’t wine a little late, among other industries, to jump on this price-transparency bandwagon?
Chrissy Teigen is calling out husband John Legend for cluelessly jumping on the baseball bandwagon.
This game left quarterback J.T. Barrett's Heisman bandwagon broken and turned into a wrecked symbol of how fleeting glory can be.
Now, traditional colleges are jumping on this bandwagon with alternatives to their conventional and lengthy degrees, especially at the graduate level.
Ultimate Ears, maker of fine portable Bluetooth speakers and custom-fit headphones, has hopped on the digital assistant bandwagon with its new Blast and Megablast Bluetooth speakers.
And during that 12-year hiatus, everyone riding the global warming bandwagon was surprisingly quiet.
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