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
Major Food Group officials don’t see themselves as jumping on the bar bandwagon, so to speak.
The New York Giants joined the trade bandwagon on Wednesday by acquiring linebacker Alec Ogletree from the Los Angeles Rams.
Pen in hand, legions of college basketball fans — and annual March bandwagon jumpers — fill out brackets year after year while watching the NCAA March Madness Selection Show.
While retailers who’ve invested in the technology to dissect this data stand to make the most of it, indie brands and even beauty salons with no tools can jump on the bandwagon.
According to Deadline, the streaming behemoth has allegedly hopped aboard the home makeover bandwagon and ordered a 12-part series called Amazing on the Inside.
Americans are letting others think for them i.e. jump on any bandwagon.
Juan Mata, whose goal was overruled by the VAR decision, also jumped on the bandwagon.
Another cardinal turtleneck sin (and the one that kept me off the bandwagon for years) is bad fabric.
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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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