Examples of brain trust in a Sentence
The president's brain trust recommended the action.
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Keeping an elephant entertained and mentally alert poses a challenge for zoo caretakers everywhere, but those at the San Antonio Zoo are getting a boost from a brain trust of University of Texas at San Antonio students.
And then the brain trust in New York overturned the call, which led to Gardenhire rushing the umpiring crew, kicking dirt onto the plate (a strong throwback move) and being ejected.
As a child, Gilbert moved to the Washington, D.C., area in 1939 because his father, a Harvard economist, joined a New Deal brain trust under Harry Hopkins.
Rather famously, the Shake Shack brain trust once tried to swap out better fries for the frozen crinkle-cuts and were faced by a customer rebellion.
But the Pelicans brain trust at least needs to consider the question before offering Cousins a max contract this offseason, especially considering his uncertain health status.
The school's softball brain trust agreed and began to make tweaks to ensure the field will live up to varsity standards and also provide a venue for multiple levels of softball.
The Indianapolis Colts’ eventful offseason continues this week with the NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium, the team’s brain trust and scouting staff working to reverse its fortunes in 2018.
The Brewers’ brain trust believes that performance was a preview of coming attractions.
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BRAIN TRUST Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of brain trust for English Language Learners
: a group of people who give advice to a leader about what should be done
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