Examples of brain trust in a Sentence
The president's brain trust recommended the action.
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The goal is to create a political brain trust that is ‘more sustained, more organized, more nuanced,’ a senior administration official said.
Think of it as a window into their brain trust—or, at least, a very helpful starting point.
As the Warriors’ brain trust assembled in their war room in Oakland, Curry made his way from his hotel room to the draft inside Madison Square Garden.
That’s what the Brewers’ brain trust will have to decide this off-season, with not only Phillips but also top prospect Lewis Brinson waiting in the wings.
There’s little precedent for a company building two distinct, city-sized operations from the ground up and splitting the corporate brain trust between them.
Ryder is a titan within the Republican redistricting brain trust, and has helped guide the party’s efforts for decades now.
As a former member of the Spurs’ brain trust, Marks knows the value of outside shooting.
The police probe of Levy is essentially taking aim at the company’s brain trust, according to Ilanit Sherf, head of research at Psagot Securities Ltd. in Tel Aviv.
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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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