Examples of centerpiece in a Sentence
resolution of the original dispute became the centerpiece of the negotiations
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While Golden State got better with the addition of DeMarcus Cousins, the Rockets have failed to add a significant piece to go alongside centerpieces James Harden and newly re-signed Chris Paul.
Public Landing has vertical, cathedral-like ceilings, walls fashioned from local quarried limestone, and a centerpiece bar.
Within more than 6,300 square feet of interiors is a two-story great room with a centerpiece fireplace, a loft den/office, a home theater and a chef’s kitchen.
Granted, much more pressure will be on Walton now to manage the supporting cast around the team's new centerpiece.
As for how Guido created the majestic flower helmets, the jury is still out (likely picking more flowers for another round of centerpieces).
There are bowls large enough to blow wimpy centerpieces out of the water—or off the table—and ewers too tiny even for the four-fingered hand of Mickey Mouse.
The sheer deliberation of her tempo, with Eder investing unmistakable meaning into every passing note, renders this the album’s centerpiece.
Now, Sheinbaum Pardo is making water and mobility centerpieces of her campaign.
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sum and substance, the long and short (or the long and the short);
CENTERPIECE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of centerpiece for English Language Learners
: a decoration (such as a group of flowers) that is placed in the center of a table
: the most important part of something
CENTERPIECE Defined for Kids
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