Examples of cusp in a Sentence
the cusp of a tooth
medical researchers who are on the cusp of a major breakthrough
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This is a roster that, frankly, should be somewhere between 4-12 and 6-10, not on the cusp of joining the winless 2008 Lions in infamy.
The commercial aircraft business could be on the cusp of its biggest upheaval in two decades.
On the cusp of 2018, The Enquirer photographers reviewed the thousands of photos produced in the past year.
Families furnished by governmental efforts, but on the cusp of uncertainty, unsure what the New Year will bear.
On the cusp of the biggest basketball game of the year around here?
Unless 2018 is a miraculously wet year, California will find itself on the cusp of another existential drought.
The retail industry is on the cusp of startling innovations that could change the way Americans shop.
Sporting a knockout punch that turned heads and frightened foes, Tony Ayala Jr. was on the cusp of stardom, a sure bet to become San Antonio’s first world champion and one of the best of all-time in the junior middleweight division.
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