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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The Middle East was on the cusp of unstoppable change, chaos and turmoil.
Back then, Scarbrough seemed on the cusp of stardom -- blasting through Florida, Washington and Clemson before fracturing his right leg at the end of the third quarter in the CFP title game.
State agencies, which administer the programme with federal grants, are running short of cash and are on the cusp of issuing notices cancelling policies.
Power duo Gordon and Stanton are on the cusp of becoming only the third speed and power duo in Major League history to steal at least 50 bases and hit at least 50 homers.
The vibe: At a soft-opening lunch last week, we were led to table on the cusp of the open-air kitchen, where the staff was immersed in the business of souffle-making.
In one play, the Dallas Cowboys went from potentially trailing by two scores to the cusp of a one-point lead over the Washington Redskins on Sunday, and three former Boise State football players made the game-changing play possible.
Williams, 35, left Google last year, and is on the cusp of completing a PhD at Oxford University exploring the ethics of persuasive design.
The same technological trends that are on the cusp of revolutionizing the car industry—more powerful electric motors, batteries, and software—are also starting to affect the aviation industry.
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