Examples of eminence in a Sentence
the eminence of the Nobel Prize in the field of awards and prizes
the old citadel sits on an eminence with a commanding view of the city
Recent Examples of eminence from the Web
No less a hoops eminence than Kobe Bryant noticed, first, on Friday night, when her game-winner with 1 second left in overtime knocked UConn out of the tournament.
This is especially true when a boastful nation, while neglecting them, gloats over its wealth, power and world pre-eminence.
London’s advantages—the time zone, the language, its fintech pre-eminence, the financial ecosystem—are still very much in place.
Even the more progressive recording-industry eminences knew their audiences didn’t broadly share their views, and no industry bigwig wanted the risk of developing a black artist.
In the hierarchy of theatrical genres, the solo show built around a cultural or historical eminence doesn't rank all that high.
But their eminence was seen as validation of the company's pitch.
Singapore, Hong Kong’s rival for financial pre-eminence in Asia, is on track to be the next market to allow dual-class shares.
The country’s pre-eminence stems from a long list of factors, only a few of which could be reproduced anywhere else.
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First Known Use of eminence
EMINENCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eminence for English Language Learners
: a condition of being well-known and successful
: a person of high rank or achievements
: an area of high ground
EMINENCE Defined for Kids
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