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
Is any milestone anniversary complete without a deluge of recordings—some old, some new—saluting the eminence?
These scenes, addressed to the camera against a blue background, have something of the flavor of a jewelry-store commercial, the eminence of the actors notwithstanding.
What is more, the degree of Chinese competition to American pre-eminence can be overestimated, according to Joseph Nye, an expert on American power at Harvard’s Kennedy School.
Still, those inside the game have no doubts about his eminence.
Seeking to understand such systems, and the mechanisms that cause their complexities, has been a major mathematical enterprise of recent years and one in which Dr. Katok achieved eminence.
Seeking to understand such systems, and the mechanisms that cause their complexities has been a major mathematical enterprise of recent years and one in which Dr. Katok achieved eminence.
But the question of how Cohn both survived and flourished as a Manhattan eminence in the quarter-century between McCarthy and Reagan is beyond the play’s already-considerable scope.
But that liquid eminence came without much contribution from snow.
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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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