Examples of fanfare in a Sentence
The new jet was introduced with great fanfare.
Recent Examples of fanfare from the Web
After five seasons of watching Chip and Jo go from unknowns to an HGTV power couple, some people expected a lot of fanfare for the final #DemoDay.
President Donald Trump has, to great fanfare, remade his national-security team in recent days.
So this didn't get a lot of fanfare because there's so much attention being paid to the Russian fiasco and Russian collusion.
The 950-ton, 174-foot pedestrian bridge was assembled by the side of the highway and moved into place Saturday to great fanfare.
In Miami, the 950-ton, 174-foot span was assembled by the side of the highway and moved into place Saturday to great fanfare. The $14.2 million bridge connected Florida International University and the city of Sweetwater.
Even leading up to this day, it's been really huge, full of fanfare.
The entry-level electric Model 3 debuted in July 2017 to great fanfare, but Tesla has struggled for months to ramp up production to meet demand.
Late Tuesday, the magnanimous ex-boyfriend sharer announced her next single to great fanfare.
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Origin and Etymology of fanfare
First Known Use: 1605See Words from the same year
FANFARE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of fanfare for English Language Learners
: a lot of talk or activity showing that people are excited about something
: a short piece of music played loudly with trumpets especially to announce that someone is arriving
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