Examples of fanfare in a Sentence
The new jet was introduced with great fanfare.
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After much fanfare, Republican leaders have announced the latest iteration of their tax-reform plan.
Just last month, Kelly slipped away from the White House to attend a Marine Corps scholarship golf tournament in his son’s memory, with little fanfare or attention.
Last week, on May 20, the House of Martell celebrated its momentous anniversary with great fanfare at the Palace of Versailles, which the House supports as a patron for its restoration and preservation.
Indeed, Asian leaders are sparing no fanfare for Mr. Trump.
Outside the hall, the morning air was filled with light, cheerful music from the CSO Chamber Players, and fanfares from herald trumpets on the balcony above.
But hardly any state AG in memory has filed more lawsuits against the feds, with more personally vitriolic fanfare against the president, than Schneiderman has.
Of the three great Tchaikovsky symphonies, this one is the most emphatically direct from first minute with its blazing semi-suicidal fanfare.
The search for Amazon’s second headquarters has been unusual from the get-go – normally economic development projects aren’t done publicly and with this much fanfare.
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