Examples of fanfare in a Sentence
The new jet was introduced with great fanfare.
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Yes, Thomas came with much fanfare in the Kyrie Irving trade to Boston, but Gilbert and Altman can't worry about having been fleeced.
In fact, just two months earlier, in a brazen assertion of the Kremlin’s growing Middle East ambitions, Russia’s only aircraft carrier had entered Libyan waters and, with great fanfare, welcomed aboard the militia leader, Gen. Khalifa Haftar.
Yet in House Intelligence Committee testimony on March 20, 2017, the FBI’s then-director, James Comey, announced with great fanfare that the bureau was conducting a counterintelligence investigation of Russia’s interference in the 2016 election.
As expected, the news delivered a considerable amount of fanfare from the Arsenal fanbase, who were both delighted and relieved.
Allison was Baby C, the third of the Brecker Quads, who were born in 1963 in Manhattan to great news-media fanfare.
The Museum of Ice Cream, which opened to sweet fanfare in December, will extend its run in Miami Beach through Feb. 26.
After much anticipation and fanfare, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have finally announced their newborn baby's name!
The Pentagon Library is full of documents that were announced with great fanfare, but ultimately were ignored or discarded.
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