Examples of forefront in a Sentence
a politician who was in the forefront of women's rights
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This religious experience of a song is very emblematic of Jonghyun’s more passionate releases, prominently putting the singer’s vocals to the forefront while relying on a deceptively simple underlying melody.
Kudos for these courageous women standing up and bringing this to the forefront.
While the timing of a meeting with Putin may force the Russia issue back to the forefront, Trump's aides determined face-to-face talks were essential while the two men were in the same city.
Of the rag-tag bunch, Ghostemane is among the most amenable to bringing the music of his youth to the forefront.
But all of the companies that made the cut are at the forefront of the movement to create smarter, more thoughtful products and experiences.
Racial tensions and social issues have been at the forefront of the controversial national anthem protests, which have drawn the ire of President Donald Trump, among others.
And so many of the amazing chefs at the forefront of American food culture are first or second-generation immigrants.
Baker-Hargrove and the clinic have been at the forefront of the gay community’s response to the Pulse nightclub shooting, in which 49 people were killed.
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