Examples of forefront in a Sentence
a politician who was in the forefront of women's rights
Recent Examples of forefront from the Web
Representation is at the forefront of Love, Simon, a 20th Century Fox film starring Nick Robinson, Alexandra Shipp, and Katherine Langford.
Florida Georgia Line was once at the forefront of the craze, but has since evolved: singing about faith and family on 2016 album Dig Your Roots, and the prospects of a relationship on Meant to Be.
Fifty years ago, youth were at the forefront of Milwaukee's civil rights marches, which pushed for open housing legislation and economic opportunity.
And that shouldn’t be a surprise, as IBM has earned its reputation for being at the forefront of inclusion in the tech industry and global business.
That’s significant because, under Morgan’s leadership, Cincinnati Ballet has been at the forefront of commissioning and performing works by women.
The trio discuss the contrasting cultures of the two tech giants and ask the question of which company is more likely to keep the US at the forefront of the 5G revolution.
San Diego is at the forefront of a sewer-to-reservoir operation that the rest of the state will likely follow.
Students are at the forefront of the march efforts, and more than 400 marches are being held worldwide.
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First Known Use of forefront
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Definition of forefront for English Language Learners
: the most important part or position
FOREFRONT Defined for Kids
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