Examples of golden age in a Sentence
the golden age of art
a golden age for our country
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While the golden age saw this marked increase in wealth, how it was distributed didn’t change much.
Jack Dempsey aside, essentially the golden age of the entire sport elapsed after America’s leading journal of medicine identified its responsibility in causing enduring and irreparable harm to its athletes.
The goal is to help usher British television into its own golden age, like the current one here in America.
Print publications for teenage girls have struggled — Teen People and CosmoGirl are both long gone — and in many ways Teen Vogue the magazine was a throwback to the golden age of print.
At Portsmouth, on an island overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, the nation’s oldest continually operated public shipyard dates to 1800 — and the golden age of sail.
Their dream had always been to find a wooden temple from the golden age of Chinese art, the glorious Tang dynasty (A.D. 618-907).
Wartzman admits that motives were complex even in the golden age.
The press, by its own self-aggrandizing account, is enjoying some new golden age.
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GOLDEN AGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of golden age for English Language Learners
: a time of great happiness, success, and achievement
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