Examples of golden age in a Sentence
the golden age of art
a golden age for our country
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Tales for the three in the 1930’s and the four in the forties, golden ages both.
In 1991, Jennie Livingston’s documentary Paris Is Burning pulled back the curtain to the golden age of ballroom in 1980s New York.
The story of Amy Pascal’s downfall at Sony is unsettling, but the period that preceded her tenure is not widely regarded as a golden age of American cinema.
For most of Erdogan’s years in power, Turkey appeared to be in a golden age.
And at the top of the heap is the car Mr. Lyon named his company after, the Ferrari 250 GTO (1962-64), a dominating racing car from Ferrari’s golden age.
In the northern triangle, a golden age of judicial independence may be ending.
The show, co-produced by entertainment conglomerate and talent stable Yoshimoto Kogyo and harkening back to the golden age of Japanese variety shows, is now releasing its fifth season in Japan.
All Polished Everything Pledge your allegiance to the golden age of menswear excess with a cuban link chain bracelet, proper tie bar, and mogul-level cufflinks.
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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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