Examples of golden age in a Sentence
the golden age of art
a golden age for our country
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The Bangers will be paying tribute to this golden age of holiday tunes with a spectacular girl-group Christmas party tonight at the Hideout (1354 W. Wabansia), accompanied by the Congregation.
Guests will embark on a journey to the golden age of travel while providing hope for Haiti.
Gerwig’s sparkling gown and Peele’s velvet dinner jacket were both in line with the era of classic cinema the photo shoot was meant to evoke—chalky clapboards and saddle pants and the golden age of film.
So why isn’t this a new golden age of protest music?
Is a new golden age for the American worker around the corner?
The growth during the war continued, and thus began what Wartzman calls the golden age of American business.
The Weavers became part of the soundtrack for the postwar golden age, the sound of consensus.
This should be the golden age for both men -- a time of unified Republican rule that should allow a series of conservative principles to flower.
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First Known Use of golden age
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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