Examples of pacesetter in a Sentence
a company that has been a pacesetter in its field for offering health care benefits to employees
Recent Examples of pacesetter from the Web
Seniors are the likely pacesetters here, though one or both will probably be asked to up his production through the air.
Thrones had by then become the pacesetter for all of TV in its willingness to forgo a simple happy ending in favor of delivering pleasure through brutality.
Ridden by Victor Espinoza, Stellar Wind nudged in front nearing the finish line after dueling with pacesetter Vale Dori throughout the Grade 1 race.
But in measures both numerical and anecdotal, Mr. Kennedy has emerged as a Senate pacesetter in unwitting anonymity since his election in December.
A liquid product called Drink Chobani became a hit last year, the only new yogurt to make research firm IRI’s annual new-product pacesetters list.
Gaffalione settled his mount just off of a moderate early pace set by Richard the Great and responded midway through the far turn when the pacesetter gave way.
Shiffrin was ninth fastest in the first run, 1.43 seconds behind pacesetter Federica Brignone of Italy, who went on to win the race.
In 2000, Abdelkhader el-Mouaziz of Morocco ran away from the Kenyans chasing him far earlier than he was supposed to, leaving even the pacesetter behind and causing an upset.
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First Known Use of pacesetter
PACESETTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pacesetter for English Language Learners
: a person who runs ahead of the other runners in a race in order to set a pace
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