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
With two friends running with him as pacesetters, Bannister churned around Oxford's Iffley Road track.
Elder, which had a cross country team for six years in the 1930s before dropping the sport and not rebooting it until Roncker’s sophomore year in 1958, became the Greater Cincinnati pacesetter.
The surprising thing is that Chrysler, and not Toyota - the hybrid pacesetter - was the first to market with an electrified minivan.
Cicatrix ran down pacesetter Luzmimi Princess in the stretch and held on a late charge from Morning Destiny to win the $75,000 Glitter Woman Stakes by a neck.
Defending champion Monaco was the pacesetter last season, scoring 107 in the league and more than 150 overall.
Atletico remained in second place at six points behind Barcelona before the pacesetter visits fourth-place Real Madrid on Saturday.
The surprising thing is that Chrysler, and not Toyota – the hybrid pacesetter – was the first to market with an electrified minivan.
United and Manchester City are the early pacesetters in the league, separated by only goal difference.
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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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