Examples of periphery in a Sentence
the dogs are confined by an invisible electronic fence that runs along the periphery of the yard
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Even though bodyguards have long been on the periphery of the red carpet and celebrity culture, Newton and his fashion smarts are primed for the spotlight right now.
Then there are the people who have not even been able to get jobs in this economy—left-behind people in left-behind places, getting by on the peripheries of the deep hinterland.
But now, during the first year and a half of her ex-husband’s presidency, Ms. Trump has been on the periphery of the Trump universe that had once put the couple in a social whirl of the brightest lights and the biggest names.
The Duchess of Cambridge's younger sister, Pippa Middleton, lives just on the periphery of royalty.
Defensive midfielder Julian Weigl has caught the attention of some of Europe's biggest clubs and could be set for a big money move, while Nuri Şahin and Mahmoud Dahoud spent much of last season on the periphery of Dortmund's squad.
Scholarship now recognized that nonelite actors, often on the periphery of social groups, had the capacity, when called upon, to act as bridges between otherwise isolated social domains, facilitating collective action against the state.
And don't forget about some of the contenders hanging around the periphery.
Straus, who is not seeking re-election, moved around the periphery of this week’s convention in his hometown San Antonio.
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Origin and Etymology of periphery
PERIPHERY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of periphery for English Language Learners
: the outside edge of an area : the area that surrounds a place or thing
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