Examples of pivotal in a Sentence
She is at a pivotal point in her career.
the report was missing a pivotal piece of information
Recent Examples of pivotal from the Web
Meglioranza and Uchida did not indulge in extreme dynamics or excessive stretching of pivotal moments.
First lady Melania Trump and Conway, who has played a pivotal role in developing the administration's approach to the opioid crisis, are among those scheduled to accompany the president.
The opening of the new segment on March 31, after a 5K run across the virgin blacktop, will be a pivotal moment for suburban commuters, tourists and motorists passing through the region.
There are veterans in pivotal roles sprinkled amid all the one-and-done talent that grabs the headlines.
The striker then went onto reflect on a pivotal moment in his season which came after Juventus' 6-2 win over Udinese in October.
Lucky for us cameras are allowed in delivery rooms! Pure emotion at life's most pivotal moments is very difficult to capture.
Jacobson, who served both the George H.W. Bush and Ronald Reagan White Houses, is the type of candidate some Republicans hoped would challenge Cruz after the senator’s pivotal role in triggering a partial government shutdown in 2013.
Eleanor's friend Cathy has fallen in love with a black man, and a pivotal moment in the story arrives when Eleanor finally pieces the truth together and fixes her old friend with an ice-cold stare.
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Definition of pivotal for English Language Learners
: very important
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