Examples of protégé in a Sentence
He was a protégé of the great composer.
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Ever proud of his protege, the late former MSU coach never hesitated to share wisdom with Izzo, his players Tom Izzo couldn’t go a week without dropping Jud Heathcote’s name during an interview.
But Maduro — protege of the late President Hugo Chavez, an anti-U.S. firebrand — has seized on Trump’s comments as a rallying cry, even as U.S. officials have tried to tamp down the prospect of any military involvement.
A special assistant to the President and former Breitbart employee, Hahn is an anti-immigration hardliner who’s often described as Bannon’s protege.
Leave it to his proteges Grey to turn that thoughtful repose into a boundless future bass jam.
McMaster's allies have accused Bannon and his protege Sebastian Gorka, a cable-news mainstay, of waging a concerted campaign to minimize the national security adviser's influence.
The same musician who secretly married his 15-year-old protege Aaliyah and produced her album called, ahem, 'Age Ain't Nothing But a Number' has been repeatedly sued for inappropriate contact with girls and has settled multiple cases out of court.
Thirty years later, Moore — one of his proteges in Atlanta — would build another championship team.
Buemi's stand-in, Red Bull F1 protege, Pierre Gasly, did him proud, battling the Mahindras in his Renault e.dams entry and overtaking Audi's di Grassi on the final corner to reduce his points tally.
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First Known Use: 1786See Words from the same year
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