Examples of rostrum in a Sentence
stood on a rostrum to address the huge crowd
Recent Examples of rostrum from the Web
Arriving at the rostrum Trump picks up a glass of water, holds it for a moment and then, curiously, just sets it back down.
There has been plenty of pomp and circumstance, and even more long-windedness, as governors from coast to coast stepped to rostrums this month to deliver their annual State of the State addresses.
Corcoran signed the two subpoenas on the House rostrum and announced that a process server was in his office, waiting to serve them.
Trump’s overheated language was rare for a U.S. president at the rostrum of the United Nations, but the speech was textbook Trump, dividing the globe into friends and foes and taking unflinching aim at America’s enemies.
The Owensboro Catholic basketball coach was reminiscing from a rostrum Tuesday afternoon at Hillvue Heights Baptist Church, standing a few feet above and just behind the extra-long casket containing his lifelong hero.
Their dorsal fins were not yet erect, their umbilical opening had not closed, and both heads had hair on the rostrums, or beaks—all tell-tale features of newborns.
Trump has not been shy about slamming Kim, whether on Twitter or from the rostrum of the United Nations.
Michael Clevenger/Courier-Journal The sign was propped up next to the rostrum.
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: a small raised platform on a stage
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