Examples of silver lining in a Sentence
If there's a silver lining to losing my job, it's that I'll now be able to go to school full-time and finish my degree earlier.
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The silver lining is the injuries continue to give other players opportunities to step up, Mills said.
As a dubiously great man once said, every crowd has a silver lining.
But the silver lining for Prescott and the Cowboys was the defense minimized damage after each interception.
But the silver lining is, once Luck returns, the Colts will have two quality starting QBs on their roster.
Two years ago former Chargers running back Danny Woodhead said a silver lining to missing most of a season to injury is that his body felt fresher the next year after the rehab and absence of football hits.
The silver lining for seniors is that Social Security won't be going bankrupt, even if its excess cash is depleted, thanks to the way the program is funded.
Some on the Hill see a silver lining in the clouds, however.
The silver lining to the decline of the local newspaper is that there should now be room for both.
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Origin and Etymology of silver lining
First Known Use: 1871See Words from the same year
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Definition of silver lining for English Language Learners
: something good that can be found in a bad situation
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