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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But there’s a silver lining for Trump: When the responses are broken down along party lines, the current president fares a bit better.
Still, as our colleague Amy Goldstein points out, the data has a silver lining for ACA advocates.
The mystery buyer's immense gesture of good faith is a silver lining in what, to many, has been a sad narrative on the shuttering of an iconic American business.
There’s a silver lining in the form of a squad of rising stars like Christian Pulisic and John Brooks, who are young enough to be dreaming of a resurgence in 2022.
It’s hard to find a silver lining in Washington’s bipartisan spending cloud.
There’s a silver lining here: Orlando City’s second half was much better.
Meanwhile, McLemore's suicide has had a silver lining for Woodstock.
There is even a Little Caesars location in Charlottesville, Va., so that's a silver lining for Cavaliers fans, right?
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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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