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.
Recent Examples of silver lining from the Web
The silver lining here is that the number of accounts Twitter removed in the back half of 2017 was down more than 27 percent from the last six months of 2016.
However, there remains a silver lining for the Eagles as the likes of Wilfried Zaha and Ruben Loftus-Cheek returned from injury as Palace fell to a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Liverpool.
That's the silver lining for anyone who finds himself in the unenviable position of being compared to the onetime Democratic vice-presidential nominee, as President Trump does now.
The silver lining for investors is that Navarro claims the intent of the administration’s tough stance on trade is simply to ‘encourage our trading partners to lower’ their tariffs and barriers to trade.
The silver lining of this very bizarre sequence is Annaliese.
But there's a silver lining here: The Fosters isn't totally over.
Still, the silver lining in Kentucky's season ending shy of the Final Four could be a roster not faced with many of the same pitfalls created by extreme youth next season.
The only silver lining to this situation is that, by all accounts, Gigi and Zayn's breakup was friendly.
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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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