Examples of soapbox in a Sentence
some readers don't appreciate that she sometimes uses her book blog as a soapbox for her political views
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The others, including Carey Mulligan’s Detective Inspector Kip Glaspie and John Simm’s Labor politician David Mars, either apologize or orate furiously about moral duty, soapbox-style.
Vladimir Lenin, the soapbox crank and columnist who went on to rule an empire, had also found refuge in Zurich when the czar kicked him out of his homeland.
The city holds an annual adult soapbox derby and naked bike ride and is known for its specialty shops, food carts, microbreweries and generously tattooed residents.
About 15 minutes after the Longhorns’ 51-41 season-opening loss to Maryland, Tom Herman sauntered to his postgame soapbox in the Moncrief-Neuhaus Athletic Center and tried making sense of it all.
Program host Jimmy Kimmel and other celebs turned their stage and red carpet into Trump-bashing soapboxes for anti-cop rants, open-borders pleas, and Quran promotion.
That’s a popular soapbox moment for him with NFL quarterback.
Still, the last reason driving Mr. de Blasio to the soapbox may be the most telling: Railing at dead white hateful males is lots more fun than doing the hard work required to improve city life for New Yorkers.
No person as reserved as Parker takes to the soapbox without purpose.
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First Known Use of soapbox
SOAPBOX Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of soapbox for English Language Learners
: a box or small platform that someone stands on to give a speech to people in an outdoor, public place
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