Definition of surrogate
Examples of surrogate in a Sentence
He could not attend the meeting, so he sent his surrogate.
The governor and her surrogates asked the public to support the change.
They had their baby through a surrogate.
Recent Examples of surrogate from the Web
When foes become friends, customers become competitors and suppliers become surrogates, refusing to transform our approach is a fool’s bet.
McGann excused Ernest Johnson’s surrogates, who were replaced by Stanback’s second challenger, James Butler, who is also running for mayor.
Although Chicago was born via surrogate, Kim and Kanye were in the delivery room to welcome her and Kim was reportedly the the first person to have skin-to-skin contact with the baby.
Rather than play the role of campaign surrogate, aides say Clinton has carved out a position as a seed investor and strategic adviser of the anti-Trump resistance.
Even not counting the original egg donor and surrogate, the cloning process still requires numerous dogs to produce a single clone.
What doesn't: The film lacks an effective audience surrogate, which keeps it from achieving adequate emotional resonance.
Sure, the candidates have named surrogates (Bill Clinton for Obama, Chris Christie for Romney), but the men themselves have cleared their schedules for Tuesday.
The officials said the West Wing has had little success reaching out to Republicans, in hopes of finding senators or other surrogates to push back against the narrative forming against Jackson.
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: a person or thing that takes the place or performs the duties of someone or something else
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