Definition of trailblazing
: making or pointing a new way trailblazing legislation
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Dre's love of hip hop led him to become part of N.W.A., the trailblazing gangsta-rap group.
A new book about the acclaimed 1991 film Thelma & Louise offers proof that fans weren’t the only ones in awe of its trailblazing characters.
She and her sister Nancy, a guitarist in Heart, were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2013 on the strength of their trailblazing work in the ’70s.
Northwest enjoyed a trailblazing 2016 season with a program-best 10 wins and its first postseason victory.
Mr. Acconci, a trailblazing artist, died last month.
The Best New Restaurant medal went to Shaya, in New Orleans, while Alinea, the trailblazing temple to experimental cuisine in Chicago, captured the prestigious Outstanding Restaurant award.
And the way the trailblazing activist figures it, Washington, DC, is where the fools and the bureaucrats conspire to make things easier for the phone companies to prevent truly universal Net service.
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