Examples of trio in a Sentence
He plays in a jazz trio.
the band was just a trio of musicians on piano, drums, and saxophone
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Outside hitter Kylie Filipiak, middle hitter Hannah Noveroske and libero Allison Ruhe are a trio of stars. 3.
After making six albums in six years, multiplatinum country crossover trio Lady Antebellum, which performs Friday, Sept. 1, in Nampa, took a break.
A trio of sophomores are also back for the Bulldogs: Elza Vardanyan, Shushan Papoyan and Bella La Manna, who will all likely play singles.
The company’s trio of founders is determined to stay independent.
Seventh-year head coach Vasilios Merkouris, who has coached all three sisters, said the trio has some common traits.
House Minority Leader Jim Ward, a Wichita Democrat, joined by a trio of Democratic House lawmakers, had called for a pay increase of 10 percent for corrections officers that would take effect Sept. 1.
A trio of septuagenarians — Nancy Pelosi, 77, Steny H. Hoyer, 78, and James E. Clyburn, 77 — have dominated House leadership for more than a decade.
But the chiefs of other behemoths, such as Leon Black of Apollo, or David Rubenstein, William Conway and Daniel D’Aniello, the trio behind and atop Carlyle, have largely kept silent about their heirs.
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First Known Use: circa 1724See Words from the same year
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