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Examples of vanguard in a Sentence
a style of jazz that the vanguard quickly recognized as new and exciting
talk radio is often regarded as being in the vanguard of the conservative movement
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Most Germans consider themselves in the vanguard of the gender equality movement.
The political left is now repeating that mistake as its cultural and political vanguard sends a message of condescension, hostility and now ostracism to anyone who voted for Mr. Trump or has worked with or for him for the good of the country.
Last night's premiere of Ocean's 8 in New York City saw a parade of summer-ready beauty looks—but for Rihanna, the event simply doubled as yet another chance to remind onlookers of her vanguard status.
In a lot of ways, Ghetto Gastro is in the vanguard of this shift.
By Robert Dietrich and Wayne Carlson, Tribune staff writers CAMP PENDLETON — The vanguard of perhaps 70,000 Southeast Asian refugees began building new lives here today.
Before that, the vanguards of the movement were imports from other, more developed restaurant cultures.
The work of another French designer known as the vanguard of the avant-garde is on display at SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film.
At the vanguard of the resistance is the SPD’s youth organization, the Jusos, which has vowed to continue its opposition to a grand coalition with a membership drive that appears to be showing some success.
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Origin and Etymology of vanguard
VANGUARD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vanguard for English Language Learners
: the group of people who are the leaders of an action or movement in society, politics, art, etc.
the vanguard : the soldiers, ships, etc., that are at the front of a fighting force that is moving forward
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