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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
Recent Examples of vanguard from the Web
LaTosha Brown, a co-founder of Black Voters Matter and an NCBCP board member, said Black women have always been on the vanguard of social change and progress in this country.
That state government has ben in the vanguard of supporting spaceports.
Shutterstock California often claims to be on the vanguard of national issues and trends.
BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, has been in the vanguard of pushing companies for better behavior.
Major League Baseball today, like law, medicine, music, art and virtually all human pursuits, is the vanguard of specialists.
Blockers belongs to a new vanguard of teen comedies, like Neighbors 2 and Love, Simon, that wear progressive credentials on their sleeves.
Investors endorsed Chief Executive Elon Musk’s vision that Tesla will be at the vanguard of a world with all-electric cars that drive themselves.
The students at the vanguard of Saturday’s March for Our Lives — arms locked tightly, voices raised in fiery defiance — could plant a glimmer of hope even in a heart utterly broken by the desecrations of the last year or so.
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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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