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    Use "forefront" in a sentence

    forefront example sentences

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    1. It passed the second Pan Solar League expedition en route, arriving here at least six years sooner, though the Heavenly Mother was launched six years earlier and was at the forefront of starship science


    2. It should come as no surprise that Miss Jones’s experience at the forefront of integration and social inclusion should provide her with the moral courage and the fortitude to deal with her next hot political potato


    3. forefront of integration and social inclusion should provide her


    4. The forefront of style among those that could afford it was the advanced surgical procedure that separated the skull into three sections, lifted it away, and put in a net that made all your thoughts available as your user interface to the network


    5. “In this day and society acceptance, it’s in the forefront


    6. Dependency on others is forefront


    7. Owned by Denmark, this is the world’s largest island and it is at the forefront at concerns over melting ice and climate change


    8. the old Abbot, who was at the forefront of the crowd


    9. Being at the forefront of his mind as he fell asleep,


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    Synonyms for "forefront"

    cutting edge forefront vanguard head

    "forefront" definitions

    the part in the front or nearest the viewer


    the position of greatest importance or advancement; the leading position in any movement or field