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Not surprisingly, more and more investors are now jumping on what can still seem like a techy, trendy bandwagon.

In Paris, other groups are jumping on the bandwagon, with messages about veganism or Uighur repression.

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Even the New York Philharmonic has jumped on the bandwagon with its series of pickup truck throw-downs.

One explanation for falling off the prevention bandwagon comes down to two important predictors of health behaviors.

Google is pitching its newest Nest Thermostat as an entry-level gadget intended for people curious to jump aboard the so-called smart-home bandwagon.

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I personally plead guilty to jumping on that bandwagon without thinking fully about what I was doing.

Not as any kind of bandwagon, but just as a kind of natural evolution.

Non-profits and governments may even need to get on the bandwagon.

But many conventional doctors are also fed up and are jumping on the “alt med” bandwagon.

The test came back negative, but she still jumped on the bandwagon, becoming an avid fan of gluten-free eating.

The realists had won; the rest climbed on the bandwagon but quick; and the temple was cleansed.

Should he jump on the bandwagon of advancement to the stars, hoping to catch the imagination of the voters by it?

There's something in an Irishman that drives him into the bandwagon.

Gid's not to say a teetotaler, but he had to climb into the bandwagon skiff or sink outen sight.

Her eyes were set on the bias and she was painted more colors than a bandwagon.


On this page you'll find 48 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bandwagon, such as: fad, form, look, mode, model, and pattern.

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