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To miss that point is to miss just one of the many dimensions in which they truly were breaking new ground.

When Broadway shows were inventive, regularly breaking new ground, and then ultimately, became movies?

Just to be clear, the Times did its own reporting, but conveyed the impression it was breaking new ground.

"I'm in favor of breaking new ground tomorrow, Doc," he observed with energy, looking across at his employer.

Man is a pioneer; aggressive, progressive, ever breaking new ground; conquering new territory and new forces of Nature.

Here he was breaking new ground, and verging on that which it was the policy and the aspiration of his life to avoid.

I was so fascinated by the unexpected results of my first effort that I tried again, this time breaking new ground.

I had heard of such gatherings in provincial places and East End halls; but this invasion of the West was breaking new ground.


On this page you'll find 214 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to breaking new ground, such as: contemporary, ingenious, inventive, new, original, and avant-garde.

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