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centerpiece

noun as in highlight

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“Unheard” is a centerpiece of the ongoing investigation into sexual violence Alaska by the Daily News and ProPublica.

The centerpiece of your Super Bowl party can be brought to life outside through an outdoor digital projector.

The centerpiece of it all, the eponymous palace, would make a Bond villain wince.

From Time

Inflating the power and influence of lefty Twitter scolds is a centerpiece of the Fox News business model.

We chose our centerpiece flowers through a process of sending photos back and forth.

From Fortune

And, just like Katniss, we need rules that make solidarity a centerpiece of shared life, not a desperate act of rebellion.

Walters's battle to put her abusive husband behind bars is the centerpiece of Cynthia Hill's documentary.

American airpower will be the centerpiece of U.S. direct action against the so-called Islamic State.

They boil the leaves of the guayusa tree in the gurgling centerpiece, and gently sip its tea-like drink.

As Lee Fang recounted at The Nation, Obama made them a centerpiece of his campaign.

All this time he had been revealing an unexpected enthusiasm for the little purple forest of lilacs in the centerpiece.

Decorate the table with centerpiece and plate mats or large white cloth with bowl of flowers or fruits in the center.

A large wreath and a low bowl of nut burrs and sprays of bright leaves and berries make a gorgeous centerpiece.

In setting the table have a pumpkin vase of ferns and yellow and white chrysanthemums for the centerpiece.

Mr. Packard settled the matter by removing the huge centerpiece to a side table.

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On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to centerpiece, such as: climax, focal point, heart, hub, keynote, and nucleus.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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