Thesaurus / fanfare
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Then a column of dust advanced along the road from which the fanfare resounded like the scream of the hawk from the gray fog.
BARBARA BLOMBERG, COMPLETEGEORG EBERS
The Herald now blows a fanfare and the officers march into the council ground with the colors and the color guard.
THE BOOK OF CAMP-LORE AND WOODCRAFTDAN BEARD
He was a seven-months child, and there was no fanfare of welcome at his coming.
MARK TWAIN, A BIOGRAPHY, 1835-1910, COMPLETEALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
We know there is a higher love for country than that begotten by the fanfare of the Fourth of July.
AMONG THE FORCESHENRY WHITE WARREN
The Emperor and the Empress bowed their thanks, and the dancers retired, and the orchestra sounded a fanfare.
THE SUNNY SIDE OF DIPLOMATIC LIFE, 1875-1912LILLIE DEHEGERMANN-LINDENCRONE
At this instant the American girls were convinced that the fanfare of trumpets was expressing a more ardent welcome.
THE CAMP FIRE GIRLS IN GLORIOUS FRANCEMARGARET VANDERCOOK
A fanfare of trumpets on the second motive ends the movement.
Bindings of this period are very choice, but not so elaborate as the development of the fanfare eventually made them.
BOOK COLLECTINGJOHN HERBERT SLATER
Its war delegation came over without any fanfare of the trumpets of publicity.
THE GLORY OF THE COMINGIRVIN S. COBB
Before the close we hear the first fanfare of trumpet from the opening symphony, that has the ring of a motto of the whole.
WORDS RELATED TO FANFARE
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