forefront

[ fawr-fruhnt, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forefront

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She stood in the forefront of all women for him, just as Captain Anthony stood in the forefront of all men.

Nicanor and Nicodemus stood in the forefront of it and watched.

In all the writings of the time, the theological interest is in the forefront.

By now Chappy Marr had won his way to the forefront of his kind.

And in the forefront, with a laugh upon his lips, hewed Quinton Edge.

It is an aspect of the subject which has been in the forefront of discussion.

Evidently it was the man who had ridden in the forefront of the herd.

It was more strange that he did not dream of the matters in the forefront of his mind.

At this time Education was in the forefront as a subject of interest.

"Let's have a parley first," said Holgate, now in the forefront of the gang.

WORD ORIGIN

late 15c., a Germanic-Latin hybrid, from fore- + front (n.). Originally of buildings; the main modern sense is from military meaning "front rank of an army" (1510s).

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