pioneer[ pahy-uh-neer ]SEE DEFINITION OF pioneer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PIONEER
The pastoral interest is the pioneer interest of a new colony.
A pioneer is a brave fellow, with the courage of his own curiosity.
Mr. Gladstone may be regarded as the pioneer of the movement.
Why, he had promised me that I should have pioneer's rights in the realm of beauty.
He wanted to be a pioneer only in financial paths; and after all, this was our mountain now.
Every old settler knows what a time the pioneer doctors had.
But this is sufficient to illustrate the pioneer character of his work and influence.
Robert's boyhood was spent in an atmosphere characteristic of pioneer life.
A colorful romance of the pioneer West before the Civil War.
Columbus stood in his age as the pioneer of progress and enlightenment.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PIONEER
- come into being
- enter upon
- get going
- get under way
- go ahead
- hit the road
- lay foundation
- make a beginning
- sally forth
- see light
- set in motion
- set out
- set up
- take first step
- take the plunge
- turn on