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adjective as in inhabited

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This is classic Finger Lakes riesling from one of the region’s pioneer wineries.

The rocket scientists in the 1960s who were grasping at the location of Venus and other worlds were pioneers in ways that perhaps even they didn’t realize.

Women across Paris, Europe and the rest of the world have connected to the method of expression pioneered by the movement’s founder, 29-year-old radical feminist Marguerite Stern.

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Their landmark legislation has helped create a legal framework for private firms to pioneer more than 200 groundbreaking medical innovations—including the one that saved my life.

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In a blend of travelogue, memoir, and biography, Kankimäki recounts her travels through Japan, Kenya, and Italy, while retracing the steps of 10 remarkable female pioneers from history.

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Ragtime, blues, country, jazz, soul, and rock and roll were all pioneered or inspired by black artists.

They pioneered arena performances and electric light, enabling the first night performances.

Noyce and his partner Gordon Moore also pioneered a new corporate culture at Intel.

When Musk decided he want to make electric cars, he was confronting the world that Ford had pioneered.

Blood transfusions on the battlefield, pioneered by Canadian doctor Norman Bethune in the Spanish Civil War, saved many lives.

He was the last of the old school of veteran leaders who pioneered and founded our commonwealth.

A few of the older ones, the 'old-timers', have 'made good,' and hold positions in the society for which they pioneered.

In many places the leadership and the membership of the church have courageously pioneered the way in times of crisis and change.

He pioneered his cause to the utmost, talking about it, writing studies for it, and setting every one else doing the same.

But here you are caught, as it were, into another world; you are to have the way pioneered before you.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to pioneered, such as: developed, owned, populated, populous, settled, and colonized.

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