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Sentence count:65+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-21Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: wagonagonydrag onparagonagonizeantagonismantagonistsandwichMeaning: n. 1. a popular trend that attracts growing support 2. a large ornate wagon for carrying a musical band. 
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1. The keep-fit bandwagon started rolling in the mid 80s.
2. Competitors have jumped on the bandwagon and started building similar machines.
3. So what is really happening as the information bandwagon starts to roll?
4. The Scottish Nationalist bandwagon is gathering pace.
5. The World Cup bandwagon is starting to roll.
6. They seem to have got an anti-government bandwagon rolling.
7. Many farms are jumping on the bandwagon and advertising organically grown food.
8. There is now a bandwagon effect with more and more firms joining the scheme.
9. Other leading manufacturers have jumped on the bandwagon.
10. And everyone tried to climb on the bandwagon.
11. So how do you hop on the bandwagon?
12. Publishers are rushing to get on the microcomputer bandwagon.
13. It made a powerful bandwagon for people with different agendas.
14. Competitors are certain to jump on the bandwagon with rival systems and Nimslo's much-vaunted patents could be unable to stop them.
15. The more people jumped on to the bandwagon(, the more others wanted to join them.
16. Companies such as Oracle are jumping on the bandwagon, too, with low-priced network computers.
17. The Communists have climbed on the bandwagon, but only to put the brakes on.
18. Government also jumped on the bandwagon, first with wage restraint policies and later with restrictive monetary policies to reduce inflationary pressures.
19. Leasametric has now jumped on the Tadpole bandwagon and will be an Sparcbook authorised rental company.
20. While prices are rising so fast, many shops think they can climb on the bandwagon and raise their prices, too.
21. I don't want to look as if I'm jumping on a green bandwagon.
22. The success of the product led many firms to try to jump on the bandwagon.
23. Now, other politicians on the campaign trail and on Capitol Hill are scrambling to get on the economic insecurity bandwagon.
24. In every country, intellectuals, too, have jumped on the nationalist bandwagon.
24. try its best to collect and build good sentences.
25. One of the reasons being put forward is that they are jumping on a bandwagon which unfortunately is worldwide.
26. That Getsl Slatkis is a scribbler who has climbed on to the revolutionary bandwagon.
27. And other quick-serve restaurant chains, such as Boston Market, are jumping on the bandwagon.
28. If the petition is advertised, more creditors may jump on the bandwagon.
29. Northern California golf clubs increasingly are joining the plastic-spikes-only bandwagon, but the legal implications are not lost on some.
30. Car 68 was withdrawn and replaced in the following year by a modernistic design, which eventually became known as the Bandwagon.
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