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Sentence count:141+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-02Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: distinguishedfamousgreathighimportantnobleoutstandingprominentsuperiorAntonym: namelessunknownSimilar words: preeminentlyeminent domaineminenceimminentprominentcontinentincontinentsubcontinentMeaning: ['emɪnənt]  adj. 1. (used of persons) standing above others in character or attainment or reputation 2. standing above others in quality or position 3. having achieved eminence 4. of imposing height; especially standing out above others. 
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1. He is eminent both as a sculptor and as a portrait painter.
2. An eminent judge has been disbarred for accepting bribes.
3. We are expecting the arrival of an eminent scientist.
4. Several eminent scientists number among his friends.
5. Several eminent scholars number among my friends.
6. The students are expecting the arrival of an eminent scientist.
7. She invoked several eminent scholars to back up her argument.
8. She's an eminent psychiatrist at the Harvard Medical School.
9. I called the eminent scientist for an inter-view.
10. We can see this with eminent men of science.
11. This eminent folklorist, however, has not given a full consideration to the Celtic background.
12. Darling himself designed the first stamp, and an eminent wildlife artist has been conscripted for this purpose each year since.
13. Eminent scientists are clamouring for an outright ban on all chlorine substances.
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14. A politician, however eminent or popular, who lacks that base will not reach or survive at the top.
15. He himself had aspired with eminent success: the conception was a self-educator's dream.
16. While he lived Nehru remained the most eminent spokesman for the Third World.
17. In February 1875 Edward Frankland, an eminent chemist, gave a Discourse on river pollution.
18. Designed by the eminent architect C. J. Phipps, the Royal has enjoyed a history of live theatre since 1884.
19. Some of the most eminent surgeons in London had assured him that his playing days were over.
20. The order was created in 1902 as a special distinction for eminent men and women.
21. This very problem has exercised the minds of some of our most eminent scientists.
22. She even had the impertinence to lecture Loretta on how to be the wife of an eminent clergyman.
23. The power company is taking part of his land by eminent domain.
24. A doctor's reputation is made by the number of eminent men who die under his care. George Bernard Shaw 
25. Her father was a lawyer who wrote, he was quite an eminent man[], of great intelligence; erudite.
26. They subscribe to it not for reasons of caprice, but because eminent judicial authority has reiterated the notion over the years.
27. The choice fell on Lord Gorell, the son of an eminent judge who had inherited his title from his elder brother.
28. When Physioc refused to sell his property, the government condemned it and set about to take it under eminent domain laws.
29. To find myself in the company of so many eminent, discerning and open-minded independent shopkeepers, affords me pleasure beyond expression.
30. I have had my difficulties, after all, with museum curators and eminent professors.
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