Synonym: cutting edge, head, vanguard. Similar words: the front line, frontier, confront, in front of, confrontation, come from, free from, date from. Meaning: n. 1. the part in the front or nearest the viewer 2. the position of greatest importance or advancement; the leading position in any movement or field.
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1, Education remains at the forefront of the state's planning.
2, They have been at the forefront of the campaign for political change.
3, He was at the forefront of the pro-democracy campaign in the country.
4, The company has always been at the forefront of science and technology.
5, She was one of the politicians at/in the forefront of the campaign to free the prisoners.
6, This question remained at the forefront of her mind.
7, The court case was constantly in the forefront of my mind.
8, She came to the forefront as governor after the political change.
9, Prison conditions have been pushed to the forefront of public debate.
10, Try to keep safety in the forefront of your mind at all times.
11, His team are at the forefront of scientific research into vaccines.
12, Fear of unemployment was at the forefront of everyone's minds.
13, The new product took the company to the forefront of the computer software market.
14, Women have always been at the forefront of the Green movement.
15, The new product took the company to the forefront of the computer software field.
16, The pension issue was not at the forefront of his mind in the spring of 1985.
17, At the forefront is a traction control system.
18, Character, personality and motives are to the forefront.
19, Meleager slays his uncles, who are in the forefront of those who would destroy Atalanta.
20, Issues of animal exploitation are currently at the forefront of discussions with decision makers in both health and industry.
21, Artcare have been at the forefront in the production of portfolios for the discerning artist since 1938.
22, The new factory could put the town back at the forefront of steelmaking.
23, The main leaders of the government at all levels should stand in the forefront of the fighting against flood.
24, Since its inception in 1968,(http://sentencedict.com/forefront.html) the company has been at the forefront of computer development.
25, This latest protest has brought prison conditions to the forefront of public attention.
26, Through their own efforts, deaf people were in the forefront of Glasgow society.
27, Only through such a merger, they insisted, could the United States stay in the forefront of the telecommunications revolution.
28, Nevertheless, it is clear that fraternities have been in the forefront of bias-related incidents.
29, That confirms that the United Kingdom is at the forefront in implementing single market measures.
30, The weapons were therefore a superior product at the forefront of developments in alloying.
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