Directly to word page Vague search(google)
Home > Spearhead in a sentence

Spearhead in a sentence

  up(0)  down(1)
Sentence count:33+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-13Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: overheardshakespearespeakpearheadpearlaheadbespeakMeaning: n. 1. someone who leads or initiates an activity (attack or campaign etc.) 2. the leading military unit in an attack 3. the head and sharpened point of a spear. v. be the leader of. 
Random good picture Not show
(1) American troops formed the spearhead of the attack.
(2) The group became the spearhead of the labor union movement.
(3) The new managing director will act as spearhead of the campaign.
(4) Moran was the spearhead of the valley's conservation movement.
(5) They are the spearhead of the Imperial army, capable of shattering almost any enemy line under the right circumstances.
(6) Voice over Kington was recently chosen to spearhead a hi-tech answer to job creation.
(7) Poland's trade union Solidarity became the spearhead for revolt against Communist rule.
(8) They became the spearhead of political disaffection which was usually manifested in, the form of strikes.
(9) The spearhead of their sales drive was cooking and water heating, in which their major competitors were the gas boards.
(10) Did Britain direct the spearhead chiefly at Egypt?
(11) I like Spearhead and the Beastie Boys.
(12) A spearhead of tanks led the infantry attack.
(13) What spearhead principle in swimming competitions?
(14) You will spearhead the sales campaign.
(15) He seemed to spearhead every important city so fearlessly and successfully.
(16) It would become the spearhead of a growing southern liberal movement in the 1920's and 1930's.
(17) This week's auction round was meant to spearhead development despite that stalled legislation.
(18) I have some spearhead which hasn't been edged(, wonder it's the result of batch manufacture?
(19) Chinese pop singer Li Yuchun is helping spearhead a new fund to help children with leukaemia.
(20) The upper part of the spearhead is provided with a facula locating device.
(21) Diana was the spearhead of the American invasion of Britain, the celebrity culture,'says Houston. "
(22) This diplomacy served its global strategy and the spearhead was pointed at its major opponent, the former Soviet Unio...
(23) The tight ranks wavered and melted before the driving spearhead, even though it was now sadly deformed and its speed slackened.
(24) Sadly for Graham we haven't got too many players of true international quality to spearhead his attack this way.
(25) Your army contains troops which are very good in hand-to-hand combat - use them to spearhead your advance.
(26) Likewise, public relations may use advertising to support or spearhead a publicity programme to reinforce messages.
(27) In order to control them yesterday's remarks, though weakened tone, but spearhead a more explicit.
(28) Meanwhile, a cargo plane carrying sensitive military weapons goes missing over Pakistan, and Vice President Keaton uses his military expertise to spearhead the situation.
(29) Susan B. Anthony(US)-Fought for women's rights in the United States, including the right to control property, and helped spearhead adoption of the 19th amendment.
(30) During this process, National High - tech Zone should a role of spearhead.
More similar words: overheardshakespearespeakpearheadpearlaheadbespeakspeakerspeak forspeak outspeak upappearhotheadhead forhead onhead offhead upheargo aheadget aheadahead offoreheadso to speakto speak ofheartheardbulkheadheadlinedisappear
Total 33, 30 Per page  1/2  «first  next  last»  goto
Leave a comment
Welcome to leave a comment about this page!
Your name:
Latest commentsInto the comment page>>
More words