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Sentence count:87Posted:2017-04-25Updated:2017-04-25
Similar words: expurgatewaterwaterwayby waterhot waterwaterloowaterfallwatershedMeaning: n. a political scandal involving abuse of power and bribery and obstruction of justice; led to the resignation of Richard Nixon in 1974. 
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1 Headlines blared the Watergate.
2 His involvement in the Watergate evaporated any hope Nixon had for a political career.
3 President Nixon punctuated his Watergate tapes with obscenities.
4 The Watergate cover-up eventually led to Nixon's resignation.
5 The 1970s: Time of bell-bottoms,( disco and Watergate.
6 To them, the Watergate scandal that forced his resignation is distant history.
7 Thus, these Watergate reforms failed to make government and the electoral process more accountable, democratic or honest.
8 The illegal break-in at the Watergate Building was in retrospect quite unnecessary in terms of Nixon's electoral changes in 1972.
9 In the 1970s, he recorded topical songs about Watergate and the Vietnam War.
10 The younger ones remember Watergate, the oil embargo and a contracting economy.
11 One of the negative reminders of Watergate is that the highest officials of government often are above the law.
12 Watergate, the political scandal that so motivated these young people, is 25 years old this year.
13 What Watergate did do, though, was to popularize investigative reporting and bring it into the mainstream.
14 He achieved notoriety as chief counsel to President Nixon in the Watergate break-in.
15 These young people were already in thrall with the Watergate legacy.
16 Newsday, for example, had already won two Pulitzer Prizes for its investigative reports years before Watergate happened.
17 But unbeknown to the public, he already was involved in covering up the Watergate scandal.
18 Today, contributions of the size that shocked the nation in Watergate can legally be made.
19 He first came to national prominence as a member of the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate investigation.
20 But on the morning after the birth of his daughter, even mentioning Watergate seemed wrong.
21 It was the reporters' first encounter with Bradlee on a Watergate story.
22 President Nixon's staff were instructed to close ranks in response to the Watergate arrests.
23 Deep Throat had been explicit in saying the withdrawals financed the Watergate bugging.
24 Woodward and Bernstein had already given journalism glamour and status with the Watergate story.
25 First located downtown, the shop now has a location in tony Chevy Chase and another at the Watergate.
26 Congress has not passed comprehensive campaign finance legislation since 1974, in the wake of the Watergate scandal.
27 It attacks the fundamental flaws and loopholes in the campaign finance regulatory system adopted in the wake of the Watergate scandal.
28 The whole world was waiting for the outcome of the Watergate affair.
29 High-powered investigations of intelligence agencies in the wake of Watergate had revealed much evidence of illicit and unconstitutional behaviour.
30 Richard Nixon feared the moral consequences even as he ordered the snooping campaign that led to Watergate.
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