Noun(1) the leading units moving at the head of an army(2) any creative group active in the innovation and application of new concepts and techniques in a given field (especially in the arts(3) the position of greatest importance or advancement; the leading position in any movement or field
(1) Over the years the economic ebb and flow dictated political change, with the educated middle classes typically at the vanguard of reform movements.(2) the prototype was in the vanguard of technical development(3) The political groups aspiring to power today emerged in the late 1980s and formed a vanguard of the independence movement.(4) News last week that the UK is close to setting up the world's first stem cell bank was hailed as another step in the right direction, putting Britain firmly in the vanguard of stem cell research.(5) If the vanguard gets too far ahead of the supply train, it will run short of food, fuel and ammunition.(6) He argues that the creation of three new rail stations, the introduction of park-and-ride facilities and the opening up of greenways for buses places the city in the vanguard of 21st-century urban development.(7) the experimental spirit of the modernist vanguard(8) They are at the vanguard of the technical revolution, cramming their homes with more and more of the latest gadgets.(9) We want Australians to be in the vanguard of the worldwide knowledge revolution.(10) It is no wonder that islands, stationed on the front lines of both the rising tides of climate change and a vulnerability to high oil prices, are in the vanguard of the hydrogen push.(11) Some protest about the idea of a vanguard , a party offering leadership to the working class, a notion they denounce as ├ö├ç├┐elitist├ö├ç├û.(12) In that case, some of the core countries, led by France and Germany, would almost certainly try to go ahead on their own, in a self-styled vanguard group.(13) His greatest contribution to his whole epoch was his determined struggle to build a vanguard party capable of leading the workers in revolution.(14) Student activists abandoned conservative blue collar politics and proclaimed themselves the vanguard of social change.(15) Even though the Bay Area was not in the vanguard of developing a distinct hip-hop style, audiences and dancers have embraced it with a vengeance.(16) Two hundred and four warriors formed the vanguard of the army.
(1) vanguard :: Vanguard
1. forefront ::
2. van ::
3. avant-garde ::
Different Formsvanguard, vanguards
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