center stage

  1. a position of prominence or importance
  2. the central area on a theater stage
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How To Use center stage In A Sentence

  • It certainly doesn't help that, at a time like this, political infighting has begun to compete for center stage.
  • But Stockholder's own creations easily held center stage, blazing away in the brightly lit gallery with plastic agleam and fake fur flying.
  • The characters wear colorful outfits and enact their scenes center stage.
  • In the living room, a large multipaned window swagged in natural linen takes center stage.
  • When the fools have gone home, the politicians take over center stage, although some sharp-tongued critics say there is scarcely any difference between the two.
  • In the absence of leading seeds with first-round byes, lesser contenders took center stage on opening day.
  • Alexander I.. Lebed took center stage to criticize the ailing leader and cast himself as heir apparent.
  • The self-absorbed men take center stage via a series of furtive crouches, runs, hops, and boxing feints.
  • Best of them all was the slow pan of 59 former Oscar winning performers, who were seated in rows of chairs on the center stage.
  • The centre console is a work of technological art, and so is the instrument binnacle, with the tachometer taking center stage, and the digital speedometer resting inside the tach.
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