keynote speech

NOUN
  1. a speech setting forth the keynote
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How To Use keynote speech In A Sentence

  • Professor Sir Harry Kroto, Nobel Laureate and honorary fellow of the university, will lead the congratulations in a keynote speech.
  • He was attending an event in Hong Kong where he delivered a keynote speech.
  • Mr Kinnock intends to reinforce his conviction that Labour is in a position to win in his keynote speech tomorrow.
  • The Labour leader was much more relaxed and natural than for his keynote speech the day before. Times, Sunday Times
  • Both gave keynote speeches at their party's conventions. The Sun
  • In a keynote speech, she will say that people power has transformed the world and politicians must change tack or lose office. The Sun
  • Not so much of a keynote speech as a duff note speech. Times, Sunday Times
  • The conference began with keynote speeches from Kurzwiel and Tapscott.
  • The humble-sounding Tory leader, in his keynote speech to the party conference in Bournemouth, pledged to make accountability his watchword and said they could deliver.
  • Caroline Spelman's keynote speech as environment secretary got its biggest claps for pledges to protect rural services (her beat) and declaring she had cut more than one-third of the 90 quangos she inherited. Have the Conservatives gone from green to blue?
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