out front

ADVERB
  1. leading or ahead in a competition
    way out front in the race
    our candidate is in the lead in the polls
    the advertising campaign put them out front in sales
    the horse was three lengths ahead going into the home stretch
    ahead by two pawns
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How To Use out front In A Sentence

  • A beaten-up truck pulled into the loading zone out front and two men wearing lifting belts climbed out, speaking Spanish. Three Stages of Amazement
  • You had to see the lozenge shapes in the drum at the base of the Americana in the context of the tail fins parked out front: This was a motor hotel in the city.
  • No To Ambulance Fees" signs are stacked near oxygen tanks and scuffed fire helmets, and a scrolling message board out front crystallizes their two-fisted appeal for autonomy and tradition: "Keep our service free. Fight over Montgomery County ambulance fee continues
  • Tables groaning with bargain-priced DVDs and VCDs are set up out front.
  • May 12, 2008, a magnitude about 8.0 large earthquake has taken place in Wenchuan County at Sichuan Province,China. In spite of the big earthquake, we will not shake the resolve and even bigger rain, we poured immortal love. Without frontiers, Chinese people's love spread in the disaster.
  • Investigators say that a blown out front tire on the bus had been re-treaded which is a violation of safety rules. CNN Transcript Aug 11, 2008
  • How does someone manage to projectile vomit all over the footpath out front of McDonalds anyway?
  • May 12, 2008, a magnitude about 8.0 large earthquake has taken place in Wenchuan County at Sichuan Province,China. In spite of the big earthquake, we will not shake the resolve and even bigger rain, we poured immortal love. Without frontiers,(Sentencedict) Chinese people's love spread in the disaster.
  • Tobias softly closed the door and slunk upstairs to a window that overlooked the streets out front only to confirm his assumption that cops were watching his house.
  • The towers are out front, with the rest of the New York skyline in the background.
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