sea change

  1. a profound transformation
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How To Use sea change In A Sentence

  • However, there has been a sea change in the perception of the conventions.
  • Did McCain undergo some sea change of torture opinion after voting YEA on the Military Commissions Act of 2006? “Life is not 24″
  • This sort of party could appeal to sea changers and people in the larger regional centres, as well as traditional rural voters.
  • Opponents of this sea change were aghast and direfully warned that if this were to occur, the sky would fall and civilization as we know it would come to an end.
  • The new team will set about designing a massive sea change in organisational practice which will actually boil down to more forms, more processes, more bureaucracy and another chunk of front line money feeding the ever greedy rear echelon as they scramble to adjust to the new all mighty teams diktats. Sir Ronnie Flanagan - HMIC Policing Report « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • Somewhere, somewhen, there was a sea change in the American mind.
  • "Sea changers" aren't just going to the Australian coast in search of a better lifestyle; they're heading west.
  • Alongside its dramatic demographic consequences, no-fault divorce prompted a sea change in conventional understandings of marriage.
  • It's maybe only a percentage point or two but that's a sea change from where people have been. Times, Sunday Times
  • Maybe it is part of a whole sea change in popular culture about literature. Times, Sunday Times
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