Example sentences for: pegged

How can you use “pegged” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Here's what the world looked like in 1960: Almost all countries had fixed exchange rates with their currencies pegged to the U.S. dollar.

  • Time 's cover story is pegged to the release of testimony in the Paula Jones case.

  • Also in Newsweek , a piece pegged to the movie Volcano says that volcanoes threaten 500 million people worldwide, but not the citizens of Los Angeles.

  • An article pegged to the three current volcano movies says that the world's 550 active volcanoes threaten 500 million people (including everyone at Slate headquarters!)

  • News and Time gushed about "Clintonism," the Standard offers its own definition (pegged to the State of the Union): "Clintonism transforms your most parochial worries into matters of state," dealing with picayune issues rather than genuine ones.

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