Example sentences for: agenda

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

  • Within the first few days after Bush's inauguration, Clarke approached Rice in an effort to get her-and the new President-to give terrorism very high priority and to act on the agenda that he had pushed during the last few months of the previous administration.

  • What light do they shed on Bradley's presidential competence or agenda?

  • They were not clearly linked to Attila’s Huns, but their harsh agenda of exterminating Buddhists does suggest an affinity.

  • Or is he painting a dark background to lend the illusion of luster to his pale moral agenda?

  • As I see it, Columbine hit more of a cultural chord than the Atlanta murders because Americans are in turmoil about children and teen-agers: On the one hand, everyone's political agenda is rationalized as protecting children, whether it's censorship and drug testing or welfare and gun control; on the other, adults are fearful of young people, feel that they're out of control, and at the same time guilty about the many ways kids are being shortchanged in this enormously pressured, work-obsessed, and uptight environment.


How many words do you know? Try our free vocabulary size test!


Search

Search for example sentences

Loading Loading...
Quantcast