Example sentences for: all-important

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

  • Although a statute of 1362 required pleadings to be in English and records in Latin, French became the principal language of the law and of legal education, and so continued for 200 years, although Latin remained the standard for the “all-important’ writs.

  • Remember the poll last fall that showed 38 percent of Democrats --let alone the all-important independents--thought less of Bradley when told of his welfare vote?

  • This dress is what Alfred Hitchcock used to call the McGuffin--the all-important object whose pursuit frames a narrative (examples: the Maltese falcon, Charles Foster Kane's sled, and the uranium-packed wine bottles in Hitchcock's own Notorious ). The Love Dress's existence was first speculated upon in the Drudge Report (where it was black) and then on ABC (where it was navy blue).

  • George W. Bush faces a dilemma: If he participates, he risks losing to the social conservatives who dominate GOP straw polls; if he skips the poll, Iowans may spurn him in February's all-important caucuses.

  • They proposed that the small RNAs provided the all-important specificity determinant for silencing.


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