Example sentences for: and--most

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

  • The Carter years were represented in Safire's column by a series of associative wordplays--"Billygate," "Waterquiddick," "peanutgate," "Koreagate," and--most significantly--"Lancegate."

  • Roger Altman is a former deputy treasury secretary and continuing Clinton intimate whose investment company, Evercore Partners, owns American Media, which in turn owns the National Enquirer , the Star , and--most appalling of all, because it is so clearly the most nutty tabloid in America--the Weekly World News .

  • Pressured by Gina's spooky uncle (a superbly restrained turn by Burt Young) into auctioning off a paranoid son's painting--a resurrected Jesus putting holes in disloyal disciples with a submachine gun--Michael must simultaneously keep the gangsters happy, his fiancee (who'll pull the plug on the engagement if she finds out he's enmeshed in the family business) in the dark, the FBI from discovering the collusion, and--most important in farce--a semblance of dignity.

  • While the land mine has been proscribed by three-quarters of U.N. members (not including Russia, China, India and--most important--the United States), Angola remains "its macabre shop window," the paper said.

  • These are sent out to people who might generate buzz for the book: blurbists, bookers for television talk shows, editors, and--most important--book critics.


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