Example sentences for: inroads

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

  • The initial report of increased risk of breast cancer and modification of other risk factors by variability in CYP17 was promising for breast cancer research [ 1 ] . Steroid hormones clearly play a large role in breast cancer etiology, and identification of risk associated with genetic differences in their biosynthesis and metabolism could greatly elucidate mechanistic pathways and make inroads towards prevention for public health.

  • Then in the 1870s and 1880s the modern mass retailer—the department store, the mail order house, and the chain store—started to make inroads on the wholesaler’s markets.

  • The Post piece says Castro is making diplomatic inroads in the English-speaking Caribbean as U.S. aid drops, while the NYT notes that it was the U.S. that actually finished the airport the Cubans were working on at the time of the invasion.

  • Tourism is making inroads, and restaurants have been designed with day-trippers in mind, but the village remains pristine.

  • The WSJ and the WP report that Kodak is set to announce a deal with AOL designed help the film manufacturer counteract inroads on its business being made by computerized photography: You bring your film into a Kodak authorized developer and the snaps are returned digitally to your AOL account.


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