Example sentences for: insiders

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

  • Gerson didn't return my phone calls, but the assumption that he is responsible for most of the intellectual and historical references in Bush's speeches--such as a tribute to Albert Shanker of the American Federation of Teachers in last week's address--is widespread among conservative insiders.

  • Culturebox's friends at Lingua Franca , the magazine for academic insiders, have a hot scoop: They've learned that James Mackay, the author of an acclaimed new biography, Alexander Graham Bell: A Life (John Wiley & Sons), has been accused of plagiarizing substantial portions of his book from a 1973 biography of Bell by Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Robert V. Bruce.

  • Nationalism becomes a virtue if it avoids hatred of outsiders as it encourages mutual respect among insiders.

  • But the heat has taken its toll on the crop's quality: "This isn't good weed," bummed-out insiders report.

  • Still, few insiders will be shocked to hear that supposed progressives receive much of their funding from wealthy reactionaries, or even that supposed experts are actually making it up as they go along.


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