American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Suggestive of one that blazes a trail; setting out in a promising new direction; pioneering or innovative: trailblazing research; a trailblazing new technique.
“This week's obituaries refer to her "trailblazing" talent.”
“Reuters today recounts the amazing career of Ms. Brooks, who the news agency describes as a "trailblazing" tabloid editor, who rose through the ranks in Britain's tabloid market to become editor of the News of the World in 2000, a key lieutenant to Mr. Murdoch, and a friend to Mr. Cameron.”
“Six "trailblazing" forces are to go further in developing crime maps.”
“Tributes have been paid to a "trailblazing" human rights lawyer who died after falling under a tube train.”
“There was Microsoft's disappointing effort to launch a digital music player, Zune--which has proven no match for Apple's iPod--and its failure, thus far, to produce a credible rival to the iPad, even though Microsoft led the way with a "trailblazing" tablet PC in 2001.”
“Mpahlwa thanked Uthingo Management for the "trailblazing" way it had conducted the lotto in the first seven-year licence period.”
“President Barack Obama Monday nominated Elena Kagan, a "trailblazing" legal scholar, to the”
“Obama names 'trailblazing' Kagan as Supreme Court pick”
“Tributes have been paid to a "trailblazing" lawyer at a top immigration law firm who died after falling under a Tube train.”
“The Forest for the Trees, "a minor sensation this festival season, and further invitations have rolled in - including one from Sundance, a year after the 'trailblazing' American indie festival actually rejected the film.”
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