from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- interj. A command to come to the center of attention of an assemblage, as of military personnel or students.
- adv. At the center of attention.
You'll find me front and center for Fiesta Colorado and Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra during Sketches of Spain and for you romantic culturalists who hate the drive to Boulder, the Colorado Shakespeare Festival brings Romeo & Juliet for a two-night stand in August.
Stepping from the car, Douglas took in the yellow colonial saltbox—a post-and-beam construction with a flat front and center chimney.
“Girl, I like how you think,” he said, throwing his head back in lustful laughter as his dick sprang front and center from its hiding place.
The charges about an Arkansas land deal known as Whitewater were front and center in the mainstream press; Hillary’s law firm had handled legal work for the deal, in which the Clintons had invested when he was governor.
Yes, loden green and navy blue will be standing front and center on your rack, and they are ideal investments—very slimming too.
I wondered what kind of nurturing Felicia had gotten while Whitney's heath crises were front and center in the Hart household.