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Definition of "blue-ribbon" [blue-ribbon]

  • Selected or chosen for special qualifications. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "blue-ribbon" in a sentence
  • "Montana's Flathead Valley, which includes Glacier National Park, a popular ski resort and blue-ribbon fly fishing, has one of the highest unemployment rates in the state."
  • "Last year's experiment with blue-ribbon judging panels, who chose five nominees from the voters 'lists of 10 finalists, has been scrapped, and the nominations will be chosen entirely by popular vote."
  • "The risk is that companies that might have struggled to gain a listing under the scrutiny of lawyers, accountants and investors in a normal IPO process are gaining quick entry to London's blue-ribbon index on the basis of little more than the presentation of three years of audited accounts, the minimum requirement for a premium London listing."
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