Origin of following
OTHER WORDS FROM followingnon·fol·low·ing, adjective
How to use following in a sentence
But are their followings and their brands synonymous with Vogue?
Serena Williams and Rihanna are undoubtedly famous women and have substantial followings.
Bryan Fuller, who created the two short-lived series with respective rabid cult followings, told The Hollywood Reporter.The ‘Veronica Mars’ Kickstarter Smash: 5 Burning Questions|Kevin Fallon|March 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
One is the presence of not one but three candidates with energetic, enthusiastic followings—Bachmann, Paul, and Cain.Pawlenty’s Huge Iowa Gamble|Jill Lawrence|June 29, 2011|DAILY BEAST
And in the darkness, an entire class of trendmakers was born—users with colossal followings for every link they posted.Facebook's Bully Strategy|Joshua Robinson|June 30, 2010|DAILY BEAST
In spite of this force the district was dominated by three or four leaders, who had large followings and acted in concert.The Pacification of Burma|Sir Charles Haukes Todd Crosthwaite
For such white men as dwelt there had for the most part native followings, and, I may add, native wives.Marie|H. Rider Haggard
The Indians and Mexicans object to being the villains and they've got big sympathetic followings.Reel Life Films|Samuel Kimball Merwin
The political leaders with the largest personal followings are some kind of reformers.The Promise Of American Life|Herbert David Croly
In a republic nothing can be more disastrous than that great political leaders should have large family followings.
British Dictionary definitions for following
- (prenominal) about to be mentioned, specified, etcthe following items
- (as noun)will the following please raise their hands?