noun (functioning as singular or plural)
- the forwards at the front of a scrum
- (as modifier)perhaps the finest front-row forward in the world
- front of house,
- front office,
- front projection,
- front range,
- front room,
- front royal,
- front runner,
- front up,
- front walkover,
Examples from the Web for front row
We have a front-row seat to the devastation visited upon immigrant communities by this administration.
We had front-row seats to this crazy, intense fight between the two strongest warrior characters on the show.
Olympian Ryan Lochte has parlayed his success in London into front-row seats at New York Fashion Week.
That first week of January 2008, Iowa was the center of the universe, and thanks to my husband I had a front-row seat.
By the end, he had given me a front-row seat at one of the great financial meltdowns in recent history.
Forrester saw the front-row blonde rise slowly and gracefully.Pagan Passions|Gordon Randall Garrett
She always had a front-row seat at witch dances in Africa, and the thing had become a habit.The Girl on the Boat|Pelham Grenville Wodehouse
Settling themselves into their front-row seats, they fingered their programmes, and felt like Royalty.The Promise of Air|Algernon Blackwood
The lucky ones in the front-row seats call back: “A hundred and eighteen drachmas.”With the French in France and Salonika|Richard Harding Davis
The Misses Forbes, invariably the first comers, had taken possession of front-row seats.Tutors' Lane|Wilmarth Lewis