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Origin of pioneer
OTHER WORDS FROM pioneerun·pi·o·neer·ing, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for pioneer
Oregon wine pioneer David Lett first planted pinot gris in the Willamette Valley in 1970, and today his son Jason continues to produce the standard-bearer for this grape in the Pacific Northwest.Food-friendly wines to pair with your Thanksgiving dishes|Dave McIntyre|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
Snapchat helped pioneer the use of lenses on faces in photos and videos to turn ordinary picture messages into fantastical creations where humans can look like, say, cats, and even cats can wear festival-chic flower crowns.Snap acquired Voisey, an app to create music tracks overlaying your own vocals|Ingrid Lunden|November 20, 2020|TechCrunch
Evenflo’s general counsel could not be reached for comment but has said in the past that the company has been a pioneer in side-impact testing and that its seats are safe, effective and affordable.House Subcommittee Says Proposed Booster Seat Safety Rules Fall Short|by Patricia Callahan|November 19, 2020|ProPublica
You remember, there is a story about solar impulse with Bertrand Piccard, a pioneer who did a world tour with a plane powered by the sun.Leveraging collective intelligence and AI to benefit society|Jason Sparapani|November 18, 2020|MIT Technology Review
That policy gives Nio, which is pioneering battery-swapping services, greater flexibility on how it prices its models.A six-year-old Chinese electric vehicle startup is now more valuable than GM|eamonbarrett|November 13, 2020|Fortune
I think they could learn something from their pioneering forebear.David Garth, the Consultant Who Talked Up to Voters|Jeff Greenfield|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Violence against women continues to plague Turkey, and a pioneering new female political party blames Erdogan's machismo.
The pioneering geographer Bernard Nietschmann once contended “more indigenous territory has been claimed by maps than by guns.”
A pioneering photographer in the 1950s, Bunny Yeager discovered the iconic Bettie Page and helped establish pin-ups.
Veteran illustrator Howard Brodie was on the case, pioneering the rising art form.O.J., Martha, Jagger, and Manson: Capturing Celebrities in the Dock|Justin Jones|May 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
No food has yet been found which can take its place for army and navy use or in pioneering.The Easiest Way in Housekeeping and Cooking|Helen Campbell
Pioneering life is a passing phase; the girl homesteader is exceptional.The American Country Girl|Martha Foote Crow
But this will be a pioneering expedition to open the way, at least, for the painter.The Heart of Nature|Francis Younghusband
The money that he invested outside of his own business was put into pioneering enterprises.Cyrus Hall McCormick|Herbert Newton Casson
Was this not due to the extraordinary number of repressions the life of pioneering involved?The Ordeal of Mark Twain|Van Wyck Brooks
British Dictionary definitions for pioneer (1 of 3)
- a colonist, explorer, or settler of a new land, region, etc
- (as modifier)a pioneer wagon