verb (used with object)
Words nearby spearhead
Examples from the Web for spearheaded
For the RNC, Uber is just one company that represents the decline of free-market capitalism, spearheaded by the Democratic Party.
For Obama's re-election campaign, Wintour spearheaded successful soirees in New York, Paris, and England.Anna Wintour Hosts DNC Fundraiser; Kimye Heads Back to 'Vogue'|The Fashion Beast Team|May 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The movement was spearheaded by longtime MillerCoors shop floor technician Kelly Harris, who works at the Trenton, Ohio, brewery.
Suzanne was rumored to have spearheaded efforts to see her son Gamal become the next president of Egypt, as many feared.
This means that projects you spearheaded, amid pooh-poohing, are now being valued by people who wish to profit from them.