Words nearby triumvirate
How to use triumvirate in a sentence
It’s perhaps unsurprising that the most full-featured plays in this arena are coming from the cloud services triumvirate, with Google, Microsoft and Amazon each making significant strides in recent months.Cloud-gaming platforms were 2020’s most overhyped trend|Lucas Matney|December 11, 2020|TechCrunch
NBCUniversal, meanwhile, could coax its parent company Comcast into combining Quibi’s mobile video service into some triumvirate with Comcast’s Xfinity Flex connected TV platform and NBCUniversal’s Peacock streamer.How TV networks are setting up for the expanding ad-supported streaming war|Tim Peterson|September 23, 2020|Digiday
In other words, AT&T was building its advertising business around the triumvirate of DirecTV-WarnerMedia-Xandr.As AT&T considers downsizing its media business, whither WarnerMedia?|Tim Peterson|September 2, 2020|Digiday
Successful politicians seek to marry a triumvirate of charisma, certitude, and leadership.
After founder Avraham Stern was killed, Shamir became part of Lehi's ruling triumvirate.
Beyond this triumvirate I struggle to recall something or someone truly remarkable.
To insure popular favor, he abolished the laws of the triumvirate, and reformed many abuses.
Vandyke, Reynolds, Titian—he deemed these the great triumvirate of portraiture.Art in England|Dutton Cook
The Third Triumvirate went down to breakfast with small appetite.The Varmint|Owen Johnson
The alliance of these three men is called the First Triumvirate.A Treasury of Heroes and Heroines|Clayton Edwards
Persuasion was first employed; but, that failing, the triumvirate were prepared to resort to force.History of the Rise of the Huguenots|Henry Baird
British Dictionary definitions for triumvirate
- a board of three officials jointly responsible for some task
- the political alliance of Caesar, Crassus, and Pompey, formed in 60 bc (First Triumvirate)
- the coalition and joint rule of the Roman Empire by Antony, Lepidus, and Octavian, begun in 43 bc (Second Triumvirate)