3 results for: bandwagon
band·wag·on [band-wag-uhn] Pronunciation Key
|1.||a wagon, usually large and ornately decorated, for carrying a musical band while it is playing, as in a circus parade or to a political rally.|
|2.||a party, cause, movement, etc., that by its mass appeal or strength readily attracts many followers: After it became apparent that the incumbent would win, everyone decided to jump on the bandwagon.|
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|band·wag·on (bānd'wāg'ən) Pronunciation Key
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|1.||a popular trend that attracts growing support; "when they saw how things were going everybody jumped on the bandwagon"|
|2.||a large ornate wagon for carrying a musical band; "the gaudy bandwagon led the circus parade"|
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