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front row

noun (functioning as singular or pl)
1.
(rugby Union)
  1. the forwards at the front of a scrum
  2. (as modifier): perhaps the finest front-row forward in the world
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  • There they are, seated in rows, the two new guests in the front row.

    Wagner at Home Judith Gautier
  • I think if you were to sit in the front row of the stalls, Mr. MacDermott!

    The Foolish Lovers St. John G. Ervine
  • The priests in the front row of spectators fell prone upon their faces.

    A King of Tyre James M. Ludlow
  • And Lantier was indeed there in the front row, listening and coolly looking on.

    L'Assommoir Emile Zola
  • In the front row not far from where his own parents sat, he sighted both Mr. Maxwell and Mr. Brennan.

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