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[trend-set-ing] /ˈtrɛndˌsɛt ɪŋ/
establishing or influencing a new trend or fashion.
Origin of trendsetting
1955-60; from the verb phrase set a trend; see -ing2 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The trick, then, is to identify such trendsetting subscribers and keep them on board with special discounts and promotions.
  • The modern campaign poster is a slick thing, with message-tested taglines and occasionally trendsetting design.
  • Several trendsetting home-furnishing outfits have rented additional spaces.
  • Not that all this trendsetting necessarily takes a straight and narrow path.
  • In the meantime, check out some of the music from these trendsetting artists.
  • It was likely a custom-built home with the input of an architect, but the design is neither unique nor trendsetting.
  • Her behavior could be scandalous, but was often trendsetting.
  • These initiatives are putting our agency in a trendsetting role in a variety of areas.

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