Noun(1) arrival that has been awaited (especially of something momentous(2) the season including the four Sundays preceding Christmas(3) (Christian theology
(1) I set the record for least amount of press conferences than any president since the advent of television.(2) Most importantly, there is no tap water here, and the wells dry up with the advent of summer.(3) Tim spoke with Doris about fashion, the advent of the jean and the art of the timeless.(4) The advent of relatively cheap satellite television and the internet may one day put an end to these lunatics.(5) The advent of the suicide bomber makes it impossible to cope with the terrorist.(6) This debate did not begin yesterday or with the advent of New Labour in political office.(7) Before the advent of Jesus Christ there was nothing like Christianity.(8) The advent of factions was an attempt to smooth over this alienation within the parties.(9) Did the advent of the use of paper for taking notes kill off some of our memory skills?(10) He obviously didn't take into account the advent of the fly-on-the-wall documentary.(11) The advent of audio cassettes and prompters for the visually impaired seem to be a blessing.(12) the advent of television(13) The advent of the Third World War and its consequences are discussed in many of the papers.(14) With the advent of digital photography, he was quick to realise the new creative possibilities.(15) Except that the advent of this romantic reality has been accompanied by a slow poisoning of the romantic dream.(16) Angels from heaven informed the shepherds of the advent of Jesus.
(1) Advent :: Advent
1. arrival ::
2. coming ::
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