#WordOfTheDay – This is what bellwether means


Hello Sparkle Writer. How are you doing? Can you recollect what last week’s #WordOfTheDay was? Well, we have another word closely related to it.

Today’s word is ‘bellwether’. Don’t freak out because we’ll tell you what it means.

Bellwether can mean any of the following so please take note and use them appropriately;

indicator of future events, developments or trends; somebody who leads others. or a sheep leading a flock usually wearing a bell around its neck. 

Now here are two examples of this word in a sentence;

Political analysts believe that the House of Representatives election will serve as a bellwether for the Presidential election.

Seun is a bellwether in  her class; her course mates don’t do anything with consulting her.

We hope you infuse this word into your next article when the need arises.

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