Definition of "blue-ribbon"
  1. Composed of people chosen based on their exceptional quality, acknowledged reputation, or recognized authority
How to use "blue-ribbon" in a sentence
  1. The mayor assembled a blue-ribbon committee to investigate the city's financial crisis.
  2. The university established a blue-ribbon panel of experts to suggest improvements.
  3. The commission was a blue-ribbon body tasked with setting healthcare standards.

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