Eve [noun]

Definition of Eve:

night before

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Sentence/Example of Eve:

On the eve of the 2016 presidential election, Democrats had a mere 1-point advantage.

On the eve of the pandemic’s outbreak in mid-March, Kohl’s had a new turnaround plan it wanted to unveil to Wall Street that it hoped would finally shake years of stagnation.

The company has an ethical obligation not to delay a product that is ready to save lives, despite the risk that a vaccine announced on the eve of a contentious election could stoke partisan perceptions.

Nevertheless, it’s possible that sometime in October, a judge has been nominated and perhaps confirmation hearings are taking place, right on the eve of the election.

A cautionary tale of poor ventilation comes from Guangzhou, China, on the eve of Lunar New Year.

Eve, too, lovely as she is, seems to bear no likelihood of resemblance to Milton's superb mother of mankind.

And when cool silence came again, Hugh begged that the two would have their Christmas Eve dinner with him, at his hotel.

He makes love to her, just because it is the nature of a lusty son of Adam to make love to a pretty daughter of Eve.

If God put a "will" on Adam's back, and the will followed the beckoning finger of Eve, whose fault was that?

Were going to take Patrick down to the pond with us to keep up the fires while were skating, Eve told Laura.