Fanfare [noun]

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On November 21, 1959, the Soviet exhibition opened to great fanfare.

Schumer and McConnell have yet to agree on the power-balance agreement that typically comes without fanfare at the start of every session.

Yet the news was conveyed with little fanfare or preparation for the network’s on-air staff.

A major land exchange that was announced to great fanfare in 1998 is instructive.

The news loomed over an otherwise productive week for the Wizards in which they drafted a promising young player in Deni Avdija and re-signed their prized free agent forward, Davis Bertans, with little fanfare.

Regular readers will know that we’re in a habit of announcing new female Fortune 500s with a bit of fanfare—after all there are only 37 of them!

Without much fanfare, in his past six appearances at Augusta, McIlroy has five top-10 finishes.

Its passage late last year was accompanied by much fanfare about expanded voting access.

Instead, many states have been slowly upgrading their voting technology, without much fanfare.

The fanfare sounds again, the buzz of conversation is stilled, the lights turned down, and darkness reigns in the auditorium.