bellwether

[n] - someone who assumes leadership of a movement or activity 2. [n] - sheep that leads the herd often wearing a bell
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Bellwether

Bell'weth`er noun 1. A wether, or sheep, which leads the flock, with a bell on his neck. 2. Hence: A leader. [ Contemptuous] Swift.
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bellwether

noun sheep that leads the herd often wearing a bell
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Bellwether

• (n.) A wether, or sheep, which leads the flock, with a bell on his neck. • (n.) Hence: A leader.
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Bellwether

originally an experienced wether given a bell to lead a flock; now mainly used figuratively for a person acting as a lead and guide.
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Bellwether

A bellwether; one that leads or indicates trends. The term is derived from the Middle English bellewether and refers to the practice of placing a bell around the neck of a castrated ram (a wether) leading his flock of sheep. The movements of the flock could be noted by hearing the bell before the flock was in sight. ==Politics== In politics, the t...
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Bellwether

A market bellwether is a security whose changing price is considered a signal that the market is cha
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Bellwether

originally an experienced wether given a bell to lead a flock.
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Bellwether

sheep that leads the herd often wearing a bell .
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bellwether

one who takes the lead; indicator of trends
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