Jump on the Bandwagon

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  • To join an activity that has become very popular.
  • Change your opinion of one activity so that you can share in its success.
  • Join others in doing something fashionable or successful.

Example Sentences

  • People all around me have tried the paleo diet. I jumped on the bandwagon as I already cut out the foods required for it.
  • She hated that singer in the past, but now that the artist is gaining more recognition, she decided to jump on the bandwagon by changing her opinions.
  • The contestants learned that the past winners have always bribed the judges to win, so they decided to jump on the bandwagon.
  • I know that many people are doing it, but it doesn't mean that it's okay. I beg you not to jump on the bandwagon.


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