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inroads
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Gone with the Wind
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  • Unhampered by matrimony or widowhood, they made vast inroads on the convalescents, and even the least attractive girls, Scarlett observed gloomily, had no difficulty in getting engaged.
  • He could tell of consumption making inroads on entire families and of pellagra, once found only among poor whites, which was now appearing in Atlanta’s best families.

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  • Our new product has made inroads into the Chinese market.
  • The researchers have made major inroads into solving the questions surrounding the cause of the disease.

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