Definition of foreword
: prefatory comments (as for a book) especially when written by someone other than the author
Examples of foreword in a Sentence
the editor makes some good points in the foreword about the author's life, so be sure to read it
Recent Examples of foreword from the Web
Her book, which includes a foreword by Myrlie Evers-Williams, largely recalls Brown’s life before he was killed.
According to the new foreword, which was excerpted by People, Princess Diana wanted to make sure the British public heard her side of the story.
Washington (CNN)Former White House photographer Pete Souza is getting some help on his new book's foreword from his former boss, President Barack Obama, according to publisher Little, Brown and Company.
After that grim authorial foreword promising a teenage shooting, Backman serves up a stunning conclusion that addresses Maya’s trauma.
May wrote in a foreword to the Conservative election manifesto to be published Thursday.
It was reintroduced in 2006 with a foreword by the poet Eileen Myles and, according to its publisher, sold over 50,000 copies worldwide in 2016 after a steady drumbeat of endorsements from n+1, Jezebel and other publications.
That's not how Bill Rose, a professional photographer, describes his book in his short foreword.
Douglas, whose mother is Kirk's first wife, Diana Dill, writes the foreword to Kirk and Anne.
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Definition of foreword for English Language Learners
: a section at the beginning of a book that introduces the book and is usually written by someone other than the book's author
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