Examples of intro in a Sentence
in her intro the author offers rather precise definitions of some of the key words that she will be using throughout her book
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The host of Sunday NFL Countdown in the current construct has a lot of work given multiple sets, intros and outs, and discussion points.
Hello, my name is John Cherwa, welcome back to our horse racing newsletter and it’s showtime at Del Mar. No need for a long intro to this newsletter as everything and everybody are focused on the first day of the Breeders’ Cup.
Fats Domino announced himself with this single: a two-fisted boogie-woogie piano intro with tremolo flourishes, verses that establish his 200-pound physique and his New Orleans locale and a falsetto vocal like a trumpet solo.
At Richmond Raceway leading up to the Federated Auto Parts 400 - the regular season finale and drivers' last chance to qualify for the 16-driver playoffs - Clint Bowyer had his 2-year-old son Cash in his arms for the intros.
Compare that to its box office competition, Thor: Ragnarok—which opened its first trailer with a mic-drop villain intro—and keeping Steppenwolf a mystery is downright baffling.
First Eminem sighting: 7:14, when the rapper finished off Mase's intro.
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But the lighthearted intro notwithstanding, the annual cost to just the US economy to control (or attempt to control) invasive plant species is in the billions — that’s billions with a B!
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First Known Use of intro
Synonymsexordium, foreword, introduction, preamble, preface, prelude, proem, prologue (also prolog), prolusion
Antonymsepilogue (also epilog)
Related Wordsbeginning, commencement, initiation, opening, origin, origination, outset, start
Near Antonymsenvoi (or envoy), postscript; aftermath; cessation, close, closing, conclusion, end, finale, finish, stop, termination
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