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introductory

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of introductory

  1. 1 coming before the main part or item usually to introduce or prepare for what follows an introductory paragraph to the chapter on evolution Synonyms of introductory beginning, preliminary, precursory, prefatory, prelim, prelusive, preparative, preparatory, primaryWords Related to introductory introducing, prefacing, preparing, readying; premonitory, warning; basic, elementary, fundamental; ahead, early, former, preceding, previous, priorNear Antonyms of introductory after, behind, following, subsequent

  2. 2 of or relating to the simplest facts or theories of a subject an introductory course in computer programming Synonyms of introductory abecedarian, basal, basic, beginning, elemental, essential, fundamental, elementary, meat-and-potatoes, rudimental, rudimentary, underlyingWords Related to introductory primal, primary, prime, simple; crude, primeval, primitive, primordial, rude, uncomplicated; preliminary, preparatory; crucial, important, keyNear Antonyms of introductory complex, sophisticated; complicated, convoluted, detailed, elaborate, extensive, intricate; developed, evolved, high, higher, refinedAntonyms of introductory advanced



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