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Introduction

Antonyms for introduction:

finale, end, finish, conclusion, ending.

Synonyms for introduction:

Sense 1

birthplace, starting point, lead-in, breeding ground, lead time, outset, resurrection, continuation, outburst, flying start, apprenticeship, arrival, smattering, orientation, jumping-off point, Prolegomenon, resumption, outbreak, imposition, renewal, onset, Ingression, kickoff, primer.

Sense 2

rebirth, honeymoon, spark, first base, recovery, word, reception, germ.

Sense 3

act, lift off, appearance.

Sense 4

leader, starter, root.

Sense 5

flier, body.

Sense 9

return.

import

importation.

Sense 1 (noun)

body.

Sense 3 (noun)

starting point, arrival, outset, appearance, onset.

Sense 4 (noun)

foreword.

Sense 5 (noun)

primer.

Sense 6 (noun)

Ingression.

Sense 7 (noun)

Prolegomenon, lead-in.

admittance (noun)

entree.

beginning (noun)

embryo, inception, commencement, conception, precursor, derivation, creation, origin, preparation, sprout, earliness, inauguration, hatching, stem, beginning, nativity, nascency, dawn, cradle, emergence, start, infancy, source, genesis, babyhood, birth, spring.

insert (noun)

insertion.

insertion (noun)

insinuation, intrusion, insertion, piercing, lodgement, Interlocation, injection, Embedding, implantation, infiltration.

introduction (noun)

intro, debut, entry, forward, overture, foreword, preamble, first appearance, opening, prologue, unveiling, intromission, launching, presentation, preface, insertion.

intromission (noun)

intromission.

prelude (noun)

foregoing, antecedent, avant-garde, preceding, leading, prelude.

something new; something that begins (noun)

initiation, intro, debut, establishment, preamble, induction, inauguration, overture, preface, primer, ingress, interpolation, institution, Prolegomenon, beginning, opening, lead-in, inception, foreword, insertion, prologue, launch, prelude, installation, admittance, commencement, presentation.

word (noun)

word.

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definable, definable, expressible, definable.

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