Synonyms for introduction:
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.
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Sense 7 (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.
insinuation, intrusion, insertion, piercing, lodgement, Interlocation, injection, Embedding, implantation, infiltration.
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.
Usage examples for introduction:
- The desired introduction was brought about by an accident. - "The Expressman and the Detective", Allan Pinkerton.
- I have here a trifle of my own which may perhaps serve for an introduction. - "New-Arabian-Nights", Stevenson, Robert Louis.
- He went through this introduction to gain control of his feelings. - "From the Valley of the Missing", Grace Miller White.