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Definition of "inauguratory" []

  • Inaugural; being the first instance. (adjective)

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Use "inauguratory" in a sentence
  • "But after so many inauguratory gratulations, nuptial hymns, and funeral dirges, he must be highly favoured by nature, or by fortune, who says anything not said before."
  • "For those who don't remember her, this is her introduction, and her inauguratory post, BDSM in a World without Pain."
  • "Mr. Rector in an inauguratory speech by the present chancellor, he has fallen from his former dignity of style."