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Definition of "usher in" []

  • To announce the arrival of something; to herald. (verb)
  • To begin something with preparatory material; to introduce. (verb)

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Use "usher in" in a sentence
  • "The last person I had expected to see Frank usher in was Serge Lubomirski, in full evening dress and bearing, to my disgust, a bunch of roses that he offered with a bow to Astrid."
  • "A dozen mosquitoes and a mild but gritty downcanyon breeze usher in the morning, and after two hours of both ignoring and swatting at the nagging insects, I have daylight to console me."
  • "The last time she had seen them alive she had been ten years old, and France had been in the middle of a building revolution that would usher in the Second Republic."