foreword[ fawr-wurd, -werd, fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF foreword
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOREWORD
Of Shirley herself it is not necessary to say much in this Foreword.
I read the story itself first and afterwards the preface, or foreword.
In her Foreword Mrs. Earle tells of the condition of the diary.
An entry for "Foreword" has been added to the Table of Content of this e-book.
A list of these names and those to whom they apply is given in the Foreword of the book.
Have I attained the objective I set before myself as described in my foreword?
Still if a foreword you must have, and from me, I think you will have to get it out of this letter.
It was published in London in 1672 with a "foreword" by Talbot in Lederer's defense.
With this foreword I append his account exactly as he left it.
Dr. Smith, in his foreword to "Skylark Three" mentions two errors which he made knowingly.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FOREWORD
- basic principles
- basic text
- first acquaintance
- first taste
- opening remarks