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He had the map framed and brought into the West Wing shortly after he was inaugurated.

Even if you didn’t vote for the president being inaugurated, it can feel like you’re watching history being made as the new president is sworn in.

The first president inaugurated in Washington was Thomas Jefferson in 1801.

Until the 1930s, incoming presidents weren’t inaugurated until March 4 of the next year, so Washington had an even longer lame-duck period than presidents do now.

A new president will be inaugurated Wednesday in a city with areas under military lockdown.

The hiring seemed to inaugurate a détente between Rand Paul and Mitch McConnell.

Sweden was the first European country to inaugurate a dedicated LGBT retirement facility, which was opened in Stockholm in 2013.

Each time we gather to inaugurate a president, we bear witness to the enduring strength of our Constitution.

But the reality of the world is that the media rarely inaugurate such probes.

In line with this growth, the Peruvian author is the first Nobel laureate invited to inaugurate the fair.

Under such auspices dawned the year 1861, destined to inaugurate a new epoch in the life of Tchaikovsky.

Make the work efficient, though it be limited to a small number, rather than inaugurate a magnificent failure.

Anyway she knows that persecution will result, and she has persuaded Mrs. Endicott to inaugurate it.

I should have been glad to inaugurate in Boston, during the last six years, several important industrial movements.

The consequences of this blow were momentous; it may be said to inaugurate the ghetto period.


On this page you'll find 69 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inaugurate, such as: commence, dedicate, induct, initiate, introduce, and launch.

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