inaugurate[ in-aw-gyuh-reyt, -guh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inaugurate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INAUGURATE
Disobedience has never been a fault amongst us, and I am sure you will not be the one to inaugurate it.
I think I can't do better than inaugurate my new 'ism' by lunching there to-day.
It had occurred to Fouchard to inaugurate a traffic with them.
They went off with Jim, to raise the other plantation hands, and inaugurate the hunt.
If it did not inaugurate, it at least prepared the way for the decline.
As early as 1834 he encouraged them to erect their home and inaugurate their work in his village.
It was not yet intended, as may well be supposed, to inaugurate the new illumination.
For many years attempts have been made to inaugurate a system of military instruction in the public schools of the country.
It is expected to inaugurate all great commercial and industrial enterprises.
I should discard Webster and Walker, and inaugurate a dictionary of my own.