inaugurated

[ in-aw-gyuh-reyt, -guh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inaugurated

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An era of railroad speculation was then inaugurated, which ended with the crisis of 1873.

The picture had brought about an evolution in art, for it had inaugurated a new formula.

Similar activities have recently been inaugurated in other countries.

In some states the agricultural colleges have inaugurated a movement to this end.

In November he was elected and March 4, 1861, he was inaugurated.

He is an honest man, and I doubt not, when inaugurated, will do exact justice by the South.

Marshall Field had horse sense when he inaugurated his business.

But he inaugurated his command at Chattanooga with boldness and vigor.

He tells me it was like a President-elect on the way to be inaugurated.

He at once inaugurated two campaigns to be carried on at once.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, a back-formation from inauguration and also from Latin inauguratus, past participle of inaugurare (see inauguration). Related: Inaugurated; inaugurating.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INAUGURATED

established

adjectiveset up to endure
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