inauguration[ in-aw-gyuh-rey-shuh n, -guh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inauguration
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INAUGURATION
Much time has passed since Jefferson arrived for his inauguration.
The English aristocracy and the celebrities of London came to the inauguration.
Both the Monument and the inauguration were pronounced a perfect success.
This day was to witness the inauguration of the new Government.
The particulars of its inauguration are already familiar to the public.
The streets of the capital were thronged with people, for this was Inauguration day.
And each one had marked, as it were, the inauguration of a new phase in her life.
The fight for the next nomination began soon after his inauguration.
"I shall wear one like it at your inauguration, Senator," said she brightly.
Where and when did his inauguration as President take place?