initiate[ verb ih-nish-ee-eyt; adjective, noun ih-nish-ee-it, -eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF initiate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INITIATE
What they meant was not for the profane, or even for the initiate.
It is mine to initiate you into the highly respectable mysteries.
No guide-book ever can initiate you into the atmosphere of a city like Prague.
The Senate, however, cannot initiate a treaty, the President alone can do that.
So then we began to initiate the plan of the new expedition.
A new witch was pricked with a needle to initiate her into his company.
With this report we hope to initiate such a process for the Potomac.
But we do not say that they always realize the hopes of those who initiate them.
This much being settled, there was still the question of where to initiate the attack.
The initiate raised his hands slowly and untied the bandage.