initiating[ verb ih-nish-ee-eyt; adjective, noun ih-nish-ee-it, -eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF initiating
Synonyms for initiating
- set up
- take up
- break the ice
- come out with
- come up with
- dream up
- get ball rolling
- get feet wet
- get under way
- kick off
- make up
- set in motion
- take in
- usher in
Antonyms for initiating
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INITIATING
In initiating them into the mysteries of French cookery my sister was of great service.
Such was Jefferson's way of initiating the measures of the Administration.
This could not be done in the first initiating ordinance of the church,—circumcision.
He spoke as though he were initiating Roddy into a secret order.
In still other cases, earthquakes are the initiating cause of movement.
You might interest a man-eater by initiating him, but would you destroy his appetite?
The initiating, the inspiring, the impelling force was hers.
Perhaps you are initiating me into the Texas habit—is it so?
But constitutionally, we appear incapable of initiating ideas.
He appreciated strong measures, though he was averse to initiating them.
"one who has been initiated," 1811, from past participle adjective initiate (c.1600); see initiate (v.).