introduction[ in-truh-duhk-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF introduction
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTRODUCTION
One purpose of this introduction is to prepare the reader for such a shock.
After much contriving, she secured an introduction to that young man.
The letter of introduction being, of course, an open one, we read it.
He will carry this note himself, which is to serve as an introduction to you, with whom he longs to be acquainted.
Kingozi interposed in haste before the introduction of a new topic.
The best that can happen will be the introduction of British manufacturers in their places.
It was my first introduction to the American eagle screaming for all it was worth.
I thought I saw mum give him an introduction to you—but I guess I made a mistake.
Nicholas looked on, quite amazed at the introduction of this new theme.
It is characterised by the introduction of the pointed arch.