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You can also use the feature to display a future opening date for a new business.

For example, the opening section of each morning newsletter is now similar to a “mini essay,” focusing on one big topic.

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That was the vision and dedication that helped guide our nation through some of its most dangerous periods and ultimately helped create the opening that led to the end of the Cold War.

We’re just in the opening stage of the new variants’ arrival in the United States.

A few weeks later, I went to City Wildlife’s headquarters off Blair Road NW and, wearing a mask, recorded some introductions, along with opening and closing remarks.

The ancient Egyptian festival of Wepet Renpet (“opening of the year”) was not just a time of rebirth—it was dedicated to drinking.

They keep their heads low while running behind a large curtain covering the opening between two housing blocks.

Although a hit in Britain, the movie flopped after opening at Radio City in New York.

The opening of the battle narrative begins on—get this—page 266!

Lastly, the re-opening of diplomatic ties between Havana and Washington gives Brazil a chance to push for changes in Cuba.

On to Gaba Tepe just in time to see the opening, the climax and the end of the dreaded Turkish counter attack.

These practical demonstrations occurred usually in the opening enthusiasm of the term.

Specimens were easily collected in a mist net placed across the opening.

It would be like opening the windows upon a stuffy, overcrowded and unventilated room of disputing people.

He didn't even wait until he had found the opening in which his daughter had appeared.


On this page you'll find 208 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to opening, such as: aperture, breach, break, cavity, chink, and cleft.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.