preamble[ pree-am-buh l, pree-am- ]SEE DEFINITION OF preamble
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PREAMBLE
As in the case of other laws, let us have a preamble, relating to all this class of crime.
The first four books are described by Plato himself as the preface or preamble.
Let this be the preamble of our laws; the strain will follow.
"This preamble does not promise well," said Lady Kilgoff, with a cold smile.
So he waited with a hope-lit serenity the preamble to the arrival of his—her—their child.
As a preamble La Signorina raised the inevitable veil to the rim of her hat.
Perhaps also there is very little use in making any preamble to what I have to tell.
You would not understand the preamble, so I will tell it in plain words.
Shouldn't wonder, as I'm afraid from your preamble it is nothing I care to hear.
"Yes, we will," exclaimed his auditors, their curiosity aroused by this preamble.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PREAMBLE
- basic principles
- basic text
- first acquaintance
- first taste
- opening remarks