prologue

[ proh-lawg, -log ]SEE DEFINITION OF prologue

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROLOGUE

THE preface to a book serves the double purpose of prologue and epilogue.

He had the past for his prologue, and the future for his epilogue.

A few words of explanation are necessary by way of prologue.

The Prologue is printed in full by Malone, Variorum, iii, 79.

Here is a scene from it, the first after the Prologue, which would have been spoken by Odysseus.

(recto) "Here begynneth the prologue of this present treatyse."

Later they were addressed in the prologue, which became customary, and so they must have been present.

He would do it, she knew, and from that prologue more would follow.

Ancona Tonio interrupts the overture in order to sing a prologue.

The prologue to our ancient dramas was ushered in by trumpets.

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