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ushered

adjective as in escorted

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To see her now thriving ushers in a new era for her species and for conservation-dependent species everywhere.

The incoming storm system will generate some rain showers late this afternoon into the evening and usher in colder air for the weekend.

On his second attempt, the usher cuts him off at “professor” and the laugh track explodes.

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China and Russia, countries that ushered in similar economic transitions, scored 36 and 27 accordingly.

But when Tarkhan got sick with tuberculosis and was ushered out, the government gave him no pension or medical assistance.

Action Comics No.1 is the book that ushered in the golden age of superheroes in tights.

The girls are ushered into their role as housekeepers and child bearers and the boys are tasked with providing for the family.

Some shocked students ran from the room, others were ushered out.

I ushered you into this wicked world, young man, and a nice use you seem to have made of your time.

He presented his card to the corpulent and powdered footman; he was announced; he was ushered in.

Many other of the famous inquirers in those years which ushered in modern science believed in witchcraft.

Indeed, two steaming tubs stood in the kitchen into which the girls of Central High were ushered.

A moment later a very sullen and defiant Mike McSweeney was ushered into the room.

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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ushered, such as: announced, attended, directed, guided, heralded, and introduced.

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

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