usher in

VERB
  1. be a precursor of
    The fall of the Berlin Wall ushered in the post-Cold War period
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How To Use usher in In A Sentence

  • So long as he does not try to saw the court usher in half. Times, Sunday Times
  • Portugal's prolific voyages in the 15th century served to usher in this age of exploration with superb navigators and trading ports.
  • Age 35 seems to regularly usher in the beginning of a career plateau of sorts for knuckleballers.
  • A national newspaper carried a big cartoon of him sitting in a theatre with his open cue case by his side and a very long reefer in his hand, with an usher in the background claiming he thought he had his cue in his case.
  • Contrary to the old predictions that new technology would usher in an age of leisure, they are working harder than ever.
  • Its ostensible purpose was to usher in yet another Five Year Plan, this time on law and order.
  • The phenomenon came to be called a gusher in the United States. The Prize
  • You will usher in for yourself a new era of constant good health. 23 Steps to Successful Achievement
  • Although millions of people saw in 2013 with fireworks and champagne, others chose to usher in the new year by completing their tax return. Times, Sunday Times
  • One can only hope that the recent thaw in Indo-Pakistan relations will usher in a new era on the sub-continent.
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