ushering in

NOUN
  1. the introduction of something new
    it signalled the ushering in of a new era
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How To Use ushering in In A Sentence

  • His personal legacy depends on the success he has in ushering in an era of normal yet stable party politics. Times, Sunday Times
  • Another day, and another port expands into view, each destination ushering in new culinary tips and tricks. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the final year of the twentieth century, Taiwan crossed a historic doorsill, completing an unprecedented transfer of power between political parties, and ushering in a new era in our nation's democratic development.
  • Still, the industry restructuring may turn out to be an epochal event, possibly ushering in an age of stability and an end to trade protectionism.
  • In Los Angeles, an influx of aspiring non-actors is ushering in new fashion brands, formidable restaurants and a cozier bar scene. Giving L.A. a Second Look
  • Like many, she blames Mr. Yeltsin for wasting a historic opportunity, ushering in what she calls a bandit regime controlled by powerful oligarchs, and generating profound distrust of politicians. New Russia Turns 20, Its Martyrs Forgotten
  • A higher synthesis, one ushering in a new reign of peace and harmony, under a benign and ever just science.
  • The astounding success of the Soviet 1943 summer offensive led Stalin to order a winter offensive to retake all lost Soviet territory, therewith ushering in the third act.
  • The English then sensibly carried out a conservative counter-revolution, restoring the monarchy and ushering in three centuries of gradual and prosperous transition to democratic liberty.
  • It had gained respect and authority by ushering in a period of peace and stability in the city.
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