Sentence example with the word 'preamble'

preamble

avant-propos, exordium, front matter, innovation, introduction, overture, preface, prefixture, prelude, presupposition, prolegomena, prolepsis, prologue, verse

Definition n. a preliminary introduction to a statute or constitution

Last update: October 27, 2015

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The phrase is explained in the preamble to the report.   [noun]

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Following the preamble we send our Start Of Message (SOM) byte.   [noun]

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The preamble of a treaty is in any case part of the treaty 's context for the purpose of interpretation.   [noun]

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He had no sooner perceived me advancing than he pulled a pistol from his bosom, and, presenting it at me, snapped it without the least preamble.   [noun]

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After this preamble, Crab addressed himself to me in these words: "Well, my lad, I have heard a good character of you, and I'll do for you."'   [noun]

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Without preamble he began talking.   [Please select]

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"I deemed the preamble necessary to a full understanding of what has followed," he said.   [Please select]

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The gentleman from Suffolk, still holding on to his beard, pitched in without preamble.   [Please select]

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"The bio team stole all the weapons," MacFarland said without preamble.   [Please select]

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