Example sentences for: inaugural

How can you use “inaugural” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The biggest mystery of the day has to do with the Los Angeles Times lead, which also covers the Davis inaugural.

  • Thus, in his first inaugural, Woodrow Wilson said: "At last a vision has been vouchsafed us of our life as a whole.

  • From the Slate self-reference corner: A NYT "Business" piece analyzes Slate 's Microsoft trial coverage, saying that irreverent descriptions of jowly Microsoft lawyers by Slate 's inaugural courtroom correspondent, Michael Lewis, "seemed mightily unfettered by Microsoft."

  • William McKinley said in his first Inaugural Address, March 4, 1897, "Lynchings must not be tolerated in a great and civilized country like the United States," but he said it without horror.

  • Before the Civil War the word "slavery" appears only in the Inaugural Address of Martin Van Buren, 1837, and Buchanan, 1857, and then only as something that, pursuant to the Constitution and in order to preserve the Union, should not be interfered with.


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