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use "inaugurate" in a sentence

This angered Aodh Dubh Ó Domhnaill, because he believed, only he alone had the right to inaugurate a sub chief of his.

The later Wittgenstein helped inaugurate the idea of "meaning as use", and a communitarian view of language.

Bruce g. Lippard - The Mongols and Byzantium ghazan's fiscal
speech still allow loud inarticulate vocal noises to call for help.

In this extract, the poetry thrives in the cracks between inarticulate mutterings and eloquent rhetoric: I guess I'm someone who will never he satisfied, said Herakles.

An almost indecently brilliant showcase for what is "almost certainly the most exciting folk-rock band in the world" "If music, as the good sage once said, aspires to be an inarticulate speech of the heart, BLUE HORSES are certainly lucid." Sinewy and intense, Oakenfold regards himself as inarticulate and frequently cites dyslexia as the reason he "doesn't like talking".

Dear Ed, In reply to your foul-mouthed and inarticulate correspondent (issue 12;Ed), I think you should bear in mind that the BAJR was off line for about a month recently when David Connolly [who runs the site] went abroad.

If someone is inarticulate then his/her inarticulateness is simply transmitted more quickly.

Her eyes are open, and she is the opposite of inarticulate.

His words are awkward, and Tim Robbins plays the part of the inarticulate chief, in pain, unable to spin his men's ordinary stories into suitable testimonies.

And yet, I remain inarticulate.

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