School of Thrones already has a well-established following ready for its debut.
While visiting the artist, the curators candidly asked Johns to allow MoMA to debut his newest, and then unfinished, collection.
His debut novel, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, will be published by Mullholland Books/Little, Brown on August 5.
Heidi W. Durrow heard the rejections of her debut novel so many times over so many years that she had them memorized.
In his debut appearance at the Hague, he compared the tribunal to “a natural disaster one has to defend themselves from.”
Invitations to the debut of Lady Muriel were crossing the Atlantic.
Emma made her toilet with the fastidious care of an actress on her debut.
I remember a singular incident which attended the debut of a newly arrived company.
I think that was not so very long after the Mikado made its debut.
However, suffice it to say that fifty years ago I made my debut as an actor in my native city of Boston.
1751, from French début "first appearance," a figurative use from débuter "make the first stroke at billiards," also "to lead off at bowls" (a game akin to bowling), 16c., from but "mark, goal," from Old French but "end" (see butt (n.3)). The verb is first attested 1830.
Début can only be pronounced as French, and should not be used by anyone who shrinks from the necessary effort. [Fowler]