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SYNONYMS FOR opening
OTHER WORDS FROM openingpre·o·pen·ing, adjectiveself-o·pen·ing, adjectiveun·o·pen·ing, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for opening
Rather than downing a handful of pills, I planned to take my life by opening a vein in each wrist.Dear Leelah, We Will Fight On For You: A Letter to a Dead Trans Teen|Parker Molloy|January 1, 2015|DAILY BEAST
The ancient Egyptian festival of Wepet Renpet (“opening of the year”) was not just a time of rebirth—it was dedicated to drinking.
They keep their heads low while running behind a large curtain covering the opening between two housing blocks.
Although a hit in Britain, the movie flopped after opening at Radio City in New York.
The opening of the battle narrative begins on—get this—page 266!
Dolores springs from her seat to the door and looks through the opening into the next room.Zoe; Or, Some Day|May Leonard
Then without further hesitation I leaped out of bed and indignantly rushed to the window, but only on opening it to find him gone.Brownsmith's Boy|George Manville Fenn
A mind like hers, once opening to suspicion, made rapid progress.Emma|Jane Austen
Nootka returned the glance as if she felt that a splendid opportunity of securing such delights for her was opening up to him.The Walrus Hunters|R.M. Ballantyne
It had one door, and an opening in one wall, with an inside shutter, was the only window.Memories of Childhood's Slavery Days|Annie L. Burton
British Dictionary definitions for opening
- the first performance of something, esp a theatrical production
- (as modifier)the opening night