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Sentence count:92+5 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-30Updated:2020-07-24
Antonym: finaleSimilar words: eludedeludeincludesecludeexcludereluctantsecludedconcludeMeaning: ['preljuːd]  n. 1. something that serves as a preceding event or introduces what follows 2. music that precedes a fugue or introduces an act in an opera. v. 1. serve as a prelude or opening to 2. play as a prelude. 
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(1) The discussions were a prelude to the treaty.
(2) No amount of discourse is sadness for the prelude.
(3) His frequent depressions were the prelude to a complete mental breakdown.
(4) She played a Bach prelude.
(5) The curtain rises toward the end of the Prelude.
(6) The prelude to the musical composition is very long.
(7) Living together as a prelude to marriage is now considered acceptable in many countries.
(8) The changes are seen as a prelude to wide-ranging reforms.
(9) The prelude was as iridescent as a prism in a morning room.
(10) He considered the strikes a prelude to the great socialist revolution.
(11) The bankruptcy of several small firms was the prelude to general economic collapse.
(12) Most unions see privatisation as an inevitable prelude to job losses.
(13) The lines form a prelude to his long narrative poem.
(14) In his autobiographical poem'The Prelude ', Wordsworth describes his boyhood in the Lakes.
(15) This outing was a prelude to many more.
(16) The squall was a prelude to a fully-fledged gale[], heralded well in advance by warnings from the meteorologists.
(17) Could this be a prelude to a trade war even more destructive of world prosperity than a military war?
(18) Morley denied that they were intended as a prelude to parliamentary government.
(19) Elgar's conducting of the Gerontius Prelude had particular beauty and depth of feeling.
(20) But not everyone sees 40 as the prelude to falling apart.
(21) Several ministers were stripped of parliamentary immunity as a prelude to facing corruption charges.
(22) Error is often the precursor of what is correct, but conceit is the prelude to a fall.
(23) But if 1959 had been a bad year, it was just a prelude to the miseries of 1960.
(24) As our older generation knows from experience, unchecked aggression against a small nation is a prelude to international disaster.
(25) Thunder, lightning and a torrential downpour provided an unreal prelude in the futuristic San Nicola stadium.
(26) This identification was emphasized in 1483 when Gloucester took the precaution of arresting lord Stanley as a prelude to his usurpation.
(27) When this care of old people is short-lived, the inevitable prelude to death, it is accepted as natural.
(28) Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, appointed a transitional government as a prelude to the introduction of multiparty politics.
(29) Yarn stocks have also been reduced and the warehousing of stocked Prelude and Medley carpet ranges has moved to Elderslie.
(30) It was announced on Feb. 25 that a ceasefire had been agreed in principle as a prelude to full peace negotiations.
More similar words: eludedeludeincludesecludeexcludereluctantsecludedconcludereluctanceinterludeconcludedreluctantlyprelatepreliminaryhallelujahincludingexcludingludicrousrudedudecrudedenudeprudentintrudestudentaptitudeimpudentcum laudeattituderely
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