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Synonym: premierSimilar words: premiumpremiseremissremindreminderreminiscentSupremeceremonyMeaning: [prɪ'mɪr ,'prɪːmjər /'premɪə]  n. the first public performance of a play or movie. v. 1. be performed for the first time 2. perform a work for the first time. adj. preceding all others in time. 
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(1) Rossini's work had its premiere at the Paris Opera.
(2) Lots of celebrities were at the film premiere.
(3) The world premiere took place in August 1956.
(4) The premiere on Monday is sold out.
(5) The movie will have its premiere in July.
(6) A new Czechoslovak film has had its premiere at the Karlovy Vary film festival.
(7) The women's magazine is scheduled to premiere tomorrow.
(8) We went to the premiere of their new presentation.
(9) The performance will include the premiere of three new ballets.
(10) The world premiere of Harold Pinter's new play casts Ian Holm in the lead role.
(11) Lazarus Productions presents the West Coast premiere of! bold!
(12) The movie's premiere was marred by gang-related violence.
(13) The opera had its world premiere in March.
(14) Last night it was screened at a charity premiere.
(15) The premiere issue came out Wednesday but is not available on newsstands.
(16) He wrote the tune that became the premiere rock song of all time.
(17) I've been invited to the premiere of the new Schliessman play.
(18) The Manchester premiere in March 1974 had to be cancelled when Crawford went down with laryngitis.
(19) The premiere of the miniseries "Roots" took place on Jan. 23[sentencedict .com], 1977.
(20) He will premiere the full work with the Nashville and Seattle symphonies in late June.
(21) The world premiere will be in Los Angeles next year.
(22) While each race was launching or recovering, premiere airshow acts dazzled the crowd.
(23) A gala dinner was held to celebrate the world premiere of the film.
(24) Bellini was said to have wept at the Parma premiere.
(25) It looks set to be a monster success, even though some youngsters at last night's premiere said it was too scary.
(26) No less a luminary than Wilhelm Furtwangler conducted the premiere.
(27) Her appearance in Liverpool was a singular coup for the Festival of Comedy and must rank as the premiere attraction.
(28) Alvin wrote in a note to himself not long after the premiere of Revelations.
(29) There were thousands of paparazzi and fans because they'd never had a world premiere in Houston before.
(30) Alana unveiled her eye-popping see-through look at a glittering Hollywood premiere.
More similar words: premiumpremiseremissremindreminderreminiscentSupremeceremonysupreme courtpreeminentlypremonitionpremeditatedpreferencepreferentialhere and therefierypiercesoldierfiercebarrierearliercashiercarriersupplierfancierglacierfrontieranemiaanemicdemise
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