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Synonym: accompanyattendchaperonconductescortguideleadsquireSimilar words: pushrushbushbrushcrushrush outmushroomscrub brushMeaning: ['ʌʃə(r)]  n. 1. Irish prelate who deduced from the Bible that Creation occurred in the year 4004 BC (1581-1656) 2. an official stationed at the entrance of a courtroom or legislative chamber 3. someone employed to conduct others. v. show (someone) to their seats, as in theaters or auditoriums. 
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1 The usher bowed us into the theatre.
2 The usher seated them in the front row.
3 The guests were bowed in by the usher.
4 The usher seated us in the front row.
5 The legislation should usher in a host of new opportunities for school leavers.
6 The usher was told to look out into the audience and count noses.
7 He did part-time work as an usher in a theatre.
8 The usher stopped dead in his tracks.
9 Down comes the usher with his light.
10 I had planned to usher in the new decade with a month of abstinence.
11 If the usher caught you throwing popcorn[], you were booted out of the theater.
12 The usher handed us a songsheet and directed us to seats in the front row.
13 Come with us to enjoy Mount Usher whose lilies, poppies and peonies gladdened the heart of William Robinson.
14 One consequence was to usher in a period of marked discretion in personal expenditure.
15 In this case, Madeline Usher has been buried in the family vault below the house, supposedly dead.
16 The officer was saying something,[] but the usher was shaking his head firmly.
17 Once inside a gentlemanly usher gave our party good seats.
18 The Usher Art Gallery decided that it needed to replace its imposing main entrance gates which were taken away in the war.
19 She also had enough at Usher to occupy her mind without fretting about future possibilities.
20 Now the usher is a kid I know and his name is Bruce.
21 But Friday will usher in the first manifestation of what 1997 will be: A Year of Disasters.
22 After he left school, he tried his hand at a variety of jobs—bricklayer, cinema usher, coal man.
23 Then he composed his features, took Godwin's hand awkwardly and began to usher him from the office.
24 The deep and dark tarn at my feet closed over the fragments of the House of Usher.
25 Everything is now in place for a rigged election that seems likely to usher in a military dictatorship.
26 He was bothering the girl at the concession stand before, so she had the usher call us.
27 However, the return to partial Labour rule did not usher in a period of optimistic progress towards a settlement.
28 There was more serious friction between the Headmaster and the Usher.
29 Perhaps his demise through age, ill-health or death might usher in an era of political instability.
30 The Arsenal machine had been perfected, and the 1930 Cup triumph was to usher in a glorious future.
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