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Synonyms for preface

Synonyms for preface

to begin (something) with preliminary or prefatory material

Synonyms for preface

a short introductory essay preceding the text of a book

furnish with a preface or introduction

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At the heart of this 368-page hardback volume are 13 of Geisel's most popular children's tales, each prefaced with essays by loved ones and fans.
This monograph charts an exuberant trajectory, prefaced by an appreciation by that estimable champion of the organic, Peter Blundell Jones.
translation of Erasmus's Precatio Dominica to light and prefaced it with a letter in praise of Margaret, addressed to Frances Staverton, one of the students in More's 'academy' (McCutcheon).
In the preface to The Duke of Lerma, Howard replied in a rather more personal tone, but Dryden had the final word in the crushing Defence of an Essay of Dramatick Poesie prefaced to The Indian Emperour (performed 1665).
00, is a revealing study of his oeuvre, prefaced with an essay by Leon van Schaik, professor at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, where Godsell both studied and taught.