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Synonyms for Usher

usher something in

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something or someone that shows the way

usher in: to make known the presence or arrival of

usher in: to begin (something) with preliminary or prefatory material

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Irish prelate who deduced from the Bible that Creation occurred in the year 4004 BC (1581-1656)

an official stationed at the entrance of a courtroom or legislative chamber

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someone employed to conduct others

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take (someone) to their seats, as in theaters or auditoriums

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In a moment or two the man-servant appeared from the inner apartment, crossed the floor and presently reappeared, ushering in a visitor.
He had finished his professional commentary by flinging open a folding door, and ushering the party into a broad hall, which was filled with a great number of people who were waiting, like themselves, for an audience.
and, the ring being repeated, went to the door, whence he presently returned, ushering in, by the name of Mr Bonney, a pale gentleman in a violent hurry, who, with his hair standing up in great disorder all over his head, and a very narrow white cravat tied loosely round his throat, looked as if he had been knocked up in the night and had not dressed himself since.
Pray walk in," said the lawyer, addressing Alexey Alexandrovitch; and, gloomily ushering Karenin in before him, he closed the door.
The porter reappeared ushering in a smart-looking young man, who carried a shiny coachman's hat in his hand.