usher in

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Synonyms for usher in

be a precursor of

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2 : to come before as if to lead in or announce <We had a party to usher in the new year.
A DRUNKEN Duchess of York flirted and canoodled the night away with soul superstar Usher in a trendy club.
Thank you, thank you, EBONY, for your cover story on Usher in the June 2004 issue.
Usher Raymond released his first album Usher in his early teens, and has been on the R&B scene ever since, earning the label 'Prince of R&B'.
Lola said she felt like she was ``helping usher in the new millennium with the show.
The visitor had come to the House of Usher in response to a written plea from his boyhood friend, Roderick Usher.