Definition of Inaugurals

1. Noun. (plural of inaugural) ¹



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Definition of Inaugurals

1. inaugural [n] - See also: inaugural

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inaugurals

inattention
inattentional blindness
inattentions
inattentive
inattentively
inattentiveness
inaudibilities
inaudibility
inaudible
inaudibleness
inaudibly
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inaugural
inaugural address
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inaugurals (current term)
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Literary usage of Inaugurals

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1. The Old South Leaflets: Annual Series by Edwin D Mead (1903)
"103. John Adams's Inaugural. 104. Jefferson's inaugurals. 1O5. Account of Louisiana in 1803. 106. Calhoun on the Government of the United ..."

2. Holidays: A Bibliography of Articles Relating to Holidays by Robert Morrill McCurdy (1905)
"... political and military also his public addresses, messages to congress, inaugurals and others, as well as proclamations. Ed. by GM Van Buren. 435 p. II. ..."

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