Words and phrases that have a meaning related to introductory:   (155 results)

Often used in the same context:
tutorial, intro, noncredit, continental breakfast, complimentary, hourlong, downloadable, optional, motivational, cryptic, instructional, explanatory, conversational, american sign language, informative, keynote, unlimited, comprehendible, abbreviated, word processing, preregistration, phrase book, free, refresher course, precalculus, undergraduate, keyboarding, prix fixe, ardent spirits, desktop publishing, accompanying, safelight, informational, impromptu, prefatory, termly, hatha yoga, extemporaneous, hour, obligatory, expository, coupon, wordprocessing, available, fly casting, social dancing, padless, correspondence course, condensed, dope sheet, catechetical, diabetic diet, promotional, brief, unaccented, postgrad, bindable, suborbital, wordy, keynote address, podcast, aphoristic, offhand, keynote speech, sneak preview, tool kit, graph paper, nonrefundable, variable, inaugural, elaborative, online, kilobyte, monthly, snazzy, interactive, skull session, ology, terse, priced, pretest, tailormade, typical, weightless, printable, postgraduate, longwinded, interesting, humerous, extempore, reflexive pronoun, present tense, prewriting, language teaching, dutch treat, ad lib, haitian creole, exclusive, combinable, indepth, frills, enlightening, introductions, introduction, tabulations, supplementary, footnotes, selections, pre, preface, annotations, biographies, explications, prefaces, recommendations, appendices, bibliographies, chapters, foreword, lists, non, succinct, concluding, foregoing, pithy, laudatory, concise, instructive, overview, wellwritten, eulogistic, briefer, insightful, italicized, subjoined, trenchant

Appears in the definition of:
emcee, exordium, foreword, host, intro, lead, lead-in, master of ceremonies, preface, primer, prolusion, retrospection, speller

basic, first, opening, preceding, prefatorial, prefatory

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— Nouns for introductory: chapter, course, remarks, essay, note, section, text, courses, material, chapters, paragraph, more...

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