Commencement [noun]

Definition of Commencement:

ceremony marking the beginning of stage

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Sentence/Example of Commencement:

Over the course of 3 weeks, the university designed and set up a virtual commencement experience, explained Josh Koenig, co-founder and head of product at WebOps platform Pantheon, which counts USC as a client.

Because of a staggered graduation schedule, Denny didn’t see him at commencement, either.

In this little room the galleries had been designed; the windows had looked upon the commencement of the great work.

But Ulm was only the commencement of the campaign, and even after Austerlitz Napoleon pursued the enemy with grim resolution.

He graduated at Yale college, and at the commencement of hostilities was appointed to the chief command of the Connecticut troops.

The first commencement of Union College for conferring degrees in the arts and sciences.

At the very commencement of the campaign Massna committed a fault which almost ruined his career.

Fifteen years prior to the commencement of our story, Dorothy had been found by farmer Rushmere on the wild common fronting them.

His namdee was intimately associated with French politics, from the commencement of the revolution in 1789.

At the commencement of the period herein spoken of string-toned stops as we know them to-day scarcely existed.