Debut [noun]

Definition of Debut:

first public appearance

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Tegna will create a number of digital properties under the Verify brand, including a dedicated website and email newsletter projected to debut mid-Q2, said Adam Ostrow, chief digital officer at Tegna.

They gave me the chance to make my debut, and I haven’t looked back.

The rest of that interview resurfaced after “Framing Britney Spears” debuted.

The soapy serial, which debuted on Netflix last month, does not shy away from intimate scenes, including newlyweds consummating their marriage.

We are discussing recording artist Sia’s Golden Globe-nominated directorial debut “Music,” which will be released on video-on-demand platforms on Friday, making it viewable to a global audience.

Melissa Broder’s delectable new “Milk Fed,” like “The Pisces,” her 2011 debut about a merman, contains deliciously steamy sex scenes.

Facebook also debuted its first-ever Super Bowl ad, with Sylvester Stallone and Chris Rock highlighting the diverse offerings of Facebook Groups.

Anderson gave up a Sean Couturier goal on the first shot he saw 31 seconds into the third period to take the loss in his Capitals debut.

Rebecca Hall does all of those things in Passing, her directorial debut and one of the highlights of this year’s Sundance Film Festival.

Kristin Hannah’s novel debuted in 2008 and became a bestselling hit.