Inaugural Definition

ĭn-ôgyər-əl, -gər-
adjective
Of an inauguration.
Webster's New World
That begins a series; first.
Webster's New World
The definition of inaugural is the first or a celebration of a president taking office.
An example of something inaugural is the first charity event of an organization.
An example of something inaugural is a ball for the newly-elected president.
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Marking the beginning of an operation, venture etc.
2009 was the inaugural season for New York Yankees' new stadium.
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  • exaugural
noun
A speech made at an inauguration.
Webster's New World
An inauguration.
Webster's New World
A speech given by a person being formally inducted into office.
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Other Word Forms of Inaugural

Noun

Singular:
inaugural
Plural:
inaugurals

Origin of Inaugural

  • From French inaugural, from inaugurer, from Latin augurare (“to take omens”).

    From Wiktionary

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