Beginning noun - The point at which something begins.
Usage example: the actual beginning of the universe is still under debate, with some scientists continuing to uphold the big bang theory
How words are described
Both words in one sentence
- At the beginning of the book they come close to becoming a dying race when, at the beginning of the book, their home world is rendered uninhabitable by the Ain, their Dark Elf counterparts.
Source: Space Elves
- Just watch the ending of the music video with the close up on his demonic face, combined with his "this is not an occult video" message at the beginning.
Source: Paranoia Fuel / Music
- While it stays close to the movie for the most part, Jaws (here The Voiceless again) is missing from the freefall scene at the beginning and the waterfall chase, and he doesn't have a girlfriend.
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Close and Beginning. (2016). Retrieved 2022, August 17, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/beginning/close
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Close or Beginning. 2016. Accessed August 17, 2022. https://thesaurus.plus/related/beginning/close.
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