Synonyms and related words:
Vorspiel, abecedarium, abecedary, access, acknowledgments, acquaintance, acquaintedness, act, admission, afterpiece, and arithmetic, aside, avant-propos, back, back matter, bastard title, bibliography, bit, breakthrough, catch line, catchword, chaser, close acquaintance, cloture, coinage, colophon, coming out, committee consideration, concert overture, contents, contents page, copyright page, curtain, curtain call, curtain raiser, debate, debut, dedication, deliberation, descant, discovery, divertimento, divertissement, division, dramatic overture, elementary education, elements, embarkation, embarkment, embedment, endleaf, endpaper, endsheet, entrance, entree, entry, epilogue, episode, errata, exode, exodus, exordium, expository scene, filibuster, filibustering, filing, finale, first appearance, first reading, first steps, floating, flotation, flyleaf, folio, fore edge, foreword, front matter, frontispiece, graft, grafting, half-title page, head, hoke act, hornbook, impaction, impactment, implantation, import, importation, importing, imprint, inaugural address, inauguration, income, incoming, index, induction, infiltration, infix, infixion, infusion, ingoing, ingress, ingression, initiation, injection, innovation, inoculation, input, inscription, insert, insertion, insinuation, installation, installment, intake, intercalation, interjection, interlineation, interlocution, interlude, intermezzo, intermission, interpenetration, interpolation, introgression, intromission, intrusion, invention, knockdown, launching, leaf, leakage, leap, logrolling, maiden speech, makeup, neologism, new phase, novelty, number, obiter dictum, opener, operatic overture, overture, page, parenthesis, penetration, percolation, perfusion, postulate, preamble, preface, prefix, prefixture, preliminaries, preliminary, prelude, premise, presentation, presupposition, primer, proem, prolegomena, prolegomenon, prolepsis, prologue, propaedeutic, protasis, reading, reception, recto, remark, reverso, roll call, routine, rudiments, running title, scene, second reading, seepage, shtick, side remark, signature, sketch, skit, song and dance, stand-up comedy act, steamroller methods, striptease, subtitle, table of contents, tabling, tail, talkathon, tessellation, text, third reading, title, title page, tossing-in, trim size, turn, type page, unveiling, vamp, verse, verso, voluntary, vote, writing

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