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  • Initiate | Define Initiate at

    Initiate definition, to begin, set going, or originate: to initiate major social reforms. See more.

  • The Initiate - Wikipedia

    The Initiate: Some Impressions of A Great Soul is a combined anthology and parable dealing with the occult, written by the British composer Cyril Scott in the early ...

  • Initiate | Definition of Initiate by Merriam-Webster

    Define initiate: to cause or facilitate the beginning of : set going; to induct into membership by or as if by special rites — initiate in a sentence

  • The Initiate (1998) - IMDb

    Directed by Chad Etchison. With Kenny Alfonso, David Baerwalde, Matthew Brady, Steve Coulter. -EROTIC THRILLER (2001) Murder, a drug deal gone bad, a treacherous love ...

  • Initiate Synonyms, Initiate Antonyms |

    Synonyms for initiate at with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

  • Initiated - definition of initiated by The Free Dictionary

    Jo rescued his babies, and marched up and down, with one on each are, as if already initiated into the mysteries of babytending, while Laurie laughed till the tears ...

  • initiate - Dictionary Definition :

    If you press the red button, you'll activate weapons of mass destruction and initiate a global war. As a verb, initiate means to start. As a noun, initiate (short "a ...

  • Initiate | Fallout Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

    Initiate may refer to: Brotherhood of Steel ranks: Initiate Initiate (Lost Hills), trainee...

  • initiate - Wiktionary

    Verb . initiate (third-person singular simple present initiates, present participle initiating, simple past and past participle initiated) To begin; to start.

  • Initiate Synonyms, Initiate Antonyms | Merriam-Webster ...

    Synonyms of initiate from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, with definitions, antonyms, and related words. Find a better way to say it.

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