Preamble in a sentence

Use Preamble in a sentence

Preamble;

Meaning: [noun] an introductory statement of a book, document, or talk;

The comments and revisions are discussed in the preamble.

I gave him the bad news without preamble.

The Constitution consists of a preamble and 16 articles.

I think the preamble provides a helpful starting point.

“I’m bored,” he stated without preamble.

It was an order, not a request, made without preamble.

Each lesson began with the girls collectively reciting the preamble.

Have you ever read the preamble to the American Constitution?

The preamble also has a powerful sense of structural unity.

It has merely been a preamble of things to come.