“initially, I was worried it would negatively impact me,” she said, citing fears of what her family would think.
They initially said little, only that Fallujah needed to be rebuilt—and that they would help.
He initially sent that letter to the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
initially, Nancy stopped by to pick up take-out for her family.
Among the details that ABC initially omitted from its report was a particularly telling one.
He was initially aided in Virginia by Jefferson's caution which left Nelson's militia only half-mobilized.
They decided that, initially at least, sulfa-tetradine was a miraculous success.
This consideration involves, initially, a determination of what forces will be necessary to carry out the operations listed.
The life of reason is initially unconscious because it can learn only by living to seek a reason for life.
What might initially appear to the outsider as a pleasing novelty was hard and demanding work.
"to mark or sign with initials," 1864, American English, from initial (n.). Related: Initialed; initialing.
"initial letter of a name or surname," 1620s, from initial (adj.) in a specialized sense "standing at the beginning of a word, sentence, etc."