It did not prove that Roosevelt was initiating an inevitable alliance against Nazism.
Kerry is correct when he argues that Israel should be rewarded for initiating final status negotiations with the Palestinians.
She easily speaks what she thinks and not with the intention of initiating a fight with someone or playing games.
They just have to vote for initiating the disapproval resolution process.
Also left unsaid by Wise: Goodell was not initiating a law enforcement investigation.
Again, how about initiating them into the work of a correspondent mounted on the field of battle?
In initiating them into the mysteries of French cookery my sister was of great service.
A politician or a lawyer can reach to high distinction in his profession without the power of initiating anything.
He spoke as though he were initiating Roddy into a secret order.
Physicians ordering this preparation may, by so doing, be initiating the alcohol habit.
"one who has been initiated," 1811, from past participle adjective initiate (c.1600); see initiate (v.).
c.1600, "introduce to some practice or system," also "begin, set going," from Latin initiatus, past participle of initiare "to begin, originate," from initium "beginning" (see initial). In some senses a back-formation from initiation. Related: Initiated; initiates; initiating; initiator.