Synonyms of usher in English:

usher


See definition of usher

verb

1‘he ushered him to a window seat’

SYNONYMS
escort, accompany, help, assist, take, show, see, lead, show someone the way, lead the way, conduct, guide, steer, pilot, shepherd, convoy

noun

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SYNONYMS
attendant, escort, guide
doorkeeper, commissionaire, aide, lackey, flunkey

Phrases

    usher in

    ‘the railways ushered in an era of cheap mass travel’


    SYNONYMS
    herald, mark the start of, signal, announce, give notice of, ring in, show in, set the scene for, pave the way for, clear the way for, open the way for, smooth the path of
    portend, foreshadow
    start, begin, initiate, introduce, put in place, open the door to, allow to happen, inaugurate, get going, get off the ground, set in motion, get under way, kick off, launch, cause
    precede, antecede