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Temporal ContextPlay
Use 'outset' to talk about the time when something begins, focusing on the initiation phase. SlideShe was enthusiastic at the outset of her dance classes.
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Emphasizing ExpectationsPlay
'Outset' is often used to highlight intentions or expectations at the start of a process. SlideWe made it clear from the outset that we would only tolerate respectful dialogue.
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No Future ConnotationPlay
'Outset' doesn't suggest the future success or failure of something; it's neutral about outcomes. SlideDespite the problems at the outset, the event was a great success.