What is another word for launches?

Pronunciation: [lˈɔːnt͡ʃɪz] (IPA)

When it comes to marketing and business development, the word "launch" is used to signify the initial introduction of a product or service. However, this term can become monotonous over time. To add more variety and a touch of creativity, one can use synonyms for launches. Instead of saying, "we're launching this new product," try, "we're introducing this innovation," "unveiling our latest creation," "debuting our newest addition," "revealing our fresh offering," or "introducing our cutting-edge solution." Using synonymous terms adds flair and excitement to any business announcement. Moreover, it enhances the likelihood of grabbing the attention of the target audience.

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What are the hypernyms for Launches?

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Usage examples for Launches

Mr. Spokesly dived into the custom house and made for the waterside, where a number of gasolene launches were tied up.
William McFee
Then, recovering himself, with his mailed arms on Sordello's shoulders, he launches forth in an eager survey of the situation as it may shape itself for both.
"A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)"
Mrs. Sutherland Orr
Isn't it astonishing that men created Venice and that men have now put steam launches in the canals of Venice!
"The Way of Ambition"
Robert Hichens

Famous quotes with Launches

  • When an aggressor force continually launches attacks from a particular base of operations, it is sound military strategy to take the flight to the enemy.
    Timothy McVeigh
  • We did not start a fight with America, and we don't want a war with America. If someone launches an attack, though, we will respond. We will not take rejection or humiliation. We do not want to fight.
    Hassan Nasrallah
  • He is interested in the feelings of the squash ball, and of the champagne bottle that launches the ship. In a football match his sympathy is not with either of the teams but with the ball, or, in a match ending nil-nil, with the hunger of the goalmouth.
    Franz Kafka
  • It had been the winter of 1835-6 that the ship, Alert, in her voyage for hides on the remote and almost unknown coast of California, floated into the vast solitude of the bay of San Francisco. All around was the stillness of nature. One vessel, a Russian, lay at anchor there, but during our whole stay not a sail came or went. Our trade was with remote missions, which sent hides to us in launches manned by their Indians... Over a region far beyond our sight there was no other human habitations, expect that an enterprising Yankee, years in advance of his time, had put up, on the rising ground above the landing, a shanty of rough boards, where he carried on a very small retail trade between the hide ships and the Indians. On the evening of Saturday, the thirteenth of August, 1859 (I again sailed into) the entrance to San Francisco, (now) the great center of worldwide commerce.
    Richard Henry Dana
  • All this will have left you disposed to understand one of our principal Futurist efforts, which consists of abolishing in literature the apparently indissoluble fusion of the two concepts of . This ideological a fusion has reduced all romance to a sort of heroic assault that a bellicose and lyrical male launches against a tower that bristles with enemies, a story which ends when the hero, now beneath starlight, carries the divine Beauty-Woman away to new heights. Novels such as by Victor Hugo or by Flaubert can clarify my point. It is a matter of a dominant leitmotif, already worn out,c of which we would like to disencumber literature and art in general.
    Filippo Tommaso Marinetti

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