commence[ kuh-mens ]SEE DEFINITION OF commence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMMENCE
The office has come to me unsought; I commence its duties untrammeled.
In the mean time, the slaughter was about to commence on the other side.
At four in the morning, we would turn out, and commence our work.
O, when will the reign of perfect charity, that "thinketh no evil," commence!
I never give up what I once commence, and I never fail in what I undertake!
I wish you'd commence to-night, instead of choir practice night.
Take the money that now ascends, Madame; but after that, no more, for we commence!
He will commence with the celebrated Experience of the bee in the window.
We had been ready to commence the play for an hour, and I was greatly excited.
I cried with rage, and just then I was informed that the second act of Phdre was about to commence.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR COMMENCE
- come into being
- enter upon
- get going
- get under way
- go ahead
- hit the road
- lay foundation
- make a beginning
- sally forth
- see light
- set in motion
- set out
- set up
- take first step
- take the plunge
- turn on