Synonyms for flying start

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"I've got to get a flying start, and hit the rail at a good pace," reasoned Joe.

Woolwine, our quarter, caught it and took a flying start off his shoe hobs.

The net result of the flying start and apparent haste was not a little comment on part of those who had gathered near the car.

On high sandy spots the cecropias did not get that flying start which they needed for their vertical straightaway dash.

He retorted with a fling at the green costume of the other, and then the bugle sounded for the flying start.

I'm going to get a flying start; you know, if you get a flying start the higher you will fly when you do fly.

As is well known, aeroplanes need a sort of flying start in order to become effective.

It must be remembered that the river is not wide at Bourne (p. 183) End, and that it was a flying start.

An hour later Burford turned up, tired, but in high spirits, for his dredge had made a flying start on the lateral.

The race was to begin from a flying start, which was to be announced by the report of a pistol.

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