Antonyms for restarted

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Dick threw some coal into the furnace, and restarted the launch.

In the event of a crew making a bad start, they should be at once stopped and restarted.

A foul occurred in the first essay at starting, and the boats were restarted.

He restarted his engine once more, and went his way thoughtfully.

He smile reassuringly and waved his hand as he restarted the car.

In a moment I restarted the car, but not before he had risen and remounted upon the step.

It might be an hour—certainly not less than forty minutes—before the train could be restarted.

Indeed twice they stopped dead in the act of turning into the road, and the engine had to be restarted.

He roused himself with a sigh, restarted his engine, and went on to find some turning place.

For some years the industry was abandoned, but was restarted on a small scale in 1903.