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synonyms for restarted

  • proceed
  • reestablish
  • reinstate
  • renew
  • reopen
  • restore
  • resume
  • return to
  • recapitulate
  • recommence
  • begin over
  • begin where one left off
  • carry on
  • carry over
  • go on with
  • pick up
  • reinstitute
  • take up
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antonyms for restarted

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  • finish
  • halt
  • stop
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How to use restarted in a sentence

He restarted the car, and, taking his seat once more at the wheel, drove on at a smooth and easy pace.
THE HERMIT OF FAR ENDMARGARET PEDLER
Racing had been restarted; up and down the gutters newsboys ran shouting the winners.
THE KINGDOM ROUND THE CORNERCONINGSBY DAWSON
Prudence restarted her machine and Alice reluctantly bent over her patterns.
THE HOUND FROM THE NORTHRIDGWELL CULLUM
Finally the engines were restarted, and they pressed steadily down the ever-widening estuary.
THE PIT PROP SYNDICATEFREEMAN WILLS CROFTS
As it happened, an automobile came up when he restarted his team, and he looked round as he drove on again.
THE PROTECTORHAROLD BINDLOSS
However, she missed us, and I immediately gave orders for the motors to be restarted.
BILLY BARCROFT, R.N.A.S.PERCY F. WESTERMAN
In the event of a crew making a bad start, they should be at once stopped and restarted.
ROWINGRUDOLF CHAMBERS LEHMANN
A foul occurred in the first essay at starting, and the boats were restarted.
BOATINGW. B. WOODGATE
I set the men to work, however, to clean things up again, and they have restarted the job this morning.
UNDER THE CHILIAN FLAGHARRY COLLINGWOOD
It might be an hour—certainly not less than forty minutes—before the train could be restarted.
MERRY-GARDEN AND OTHER STORIESSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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