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running start

noun as in flying start

Weak match

noun as in head start

Weak match

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Entering an empty race with a running start was helpful, and so was her bank account.

The session continued in a second part focused on fundamental JavaScript SEO complete with code examples for React and Vue to give you a running start with those projects.

A Norwegian startup called Desert Control has a running start on solving a problem that’s only likely to get worse with time.

The running start is necessary to avoid the rocks that, a Palestinian subject tells the camera, once nearly broke his back.

According to Bisutti, God Inspired Fashion is already off to a running start.

Elizabeth's Gilbert's book, naturally, gave it a running start.

Leno is taking a running start, a week before the other broadcast networks roll out their fall programming.

A gal that ken jump a six-rail fence—and wissout no running start—don't let her git apast you!

"Well, we've got a running start on that order," and he threw a glance over his shoulder at the mill.

Wilson said we were getting as near as possible first, "taking a running start," to use his words.

We just get a running start and jump on the ice and skeet as far as we could go, and then run some more.

Hans Van Doorst had gone to the raised stern of his wrecked boat to give himself a running start, and as Ramsay looked, he dived.

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On this page you'll find 52 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to running start, such as: quick start.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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