start[ stahrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF start
Synonyms for start
- day one
- first step
- flying start
- running start
- setting out
- square one
Antonyms for start
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR START
I can tell by the way you start out—just like your pa fur all the world.
But before you start to read let me explain what I intend to do.
Then they wait for a third service, and after that start out home again.
Filled the water-cans, and got everything ready for a start to-morrow morning.
On the 23rd we were engaged making preparations for a start for Eucla.
All busy preparing for a start for the Head of the Bight to-morrow.
Start on this journey of progress and justice, and America will walk at your side.
To disregard it would be to start the suspicions of Dozier as soon as his brain cleared.
He was determined to start a grocery, and start a grocery he would and did.
Is it not delightful to know that you can start anything when you please?