other words for start out
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
The play went on, and Kathleen, rousing with a start out of her languid mood, watched it with eager eyes.
You start out at nightfall and do good time over the first hundred yards.
If I were a real man and not a mere phrase-monger I should start out on the journey at once.
To start out to do good is much like saying you'll add a cubit to your stature.
We used to start out just as the moon, climbing over the woods, fell soft across the bare fields.
If you do think so, all you have to do is to start out and walk on them, to know for sure they're all right.
Men hastily hurried out, officers running to and fro, and they start out on double quick, marching by our sleeping boys.
And then, in the wavering light, there seemed to start out another name and date.
I know that he will listen, but if he doesn't, you might let him see you start out to visit her.
His education was now richer by this fact: once you start out after treasure, you can think of nothing else until it is found.