Synonyms for start-off
- day one
- first step
- flying start
- running start
- setting out
- square one
Antonyms for start-off
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR START-OFF
“Still it does look a bit stiff for a start-off,” he admitted.
These were for use only when an emergency made it necessary to take a start-off from land.
What she says goes and y'u want to get that into yere system from the start-off.
"That's why you wasn't put in at the start-off," he declared.
In winter this is dangerous, and at all times it frets the horses to slide out of the stable at the start-off.
"We're playing in great luck, right at the start-off," said Harris, in a low tone.
There was something about the man that Matt liked, in spite of the deceit he had practised at the start-off of their acquaintance.
Somewhat late, we realize that not a great deal has been said about weather conditions for the start-off.
It would wear off in time, but it takes time for it to wear off; and it had to go pretty rusty for a start-off.