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noun as in first string

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For starters, that religious-themed movies are difficult to make and even more difficult to make successful.

For starters, from a purely practical, all-hands-on-deck position, I say if you can do the job, you should keep the job.

For starters: No one knows what the future strategy against ISIS will look like.

For starters, both the bats and the virus have to be present.

For starters, the average age of the Best Actor Oscar nominees last year was 47.

There has been such a thing as three over the line out of four starters, so great is the eagerness for a lead.

It had been expected that other colleges would take part in this race, but, for certain reasons, there were but five starters.

For starters, they can't hold you forever without arresting you, giving you a phone call, and letting you talk to a lawyer.

Since these are the real starters of all progress this type should be encouraged, with a view to making him more practical.

There won't be many starters; about ten or a dozen, probably.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to starters, such as: first team, and varsity.

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