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noun as in advantage

noun as in flinch

Strongest match

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A woman typically starts her life with millions of eggs but only 400 or so will ever undergo ovulation.

When the game starts, there is only sand, a white ball, a flag indicating hole 1, and a “0” at the top of the screen.

But the fun starts when conservatives stop playing defense and go on offense.

It starts off like any other Lana tune, replete with minor chords and humming, distorted vocals.

There's blood on many hands tonight…That blood on the hands starts at City Hall in the Office of the Mayor.

With the dispersal of the spores the cone shrivels up, and then the stems starts to send out green branches.

So when she clears up a little along towards noon, these three takes a packadero layout an' starts, presumable for Medicine Lodge.

If one starts out in a haphazard way, it takes him a long time to find his bearings, and much valuable time is lost.

And if Mrs. Case starts a class to travel on skis this winter, I want to be in it.

Soon it floats—as I explained just now—and conversation starts again on theology.


On this page you'll find 183 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to starts, such as: outset, dawn, kickoff, opening, origin, and foundation.

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