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Definition of start:

  1. A sudden motion or twitch from alarm, & c.; a spring; excitement; a sally; a sudden fit; a quick spring; a darting; act of setting out. To get the start, to begin before another.
  2. To alarm; to startle; to rouse suddenly from concealment; to raise; to invent; to move suddenly from its place; to empty.
  3. To move suddenly, as it by a twitch or an involuntary shrinking; to move, as with a spring or leap; to shrink; to wince; to move suddenly aside; to move out of place; to set out; to commence.

Common misspellings for start:

dtart, strart, satarte, steriated, sateriated, sateroid.

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Examples of usage for start:

  1. At last it was time to start – Mrs. Peter Rabbit by Thornton W. Burgess
  2. That was the start all right; but how did it go on? – The Devil's Garden by W. B. Maxwell
  3. I gave him my name, and saw him start – They Call Me Carpenter by Upton Sinclair

Quotes for start:

  1. I don't think at my age... you can start ruling people out in politics.
  2. This campaign was special because we always kept the challenger mentality we had from the start. We managed to keep the against -all -odds, can -do spirit that kept us going when no one thought we could win.
  3. I knew you had to go in and audition and maybe they'd hire you, and that's where you start. I had a good understanding about press: that it's the actor's responsibility to publicize his or her films.
  4. Once you start to look into the guts of climate change you find that just about every scientific institution in the world is conducting research on the issue.
  5. Michael Sanchez and I grew up in New Jersey, not far from here, playing soccer together. When I was in high school, I worked to start an organization to help senior citizens, which I learned a great deal from.

Rhymes for start:

  1. art, bart, cart, carte, chart, dart, hart, harte, heart, mart, part, smart, tart, marte, parte, smartt;
  2. apart, depart, descartes, impart, restart;
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