Words and phrases whose definition contains start:   (168 results)

., acromphalus, afresh, arithmetic progression, assail, attack, balkline, base, baulk-line, begin, beginning, bestir oneself, bon voyage, boot, break in, break out, bring up, broad jump, bud, bully off, carina, cataphyll, catch, catch fire, center, chill, clean slate, combust, come on, come up, commence, conflagrate, contents, crank, crank handle, crank up, critical mass, curfew, diverge, doomed, electrical system, enkindle, erupt, excogitate, face off, false, fire, firebomb, firelighter, fireman, first, first gear, flying, flying start, frederico garcia lorca, fresh, fresh start, game, garcia lorca, gas line, geometric progression, get cracking, get going, get moving, get rolling, get started, get weaving, go, go away, go on, hare and hounds, head start, henry viii, home, hot, hot-wire, ignite, incendiary, incendiary bomb, indent, indentation, indenture, inflame, instrument, instrumental role, itch, jump, jump-start, jumpstart, kickoff, kindle, lead, lead off, light, light up, line of scrimmage, long jump, lorca, low, low gear, mate, merry-go-round, open, opening, open fire, open up, pace lap, paper chase, pass, pole position, post, pump priming, racing start, rally, reactant, reaction, rear back, reboot, recommence, relief pitcher, reliever, restart, running start, safety squeeze, safety squeeze play, scratch race, scrimmage line, send-off, sensitiser, sensitizer, server, set, set ablaze, set afire, set aflame, set on fire, shivering, shy, signal, sisyphus, sound off, stake, start-off, starter, starting, starting block, starting buffer, starting handle, starting line, start up, strategic warning, strike up, string line, synapsis, table of contents, tabula rasa, take fire, teammate, teaser, teeoff, tee off, thelarche, third, third gear, torpedo, unlimited, venipuncture, zero hour

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