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Things start often describes (“start ________”)
ups, motor, stop, finish, command, motors, position, tag, agreement, lamps, technique, relationship, \u00bb, circuit, program, condition, treaty, thread, date, signal, lamp, bit, off, frame, talks, procedure, phase, valve, statement, button, tags, pulse, ballasts, switch, transaction, operation, injector, negotiations, algorithm, circuits, threads, helix, pcr, fig, capability, message, dependency, instruction, emissions, induction, signaling, mode, guide, scratch, mechanism, run, worm, card, sequence, with, menu, here, engines, checklist, lever

Descriptive words:
good, fresh, early, very, new, slow, late, bad, false, sudden, promising, fair, better, click, quick, slight, poor, excellent, cold, auspicious, select, earlier, shaky, violent, fine, rocky, successful, fast, modest, inauspicious, immediate, official, clean, random, earliest, hot, involuntary, healthy, useful, difficult, int, rough, encouraging, guilty, nervous, convulsive, brilliant, prompt, unpromising, splendid, warm, impressive, nice, easy, wrong, wonderful, latest, smooth, decent, humble, vigorous, minute, sure, global


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See start used in context: 100+ rhymes, 30 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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