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acquaint, advance, advise, announce, apprise, ballyhoo, bill, blazon, boost, build up.
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start
Definition:
Strategies for Teaching And Reaching for Talent

Synonyms:

noun
advantage
allowance, backing, break, bulge, chance, draw, edge, handicap, head start, helping hand, introduction, lead, odds, opportunity, sponsorship, vantage.
amazement
wonder.
beginning
alpha, babyhood, beginning, birth, bow, commencement, conception, countdown, cradle, creation, dawn, dawning, derivation, earliness, embarkation, embryo, emergence, exit, first step, flying start, foundation, genesis, hatching, inauguration, inception, infancy, initiation, introduction, kickoff, leaving, nascency, nativity, onset, opening, origin, outset, precursor, prelude, preparation, running start, source, spring, sprout, start-off, stem, takeoff, square one, day one, jump-off, setting out.
departure
conge, egress, egression, embarkation, going away, hegira, walkout, sailings, egressions, walkouts, setting forth, setting out, taking leave, vanishing act.
drawing board
drafting board, planning stage.
entrance
immigration, importation, ingoing, incomings, importations.
event
start.
flinch
convulsion, jar, jump, scare, shock, spasm, turn, twitch.
head
forefronts, first place, fores.
incipience
blastoff, blastoffs.
leap
jump.
leaving
departure.
onset
onfall.
outset
primordium.
prelude
exordium, intro, Exordiums, Exordia, prelusion, intros.
seed
corn, ovule, rudiment, spore, Corns, Spores, ovules, semen, sperm, sperms.
start
begin, beginning, commence, commencement, depart, embark on, first, get, head start, initiate, jump, kickoff, lead off, offset, originate, outset, part, set about, set forth, set out, start out, starting, starting line, starting signal, starting time, startle.
surprise
eureka, precipitousness, suddenness, Astoundment, epiphanies, curveball.
threshold
doorstep, doorway, sill, sills, point of departure, doorways, doorsteps.
vantage
vantage, leg up, pre-eminence, leg-up.
wonder
wonderings.
verb
begin
begin, bud, commence, conceive, create, develop, embark, emerge, form, germinate, hatch, inaugurate, induct, initialize, initiate, introduce, originate, prepare, undertake.
begin; come into existence
activate, appear, arise, arouse, come into being, commence, create, depart, embark, engender, enter upon, establish, found, get going, inaugurate, incite, initiate, instigate, institute, introduce, issue, launch, leave, light, open, originate, pioneer, rise, rouse, sally forth, set in motion, set out, set up, turn on, go ahead, get under way, take the plunge, make a beginning, hit the road, lay foundation, see light, take first step.
competition
start.
depart
push off.
flinch
blanch, blench, bolt, bounce, bound, buck, dart, draw back, jerk, leap, quail, recoil, shrink, shy, squinch, startle, wince, jump the gun.
originate
generate, institute, invent, produce.
reveal
open up.
withdraw
recoil.
Examples of usage:
  1. Mr. Foger is going to start a new bank. – Tom Swift and his Electric Runabout or, The Speediest Car on the Road by Victor Appleton
  2. Before you start off this evening, tell Mr. Lessingham the truth, whatever it may be, the truth which you haven't told me. – The Zeppelin's Passenger by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  3. She gave a great start. – The Way of an Eagle by Ethel M. Dell
  4. I can't get back here until the next day, but I want to start as early as possible. – Running Sands by Reginald Wright Kauffman
  5. Clode turned with a start. – The New Rector by Stanley J. Weyman

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