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double crochet.


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Correct spelling:
A sudden movement; spring; beginning of motion; outset.
To cause to start; rouse; set in motion; originate; loosen.
To move suddenly; spring; beging.
beginning (noun)
source, preparation, conception, dawn, stem, creation, derivation, earliness, emergence, embryo, nascency, beginning, inception, nativity, commencement, spring, precursor, sprout, hatching, prelude, birth, babyhood, introduction, inauguration, Genesis, origin, infancy, cradle.
begin (verb)
commence, dawn, undertake, hatch, birth, introduce, emerge, sprout, bud, inaugurate, initiate, initialize, embark, originate, prepare, spring, conceive, stem, induct, create, develop, form, germinate, begin.
originate (verb)
invent, introduce, induct, commence, initiate, institute, create, generate, conceive, hatch, begin, originate, inaugurate, produce.
Other synonyms:
place, fall out, sidetrack, acquire, line, lead off, cross, trigger, straightaway, conk, lettuce, baffle, get off, experience, ball, bound, incorporate, fountain, incipience, bread, moan, leg, come in, drive, get around to, take down, stick, dash, digress, energize, start up, adopt, put down, take, start-off, subtract, gelt, split up, raise the roof, imbibe, head, bring forth, suck up, get down to, outgrowth, kill, climb up, expound, perish, onset, suffer, commencement ceremony, find, depreciation, moolah, clams, flutter, range, launch, come out, get rolling, pose, capture, pouch, complain, kick the bucket, live, croak, substitute, beginning, appear, starting signal, run short, eject, bring, flinch, show up, found, scrape, baseline, gravel, possibilities, run, depress, latch on, split, operate, jump out, commence, cast down, prevail on, bolt, starting, perplex, bug out, catalyze, offshoot, pass away, seek, disunite, startle, root, deject, bewilder, give way, enter, mutter, the blocks, fix, cash in one's chips, low, bugger off, fetch, leap, flummox, dead heat, kickoff, step forward, drop dead, diverge, stand out, borrow, plump, saltation, lead astray, separate, crank, incite, go, sail, cringe, carry on, establish, sound, go bad, cacography, parachuting, go into, cope, flash, lay out, spur, kick up a fuss/stink/argument, the initiative, low gear, sustain, parachute, scram, live on, assume, bestir oneself, departure, step to the fore, soak up, spark off, pop, come on, light, step up, depart, resume, bulk, pop up, hold out, landfall, jumping-off point, bring about, trigger off, the home stretch, break into, begin, absorb, head start, demoralise, scoop out, port of call, wince, break down, entice, project, go away, into operation, first base, straggle, rush, puzzle, get started, suck, come down, dribble, blench, first, expire, aim, dive, become, bounce, scoop up, spring up, lead up, give out, skyrocket, spark, flick, dissuade, travel, false start, explode, control, counterbalance, give-up the ghost, galvanize, convince, die, rise, murmur, mother, exposit, come out of the closet, come to the fore, dough, issue, pass over, join, set-back, day one, start out, stolon, work, swallow, sop up, lift off, approach, baton, take something further, bolt down, wampum, cancel, motivate, let, break up, chance, get under one's skin, set to, actuate, press, chicken feed, exit, pop out, draw, pass, toss off, appearance, bulge, come forward, sally, endure, jerk, straight, first-class honours degree, deduct, break through, cause, showtime, branch, set up, alternate, jut, get down, father, incipiency, pioneer, beat, attach, fasten on, buzz off, proceed, amaze, demoralize, lolly, arrival, progress, set out, burst out, blow up, extend, bulge out, kvetch, mark, arising, scope, go about, incision, last, snuff it, protrude, jump-start, choice, strike, jump, corner, quit, incur, jut out, cabbage, shout, come forth, out, beget, constitute, first gear, starting time, start on, take on, have, scoop, prod, window of opportunity, take off, convey, opening, rootage, choke, trip, activate, take in, down, originate, threshold, scratch line, turn out, part, encourage, egress, shy, runner, move into, hold up, change, alpha, shekels, engender, lower, come into being, deviate, go forth, uprise, drink down, dismount, offset printing, dart, pour down, get, boodle, go on, coax, blend in, vex, obtain, take leave, fount, scratching, scratch, broach, decease, rally, bag, vary, ahead, blend, get off the ground, hook on, divide, dumbfound, rocket, push through, survive, inside track, get-go, drop back, circuit, erupt, arise, lead, lift out, scar, stand in, set off, make, send-off, recoil, backhand, get cracking, dispirit, stir up, initiation, initiate, fall/fit into place, walk on, rifle, fail, tremble, crop up, suck in, scraping, get weaving, attempt, mystify, belt down, dent, clock, chute, seize on, nascence, commencement, inside lane, scribble, land, dismay, detonate, access, pay back, prick, graduation, setoff, course, skip over, kale, persuade, pay off, jump off, catch, induce, write down, take over, jumpstart, set in, lunge, galvanise, hyperventilate, leave, go to, quail, get going, pelf, cry out, stimulate, arrest, lucre, back away, tumble, morning, get moving, organize, opportunity, let down, graduation exercise, conk out, locomote, sire, slit, set down, cower, pop off, kick off, dive in, cool off, pull up stakes, stick out, skip, forge ahead, cut in, jumping, belong, touch off, stupefy, fill in, edge, turn up, scrawl, open, drop-off, instigate, sugar, blast, flow, play, abrasion, unhorse, lap, grow, fit, dinero, set forth, commencement exercise, surface, contract, layover, urge on, outset, array, nonplus, twitch, bring out, excoriation, number one, break, grumble, set about, arrive, buy the farm, lodge, receive, take time off, delivery, come, starting point, engage, embark on, number 1, run low, offset, loot, leap out, shrink, bring down, chip, take up, sorb, simoleons, move, starting line, function, derail.
Examples of usage:
  1. I feel as if I wanted to start off now." - "The Young Musician or, Fighting His Way", Horatio Alger.
  2. One sort of knows them to start with. - "Secret Bread", F. Tennyson Jesse.
  3. I call it a good start. - "Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present", Various.

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