Start to Stick

Start, v. n.

    1. Shrink, flinch, wince, startle.
    2. Depart, set out, set off.
    3. Arise, come into existence suddenly.
    4. Deviate, digress, differ.
    5. Move suddenly, spring, startle.

Start, v. a.

    1. Rouse, alarm, startle, disturb, fright, scare.
    2. Evoke, raise, call forth.
    3. Begin, initiate, institute, set on foot.
    4. Discover, invent.
    5. Move (suddenly), dislocate.

Start, n.

    1. Startle, sudden motion.
    2. Fit, spasmodic effort, twitch, spasm.
    3. Beginning, outset.
    4. Excitement, stimulus.
    5. Sally, sudden effusion, impulse.
    6. Shoot, quick spring.

Start after. Follow, pursue, set out after.

Start against. Compete with, act as rival candidate.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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