Start for. Be a candidate for (as an office).

Start from. Issue from, proceed from.

Starting-point, n. Point of departure.

Startle, v. n. Shrink, wince, flinch, start.

Startle, v. a.

    1. Frighten, fright, affright, alarm, shock.
    2. Strike with wonder, surprise, astonish, astound, amaze.

Startle, n. Shock, start.

Startling, a. Shocking, alarming, sudden, unexpected, unforeseen, surprising, astonishing, unheard of, abrupt.

Start up. Rise suddenly.

Start with. Begin with

Starvation, n. Famishment.

Starve, v. n.

    1. Famish, perish (with hunger).
    2. Lack, want, be in need.

Starve, v. a.

    1. Kill with hunger, starve to death.
    2. Subdue by famine.

Starveling, a. Lean, meagre, lank, emaciated, gaunt, skinny, scraggy, raw-boned, hungry, thin, attenuated, ill-fed, ill-conditioned.

Starveling, n. Pauper, mendicant, beggar.

Starwort, n. Chickweed, star-flower.

State, n.

    1. Condition, situation, position, plight, predicament, pass, case, category.
    2. Rank, condition, quality.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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