References in classic literature ?
Adam, seeing that the old man was interested in the novelty of the ship, suggested that he should stay the night on board, and that he would himself be ready to start at any hour and go anywhere that the other suggested.
Of course nobody knew; nobody at Waterloo ever does know where a train is going to start from, or where a train when it does start is going to, or anything about it.
He watched her morosely and without intention of speaking, till he saw her take a rifle from the stand, examine the magazine, and start for the door.
Daylight lay back, as he spoke, and rolled in his robe to sleep, then added: "Better turn in for an early start.
So let's thank the Truth Pond for being so nice, and start on our journey to the Emerald City.
If they say, 'Charley, come, let us start for hell,' I will harness the dogs, and snap the whip, and start for hell.
Circling, as he rose, to the west, he wheeled about and jockeyed and maneuvered for the real start of the race.
Powell had rendered me a very good service:- because it's a fact that with us merchant sailors the first voyage as officer is the real start in life.
Not wishing to start an argument, Geppetto made believe he saw nothing and went on with his work.
Two were already riding forward to the point from which they were to start.
Sorry, sport, nothin' doin'," Billy said, again making to start on.
So you must take the pen in hand, and start the story.