References in classic literature ?
I started to come last night, and I could not find the way.
So I started on my hands and knees, because I could go faster that way, and with more confidence, too, and not knock down things.
I started across to the town from a little below the ferry-landing, and the drift of the current fetched me in at the bottom of the town.
When I had started with the Time Machine, I had started with the absurd assumption that the men of the Future would certainly be infinitely ahead of ourselves in all their appliances.
So she chose a number of the Winkies who looked as if they knew the most, and they all started away.
Then, accompanied by Umbopa, Khiva, Ventvogel, and half a dozen bearers whom we hired on the spot, we started off on foot upon our wild quest.
He walked up, and a little boy, playing unconcernedly in the sunshine, started at his approach and fled quickly away: to him the stranger was the enemy.
The great thing is to make a good breakfast," and he started with a couple of chops, saying that he would take these while they were hot, as the beef could wait.
The postilion started the horses, the off pole horse tugged at his collar, the high springs creaked, and the body of the coach swayed.
Some of the Mangaboos discovered them as soon as they left the House of the Sorcerer; but when they started toward the mountain the vegetable people allowed them to proceed without interference, yet followed in a crowd behind them so that they could not go back again.
For fourteen days he had not slept; until they had reached Garba his clothes had never been changed since they had started upon their perilous journey.
Petrushka kneeling in his low sledge started his horse.