Started In A Sentence

Definition of Started

simple past tense and past participle of start

How To Use Started In A Sentence?

  • It was late in the afternoon when he started from the depot for the new quarters.
  • And failing to see her started me thinking that after all she might have given them the slip.
  • Gray started up, dizzy and trembling; but his first glance showed him what it was.
  • He started a sarcastic smile, but quenched it, according to the etiquette of his profession.
  • The boys, after they had been to the quarries, started home ahead of the others, and on foot.
  • Randy took off his coat and shoes and started for the apartment where Pep was fast asleep.
  • It was hearing herself called Laughing Anne that had started her sobbing like a fool.
  • Gathering up the lines, I started the horses quickly, lest he should ask where I got my load.
  • When Amundsen searched for the South Pole, he started from an island near Australia.
  • Patricia left her still in bed when she started to the studio in the afternoon, though she seemed almost herself again.
  • At seven o'clock he put on his cap and started to lock up to go in quest of his missing comrade.
  • We grew very impatient to get to solid ground, so we started too early and went springing from cake to cake.
  • Instinctively he fired at it, started to run in pursuit, and stumbled against something soft which threw him down headlong.
  • I gathered my scattered wits and started to make some attempt at conversation, but the man with the shoulder-straps forestalled me.
  • He had got hold of the story rather vaguely, and he started chattering on that subject, thinking she knew all about it.
  • All started from their seats, imagining it the shock of an earthquake, or that old father red-cap was coming among them in all his terrors.
  • On the night of the dream he started away at eleven, shaking hands with the family, and said good-by according to custom.
  • Joe, who had already started to climb into the reaper seat, came back and looked in at the door, the better to look reproachfully at us.
  • He had started over to give Pep a shake and make him get up and undress, when he chanced to pass one of the windows and glanced out.
  • I wondered, inconsequently, as the cage started on its downward passage, if he had thought that I was going down on a tour of inspection.

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Started | Started Sentence

  • Then reluctantly we started again.
  • They had started the scare.
  • I started a few minutes after three.
  • He started with such parts of it as he could grab.
  • Having cared for the horses we three started for the house.
  • He started up in bed and looked round the room.
  • Pep started off, whistling like some happy lark.
  • Hicks started at mention of Goodell.
  • We started of course by ringing up the Dean.
  • He started up and looked round for Lumley and the horses.
  • Davidson started violently, all his senses on the alert at once.
  • They both started talking together, describing his appearance and behaviour.
  • The professor started up eagerly, knocking the ashes out of his pipe.
  • As Patricia hurriedly started for the stair she called to her.
  • I started an inspection tramp through the southern mines of California.
  • The shooting I heard came off as they started away with the plunder.
  • It was still raining heavily and I started out on a fast walk.
  • At this cold touch Lady Banfi uttered a shriek and started up.
  • Mr. Byrne had made up his mind to see Tom Corbin started fairly on his way.
  • I don't know where she got to, except that she started down the creek.

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