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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to commence:   (184 results)

Antonyms:
cease, end, terminate

Often used in the same context:
recommence, begin, recommenced, completed, underway, initiate, resume, culminate, proceed, conclude, undertake, start, embark, finalize, inaugurate, cease, announce, discontinue, precede, arrive, launch, spudded, commissioning, halted, convene, continue, conduct, consist, intensify, reconvene, suspend, terminate, reopen, occur, restarted, expedite, progressing, adjourn, scheduled, participate, depart, pipelaying, interrupt, unblind, conducing, facilitate, stoping, dewater, expire, beging, ursa major, formalize, rescheduled, closes, postpone, involve, opens, enter, reconvening, reschedule, defer, partake, interfere, accelerate, encompass, anticipates, emplane, ricinus, slated, coincide, benjamin franklin bridge, consummated, disrupt, wrap, introduce, fructify, delayed, engage, recommission, concentrate, eventuates, beneficiate, regularized, calendared, melville peninsula, comprise, finalise, rejoin, soonest, incur, undergo, augment, end, perforate, join, woollybutt, prepone, revert, reappear, envisaged, extend, perform, derive, inconsistent, nothing, ex, pre, re, writ, approximate, com, con, contrary, converge, deals, deserving, none, operate, tell, \u00bb, be, commenced, desultory, brisk, dealing, harassing, pool, secretive, started, .., abominable, account, accursed, active, aircraft, arduous, arms, automotive, battery, bolts

More specific:
attack, auspicate, bestir oneself, break in, come on, embark, enter, fall, get cracking, get going, get moving, get rolling, get started, get to, get weaving, inaugurate, introduce, jump off, kick off, launch, open, plunge, set off, usher in

Appears in the definition of:
auspicate, go to war, inaugurate, kick off, take arms, take up arms

More general:
initiate, pioneer

Synonyms:
begin, embark on, get, lead off, set about, set out, start, start out, start up

Also try:
— Adjectives for commence: first, new, latter, lawful, last, right, best, next, better, second, former, more...

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See commence used in context: 64 poetry verses, 7 Shakespeare works, 6 definitions

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