It builds to a masquerade ball, in which Not Harry and the women don masks and commence flirting.
The Washington sausage-making process will commence soon enough.
Here are five essential tasks to commence before conservative reform truly rolls forward.
The excerpt begins on Sunday night while they're waiting for Hell Week to commence.
So a battle of the airwaves could be about to commence during the tough negotiations over a settlement.
Not till the third day commence the first geological operations.
It is understood that Col. Lawrence will commence this benevolent and patriotic work in the spring or early summer.
At daybreak on the 14th M. de Villeroy sent word to M. du Maine to commence the action.
Our plan is to manage so as to have it commence everywhere at the same hour.
As we commence a new year, shall we not commence anew to live for God?
c.1300, from Old French comencier "to begin, start" (10c., Modern French commencer), from Vulgar Latin *cominitiare, originally "to initiate as priest, consecrate," from Latin com- "together" (see com-) + initiare "to initiate," from initium (see initial (adj.)). Spelling with double -m- began in French and was established in English by 1500. Related: Commenced; commencing.