Believe it or not, a break at the onset of mild cramps may let you play in the game for longer.
onset is typically during middle age, which is characteristic of the long incubation periods most prion diseases show.
I was never sure whether this was phlegm or the onset of lunacy.
The adults then burn one down but realize drugs are less fun with the onset of parental responsibilities.
We are also introduced to her aging parents and watch as they wrestle with the onset of a life-threatening illness.
The shrieks of women and children blended fearfully with the rattle of musketry and the cry of onset.
The onset of their attack was invariably sudden and with scarcely any warning.
You are more to be feared in the onset than on account of the force of your blows.
At the first onset the reptile had used every effort to retreat in that direction.
The onset was terrific: the second line was broken like the first, and in its rear the red-coated riders appeared.
onset on·set (ŏn'sět')
A beginning; a start, as of a cold.