For starters, there are only a select few official balls, about ten, where the first and second families even make an appearance.
He was not very funny, for starters, which while not a crime is a mistake for someone whose profession is making with the laughs.
For starters, Khalidi indignantly dismisses what he calls “the canard regarding the Palace Hotel.”
For starters, post-Citizens United, no one seems terribly clear about how to navigate the new campaign finance landscape.
For starters, we can assume the memo takes as true what the Obama Administration has said about al-Awlaki.
These last are the reformers, the innovators, the starters, and their greatness is a discovery of after-times.
Some use their starters frequently, and make only short runs.
There were five starters in the Derby all with the same impost—122 pounds.
Well, while there were two starters, there was only one finisher.
Then they amble off toward a tree where they are their own starters.
c.1400, stertour "instigator; one who starts," agent noun from start (v.). For starters "to begin with" is 1873, American English colloquial. Starter home is from 1976; starter set is from 1946, originally of china.
[fr stark naked and stark, staring mad, with the British slang suffix -ers]