start (v.) 2
startle, alarm, disturb
AW V.iii.232 [King to Bertram] every feather starts you
E3 II.ii.47 [King Edward to Lodowick, on hearing a drum] To start the tender Cupid in my bosom
Mac V.v.15 [Macbeth to himself] Direness ... / Cannot once start me
Oth I.i.102 [Brabantio to Roderigo] Upon malicious bravery dost thou come / To start my quiet
TC V.ii.104 [Cressida to Diomedes] one cannot speak a word / But it straight starts you
TN IV.i.58 [Olivia to Sebastian, of Sir Toby] He started one poor heart of mine, in thee