from scratch

  1. from the beginning, especially without relying on resources or other advantages
    she built her business up from scratch
    he baked the torte from scratch
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How To Use from scratch In A Sentence

  • One can hardly believe that this paper mill was started from scratch only a few years ago.
  • Instead of buying pre-packed munchies, involve the kids in making their snacks from scratch. The Sun
  • We had to start again from scratch .
  • (It is a geekly penchant to do things from scratch, but then this is not always unjustified.) Planet RDF
  • I've deleted everything and re-installed DOS 5 and Windows 3.1 from scratch, all to no avail.
  • Also, putting these extras where they show to best advantage provided a good hedge against the financial risk of building a home from scratch.
  • Monotonic search is usually efficient in space, because the searcher does not have to construct each state's representation from scratch.
  • Cotton mittens will prevent the baby from scratching his own face.
  • That was the same idea Albiez had in 1990 when he decided to make an electric car from scratch.
  • It might stop you from scratching the wrong itch. The Sun
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