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(right) from the word go

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English(right) from the word go(right) from the word gospokenBEGINNING from the beginning of something The marriage was a disaster from the word go. word
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(right) from the word goI knew it was a deliberate attempt from the word go to bring the band down.The marriage was a disaster from the word go, although I didn't realize this until it was all over.It was a nightmare from the word go.At the County Ground, the wolves were on the prowl right from the word go.They are reflexes built into the system from the word go.In Damage, from Josephine Hart's novel, he gets more or less everything wrong from the word go.
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