} Meaning of INCIPIENT In A Sentence - Words In Sentences

Meaning of INCIPIENT In A Sentence

Definition: to come into being or to become apparent


Part of Speech: Adjective

Synonym(s): aborning, budding

Antonym(s): full-fledged, mature, ripe


Example Sentences:

 

1. As the boy and girl stared at each other, it was obvious the two had formed an incipient connection.

 

2. We are securing financing so the business is still very much in an incipient stage.

 

3. I’m not sure why, but I feel an incipient dislike for the arrogant woman.

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