Adjective(1) only partly in existence; imperfectly formed
(1) I don't appear to be completely incapacitated by incipient Alzheimer's (or is it Retired Raver's Mind-Rot?) after all, then.(2) Instead, energy prices are a prime incipient consequence of global reflation.(3) For an important but limited beginning, Stover's text forms only an incipient explication of the African American mother tongue.(4) This was the approach favoured by the group of countries with incipient pharmaceutical industries capable of producing generic copies of highly expensive drugs.(5) He hits on the tight connection in everything we're seeing between incompetence, state mendacity and incipient authoritarianism.(6) Meanwhile, the French girl has had time to take in the holiday wear - the extra-large T-shirt, the shorts, the sandals with cotton socks, the incipient sunburn.(7) At least at the beginning of the incipient movement, conservatives and libertarians could find a common enemy in the growth of the New Deal welfare state.(8) I am assuming the groomsman is an incipient politician - maybe mayor number three?(9) The following day she had the opportunity to test her incipient beliefs when she dined with an aristocratic English woman.(10) We ended up leaving at around midnight - a disgustingly early time and obvious evidence of our incipient senility.(11) It seemed inevitable that something would be done at the beginning of this week to halt the incipient crash dynamics of the stock market.(12) Aries at 0 is the beginning of the zodiac, the first degree, an incipient point of something that breaks onto the world consciousness.(13) Martha's experiences as both a normalista and a paraprofessional enhanced her development as an incipient teacher.(14) No indications of tabulation; a short split in the wall either represents damage or is an incipient opening.(15) Come about 1914, we find ├ö├ç├┐shower├ö├ç├û being applied to a heap of gifts ├ö├ç├┐showered├ö├ç├û all at once on a lucky bride or incipient mother, usually at a females-only social event.(16) Although it is still too early to draw any final conclusions, we do have incipient evidence that the peer groups are making a difference.
1. developing ::
3. emerging ::
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6. just beginning ::
7. inceptive ::
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9. inchoate ::
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11. embryonic ::
13. in its infancy ::
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14. germinal ::
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2. mature ::
3. ripe ::
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