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Incipience

noun
1.
Beginning to exist or to be apparent.  Synonym: incipiency.  "It is designed to arrest monopolies in their incipiency"






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"Incipience" Quotes from Famous Books



... been well that day, and he now felt worse than before. The pain in his head had given place to a strange sense of dilation, and there was a silent, confused riot in his fevered brain, which seemed to him like the incipience of insanity. Striving to divert his mind from what had passed, by reflection on other themes, he could not hold his thoughts; they came teeming but dim, and slipped and fell away; and only the one circumstance ...
— The Ghost • William. D. O'Connor



Words linked to "Incipience" :   incipient, get-go, commencement, offset, incipiency, showtime, outset, first, beginning, start, starting time, kickoff



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