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The metaverse is inchoate enough as a concept for just about anyone to seem like they know what they’re doing, regardless of whether they actually do.

From Digiday

At these basal layers, beneath even emotions and moods, there lies a cognitively subterranean, inchoate, difficult-to-describe experience of simply being a living organism.

Yet, despite its inchoate state and potential dismissal by other browsers, the method has been added not just to specs for digital ad techniques but for a variety of potential web standards.

From Digiday

Previously, I had imagined each of my fetuses as a sort of generic polliwog inside me, inchoate and more or less benign, or at least not yet capable of mocking my choice of walking shoes.

Their inchoate fury lumped together anger at same-sex marriage, at foreigners and at “the system.”

Yet the show has gotten a deal of negative criticism for being inchoate, unselective, too rambling, and uneven.

But more often than not, the terrible beatings rained down on them for no reason other than sheer inchoate rage.

Though blurred, the economic divide was still manifest, although all of them seemed to feel strong, if inchoate, political fervor.

William Morris is so inchoate that you can't even really describe their culture.

The specimen shown in fig. 51 contains four perfect Swastikas and two inchoate and uncertain.

He was as awkward in displaying that inchoate theatre as a newly-made father with his first-born.

But the time came when equally inchoate ideas of his own manhood led him to grow cool.

The result was the second stage, which my enemies call inchoate and I call Impressionism.

In the inchoate phase of their development they are but different aspects of the same general facts of social structure.


On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inchoate, such as: amorphous, elementary, embryonic, formless, immature, and imperfect.

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