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The specimen shown in fig. 51 contains four perfect Swastikas and two inchoate and uncertain.
THE SWASTIKATHOMAS WILSON
He was as awkward in displaying that inchoate theatre as a newly-made father with his first-born.
THE REGENTE. ARNOLD BENNETT
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.
THE LIFE OF JAMES MCNEILL WHISTLERELIZABETH ROBINS PENNELL
In the inchoate phase of their development they are but different aspects of the same general facts of social structure.
The sporting man's sense of luck and chance, or of fortuitous necessity, is an inarticulate or inchoate animism.
Ideas as they first present themselves are inchoate and incomplete.
HOW WE THINKJOHN DEWEY
Now dawn came fast and spread its inchoate light over the silent assemblage in the hills.
THE HERITAGE OF THE HILLSARTHUR P. HANKINS
They give, like discovery, an inchoate title, and are preparations and precursors of future occupations.
We halted a moment at the town of Bridgeport, identified by one wooden store and an inchoate hotel.

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