Synonyms for incipient
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INCIPIENT
He, too, was found to be suffering from incipient tuberculosis.
How ludicrous is the incipient inebriety of a man who wears spectacles!
William was straining at his collar and growling like an incipient thunderstorm.
His eyes were ringed and bloodshot with fatigue, and with incipient snow-blindness.
He had reached the incipient stages of regret of his rash promise.
Not so, however, with the first timid bud of incipient interest.
And a flush of incipient anger spread now on her fair cheek.
It was a factitious strength, the restlessness of incipient insanity.
"He hates me," said Mrs. Travers, and frowned at d'Alcacer's incipient smile.
As such, they are associated with incipient centralized authority.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR INCIPIENT
- first off
- in the beginning
- lead off
- number one
- numero uno
- right up front