incipient

[ in-sip-ee-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF incipient

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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.

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