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synonyms for incipiently

  • basically
  • formerly
  • primitively
  • at first
  • at the outset
  • at the start
  • by birth
  • by origin
  • first
  • in the beginning
  • in the first place
  • primarily
  • to begin with

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How to use incipiently in a sentence

These barbaric codes of Roman law mark the passage of Roman law into incipiently mediaeval stages.
THE MEDIAEVAL MIND (VOLUME II OF II)HENRY OSBORN TAYLOR
She knew also how much he admired Laura Arden, and she suspected him of being incipiently in love.
PIETRO GHISLERIF. (FRANCIS) MARION CRAWFORD
Incipiently the women of his stories lived now, but he was still very young.
TO TELL YOU THE TRUTHLEONARD MERRICK
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WORDS RELATED TO INCIPIENTLY

  • at first
  • at the outset
  • at the start
  • basically
  • by birth
  • by origin
  • first
  • formerly
  • in the beginning
  • in the first place
  • incipiently
  • primarily
  • primitively
  • to begin with
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