View definitions for nascent
adjective as in budding
adjective as in inceptive
adjective as in inchoate
adjective as in incipient
adjective as in infant/infantile
adjective as in initial
adjective as in initiatory
Curry has spent the past two years building out the nascent platform, tracking down brand partners, navigating accelerator programs, enticing users and pounding the pavement to find investors willing to bet on his vision.
Gig workers and their advocates are pushing ahead with efforts to organize, even as tech companies have moved quickly to push for Proposition 22 in other states and squash nascent union efforts.
The nascent Internet economy promised to bring us closer together.
Lincoln homed in on the banning of slavery’s expansion in the territories as the one issue around which his nascent Republican Party was “most likely to build a winning coalition.”
Market tremors caused by the pandemic ultimately will not counter long-term trends that have shown lower demand for wine as consumers become more health conscious and a nascent anti-alcohol movement gains prominence.
As a nascent sound engineer, Brinsley “tried the best he could.”
But in dethroning, or even denting, Cuomo, this nascent movement is facing its greatest test.
What are the next steps and goals for this nascent movement?
This toll was particularly painful for the nascent life insurance industry.
However, one nascent winner has been the rise of crowdsourced fractional labor.
During the first three centuries ten distinct general persecutions swept over the nascent Christian Church.
Already the buds 50 were swelling on the old trees, and the haze of nascent foliage hung over them.
An inventor seizes upon fresh facts, and combines them with the old, which thereby become nascent.
Moreover, it is worthy of remark that the problems he handled were all nascent at the time he worked upon them.
He was a Philosophical Biologist in the new and nascent sense of the middle period of the nineteenth century.
On this page you'll find 185 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to nascent, such as: burgeoning, fledgling, growing, incipient, promising, and beginning.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.