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Definition of inchoative:

(adj) : at the beginning, still in an unformed state; aspectually indicating that an action is soon to begin
"1858: Thomas Carlyle, History Of Friedrich II Of Prussia - Our first Piece is of Winter, or late Autumn, 1771,--while the solution of the Polish Business is still in its inchoative stages;..."
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Definition of inchoative:

(adj) : at the beginning, still in an unformed state; aspectually indicating that an action is soon to begin
"1858: Thomas Carlyle, History Of Friedrich II Of Prussia - Our first Piece is of Winter, or late Autumn, 1771,--while the solution of the Polish Business is still in its inchoative stages;..."

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