Word – Inchoate
Inchoate – Word of the Day
[adj] : just begun and so not fully formed or developed; rudimentary.
:(of an offence, such as incitement or conspiracy) anticipating or preparatory to a further criminal act.
History dates back to the early fifteenth century, roughly in the 1530s. Debated of Latin and Italian origin.
Adverb examples – inchoately:
1. The minister’s speech increased the already inchoately existing tension in the borders.
2. The new financial policies were aiding the collection of black money inchoately.
3. Unaware of the inchoately prevailing layer of the curd, she added some more lemon juice.
4. Because witnesses were not available, the charge sheet was framed inchoately.
5. The collector decided to end the communal feud existing inchoately between village A and village B.
Adjective examples – inchoate:
1. The minister had an inchoate knowledge on the constitution of the country.
2. Sita’s cataract was inchoate and the doctor consoled her that pills would do.
3. The literary association is inchoate.
4. The murder case is inchoate and the policemen are actively collecting evidences.
5. The doctor assured Tom that his cancer was inchoate and could be treated.
Noun examples – inchoation:
1. It was the inchoation of commercialism in the country.
2. The officer laid the foundation for inchoation of the artificial intelligence lab in the college.
3. The inchoation of the rise in sea water levels alarmed the Scientists.
4. The police assured that the inchoation of the communal feud sown by anti-social bodies could be controlled.
5. The scientist was excited about the inchoation of the new variety of mushroom in his laboratory.