Definition of 'inchoate'
Example sentences containing 'inchoate'
In the quiet formality of this room, the basis for her suspicions seemed strangely inchoate, out of place.DREAMS OF INNOCENCE (1994)
He, whose memory of his life was usually so clear, could bring to mind only these inchoate images and emotions.THE BROKEN GOD (1994)
It competed against the inchoate mob howl and the rhythmic cries of the Fundie claques that formed mob-islands within the mob.THE COMPLETE STORIES VOLUME 2 (1994)
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