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inchoate

not yet fully formed; rudimentary; elementary


Usage

This elegiac book is both a memoir of grief and an investigation into the depressive mind—“the inchoate and terrible power of inner demons.” Wolitzer is too gentle a satirist—and too fond of her characters—to make good on [the premise's] darker ...

Yet eloquence in the madhouse is rare, while inchoate raving is commonplace. Despite highlights, the show overflows with repetitive material, as if stuck in gear going on two generations now. The sameness is wearying. And, sorry, but claiming that ...

After almost fifteen years of fitful evolution, auto racing in 1909 remained an inchoate muddle, capable of yielding few hard truths. As an attraction at fairs and horse tracks it sometimes worked, and sometimes failed miserably to pull in fans. ...

In the inchoate mess that is the present GOP field, he is holding his own and then some. So what gives? By every political convention, Santorum should be stone cold dead right now, yesterday's news, a failed politician, and obnoxious to boot. ...

On Twitter, once Giggs and his lawyers took the catastrophic decision to pursue the organisation and some of its users, the army was mobilised in pursuit of some inchoate cause. But for what? There was no moral case here to justify the intrusion. ...


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