#WordOfTheDay – Learn what incipient means


Hello Sparkle Writers, still wondering why you should take our #WordOfTheDay series seriously? Well, we’ve got another reason for you. A very good one at that. Learning new words makes your communication more effective. If you don’t believe us try learning today’s word.

Now that we have established that, let’s go to today’s word- Incipient /ɪnˈsɪpɪənt/

Incipient is an adjective that means beginning to happen or develop.

For example;

I listened to their conversation and could feel incipient anger building up. 

You can also use it to refer to a person developing into a specified type or role.

For example;

Sola and Tola seemed more like friends than incipient lovers.

A few words that can be used in place of incipient include: dawning. developing, emerging and growing,

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