Definition of Inceptors

1. Noun. (plural of inceptor) ¹



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Definition of Inceptors

1. inceptor [n] - See also: inceptor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inceptors

incentivizing
incentre
incentres
incents
incept
incepted
incepting
inception
inception rate
inceptions
inceptisol
inceptive
inceptively
inceptives
inceptor
inceptors
incepts
inceration
incerations
incerative
incertae sedis
incertain
incertainty
incertitude
incertitudes
incessable
incessably
incessancies
incessancy
incessant

Literary usage of Inceptors

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1. Annals of Cambridge by Charles Henry Cooper, John William Cooper (1845)
"... and to the serious expence and logs of those who by their great labour and care support the students. It was therefore decreed that all inceptors and ..."

2. Social Life at the English Universities in the Eighteenth Century by Christopher Wordsworth (1874)
"The Inceptors in Arts dispute on three Philosophical Questions, and one of these Inceptors (for so are the Masters called, who stand for their ..."

3. Munimenta Academicaby University of Oxford by University of Oxford (1868)
"Oath—cont. of chancellor on admission to office, 309, 319, 488. of any officer of the university, 310. of inceptors in any faculty, 374-376. of principals ..."

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