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Definition of Incipiently
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Literary usage of Incipiently
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1. A Study of Religion, Its Sources and Contents by James Martineau (1888)
"reach; and, being here only partially or even incipiently attained, indicate that the present term of years is but a fragment and a prelude. ..."
2. Annals and Magazine of Natural History by William Jardine (1869)
"... rather stout, incipiently entirely spinous, base prominently spinous. Interstitial membranes pellucid; tension and retentive spicula the same as those ..."
3. A Monograph of the British Spongiadæ by James Scott Bowerbank (1874)
"... terminations incipiently spinous, spines very minute; tension spicula ... long and slender, frequently flexuous; basal terminations incipiently spinous, ..."
4. Biennial report by North Dakota Geological Survey (1906)
"Its behavior when burned is shown below : The clay was fused incipiently at cone 5 and vitrified at cone 10, but did not become viscous until cone 24. ..."