Incipient – meaning of the word and examples

Just beginning. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Beginning to come into being or to become apparent. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Beginning to exist or appear; in an initial stage: (Dictionary.com)

Beginning to happen or develop. (Oxford Dictionaries)

An incipient situation or quality is one that is starting to happen or develop. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

SAT vocabulary: incipient.

http://new.testmagic.com/vocab/incipient/

Incipient drawing by John Baird. 

https://www.saatchiart.com/art/Drawing-Incipient-1/80995/2909166/view?prints=1
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  1. another word that could be useful!

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