Pronunciation: in-koh-it, -eyt or in-koh-eyt
Meanings of Inchoate:
1. Not yet completed or fully developed;
2. Just begun
3. Not organized; lacking order
Master’s Tip to Learn Inchoate
INCHOATE can be aptly learned with the words, ‘IN CHILDHOOD’ by breaking IN-CHO-ATE. As childhood is the beginning of human development, Inchoate is the beginning of something that has not yet developed.
Sentence examples for Inchoate:
1. The inchoate ideas in a child’s mind are the footsteps towards a refined intellectual talent.
2. She looked toward the forbidden island with an inchoate sense of longing.