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Definition of Inchoateness
1. [n -ES]
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Literary usage of Inchoateness
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1. Jury And The Search For Truth: Hearing Before the Committee on the Judiciary edited by Orrin G. Hatch (1998)
"For example, there was a lurking inchoateness in the framing-era understanding ... Weeks put an end to this confusion and inchoateness by stating that the ..."
2. Ancient Art and Ritual by Jane Ellen Harrison (1913)
"But historically and also genetically or logically the dance in its inchoateness, ... It is this inchoateness, ..."
3. Romance & Tragedy by Prosser Hall Frye (1922)
"... to Ducis' to see how remarkable — about the German language there is a kind of inchoateness which makes it an unusually good vehicle for translation. ..."
4. An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine by John Henry Newman (1878)
"Since then Scripture needs completion, the question is brought to this issue, whether defect or inchoateness in its doctrines be or be not an antecedent ..."
5. A History of Social Thought by Emory Stephen Bogardus (1922)
"CHAPTER XXVIII THE DISSEMINATION OF SOCIOLOGICAL THOUGHT Despite its youth, inchoateness, and naivete, sociological thought is exerting a vital influence in ..."