Example sentences for: inchoate

How can you use “inchoate” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Talking about abuse not only permits guiltless voyeurism--it also gives shape to inchoate feelings of childhood hurt, it tells us why we are the way we are and gives us someone to blame, and it deflects a sense of cultural or moral decline onto a group of particular individuals.

  • Extrapolating on the theories of the Renaissance designer, Geofroy Tory, as expounded in his Champ Fleury (1529), Firmage takes Tory's sketches as the springboard for his analysis of the letter-shapes and the sometimes highly stylized forms they assume throughout history, from their inchoate inception in the Near East down to present-day, computer-generated typefaces.

  • (It's odd that Gorris, whose other films are so flagrantly--even homicidally--feminist, should put so much more emphasis on Clarissa's rejection of Peter when Woolf gives equal, if not stronger, weight to her inchoate romantic feelings for the vivacious Sally.)

  • It is music of painstaking care, and the box set, with its alternate takes (including 10 different takes and portions of "Springsville," from Ahead ) gives you an idea of how Davis managed to protect an inchoate, subconscious quality in his trumpet playing, session after session.

  • Critics note it contains Cornwell's trademarks: vivid descriptions of autopsies, soft-porn sex scenes, over-caffeinated one-liners, and inchoate plots.


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