July 25 2014

Rules Of Grammar: Incipient vs. Insipient

Incipient is defined as follows: “(1) In an initial stage; beginning to happen or develop. (2) (Of a person) developing into a specified type or role. (3) Beginning to come into being or to become apparent.”

Insipient is defined as, “Lacking wisdom. Stupid. Foolish.”

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Posted July 25, 2014 by Elsie Villega in category "Grammar", "Vocabulary

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