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inchoate

(of a legal document, promissory note, etc.) in an uncompleted state; not yet made specific or valid
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Elements of the inchoateness of her experience are expressed through the use of liminality and stream of consciousness.
There is here, in this more critical position, a messiness, an inchoateness, a lack of order; an impossibility of any coherent project with which the university might be identified.
For he projects its very inchoateness both Romantically as a "lightning which has yet found no conductor" and Gothically as a "void" which is at once prolific and devouring (DP, 528, 517).
Given bureaucratic competition, and the fact that civil society groups (allied with bureuacratic actors) have pushed for poverty reduction and improvement in human rights, future research should assess whether fragmentation and inchoateness in state institutions have resulted in greater humanitarianism in the formulation stages of the aid program.
(32) S11 was presented as a political collage and, according to Damien Grenfell and Anita Lacey, the spectre of plurality and difference became a pseudonym for inchoateness and ineffectiveness.