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Word: inception

Definition: start; beginning


Sentences Containing 'inception'

But these moments, these flashes of inspiration which are at the inception of every vital picture, occur but seldom.
Of these the latter may have afforded a finer field for an acute and original observer, but the other was so strange in its inception and so dramatic in its details that it may be the more worthy of being placed upon record, even if it gave my friend fewer openings for those deductive methods of reasoning by which he achieved such remarkable results.

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