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    Default The difference

    between insipient and incipient?

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    Not sure if this is a question you're asking for yourself or asking us....


    Insipient - definition of Insipient by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia. - Wanting wisdom; stupid; foolish.
    incipient - definition of incipient by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia. - Beginning to exist or appear.


    "Even though he was astoundingly insipient, Joe sought treatment for his incipient frost bite so his fingers wouldn't fall off."

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    Spot one RSG!!!

    Insipent can also mean weak, bland , tasteless.

    That was just another pair of homophone plucked from my disorganized mind.

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    Haaaaa...............

    It is becoming apparent that I am incipiently insipient ??


    (I only got a liddle brain)

    Greg

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