inception


inception
I noun beginning, birth, commencement, dawn, debut, derivation, embarkation, exordium, genesis, inauguration, inception, inchoation, incipience, incipiency, initiation, initium, onset, opening, origin, origination, outbreak, outset, rise, source, start, starting point II index birth (beginning), causal, derivation, genesis, nascency, onset (commencement), origin (source), origination, outset, prelude, start, threshold (commencement) III index enterprise (undertaking), inception, project, undertaking (enterprise)

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