A state of incipiency; a quality of nascence.(noun)
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Use "nascency" in a sentence
"The wildly divergent numbers demonstrate the nascency of the market for online video measurement."
""The media conflict is the symbol of Islam's nascency in the modern world...this battle is going to continue until they find themselves powerless under our dominion," he wrote."
"Mizzy may be physically shameless, "no, more like shame-free, satyrlike, so unembarrassed by nakedness or by biological functions that he makes almost everyone else seem like a Victorian aunt"; but there is already something very nearly Victorian in Peter's immediate reflex of idealizing Mizzy's beauty -- his highfalutin talk of his "pristine nascency" and "slumbering perfection" and supposed resemblance to "a bas-relief on the sarcophagus of a medieval soldier.""