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Difference between Incipient, Insipid and Insipient

Incipient means emerging, developing, or vital.

  • During the exam, the doctor recognized an incipient cancer.

Insipid means dull, without flavor.

  • The play’s dialogue was insipid, so we left at intermission.

Insipient means stupid or foolish.

  • The article incisively pinpoints some of their insipient decisions.