Incipient in a sentence

Use Incipient in a sentence

Incipient meaning and collocation;

Meaning: [adjective] just starting to happen;

After failing the officer’s qualification test, Audubon ended his incipient naval career.

The wind came howling down the street full of rain and incipient snow.

Fire extinguishers provide a first line of defense to control incipient stage fires.

He is showing a sign of incipient madness.

The incipient boom in the late 1940s brought an increase in motorized traffic.

Economic activity slowed, and the incipient modernization program almost ground to a halt.

The incipient bankrupts were almost as bad.

An incipient population is probably established on Saipan.

So is there an incipient crisis in the country after the war started?