First, and most simply, the founding fathers were unstinting in their belief that the nascent republic had to pay its debts.
As a nascent sound engineer, Brinsley “tried the best he could.”
But in dethroning, or even denting, Cuomo, this nascent movement is facing its greatest test.
We had to clean the judiciary, or else, how could we take our nascent democracy forward.
When insurgent leadership factions first offered peace terms, at least to my knowledge, it was to prevent the nascent conflict.
The year 38 is marked in the history of the nascent Church by a much more important conquest.
All his nascent intellectual powers were alive and clamorous.
Another reason for the establishment of 'coloniae' may be found in the history of the dying Republic and nascent Empire.
And it is his own hand which has done most to break the nascent slowly-forming tie.
And I profited by the chance, for it was in Detroit that an audience first discovered that I had some nascent ability.
nascent nas·cent (nās'ənt, nā'sənt)
Coming into existence; emerging.
Of or relating to the state of a chemical element at the moment it is set free from one of its compounds.