Inception and Start


Show Definitions
Inception noun – The point at which something begins.
Usage example: this seemed like a good program at its inception, but it isn't working out as planned

Start is a synonym for inception in beginning topic. In some cases you can use "Start" instead the word "Inception" as a noun or a verb. popular alternative
Nearby Words: inceptive, incepted, incept, incepting
Synonyms for Inception


Show Definitions
Start noun – The point at which something begins.
Usage example: knew from the start of the game that he would win easily

Inception is a synonym for start in beginning topic. You can use "Inception" instead a noun "Start". popular alternative
Nearby Words: started, startled, starting, starter, startup
Synonyms for Start

How words are described

long long inception long start
original original inception original start
initial initial inception initial start
successful successful inception successful start
Other adjectives: next.

Both words in one sentence

  • The film Inception has you Mind Screwed the first time, heavily confused the second time because you start looking for signs of dream and reality, and finally by the third time, you might get it.
    Source: Rewatch Bonus
  • While at first she's able to entertain herself by creating worlds Inception style, these worlds start to decay into chaos as she descends into madness.
  • Deus Est Machina Lunesby is the accidental offspring of Ennesby (NSB, or the New Sync Boys) by Luna's millennium-old filing system, and upon its inception immediately decides to start streamlining the planet's labyrinthine bureaucracy.
Cite this Source
Start and Inception. (2016). Retrieved 2020, July 04, from
Inception & Start. N.p., 2016. Web. 04 Jul. 2020. <>.
Start or Inception. 2016. Accessed July 04, 2020.

Synonyms for inception
Share this picture

Synonyms for start
Share this picture

Google Ngram Viewer shows how "inception" and "start" have occurred on timeline: