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Pronunciation of Most Beginning
/mˈə͡ʊst bɪɡˈɪnɪŋ/, /mˈə‍ʊst bɪɡˈɪnɪŋ/, /m_ˈəʊ_s_t b_ɪ_ɡ_ˈɪ_n_ɪ_ŋ/

Synonyms for most beginning:

basal (adjective)

lowest, necessary.

budding (adjective)

beginning, blossoming, embryonic, fledgling, fresh, germinal, growing, incipient, nascent, opening, potential, promising, pubescent, sprouting, young, Germinating, Maturing, Vegetating, burgeoning, pullulating, shooting up, bursting forth.

elementary (adjective)

abcs, abecedarian, basal, child's play, clear, duck soup, easy, elemental, essential, facile, fundamental, initial, introductory, original, plain, prefatory, preliminary, primary, primitive, primo, rudimentary, simplex, simplified, straightforward, uncomplicated, underlying, meat and potatoes, foundational, simplest, substratal, uncomplex.

embryonic (adjective)

developing, early, elementary, immature, undeveloped, Evolving.

experimental (adjective)

developmental, empirical, experiential, laboratory, momentary, on approval, pilot, preparatory, probationary, provisional, speculative, temporary, tentative, test, trial, unproved, first stage, unconcluded, under probation, trial-and-error.

first (adjective)

aboriginal, ahead, antecedent, anterior, basic, cardinal, first off, front, head, in the beginning, inaugural, key, lead off, leading, least, number one, pioneer, premier, prime, primeval, primordial, pristine, slightest, smallest, Headmost, Inceptive, Primogenial, numero uno, right up front.

fresh (adjective)

brand-new, comer, contemporary, crisp, crude, current, different, gleaming, glistening, green, hot, late, latest, mint, modern, modernistic, natural, newborn, newfangled, novel, now, radical, raw, recent, sparkling, unconventional, unprocessed, unseasoned, untouched, unusual, up-to-date, virginal, youthful, Neoteric, the latest, hot off the press, just out, state-of-the-art, this season's, what's happening.

incipient (adjective)

inchoate, initiative, initiatory, start, Originating, Commencing.

introductory (adjective)

inductive, precursory, preparative, prior, starting, Prelusive, Proemial.

maiden (adjective)

first, intact, new, untapped, untried, unused, unbroached.

original (adjective)

archetypal, authentic, autochthonous, genuine, infant, prototypal, underivative, underived, First-hand, Rudimental.

originating (adjective)

activated, dawning, deriving, fashioned, formed, induced, inspired, issuing, made, motivated, produced, Arising, Begot, Caused, Emanating, Generated, Created, authored, incepted.

premier (adjective)

arch, champion, chief, earliest, foremost, highest, main, principal.

primary/prime (adjective)

bottom, central, direct, firsthand, immediate, primal, simple, ultimate, meat-and-potatoes, three r's.

rudimentary (adjective)

larval, uncompleted, vestigial, nuts-and-bolts.

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