- The establishment or starting point of an institution or activity: she has been on the board since its inception two years agoMore example sentences
- Muslim influx and influence in India started almost at the inception of the religion.
- Sometimes the comparison will reveal a loss from the inception of the loan transaction.
- Twenty two others have tried going back to the inception of the tournament a decade ago and all have failed.
late Middle English: from Latin inceptio(n-), from incipere 'begin'.