inconcoct

adjective
variants: or

inconcocted

Definition of inconcoct

obsolete

  1. :  not matured :  undigested

inconcoction

noun, obsolete

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Origin and Etymology of inconcoct

inconcoct from 1in- + obsolete concoct digested, matured, from Latin concoctus, past participle of concoquere to boil together; inconcocted from 1in- + concocted, past participle of concoct — more at concoct


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