- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of germinate.
“The germinating moment for British dance music occurred, strangely, in a 1975 edition of Tomorrow's World, which featured four young Germans dressed like geography teachers, apparently playing camping stoves with wired-up knitting needles.”
“An unstable kaleidoscope world – fractured, overheated, germinating future conflicts.”
“Mine brandywine tomatoes are just germinating - a little later than I should have gotten them started, but I should still be able to get a good harvest out of them.”
“Putting "data to work through free markets" is one of those big ideas that's been germinating since Data. gov first went online.”
“Since the Eighties a new movement has been germinating and is now bursting to full bloom, fueled by hit rod fumes, midwifed by voluptuous pin-ups, nurtured by toys, TV and cartoons.”
“And whether I yielded to drink, as at Benicia, or whether I refrained, as at the laundry, in my brain the seeds of desire for alcohol were germinating.”
“Somewhere I've read that germinating dried bean seeds overnight on damp towels make the seeds utilize the undigestible sugars which cause indigestion gas.”
“The new forms were germinating, I saw your REO wax.”
“The idea incubated for a while in the dark recesses of my mind, slowly germinating and unfolding like a green shoot from the earth to present itself on to the blinding white light of a blank page on my computer screen.”
“These products keep seeds from germinating, so you need to apply them before it gets too warm.”
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