germinate

[ jur-muh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF germinate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GERMINATE

It is the only ground in the world where Ideas can germinate and bloom.

The seed has found its way into some corner of our minds where it can germinate.

His mind was a selective soil, in which only good seed could germinate.

Perhaps the wise and puissant of the future were to germinate there.

Whether out of or in prison, we are to sow the seed, and some will germinate.

Does anyone know for sure how to get pawpaw seed to germinate?

It will germinate at almost any season of the year even if it is very dry.

This will prevent the seeds from shriveling before they start to germinate.

At that time all seed ripe enough to germinate will fall off.

Keep them from heating, and they will germinate and grow as readily as corn.

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