seminal

[ sem-uh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF seminal

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SEMINAL

This, like the others, is a sub-variety, and probably but a seminal variation.

Seminal dreams were accompanied by the idea of contact with a woman.

Even the seminal powers bear the impress of this universality.

The soul and the (seminal) reasons therefore possess no extension.

It might be objected that the (seminal) reasons might suffice.

Seminal reasons may be contrary to soul's nature, but not to soul, vi.

Actualization when appearing is harmonized to its seminal reason, vi.

Takes you right back to fecund mud and the first seminal atom.

And in this restoration, all the seminal generations of men were included.

This is called a seminal emission, and is perfectly harmless.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SEMINAL

pregnant

adjectivesignificant, meaningful
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