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Definition of "germinated" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of germinate. (verb)

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Use "germinated" in a sentence
  • "Ninety percent of our problems have germinated from the bed of corruption: our roads, our infrastructure, our hospitals, our education system."
  • "Many other plants were germinated from the hundreds of seeds sent to Linnaeus by Empress Catherine II of Russia."
  • "In his mind the idea germinated that he would be doing a far better thing if he did not go around to the employees 'door and wait for"