Third-person singular simple present indicative form of germinate.(verb)
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Use "germinates" in a sentence
"But radicalism germinates from a break in tradition, when the House of Islam finds itself amid the alienating anonymity of early Industrial Age slums, where tradition can be resurrected only by reinventing religion in an abstract, ideological form."
"I would outline it first very systematically, I always have a concept of a book in my mind and in fact that kind of germinates within me gradually."
"We need to be ready to embrace the new ideas, the language and ways that the occupied territory paradigm germinates."