Third-person singular simple present indicative form of germinate.(verb)
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Use "germinating" in a sentence
"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."