[ UK /sˈɛmɪnəl/ ]
[ US /ˈsɛmənəɫ/ ]
[ US /ˈsɛmənəɫ/ ]
pertaining to or containing or consisting of semen
containing seeds of later development
seminal ideas of one discipline can influence the growth of another
How To Use seminal In A Sentence
- In the cephalopoda (as also in the crustacea) the same passage serves to void the excrement and leads to the part like a uterus, for the male discharges the seminal fluid through this passage. On the Generation of Animals
- But wisdom does not automatically accrue to an individual because he or she lived through certain seminal events.
- Athenians so far forgot their Philosophy, and the nature of humane production, that they descended unto belief, that the original of their Nation was from the Earth, and had no other beginning then the seminality and womb of their great Mother. El Hombre Que Comía Diccionarios
- The artist has had a seminal influence on the development of modern Irish music, since he first hit the scene in Dublin in the 1960s.
- There is a common uro-genital duct, into which a seminal vesicle, which is especially large in early spring, opens. Text Book of Biology, Part 1: Vertebrata
- After implementing this one system, seminal company abandoned institution the dependent mentality.
- His seminal works are more than three decades old and yet his books retain a strange, contemporary vitality.
- In the majority of studies comparing the effects of seminal plasma and diluent composition on post-storage motility of stallion spermatozoa, no fertility trials were conducted.
- Images includes those of vivid rehearsals as well as behind-the-scenes pictures of seminal company personalities such as Margot Fonteyn and Ninette de Valois, plus never-before-seen views of the dancers off duty, most charmingly a snap of Lynn Seymour and Rudolf Nureyev, drinking in a London pub. This week's new dance
- It was a seminal moment in my adolescence. Times, Sunday Times