These Democrats, many of whom came in on the Clinton wave, didn't see this as a seminal vote.
The two would eventually form the nucleus—along with Professor Griff—of the seminal 1980s rap group Public Enemy.
It was an experience that would lead to years of psychotherapy—and provide a roadmap for his seminal rock opera, Tommy.
late 14c., "of seed or semen," from Old French seminal (14c.) and directly from Latin seminalis, from semen (genitive seminis) "seed" (see semen). Figurative sense of "full of possibilities" is attested from 1630s. Related: Seminally; seminality.
seminal sem·i·nal (sěm'ə-nəl)
Of, relating to, containing, or conveying semen or seed.