Incubation [noun]

Definition of Incubation:

development, readiness

Opposite/Antonyms of Incubation:

Sentence/Example of Incubation:

Citing concerns about the spread of the coronavirus, which has an incubation period of two to 14 days, health officials said the information would speed efforts to reach travelers if they were exposed to the virus.

A group of international researchers, led by scientists at the University of Sydney, have mapped out the cities that offer the ripest conditions for the incubation of viruses that could jump from animals to humans—and then spread around the world.

This virus has a 14-day incubation period, which means that you can still be infected without the virus being detectable by a test.

The incubation period of this virus is still variable, depending on your individual biology, according to a recent study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine.

The incubation period was twelve days; during that time it gave no sign.

He may breed in a tree over the farmer's or fisherman's door without the slightest danger of being disturbed in his incubation.

The period of incubation is about five weeks, and male and female take turns at sitting.

These, however admirable, are far from being all the wonders displayed in the progress of incubation.

One hundred and ninety hours after incubation, the beak opens, and flesh appears on the breast.

He is found throughout the year in Demerara; still nothing is known of his incubation.