used in Turtles All the Way Down
only 1 use
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not active or growing, but capable of doing so in the future
in various senses, including:
- a volcano that is not erupting and not extinct
- a plant not growing in the winter
- a disease that is not currently causing harm or growing worse, but which is not cured and might grow worse in the future
- a person's talents or feelings that are yet to be realized
- THE ARC OF THE STORY GOES LIKE THIS: Having descended into proper madness, I begin to make the connections that crack open the long-dormant case of Russell Pickett's disappearance.
There are no more uses of "dormant" in Turtles All the Way Down.