n. apparatus in which environmental conditions, such as temperature and humidity, can be controlled, used for growing bacterial or hatching eggs artificially
The babies in incubator stories became a lead item in newspapers, and on radio and TV all over the US.
The specialist medical team, including a midwife and experts in premature babies, have taken an incubator due to the boy’s condition.
Sentence in Classic:
Snowball used as his study a shed which had once been used for incubators and had a smooth wooden floor, suitable for drawing on.
Animal Farm By George Orwell Context
It appeared to me that the eggs from which young Insurers were hatched were incubated in dust and heat, like the eggs of ostriches, judging from the places to which those incipient giants repaired on a Monday morning.
Great Expectations By Charles Dickens Context