Engenders [verb]

Definition of Engenders:

cause to happen; cause an action

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Sentence/Example of Engenders:

Many of our dreams may feel strange and meaningless, but a surprising number of them seem to engender in us a strong sense of their importance.

At the same time, dreaming creates narratives that unfold in our minds across time and allows us to experience the thoughts, sensations, and emotions engendered by those narratives.

The first hurdle is engendering confidence in the vaccine development process.

That is what it is about, engendering compromise and moderation.

The initial response by many on Twitter to Facebook’s announcements was decidedly skeptical, reflecting the deep levels of mistrust the company has engendered after years of privacy scandals and a reluctance to police its platforms.

The air grows heavy and seems to engender invisible beings, who have life and whose presence can be felt.

There are, however, two motives which engender this belief and give form and colour to the ideas and emotions springing from them.

Also, whether the Monsters are endowed with reasonable Souls; and whether the Devils can engender; is here briefly discussed.

He was utterly without that didactic pedantry which yachting has a fatal tendency to engender in men who profess it.

It is the effect of marriage to engender in several directions some of the reserve it annihilates in one.