Definition of create:
hit, parent, ca-ca, invoke, crap, hold, name, require, base on, raise, give, arrive at, bring, draw on, take, effectuate, devise, cook, pass water, contrive, make up, wee, grow, work, bring forth, christen, become, yield, pee, trigger, compel, occasion, stimulate, get to, throw, actualize, piddle, puddle, go by, earn, clear, fix, spend a penny, prompt, force, compose, effect, cause, realize, bring about, translate, nominate, call, catalyze, make, beget, pull in, constrain, give rise, ready, attain, baptize, pretend, name after, bring in, have, draw, write, shape, make believe, reach, realise, craft, pee-pee, forge, relieve oneself, score, stool, set off, progress to, spawn, do, start off, set up, bring to pass, erect, bring into being, fashion, gain, number off, acquire, induce, take a leak, farm, indite, bring on, seduce, take a crap, take a shit, organize, author, constitute, model, perform, rear, establish, piss, defecate, wee-wee, result, frame, urinate, get, shit, call after, render, lay down, breed, make out, make water, micturate, bring out, answer to, invest, take in, mint.
- create (part of speech: verb)
- father (part of speech: verb)
- begin (part of speech: verb)
- imagine (part of speech: verb)
- produce (part of speech: verb)
- originate (part of speech: verb)
- "Traditions of the Tinguian: A Study in Philippine Folk-Lore", Fay-Cooper Cole.
- "An American Suffragette", Isaac N. Stevens.
I shall always have with me the picture that Nickols made as he stood tall and handsome and smiling against the background of the wonderful garden he had helped to create, with the women smiling and clinging to him as he looked up at me with a great laughing light in his face.- "The Heart's Kingdom", Maria Thompson Daviess.