Definition of engender:
do, get under one's skin, come, hatch, obtain, arise, bugger off, appear, beat, vex, return, begin, set in, render, amaze, spring, aim, catalyze, beget, materialize, father, break, develop, commence, bring forth, set about, invoke, capture, draw, fetch, overprotect, prompt, have, get, puzzle, multiply, bring on, stick, ignite, baffle, contract, sire, stupefy, incur, experience, pay off, let, mystify, go, arouse, receive, spawn, bewilder, generate, buzz off, gravel, pay back, form, sustain, scram, stimulate, mother, flummox, pose, yield, fuss, get down, occasion, find, fix, awaken, work, become, nonplus, start out, rouse, cover, effectuate, bring, perplex, result, incite, convey, grow, dumbfound, give, catch, take, actualize, touch, affect, translate, arrest, acquire, breed, draw on, arrive, start, parent, suffer, dawn, set out.
- cause (part of speech: verb)
- procreate (part of speech: verb)
- father (part of speech: verb)
- "Scotland's Mark on America", George Fraser Black.
- "An Interpretation of Rudolf Eucken's Philosophy", W. Tudor Jones.
This party, through the address of its executive committee calling the convention, declared that Democrats were absolved from all obligations to support the Chicago platform because the convention had departed from the recognized Democratic faith and had announced doctrines which were " destructive of national honor and private obligation and tend to create sectional and class distinctions and engender discord and strife among the people."- "Contemporary American History, 1877-1913", Charles A. Beard.