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Procreate  v. t.  (past & past part. procreated; pres. part. procreating)  To generate and produce; to beget; to engender.

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"Procreate" Quotes from Famous Books

... while hunting always carried them gracefully upon her little wrist, which was what the seneschal had desired. But in this pursuit, Blanche gained an appetite of nun and prelate, that is to say, wished to procreate, had her desires whetted, and could scarcely restrain her hunger, when on her return she gave play to her teeth. Now by reason of reading the legends written by the way, and of separating by death the embraces of birds and ...
— Droll Stories, Volume 1 • Honore de Balzac

... has confined the undesirable yet necessary workers into ghettos of remarkable meanness and vastness. East London is such a ghetto, where the rich and the powerful do not dwell, and the traveller cometh not, and where two million workers swarm, procreate, and die. ...
— The People of the Abyss • Jack London

Words linked to "Procreate" :   hatch, biological science, brood, multiply, set, make, reproduce, fructify, procreative, incubate, create, procreation, cover, propagate, biology, breed

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