Thesaurus / begetter
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Nine-tenths of all the imaginative literature of the world is concerned with love and death, the begetter and the extinguisher.

The Critical GameJohn Albert Macy

This story is the only begetter of the large army of pathetic figures of failure that crowd the pages of Russian literature.

Begetter of intelligence reached by intuition, not reason, iii.

Upon the assured success of a delightful book the reviewer begs to offer to its only begetter his most respectful congratulations.

One form of the legend makes Tammuz the begetter of autumn vegetation.

Sumerian HymnsFrederick Augustus Vanderburgh

As is the begetter, so are they also that are begotten of him.

Notes on the Book of GenesisCharles Henry Mackintosh

Such were the deeds of the begetter and giver of being, Tepeuh, Gucumatz.

They loved; and Love is the parent of endurance, the begetter of courage.

Neither am I the only begetter of the fancies I am about to set forth.

Tragic Sense Of LifeMiguel de Unamuno

She is valued first as a begetter of offspring, second as a domestic.

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