create

[ kree-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF create

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CREATE

At the same time, they have their use, where they do not create their ridicule.

Let us create together a new national spirit of unity and trust.

We left it slightly ajar to create a draft; the night was warm.

The abruptness of the action did not create any emotion in him—his thoughts were absent.

I have therefore had to create for myself some tasks which will hold me to my chains.

He did not create it, else how could it be the surprise that it was when it arose?

One of its objects was to create the capital required for the purposes of production.

Also they did not create the world, for why should they have created it?

Now, it is better to understand that at the first, and then it will create no trouble afterwards.

The sixth can create and transform living creatures if he feel inclined.

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