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She engendered them in her own fruitful breast, and her "copy is eterne."

Ay, and in the enjoyment of external beauty a sort of surfeit is engendered.

The enthusiasm which this plan has engendered is very great.

And was it he that should reproach her for the very faults his own intimacy had engendered?

That passion once engendered in the heart, no room remains for any other.

His run of success had engendered within him a desire for conversation.

This is my aunt; such malice can be engendered nowhere else.

All the passions which are engendered by cupidity were seething in the people's hearts.

I had no conception of the bitterness that the lawsuit had engendered.

There was engendered within him feelings of revenge of the most acrid nature.

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