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Thus by the universal improvement would be engendered a universal discontent.

He seemed to lose all recollection of the outcry, all the peace it had engendered within him.

Bred of the DesertMarcus Horton

Bitter feeling had been engendered also by trouble in Canada in 1837.

Famous American StatesmenSarah Knowles Bolton

On the other hand, the new pope was free from the predispositions which the long strife had engendered in Gregory IX.

His spirit is evil; he engendered three monsters; the wolf Feuris, the serpent Midgard, and Hela, or death.

A brown lizard with two tails—a monster often engendered by the Roman sunshine—ran across his foot, and made him start.

The Marble Faun, Volume I.Nathaniel Hawthorne

They never fail to plead in justification of persecution the vices which persecution has engendered.

The engendered business rivalries in this game develop qualities that are indifferent to laws.

Fresh doubts would be engendered, which would require the exercise of all the ingenuity of the detective to allay.

Such bitterness of feeling was engendered that, for some time it was feared that no union could be effected.

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