originate[ uh-rij-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF originate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ORIGINATE
This was a moment of exquisite satisfaction; but whence did it originate?
Such whims are only impressive as we originate them, I think; they are not to be communicated.
By whom were they exhibited, or with whom did they originate?
Inflammations of the body come from burnings and inflamings, and all of them originate in bile.
But from what quarter is this universal empire in Europe to originate?
One often detects an article which genius alone could originate and produce.
His disgust for them did not, indeed, originate with himself.
They bear not the impress of the age in which they originate, and will not wear out with it.
It did not originate with him, and his wife is altogether out of the picture.
If He originates all, he must originate evil as well as good.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR ORIGINATE
- bring about
- cook up
- dash off
- draw on
- dream up
- get ready
- give rise to
- knock off
- lead to
- put together
- tear off
- throw together
- whip out