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originated

adjective as in introduced

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Vital Voices in 2013 took over funds from the Women In The World foundation which originated at The Daily Beast.

Wicca is an ancient belief system that originated in prehistoric times.

This was the Coltrane “sheets of sound” period (a phrase originated by critic Ira Gitler).

The ever fashion-forward Jolie has originated a new garment: The Wedding Dress Designed By Your Kids.

The cause was a fire that originated in cargo that had not been properly inspected.

Orellana was very warmly received by armed swift-footed females, which originated the fanciful name Amazonia.

I saw at a glance that Deppe is a magnificent teacher, and I believe that he has originated a school of his own.

It is the chief cereal, and the inhabitants say it originated in Ha-ram, China, nearly five thousand years ago.

A little inquiry by the officers showed that the trouble originated in the rejection of the bills by the railroad.

A few years since a variety originated in a very curious manner.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to originated, such as: begun, commenced, created, and started.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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