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synonyms for originating

  • arising
  • beginning
  • starting
  • stemming
  • activated
  • authored
  • begot
  • caused
  • commencing
  • created
  • dawning
  • deriving
  • emanating
  • fashioned
  • formed
  • generated
  • induced
  • inspired
  • issuing
  • made
  • motivated
  • proceeding
  • produced
  • incepted
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How to use originating in a sentence

Nor have scientists ever really understood how water originated there.
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Back at the start of September, we analyzed search activity across our entire agency from August and found that 26% of total spend originated from unique search queries with only 1 impression.
PROACTIVELY BUILDING NEGATIVE KEYWORD LISTS IN GOOGLE ADS IS NOW MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVERELIOT SHINEROCTOBER 21, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
That means we could potentially get samples from two different sites on Bennu—and it would be up to researchers on Earth to disentangle everything and figure out what originated from where.
A NASA SPACECRAFT IS ABOUT TO SCOOP UP SOME ASTEROID RUBBLENEEL PATELOCTOBER 14, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Lyons explains that glassblowing is an ancient art, and its technique and tools haven’t been changed much since it originated.
HOW AN NYC GLASSBLOWER MAKES CUPS, BOWLS, AND VASESEATER VIDEOOCTOBER 7, 2020EATER
That is really originating from pure, fundamental research — going very deeply in the mechanisms of life.
GENE-EDITING TOOL CRISPR WINS THE CHEMISTRY NOBELTINA HESMAN SAEYOCTOBER 7, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
A proxy server can be used as an intermediary for requests originating from a client, like a browser.
MEET THE BACONATORBY FRANK SHARPEOCTOBER 2, 2020PROPUBLICA
Freddie Mac’s main business has historically been buying bundles of home loans from the lenders that originated them, then selling them to investors as securities.
THE KUSHNERS’ FREDDIE MAC LOAN WASN’T JUST MASSIVE. IT CAME WITH UNUSUALLY GOOD TERMS, TOO.BY HEATHER VOGELLOCTOBER 1, 2020PROPUBLICA
Now five prominent investors originating from the region are ready to claim their slice of the market.
THIS NEW SOUTHEAST ASIAN FUND HAS ITS EYE ON CHINESE CROSS-BORDER FIRMSRITA LIAOSEPTEMBER 25, 2020TECHCRUNCH
Researchers are using what they’ve learned about how and where life may have originated on Earth to guide the search for biological signatures beyond our planet.
LIFE ON EARTH MAY HAVE BEGUN IN HOSTILE HOT SPRINGSJACK J. LEESEPTEMBER 24, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
Facebook removed a small network of accounts and pages that originated in Russia and had links to the Internet Research Agency, acting on a tip from the FBI, according to Nathaniel Gleicher, the social media company’s head of cybersecurity policy.
ACTING ON FBI TIP, FACEBOOK DELETES SMALL NETWORK OF RUSSIAN ACCOUNTSVERNE KOPYTOFFSEPTEMBER 1, 2020FORTUNE
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WORDS RELATED TO ORIGINATING

  • appearing
  • deriving
  • emanating
  • emerging
  • ensuing
  • flowing
  • following
  • issuing
  • originating
  • proceeding
  • resulting
  • springing
  • stemming
  • beginning
  • building
  • chartering
  • constituting
  • endowing
  • fixing
  • founding
  • implementing
  • initiating
  • instituting
  • organizing
  • originating
  • regulating
  • setting up
  • settling
  • stabilizing
  • starting
  • subsidizing
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.