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The male incubates and rears the young; and the procreant habits seem altogether like those of Rhea americana.
Seed time and harvest, as old as the procreant earth and as new as the latest sunrise, are his to conjure.
THE APPLE-TREEL. H. BAILEY
There was a time when the spring came on in a fulness, when the procreant impulse stirred awake.
The strongest and most procreant contact is that which takes place between two creative minds.
AUGUSTE RODINRAINER MARIA RILKE
These squadrons use the carcase as a procreant cradle, and thus ensure the nourishment of the larvæ so soon as they are hatched.
THE DWELLING HOUSEGEORGE VIVIAN POORE
But he proved procreant and reared a goodly brood of sons and daughters—all much like himself, save one, the youngest son.
But this "procreant cradle" of a bird in the arms of the fanged desert growth softens its aspect a little.
THE LAST HARVESTJOHN BURROUGHS

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