produce[ verb pruh-doos, -dyoos; noun prod-oos, -yoos, proh-doos, -dyoos ]SEE DEFINITION OF produce
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRODUCE
As the nation develops, it must produce men of high culture.
See what grave reflections an innocent subject will produce!
The bearer, if suspected and examined, is to produce that as the only one he carries.
It was, however, enough to produce dew for some mornings to come.
To produce the gold color, only the yolks of the eggs are used.
I would do battle for it even with the churl that should produce the title-deeds.
The earth did not produce it by any help of mine, nor of its own accord.
Edward, produce your best wines—the pilau and currie, and all that, leave to me.
Seeds from the south of France do not produce robust plants.
Butter and milk, the produce of their own pasture, were of course supplied.