propagated

[ prop-uh-geyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF propagated

Synonyms for propagated | verbspread, make known

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Antonyms for propagated | verbspread, make known

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But the feeling excited by the incident was propagated out of doors.

It grows on high ground, in rich soil, and is propagated by seeds.

To him the only "orders" and "succession" were those which propagated the Gospel.

Such buds can be propagated by grafting, &c., and sometimes by seed.

He not only misled his immediate followers, but propagated his spirit.

It was ascertained that this variety could be propagated by grafts.

They were seedless, the tree having to be propagated from slips.

This malady was propagated annually by the parasitic spores.

But a finer motion is at the same time set up and propagated.

It can also be propagated from the seed, but these are often unproductive.

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