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verb as in produce

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There is a misconception among locals that the small masu found in winter—which they call pestrushka— are a different species entirely from the larger fish—called sima— that come in summer to spawn.

The brand took off, becoming a poster child of the e-commerce movement that would spawn many a “Warby Parker of X”s.

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Since his Carnegie Mellon team won the DARPA Urban Challenge in 2007 — the race that spawned today’s self-driving movement — he has been one of the industry’s central players, first co-founding Google’s self-driving unit and later leading it.

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Now, these communities are counting on art to keep their economies going amid the crisis spawned by the coronavirus pandemic.

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In recent years, she adds, Tbilisi has spawned a new crop of free-thinking youngsters planning their own startups.

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Well known for his gimmicks, Daylyt entered the stage in a Spawn costume that could stop traffic at Comic Con.

So why is it that this new flurry of celebrity spawn are able to create their own identities while so many others have failed?

The same, however, historically cannot be said for famous spawn turned high-fashion models.

That is not to say that the focus on Cohle and Hart does not spawn two compelling performances.

Replaying sections will spawn enemies in the same place, but what happens then changes from time to time.

They run up into fresh water to spawn, and in the process are scooped out by the basket-load.

Those in that trough right behind you are just hatching, they're from the first batch of spawn in the early spring run.

I opened a big-bellied one indeed, and found it full of spawn.

The salmon go over a hundred miles up to the McCloud River to spawn, and will jump or leap up small falls or rapids in their way.

Worse than all, too, the common trout deteriorated, for they had fed on the spawn of the salmo eriox.


On this page you'll find 36 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to spawn, such as: create, generate, father, hatch, issue, and make.

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