View definitions for spawned
Senseless bureaucracy is part of what spawned the Tea Party.
The more serious videos have brought attention to the issue and spawned numerous parodies.
Christianity spawned the monastic movement, originally in Egypt, that insisted upon peace, self-reliance, education and charity.
The couple of movies they spawned can stake a serious claim to the title of “worst film ever made.”
And then spawned a race to the bottom to find other foods that were even unhealthier.
Sometimes the fishing was best after it had been declared that the herrings had spawned and gone out to sea.
Anu, the sky god, had "spawned" at creation the demons of cold and rain and darkness.
Money—gold calved no golden offspring, bills spawned no further bills as interest.
We'd picked Patcheye Pete's because it was the market closest to the village square where new players spawned.
A fresh bed to be made and spawned every three or four weeks, to produce successional crops.
On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to spawned, such as: create, generate, procreate, parent, sire, and make.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.