King: We must expunge from our society the myths and half-truths that engender such groundless fears as these.
Which suggests that income tax cuts, or increased government fiscal expenditure, is the way to engender a recovery in demand.
But you engender no goodwill by continuing to hit this fact home.
But this begs the question, precisely, of how to understand the covenantal mission and how to engender it.
In Europe, the European Central Bank is a much newer institution, but still manages to engender strong feelings.
Much scrimping and hoarding may engender a baser love of money for money's self.
It was impossible that the place should not engender some thought of the kind.
The mind will stagnate and engender moral miasma, as much as the pool never stirred by a tide or swept by the winds.
Youth demands its share in every study that can engender a power or a delight.
To him God had revealed that he should engender on a holy woman a prophet who should reform the world.
early 14c., "beget, procreate," from Old French engendrer (12c.) "engender, beget, bear; cause, bring about," from Latin ingenerare "to implant, engender, produce," from in- "in" (see in- (2)) + generare "beget, create" (see generation). Meaning "cause, produce" is mid-14c. Related: Engendered; engendering.