use engender in a sentence.
News at 11: False dichotomies engender controversy, pageviews.
I think picking statics work over structural engendering was the right choice :-)
No, this website doesn't engender trust, and that's vital for a cdn of this nature.
The trouble is, if coworkers know you're paid more, it seldom engenders trust, appreciation and respect.
Do you feel this story has engendered a meaningful amount of useful discussion?
Posted many times before - I'll be interested to see if this engenders any discussion.
Thus a public system intended to engender fairness and creative behavior profitable to all society is made its own negation.
Their anonymously-signed blog post doesn't engender much confidence in them as a company.
If I cared how much goodwill my site design engendered, I probably wouldn't put a trick splash title that immediately bounces 2/3 of my traffic.
He could've done even better by announcing his resignation and then selling on the Fiorina-like bounce it would have engendered.
On the other hand, taking an easy but useless action doesn't engender the fast-track to change, either-- it only gives a sense of complacency and self-satisfaction.
Not monetarily, but i'm sure you engender a lot of goodwill.
I get the sense this is being hyped because of the cloak-and-dagger feeling engendered by the phrase 'hacker handshake', more than the flaw itself.
Would you recommend just granting some equity to try and engender the "ownership" aspect?
Being dismissive/flippant does not help engender the trust that was already shaken by emailing me my password in clear text.
Fear actually engenders itself.
That made me uncomfortable, which I am sure made me act strangely which only serves to further engender her fear.
In fact putting restrictions on things (such as you can't add syntax or break backwords compatibility) can engender more innovation than letting people do whatever.
By the way, I can corroborate the 'assholes are never paying users' statistic, it's the freeloaders that seem to engender the jackasses.
Obviously I have no data other than anecdotal evidence to support this claim, however, I would conjecture that the personality traits that lend themselves to acquiring wealth quickly at a young age, may also engender development of bullish personal decorum.