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used in Great Expectations

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cause — usually a feeling (possibly a situation)
  • ...and the attempt to do it would inevitably engender suspicion.
    Chapter 40 (1% in)
engender = cause
  • He added as a self-evident proposition, engendering low spirits, "But you can't marry, you know, while you're looking about you."
    Chapter 30 (94% in)
  • A new fear had been engendered in my mind by his narrative; or rather, his narrative had given form and purpose to the fear that was already there.
    Chapter 43 (5% in)

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