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used in Light in August

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cause — usually a feeling (possibly a situation)
  • Man performs, engenders, so much more than he can or should have to bear.
    Chapter 13 (39% in)
  • It was as if all their individual five senses had become one organ of looking, like an apotheosis, the words that flew among them wind- or air-engendered Is that him?
    Chapter 13 (13% in)
  • But by Byron engendered next.
    Chapter 17 (64% in)
  • In the lambent suspension of August into which night is about to fully come, it seems to engender and surround itself with a faint glow like a halo.
    Chapter 20 (93% in)

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