Engender in a sentence

Use Engender in a sentence

Engender;

Meaning: [verb] to cause ;

Poverty often engenders crime.

A poor performance on Tuesday could well have engendered outright panic.

Intimacy is “engendered by the desire to know every detail” about the other.

I hold to the view that it is the people with influence who can engender change.

If anything, my hope is that the threat of ISIS will embolden world leaders and will engender a spirit of cooperation.

He hopes his efforts would engender similar respect for the flag and said he would work with fifth graders on flag etiquette.

The attack on  the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks in the US engendered swift and severe responses.

Today you could think of the organization as a “do tank” that is engendering many communities that are researching, discussing and taking action on a number of global issues.