Engender conjugation

English
36 examples
This verb can also mean the following: time, bring, book ii, new plays in manhattan, paradise lost, assume, have sex, come into existence, give existence to, bring into existence, copulate, produce, act v, do, beget, give, be caused

Conjugation of eiti

I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Simple
engender
engender
engenders
engender
engender
engender
Future Simple
will engender
will engender
will engender
will engender
will engender
will engender
Past Simple
engendered
engendered
engendered
engendered
engendered
engendered
Conditional Simple
would engender
would engender
would engender
would engender
would engender
would engender
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Progressive
am engendering
are engendering
is engendering
are engendering
are engendering
are engendering
Future Progressive
will be engendering
will be engendering
will be engendering
will be engendering
will be engendering
will be engendering
Past Progressive
was engendering
were engendering
was engendering
were engendering
were engendering
were engendering
Conditional Progressive
would be engendering
would be engendering
would be engendering
would be engendering
would be engendering
would be engendering
I
you
it/she/he
we
you all
they
Present Perfect
have engendered
have engendered
has engendered
have engendered
have engendered
have engendered
Future Perfect
will have engendered
will have engendered
will have engendered
will have engendered
will have engendered
will have engendered
Past Perfect
had engendered
had engendered
had engendered
had engendered
had engendered
had engendered
Conditional Perfect
would have engendered
would have engendered
would have engendered
would have engendered
would have engendered
would have engendered
I
you
it/she/he
we
you
they
Present Perfect Progressive
have been engendering
have been engendering
has been engendering
have been engendering
have been engendering
have been engendering
Future Perfect Progressive
will have been engendering
will have been engendering
will have been engendering
will have been engendering
will have been engendering
will have been engendering
Past Perfect Progressive
had been engendering
had been engendering
had been engendering
had been engendering
had been engendering
had been engendering
Conditional Perfect Progressive
would have been engendering
would have been engendering
would have been engendering
would have been engendering
would have been engendering
would have been engendering

Examples of engender

Example in English
man #2) For cheap thrills. Such short-lived durability, Mr Shlubb. You would risk engender-ating ill will on the part of our employers.
Almost seems designed to engender sympathy specifically from you.
An alcoholic can engender a monster, Laura.
And, um, the question that community had to deal with- and, indeed, the entire media that covered this event- was, you know, how could it be that somebody's gait, that somebody's style of walking... could engender the desire to kill that person?
Aside from trying to engender sympathy, what does any of this have to do with the validity of the prenup?
man #2) For cheap thrills. Such short-lived durability, Mr Shlubb. You would risk engender-ating ill will on the part of our employers.
Almost seems designed to engender sympathy specifically from you.
An alcoholic can engender a monster, Laura.
And, um, the question that community had to deal with- and, indeed, the entire media that covered this event- was, you know, how could it be that somebody's gait, that somebody's style of walking... could engender the desire to kill that person?
Aside from trying to engender sympathy, what does any of this have to do with the validity of the prenup?
A pinch of light, an inkling of heat, engenders life.
And that's the real sadness - that this great city engenders an atmosphere in which men just cannot be themselves.
As we all agree fresh plasma engenders and reinvigorates the drama of the performance.
Every intimacy engenders expectation, and every expectation some unknown disappointment.
Fear engenders joy.
A pinch of light, an inkling of heat, engenders life.
And that's the real sadness - that this great city engenders an atmosphere in which men just cannot be themselves.
As we all agree fresh plasma engenders and reinvigorates the drama of the performance.
Every intimacy engenders expectation, and every expectation some unknown disappointment.
Fear engenders joy.
If to love's pleasure your body surrenders "The source of all pains a new life is engendered."
You and Henry Miller, you must've engendered from him or liked him." But...
A more common to this emotion occurrence, this particular tsunami in the Atlantic was engendered by a large portion of the Cumbre Vieja Volcano in the Canari island, collapsed 8 hours ago sending water reported to be 100 meters high rising for forth of south coast.
And you think you engendered sympathy with that little performance, going to a rock concert?
And you think you engendered sympathy with that little performance,going to a rock concert?
A new age is engendering.
And if that pain were collective instead of merely reiterative, the sheer weight of it would drag the world from the walls of the universe and send it crashing and burning down through whatever night it might yet be capable of engendering
I have never experienced the hostility that this little picture which I think is a charming show, is engendering in the community.
If to love's pleasure your body surrenders "The source of all pains a new life is engendered."
You and Henry Miller, you must've engendered from him or liked him." But...
A more common to this emotion occurrence, this particular tsunami in the Atlantic was engendered by a large portion of the Cumbre Vieja Volcano in the Canari island, collapsed 8 hours ago sending water reported to be 100 meters high rising for forth of south coast.
And you think you engendered sympathy with that little performance, going to a rock concert?
And you think you engendered sympathy with that little performance,going to a rock concert?
A new age is engendering.
And if that pain were collective instead of merely reiterative, the sheer weight of it would drag the world from the walls of the universe and send it crashing and burning down through whatever night it might yet be capable of engendering
I have never experienced the hostility that this little picture which I think is a charming show, is engendering in the community.

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