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English words containing generate:

Degenerate

dɪˈdʒen.ə.reɪt

Meanings of Degenerate:

adjective

Having lost the physical, mental, or moral qualities considered normal and desirable; showing evidence of decline.

Usage examples:

A degenerate form of a higher civilization
noun

An immoral or corrupt person.

Usage examples:

Get out of my house, you degenerate!
verb

Decline or deteriorate physically, mentally, or morally.

Usage examples:

The quality of life had degenerated

Degenerated

dɪˈdʒen.ə.reɪt

Meanings of Degenerated:

verb

Decline or deteriorate physically, mentally, or morally.

Usage examples:

The quality of life had degenerated
adjective

Having lost the physical, mental, or moral qualities considered normal and desirable; showing evidence of decline.

Usage examples:

A degenerate form of a higher civilization
noun

An immoral or corrupt person.

Usage examples:

Get out of my house, you degenerate!

Meanings of Degenerates:

noun

An immoral or corrupt person.

Usage examples:

Get out of my house, you degenerate!
verb

Decline or deteriorate physically, mentally, or morally.

Usage examples:

The quality of life had degenerated
adjective

Having lost the physical, mental, or moral qualities considered normal and desirable; showing evidence of decline.

Usage examples:

A degenerate form of a higher civilization

Generate

ˈdʒen.ə.reɪt

Meanings of Generate:

verb

Produce or create.

Usage examples:

Changes which are likely to generate controversy

Generated

ˈdʒen.ə.reɪt

Meanings of Generated:

verb

Produce or create.

Usage examples:

Changes which are likely to generate controversy

Meanings of Generates:

verb

Produce or create.

Usage examples:

Changes which are likely to generate controversy

Meanings of Progenerate:

verb

To beget; to give birth to; (in extended use) to originate, give rise to. also occasionally without object: to reproduce.

Meanings of Regenerate:

verb

(of a living organism) grow (new tissue) after loss or damage.

Usage examples:

The lizard has to find the wherewithal to regenerate its tail
adjective

Reformed or reborn, especially in a spiritual or moral sense.

Usage examples:

He was not truly regenerate

Regenerated

rɪˈdʒen.ə.reɪt

Meanings of Regenerated:

adjective

(of an organ or tissue) regrown.

Usage examples:

Nearly half of all male crabs in natural populations possess a regenerated claw
verb

(of a living organism) grow (new tissue) after loss or damage.

Usage examples:

The lizard has to find the wherewithal to regenerate its tail

Meanings of Regenerates:

verb

(of a living organism) grow (new tissue) after loss or damage.

Usage examples:

The lizard has to find the wherewithal to regenerate its tail
adjective

Reformed or reborn, especially in a spiritual or moral sense.

Usage examples:

He was not truly regenerate

Unregenerate

ˌʌnrɪˈdʒɛn(ə)rət

Meanings of Unregenerate:

adjective

Not reforming or showing repentance; obstinately wrong or bad.

Usage examples:

The most unregenerate and irredeemable people you could ever imagine

Meanings of Unregenerated:

adjective

Not regenerated or reformed; unregenerate.

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