Synonyms of 'spawn'
derogatory) They are the spawn of Bible-belting repression.
to cause (something) to be createdHis novels spawned both movies and television shows.
The minister said the reforms would generate new jobs.
Cooking with spices produces a wonderful smell.
give rise to, ,
The recession has prompted consumers to cut back on buying cars.
His comments have provoked a shocked reaction.
set off, , ,
It set off a storm of speculation.
set in motion
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in the sense of issue
the descendants of a personHe died without issue in 1946.
in the sense of produce
to bring (something) into existenceCooking with spices produces a wonderful smell.
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Thesaurus for spawn from the Collins English Thesaurus