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Synonyms of 'spawn'

(noun) 
derogatory)  They are the spawn of Bible-belting repression.
Synonyms
offspring
Characteristics are often passed from parents to offspring.
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issue
He died without issue in 1946.
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product
The company is the product of a merger.
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seed mainly biblical)
a curse on my seed
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progeny
They set aside funds to ensure the welfare of their progeny.
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(verb) 
Definition
to cause (something) to be created
His novels spawned both movies and television shows.
Synonyms
generate
The minister said the reforms would generate new jobs.
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produce
Cooking with spices produces a wonderful smell.
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give rise to
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prompt
The recession has prompted consumers to cut back on buying cars.
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provoke
His comments have provoked a shocked reaction.
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set off
It set off a storm of speculation.
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bring about
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spark off
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set in motion

Additional synonyms

in the sense of issue
Definition
the descendants of a person
He died without issue in 1946.
Synonyms
children,
babies,
kids (informal),
seed (biblical),
successors,
heirs,
descendants,
scions
in the sense of produce
Definition
to bring (something) into existence
Cooking with spices produces a wonderful smell.
Synonyms
lead to,
result in,
occasion (formal),
make for,
bring about,
give rise to,
in the sense of product
Definition
a consequence
The company is the product of a merger.
Synonyms
returns,
spin-off,
end result,

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