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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of procreate.

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Examples

  • When Law & Order: SVU showrunner Neal Baer began developing a character that would be a master manipulator who prodigiously procreates, he wrote the role with John Stamos in mind — even though that goes against type for the veteran actor.

    John Stamos as a Master Manipulator? Why SVU's Neal Baer Wrote the Role With Stamos in Mind

  • Let's hope he's the one who procreates before he dies.

    Part of the "fun" (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • We have two natures: an animal nature that eats and procreates, and a spiritual, eternal soul that survives this life.

    HOW EVIL WORKS

  • But just as it would be nice if every person that procreates were to actually become a loving, attentive parent it would be nice if every parent named their child in a manner that leaves every possible door of opportunity open for that child, not closes any outright.

    Keli Goff: Does a Bad Baby Name Make Someone a Bad Parent?

  • We have two natures: an animal nature that eats and procreates, and a spiritual, eternal soul that survives this life.

    HOW EVIL WORKS

  • But just as it would be nice if every person that procreates were to actually become a loving, attentive parent it would be nice if every parent named their child in a manner that leaves every possible door of opportunity open for that child, not closes any outright.

    Keli Goff: Does a Bad Baby Name Make Someone a Bad Parent?

  • But just as it would be nice if every person that procreates were to actually become a loving, attentive parent it would be nice if every parent named their child in a manner that leaves every possible door of opportunity open for that child, not closes any outright.

    Keli Goff: Does a Bad Baby Name Make Someone a Bad Parent?

  • But just as it would be nice if every person that procreates were to actually become a loving, attentive parent it would be nice if every parent named their child in a manner that leaves every possible door of opportunity open for that child, not closes any outright.

    Keli Goff: Does a Bad Baby Name Make Someone a Bad Parent?

  • But just as it would be nice if every person that procreates were to actually become a loving, attentive parent it would be nice if every parent named their child in a manner that leaves every possible door of opportunity open for that child, not closes any outright.

    Keli Goff: Does a Bad Baby Name Make Someone a Bad Parent?

  • But just as it would be nice if every person that procreates were to actually become a loving, attentive parent it would be nice if every parent named their child in a manner that leaves every possible door of opportunity open for that child, not closes any outright.

    Keli Goff: Does a Bad Baby Name Make Someone a Bad Parent?

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