(Verbs). To reproduce, revive, renovate, rebuild, reconstruct, regenerate, revivify, resurrect, resuscitate, reincarnate, quicken; come again into life, reappear.
(Phrase). Spring up like a mushroom.
(Adjectives). Reproduced, etc., renascent, reappearing.
Straight descent, sonship, primogeniture, ultimogeniture.
(Phrase). A chip of the old block.
Pregnancy, gestation, pullulation, fructification, multiplication, propagation, procreation.
A milch cow, a rabbit, a warren, a hydra.
(Verbs). To procreate 161, multiply, teem, pullulate, fructify, proliferate, generate.
(Adjectives). Productive, prolific, teeming, fertile, fruitful, luxuriant, fecund, pregnant, gravid, enceinte, with child, with young.
Procreant, procreative, generative, propagable, life-giving.
(Verb). To be unproductive, etc.
(Adjectives). Unproductive, in-operative, barren, addle, unfertile, unprolific, sterile, unfruitful, hungry, teemless, infecund, issueless, unprofitable 645.
Modus operandi, quickening power, maintaining power.
(Verbs). To be in action, to operate, work, act, perform, play, support, sustain, strain, maintain, take effect, quicken, strike; strike hard, strike home, bring to bear.
(Phrases). To come into play; to make an impression.
(Adjectives). Acting, operating, etc., operative, efficient, efficacious, effectual, in force.
Acted upon, wrought upon.
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