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Synonyms for produce

Synonyms for produce

to bring forth (a product)

to bring (a product or idea, for example) into being

to form by artistic effort

to create by forming, combining, or altering materials

Synonyms for produce

References in classic literature ?
Then, knowing to an inch where the bulbs which were to produce the black tulip were planted, he ran towards the spot, following, however, the gravelled walks in order not to be betrayed by his footprints, and, on arriving at the precise spot, he proceeded, with the eagerness of a tiger, to plunge his hand into the soft ground.
In this way our dairy produce came, in time, to command higher prices in the market than that sent by other communes.
They take all the hides produced in the department itself, and even draw part of their supply from Provence; and yet the Tyrolese uses more leather than they can produce, and has forty work-people in his employ!
The country upon which all others depend for their supplies will be the land which will promulgate free trade, for it will be conscious of its power to produce its manufactures at prices lower than those of any of its competitors.
France, no doubt, possesses more than one well-educated man and more than one patriot in every commune; but I am fully persuaded that not every canton can produce a man who to these valuable qualifications unites the unflagging will and pertinacity with which a blacksmith hammers out iron.
There is plenty of demand in a large city for produce of all kinds, but not every commune is situated at the gates of a city.
Will they not produce corn, and wine, and clothes, and shoes, and build houses for themselves?
And yet as no nation produces so many drunken quarrels, especially among the lower people, as England (for indeed, with them, to drink and to fight together are almost synonymous terms), I would not, methinks, have it thence concluded, that the English are the worst-natured people alive.
Also, by a telescoped process, words come in time to produce directly the effects which would have been produced by the images with which they were associated.
You are the only man who might have forced me to produce it, and you know the truth.
In a word, we were now in very considerable circumstances, and every year increasing; for our new plantation grew upon our hands insensibly, and in eight years which we lived upon it, we brought it to such pitch, that the produce was at least
In the wake of revelations of unsanitary conditions at a produce wholesaler in Los Angeles, county supervisors moved Tuesday to step up enforcement of wholesalers countywide.
Whether responding to or serving subpoenas, insurance companies should be alert to the impact that the changes to Rule 45 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure will have on the obligations of nonparties to produce electronically stored information.
Current diecast car manufacturers produce replicas of vehicles produced in major automotive plants today, such as the Ford Mustang GT concept car or Chevrolet Silverado truck.
The production of fresh produce is much more centralized than it used to be, and [produce] gets distributed very widely and rapidly.