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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprocreatepro‧cre‧ate /ˈprəʊkrieɪt $ ˈproʊ-/ verb [intransitive, transitive]  formalHBAMB to produce children or baby animals syn reproduceprocreation /ˌprəʊkriˈeɪʃən $ ˌproʊ-/ noun [uncountable]→ See Verb table
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procreateLivings together will happen in abundance, of course; but marriage will be another matter: marriage will imply intent to procreate.To build is as natural as to procreate.Witnesses testified that 98 percent of couples applying for marriage licenses intend to procreate.Some of these would be the firstborn spawn of hybrids, human in looks yet able to procreate a purestrain Stealer.Their function was to work, to procreate and to give place to the next generation; while the sprawling capital endured.Pauline candidly admits that some of the ancestors he cannibalized to procreate these monsters were stolen.