Prepositions after "engender"
engender by, in, among, between or to?
|In 74% of cases engender by is used|
|There is a level of trust here that is engendered by demystifying the design process.|
|Obviously there is much disaffection, engendered by disillusionment, which doesn't work well for the NDC and President Mahama.|
|For much of the last decade I found my permanently exhausted state -- engendered by too much time in pubs and the general atomised nature of city living -- was enough to dull the fury.|
|In 13% of cases engender in is used|
|Our economic transformation is all the more exciting because it is happening through political dialogue engendered in a democracy, where contending views clash and reconcile.|
|In 4% of cases engender among is used|
|It's because of Dan that I'd posting it here, but trust me, the hatred Republicans engender among educated, empathetic, non-racist, non-crazy people who love their country is ALL on them.|
|In 4% of cases engender between is used|
|Companies engaging in content marketing do so to grow their businesses as a consequence of the positive relationships that are engendered between themselves and their audience.|
|In 4% of cases engender to is used|
|The money hitting low against dollar while the RBI doing nothing, engenders to an economic crisis.|
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