(1) Many of these changes engender anxiety and fear.(2) We will build on our strengths and continue to engender a love of learning across all subjects for all our students.(3) Although as a phrase of popular wisdom says, "one can not engender a child with mere desire".(4) Urging prospective fathers to take care that their seed is of the right temperature to engender children of a good physical and psychological temper, Charron offers them some practical advice.(5) Whatever the underlying motives, the intended effect of the government's statements and actions is to engender a mood of general fear and panic.(6) I can not imagine returning home from watching a film and deciding to engender a child.(7) You engender a feeling of comfort and stability to those within your charge.(8) However, what is most important now is to engender confidence.(9) When, in turn, we biologically engender a child with a partner, the two parents are equally invested and morally responsible for the child.(10) Barnett is unable to lead, inspire or engender loyalty.(11) When played properly, the game can only engender feelings of joy and success amongst its participants.(12) For example, a doctor whose relationships with other professionals are problematic may engender negative feelings among peers but still provide good care.(13) Again, this does not engender confidence in the reliability of the inspector's conclusions.(14) What the exceedingly nervous performer needs is not only musical preparation, but also a way to manage the anxiety engendered by the performing situation.(15) Precaution also engenders a profound sense of humility at how little we know.(16) While this normally would bring with it a sense of anticipation, the bottle in question only engendered suspicion.