born out of


: has occurred because of
Church leaders assert that the recent unrest in the city is born out of years of neglect of the city's poor neighborhoods.

Examples of born out of in a Sentence

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“Born out of.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 29 Sep. 2023.

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