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Use "precipitates" in a sentence
"So, I guess, you know, this kind of precipitates the question of why should we expect that Starbucks or places like it are supposed to be responsible in which to help communities get together or a place for people to be more social?"
"It's not entirely clear what precipitates these hormonal changes in men, Courtenay says, but it could be nature's way of making fathers more responsive to their children and "keeping them home" during a trying time."
"Then, Pete, who is apparently in mid-chug when Baxter walks in, can't control himself any longer and erupts with a deep gagging sound, which precipitates a gusher of beer from his mouth and nostrils."