Simple past tense and past participle of produce.(verb)
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Use "produced" in a sentence
"With regard to this logic of Sir James, it may be remarked, (1) that the immediate effect produced, _and sought to be produced_, by a repeal of the Corn Laws, was to cheapen in the market the only thing Ireland had to sell -- corn; (2) that the Irish members did not ask any portion of the taxes of Great Britain, to feed their countrymen, -- they proclaimed and proved, that the resources of their own country were sufficient for this purpose; and this view was frequently put forward by O'Connell, and other leading Irish representatives."
"The label produced this collection to put an end to that trend, and after over a dozen listens to this fine album, I'd have to agree."
"It is denominated efficient on account of the term produced by its action, i.e. the effect itself, and not necessarily from any presupposed material principle which it is conceived as potent to transform."