Thesaurus / bear fruit

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The popular esteem which Mr. Bourke won by his exertions during the famine was presently to bear fruit.

The Earl of MayoWilliam Wilson Hunter

Forest trees are useful in their own place, and for certain purposes; but a vine, if it do not bear fruit, is of no use at all.

There are some cultivated papaw-trees on Long Island, but I do not think they bear fruit.

On the TrailLina Beard and Adelia Belle Beard

Deerfoot felt that he had sowed the seed, and he had only to wait for it to bear fruit.

Camp-fire and WigwamEdward Sylvester Ellis

If he finds branches that bear fruit, he trims them and cleans them, so that they may bear better fruit.

You are the fig tree which, having failed so many times to bear fruit, at last withered, but God alone can judge your soul.

That hope is to bear fruit on earth—in patience and loyalty, in humble and faithful service.

Serious errors which had been made in calling and enlisting troops now began to bear fruit.

She throws out a new suggestion—that of the employment of the blind in special branches of a trade—which may even yet bear fruit.

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