bear fruitSEE DEFINITION OF bear fruit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEAR FRUIT
I can keep on making efforts; who knows but some of them may bear fruit?
Other plants can for a time dispense with it, and yet bear fruit: the vine must have it.
It is simply a growth of the vine, produced by it and appointed to bear fruit.
A native peach does well, and will bear fruit in two years from seed.
"God grant that your sacrifice may bear fruit," I said, and left her.
Do not say you do no harm; that is not enough, you are to bear fruit unto holiness.
Peach trees are abundant, and bear fruit equal to the best which can be found in France.
Two weeks after their arrival, the scheme began to bear fruit.
In Penang a certain number of these trees are not permitted to bear fruit.
It is the part of the vine to sustain the branches, and the part of the branches to bear fruit.