Thesaurus / fecundity
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In “Outlawed,” marriages are celebrated for their fecundity, and mothers of lots of children enjoy considerable social power.

Health, strength, and fecundity is to this very day the mark of the Belgian people in town and country.

mile VerhaerenStefan Zweig

Thus the very decency of the native is a handicap to success and to fecundity.

The Old World in the NewEdward Alsworth Ross

This is the most innocent and harmless of the numerous suggestions made by reformers for controlling the fecundity of the poor.

The Fertility of the UnfitWilliam Allan Chapple

The real danger lay in the fecundity of her loins, and it was in 1970 that the first cry of alarm was raised.

Each superior degree of organic evolution is accompanied by an inferior degree of fecundity.

DegeneracyEugene S. Talbot

What mere copiousness of fecundity can supply and mere greed preserve, we possess.

Man And SupermanGeorge Bernard Shaw

It has long been known that menstruation presents a group of phenomena closely allied to fecundity.

The Physical Life of Woman:Dr. George H Napheys

Pan represents the universal world, and he is the emblem of fecundity.

Fiends, Ghosts, and SpritesJohn Nettin Radcliffe

The tapeti resembles the hare in its manner of living, fecundity, and quality of its flesh, which is excellent food.

Buffon's Natural History. Volume IX (of 10)Georges Louis Leclerc de Buffon

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