fecundity

[ fi-kuhn-di-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF fecundity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FECUNDITY

On a stool was the unfinished model of Fecundity swathed in wet cloths.

Therefore we ask for your opinions on the question of the power of adaptation in fecundity.

Disorders of menstruation have much less influence on fecundity.

Fecundity is the end he proposes, and he rewards with intoxicating delights those who contribute to the fulfilment of his designs.

It is important to remember the distinction between "fecundity" and "fertility."

The spring of the year, as has already been stated, is the most favourable to fecundity.

Such an entity is supposed to have fecundity, fidelity, longevity.

Eggs are the symbols of fecundity and the renewal of life in the spring.

But she was visibly impressed by this fecundity and riotous extravagance of genius. '

His fecundity was prodigious, and he wrote at will in seven languages.

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