fertile[ fur-tl or, esp. British, -tahyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF fertile
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FERTILE
That his land may be fertile and he himself abide in security.
Even the fertile vale, in the hollow of which it lay, had ceased to have existence.
Well, I will lead you into the most fertile plains in the world.
From this we gather that his mind was fertile in expedients.
The coast, and especially the southern extremity, are fertile.
The neighbouring country was fertile, in proportion to its distance from this spot.
The children had not noticed her, and Meg had a fertile mind.
The mongrels are, so far as we know, fertile with one another.
And by this meanes your plot shall be fertile for your life.
Before them stretched a landscape of rolling hills and fertile valleys.