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He expatiated with great profoundness and fertility of ideas, on the uses to which a faculty like this might be employed.

Memoirs of Carwin the BiloquistCharles Brockden Brown

He manipulates it, presses it as a child presses its nurse's breast, to draw from its brown bosom the milk of fertility.

The decay of vegetation was popularly figured as due to the weakness of the god who produced the fertility.

This grain is sown three times a year, since the fertility of the soil corresponds to the evenness of the seasons.

De Orbe Novo, Volume 1 (of 2)Trans. by Francis Augustus MacNutt

Among the Greeks and Romans, boundaries were also marked by a phallic statue of Hermes, the god of fertility.

What astonishes me is his fertility in the arts of denunciation and scandalmongering.

Not even the fertility of the irrigation waters will maintain the land in the face of poor agricultural practice.

At this period of his life, the fertility of his mental resources showed itself most conspicuously.

In the moral, as in the physiological world, there are instances of fertility that are not yet explicable.

It has been seen, too, that though this is not a day of pre-eminent greatness, we can boast an astonishing industry and fertility.

My Contemporaries In FictionDavid Christie Murray

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