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synonyms for fructify

  • fecundate
  • impregnate
  • pollinate
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How to use fructify in a sentence

For amongst the tart sorbs, it befits not the sweet fig to fructify.
THE STORY OF FLORENCEEDMUND G. GARDNER
All that produces does so only for a time; 'tis the law here below, for eternity death alone shall fructify.
LIBRARY OF THE WORLD'S BEST LITERATURE, ANCIENT AND MODERN VOLUME 11VARIOUS
His high conception of solidarity was to fructify, within a hundred years, under Philippe-Auguste, the grandson of Sugers master.
HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY
In the spring it recommences vegetation, and emits its branches into the newly-formed organs of its host, there to fructify.
FUNGI: THEIR NATURE AND USESMORDECAI CUBITT COOKE
Did any portion of the capital annually abstracted from the estate return to it, to fructify and increase its value?
THE LAND-WAR IN IRELAND (1870)JAMES GODKIN
The limits of individual life rightly demand that a large proportion of individual effort shall fructify in the individual life.
THE EVOLUTION OF MODERN CAPITALISMJOHN ATKINSON HOBSON
Those of the guava germinate rapidly, and fructify in the third or fourth year.
ORIGIN OF CULTIVATED PLANTSALPHONSE DE CANDOLLE
Sarah had only her father; and when her heart began to fructify and expand, all her affections expanded with it.
THE CONTINENTAL MONTHLY, VOL 2, NO 6, DECEMBER 1862VARIOUS
Later in this second period, these two modes of thought come together and fructify one another.
A CRITICAL HISTORY OF GREEK PHILOSOPHYW. T. STACE
She looked at him fiercely and waited to let that sentiment fructify in the young man's soul.
A REPUBLIC WITHOUT A PRESIDENT AND OTHER STORIESHERBERT WARD
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WORDS RELATED TO FRUCTIFY

  • be delivered of
  • beget
  • breed
  • bring forth
  • create
  • develop
  • engender
  • form
  • fructify
  • generate
  • invent
  • make
  • parturitate
  • produce
  • propagate
  • provide
  • reproduce
  • yield
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