fruitful

[ froot-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF fruitful

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRUITFUL

Fruitful seasons have done much to secure it, but they have not done all.

The performance furnished a fruitful harvest for the life-savers.

As Shakespeare is the amplest of poets, so were theirs the most fruitful of courts.

O why should such glorious qualifications be the fruitful source of woe!

No human repentance is enough to equalise deadly sin and be fruitful.

She engendered them in her own fruitful breast, and her "copy is eterne."

This question was, as usual, the fruitful source of jarring opinions.

The same nourishing milk flowed from both their fruitful bosoms.

It towered up there beautiful, strong, virile, and fruitful.

By this means of practice, the bushes have been constantly kept healthy, fruitful, and free from the annoyance of insects.

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