fruitfulness

[ froot-fuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF fruitfulness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRUITFULNESS

Hyacinthe pouted by way of expressing his contempt of all fruitfulness.

Indeed the growth had then reached the period of fruitfulness.

"Fruitfulness" is a book to be judged from several standpoints.

Briefly, the genesis of "Fruitfulness" lies in the article I have quoted.

The vigor of the plant is thus checked and fruitfulness increased.

Goodness is creative; it is fruitfulness; it is the very benediction of a holy act.

A bowl of water became the symbol of the fruitfulness of woman.

And everywhere the waters go is life with beauty, and fruitfulness.

Both bring life with its accompaniments of beauty and vigor and fruitfulness.

But this fruitfulness is apt to be at the expense of the vigor of the tree.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FRUITFULNESS

prolificacy

nounfertility
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