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If there is anything I have learned in my first year as an entrepreneur, it’s that having great ideas does not require a substantial amount of money, but sometimes you just need a little bit of help to see your idea come to fruition.

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As with pretty much the entire music industry, the Mods’ big plans for 2020 never came to fruition.

If this forecast comes to fruition, it’d mark the biggest year of migration in decades.

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Hopes that Harden’s personal investment in the Rockets might stabilize if he played well never came to fruition.

Hopes that Harden’s trade value might increase or his personal investment in the Rockets might stabilize if he played well to start the season have not yet come to fruition.

Her mother had a musical theater background, so Malone grew up backstage, watching productions come to fruition.

One of the more fascinating projects I read about that never came to fruition was your Howard Hughes biopic starring Jim Carrey.

As Hafsat brings development goals to fruition in her state, there are shades of a presidential candidate.

We have to remind people why the original was great, and have to do a little more work to bring that to fruition.

The cast and crew discuss how this groundbreaking movie came to fruition.

He laughed, with the fine air of one who sees approaching the fruition of long-cherished plans.

Perhaps in the full fruition of your genius your music, like the warm western wind to the harp, may bring life to her soul.

The countless million heads are heavy with fruition, and sun glorifies and breeze cradles them to the hour of harvest.

Unbelief forfeited the true fruition of even the old Canaan for the old Israel.

It seems to be the law of all life that nothing can come to fruition without dying and seeming to make an end.


On this page you'll find 43 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fruition, such as: materialization, accomplishment, actualization, attainment, completion, and consummation.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.