fruition

[ froo-ish-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF fruition

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRUITION

But man was not born for the indolence of pleasure and the uniformity of fruition.

American producers of very fine wool have ever fed an expectation, but never obtained the fruition of their hopes.

The May day, the day of fulfilment for Smiles' dreams and the fruition of her work, had come.

There was a genuine sense of fruition about that first harvest.

For this character of the (or any) ideal of action the best name is fruition or enjoyment.

So, for a time, if such a passion come to fruition, the man will get what he wants.

He had at hand the agency for bringing the scheme to fruition.

From childhood I have cherished the hope of reaching it, and the fruition is near at hand.

This is the supreme power that has carried all his other powers to fruition.

The moment of fruition had come; the crowning of his pride and pleasure in his home.

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