reproductive

[ ree-pruh-duhk-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF reproductive

Synonyms for reproductive

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The spores are the seeds or reproductive bodies of the mushroom.

Reproductive organs not subject to disease in Zoological Garden.

This play is in part an off-shoot of the reproductive motive.

It has its roots both in the reproductive and the nutritional motives.

The result of work is not reproductive, but fruit has its seed in itself.

It is for this reason that the sex organs are also called the Reproductive Organs.

Now let us pass on to the consideration of the reproductive organs in the female.

As far as possible turn your thoughts from the reproductive system.

Identity of appearance is no sure guide to reproductive qualities.

Or ought not, in these times, all expenditure to be reproductive?

WORD ORIGIN

1753; see reproduce + -ive. In U.S., reproductive rights attested from 1970.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REPRODUCTIVE

prolific

adjectivefruitful, productive
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