[ UK /fɹˈuːtfə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈfɹutfəɫ/ ]
  1. productive or conducive to producing in abundance
    be fruitful and multiply
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How To Use fruitful In A Sentence

  • The interiors are beautifully kept and the countryside is lush and fruitful. Times, Sunday Times
  • The pictures show squares within squares - the water-holding depressions that in ancient times made the gardens fruitful.
  • For if I pray in an unknown tongue , my spirit prayer, but my understanding is unfruitful.
  • The geographical results were fruitful; the Ross Sea, the Admiralty Range and the Great Ice Barrier were discovered and some eight hundred miles of Antarctic coastline were broadly delineated. The Home of the Blizzard Being the Story of the Australasian Antarctic Expedition, 1911-1914
  • I thought of biochemistry in our neighboring sciences and of psychophysics, and more recently of psychopharmacology, as examples of fruitful splitting and recombination in our own science.
  • Regardless of whether those pessimistic readings of the debate are correct, and of whether the zombie idea itself is sound or incoherent, it continues to stimulate fruitful work on consciousness, physicalism, phenomenal concepts, and the relations between imaginability, conceivability, and possibility. Zombies
  • In this kind of world, the weak and feeble minded are cast to the side to die an unambiguous death, while the strong and wise go on to live a fruitful, long life.
  • During the reign of King Rosen the land was rich and fruitful.
  • The result of any fruitful worldview is a firm, self-confident life order that is perceived as necessary, as a reality, about which there is nothing uncertain or disputable.
  • Students would have to ensure that bursaries awarded to them were used "fruitfully". ANC Daily News Briefing
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