It is certain that this fecundity was a very potent factor in the development of the Dutch School of painting.
Eggs are the symbols of fecundity and the renewal of life in the spring.
fecundity is the end he proposes, and he rewards with intoxicating delights those who contribute to the fulfilment of his designs.
On a stool was the unfinished model of fecundity swathed in wet cloths.
The fecundity of Mrs. Moulton's mind was by no means the least surprising of the good gifts with which nature had endowed her.
Therefore we ask for your opinions on the question of the power of adaptation in fecundity.
And besides, the exact degree of the fecundity of these animals is far from being known.
It can continue only by the infinity of number, the very excess of its fecundity.
The fecundity of the French Canadian race is such that this method of reprisal on the cur is not rare.
Pan represents the universal world, and he is the emblem of fecundity.
fecundity fe·cun·di·ty (fĭ-kŭn'dĭ-tē)
The capacity for producing offspring, especially in abundance.