Its nuclear program is a bald-faced attempt at regional hegemony, one that comes closer to fruition with each passing day.
One of the more fascinating projects I read about that never came to fruition was your Howard Hughes biopic starring Jim Carrey.
In 2007 and 2008, I spent hundreds of hours interviewing him for a screenplay that never came to fruition.
For Brown, seeing it all come to fruition was almost unbelievable.
By Friday, the Moon teams with Neptune to provide you fortitude to see imaginative goals through to fruition.
It begins well and endeth better, for these kisses find their fruition in marriage.
For this character of the (or any) ideal of action the best name is fruition or enjoyment.
From childhood I have cherished the hope of reaching it, and the fruition is near at hand.
So, for a time, if such a passion come to fruition, the man will get what he wants.
The earth hearkened to man's wants and answered; the clement sun and summer rains hastened the fruition.
early 15c., "act of enjoying," from Middle French fruition and directly from Late Latin fruitionem (nominative fruitio) "enjoyment," noun of action from Latin frui "to use, enjoy." Sense of "act or state of bearing fruit" is first recorded 1885 by mistaken association with fruit; figurative sense is from 1889.