verb (used with object), fe·cun·dat·ed, fe·cun·dat·ing.
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Having found no external appearance of fecundation, we allowed her to enter.New observations on the natural history of bees|Francis Huber
The sexual functions do not cease completely, although they cannot lead to fecundation.
If fecundation occurs, the result will be a development of two embryos at the same time.Plain Facts for Old and Young|John Harvey Kellogg
As regards sexual power we must distinguish between that of copulation and that of fecundation.
The distinction between male and female characteristics appears to be determined before the fecundation of the ovum.Schenk's Theory: The Determination of Sex|Samuel Leopold Schenk