Origin of fruitage
Examples from the Web for fruitage
We also see, in no far-away future, a large church work for us as the fruitage of our school work.
The plow of slavery had been followed by the harrow of war,—blossoms and fruitage could not instantly follow.The Negro and the Nation|George S. Merriam
He knew Jasper Grierson's ambition, and its fruitage in the practical ownership of Wahaska.The Price|Francis Lynde
She would illuminate the grounds, weigh down the old forest trees with a fruitage of lights, build pavilions and rustic bridges.The Gold Brick|Ann S. Stephens
These grovel for nuts like the Hampshire hog, or impiously celebrate the fruitage by which man fell.Essays in Rebellion|Henry W. Nevinson