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fruitful

[ froot-fuhl ]
/ ˈfrut fəl /
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adjective
producing good results; beneficial; profitable: fruitful investigations.
abounding in fruit, as trees or other plants; bearing fruit abundantly.
producing an abundant growth, as of fruit: fruitful soil; fruitful rain.
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Origin of fruitful

Middle English word dating back to 1250–1300; see origin at fruit, -ful

synonym study for fruitful

1, 3. See productive.

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British Dictionary definitions for fruitful

fruitful
/ (ˈfruːtfʊl) /

adjective
bearing fruit in abundance
productive or prolific, esp in bearing offspring
causing or assisting prolific growth
producing results or profitsa fruitful discussion

Derived forms of fruitful

fruitfully, adverbfruitfulness, noun
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