Related formsin·fer·tile·ly, adverbin·fer·til·i·ty, in·fer·tile·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for infertility
The group studied was an altogether skewed collection of 21,276 Danish couples who had sought help in an infertility clinic.
And part of the reason that women wait so long is that they falsely believe that IVF is the magic cure all for infertility.
“Gynecologists are not infertility specialists,” said Whelan.
The overall population growth in Africa—expected to double by 2050—masks an epidemic of infertility.
Where deafness and infertility and all manner of other impairments are far more common.Worried About Incurable Tuberculosis? Stand By for Incurable Everything.|Megan McArdle|March 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Idle is an epithet used to express the infertility of the chaotic state, in the Saxon translation of the Pentateuch.Notes to Shakespeare, Volume III: The Tragedies|Samuel Johnson
In the main, the cause of infertility, as with other fruits, is the impotency of pollen on the pistils of the same variety.Manual of American Grape-Growing|U. P. Hedrick
The infertility of the best stock is due to voluntary curtailment of the family, through sexual self-restraint.The Fertility of the Unfit|William Allan Chapple
Every rain brings the light soil down the ravine and lays it like a hand of infertility upon my farm.Adventures In Contentment|David Grayson
The production of infertility, some forms of physical degeneracy, and deformity.Consanguineous Marriages in the American Population|George B. Louis Arner