fructive

fructive

(ˈfrʌktɪv)
adj
fruitful
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2/ Afro-American Folk--A series of half-hour magazine-style programs about the enormous and fructive Afro-American cultural enclave that rings the Gulf of Mexico, dominates the life of its islands and penetrates its hinterlands from Rio de Janeiro to Chicago, from Georgia to Barranquilla.
That brand is linked by its fructive name to the idea of Palestine, a home for the Jews.
An earlier phase of feminist thought sought to critique the gendered construction of the West; Rosowski, conversely, accepts (at least in part) these associations: the soil of the West is feminized and becomes a fructive imaginative terrain for the woman writer.