Related to fructuous: vivacious


 (frŭk′cho͞o-əs, fro͝ok′-)
Fruitful; productive.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin frūctuōsus, from frūctus, fruit; see fruit.]


(ˈfrʌktjʊəs; ˈfrʊk-)
productive or fruitful; fertile
[C14: from Latin frūctuōsus, from frūctus fruit + -ous]
ˈfructuously adv
ˈfructuousness n


(ˈfrʌk tʃu əs, ˈfrʊk-)

productive; fruitful.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin frūctuōsus]
fruc′tu•ous•ly, adv.
fruc′tu•ous•ness, n.
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The image of Mary bearing and revealing Christ within gives a fructuous picture of the impossibility of the members of the fellowship, Chaucer included, to claim the last word, dependent as they are on one another for the capacity to speak and on the Word within that gives them all speech.
Accordingly, CBO expects the Omani banking sector to continue its fructuous performance in the current year 2016 under the tight surveillance of the Central Bank of Oman besides enjoying comfortable levels of liquidity and financial solvency.
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En passant, this ensemble of articles provides a fructuous point of reference for on-going discussions about the functions and desirability of the continued employ of apartheid racial taxonomies in post-apartheid South Africa.
The company expressed apprehensions that the Government may start distributing land any moment and pleaded that unless an interim order was passed its writ-petition could prove in fructuous.
Good has a fructuous relation with the religious in "an ethical void"; hence, "the due role of the ethics, writes Fondane, is not that of acting, but that of disappearing .
Nonetheless, such pitfalls are rare and, overall, Ibbett's project is a fructuous contribution to scholarship.
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