fruitage


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fruit·age

 (fro͞o′tĭj)
n.
1.
a. The process, time, or condition of bearing fruit.
b. A yield of fruit.
2. A result or an effect.

fruitage

(ˈfruːtɪdʒ)
n
1. (Agriculture) the process, state, or season of producing fruit
2. fruit collectively

fruit•age

(ˈfru tɪdʒ)

n.
1. the bearing of fruit.
2. fruits collectively.
3. a product or result.
[1570–80; < Middle French fruit(er) to bear fruit + -age -age]

Fruitage, Fruitery

 fruit collectively, 1610.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fruitage - the yield of fruit; "a tree highly recommended for its fruitage"
crop, harvest - the yield from plants in a single growing season

fruitage

noun
The produce harvested from the land:
References in classic literature ?
My sister pined for her Spanish home all these years of exile; she was always talking of Spain to the child, and tending and nourishing the love of Spain in the little thing's heart as a precious flower; and she died happy in the knowledge that the fruitage of her patriotic labors was as rich as even she could desire.
My young friend was willing, in short, that the fresh verdure of his growing reputation should spread over my straggling and half-naked boughs; even as I have sometimes thought of training a vine, with its broad leafiness, and purple fruitage, over the worm-eaten posts and rafters of the rustic summer house.
A man is a bundle of relations, a knot of roots, whose flower and fruitage is the world.
Adding natural juice of vegetables and fruitage to ruminant diets (B) nutrients utilization, microbial safety and immunity, effect of diets supplemented with lemon, onion and garlic juice fed to growing buffalo calves.
(33.) In figuring the Gospel message as an "immortal food" that could be turned to poison, Williams may have in mind Milton's distinction between the trees of Heaven that bear "ambrosial fruitage" and the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil that brings about death.
Zhao, "Improvement test on frost resistance of vegetation-concrete and engineering application of test fruitage," Environmental Earth Sciences, vol.
the most wonderful proofs of what Nature can produce, (the survival of the fittest, no doubt--all the frailer samples dropt, sorted out by death)--as if to show how the earth and woods, the attrition of storms and elements, and the exigencies of life at first hand, can train and fashion men, indeed chiefs, in heroic massiveness, imperturbability, muscle, and that last and highest beauty consisting of strength--the full exploitation and fruitage of a human identity, not from the culmination--points of "culture" and artificial civilization, but tallying our race, as it were, with giant, vital, gnarl'd, enduring trees, or monoliths of separate hardiest rocks, and humanity holding its own with the best of the said trees or rocks, and outdoing them.
She is a divine dew which the soul, on certain of its summer mornings, feels dropping upon it from the amaranth bloom and golden fruitage of Paradise."
Adding natural juice of vegetables and fruitage to ruminant diets (b) nutrients utilization, microbial safety and immunity, effect of diets suplemented with lemon, onion and garlic juice fed to growing buffalo calves.
Galatians tells about the fruitage of the Spirit: kindness, peace, long-suffering, mildness.
In Emerson's (1983) words, "A man is a bundle of relations, a knot of roots, whose flower and fruitage is the world" ("History," p.
Hiwin chairman Eric Chuo noted that after a long time of conscientious devotion to developing industrial robots and related key parts as drivers and precision reduction gears, his company has enjoyed sweet fruitage of the efforts this year, with shipment of its Cartesian robots having showed stable growth month by month so far.