What is another word for fecund?

237 synonyms found


[ fˈɛkʌnd], [ fˈɛkʌnd], [ f_ˈɛ_k_ʌ_n_d]

Fecund is a term used to describe someone or something that is fertile or fruitful. However, in order to express this concept in different ways, there are many synonyms that can be used. For instance, a word that is commonly used instead of fecund is prolific, which also denotes abundant fertility. Another synonym for fecund is generative, which suggests the ability to produce or create. The term fruitful is also sometimes used instead of fecund, and it connotes the idea of bearing an abundant crop or producing excellent results. Other synonyms for fecund include productive, fertile, and teeming, which all suggest a sense of abundance and vitality.

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What are the opposite words for fecund?

Fecund refers to the ability to produce offspring, ideas, or creative output in abundance. Some antonyms for fecund could include barren, infertile, sterile, unproductive, and fruitless. Barren refers to land or individuals who are unable to produce life or fruit, while infertile refers to the inability to conceive or generate new life. Sterile also implies the inability to produce life, but it can also refer to environments where bacteria and other microorganisms cannot survive. Unproductive and fruitless both tie into the notion of lacking productivity or yielding results. While fecund denotes richness and abundance, these antonyms highlight the lack of fertility and productivity.

Usage examples for Fecund

To see from the window such a beautiful verdant acreage and rain pouring onto it making it greener yet was like fecund life commencing after the destruction of a forest fire.
"Corpus of a Siam Mosquito"
Steven Sills
The freely expressed opinions of distinguished German, English and American physicians show that these enthusiastic praises from his French compatriots are well deserved by Laennec for the beautifully simple, yet wonderfully fecund method that he placed before the medical profession in all its completeness.
"Makers of Modern Medicine"
James J. Walsh
It almost seemed that we were lacking in the fecund possibilities of daring and successful initiative.
"Makers of Modern Medicine"
James J. Walsh

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