What is another word for fructify?

Pronunciation: [fɹˈʌktɪfˌa͡ɪ] (IPA)

Fructify is a word that means to bear fruit, or to become fruitful. Some synonyms for fructify would include germinate, prosper, thrive, burgeon, thrive, flourish, grow, bloom, and bear. Other synonyms for fructify might include blossom, mature, develop, or sprout. Each of these synonyms suggests an action that is associated with growth, prosperity, and abundance. Whether you are talking about plants, ideas, or relationships, the concept of fructification is always one of growth, nourishment, and success. By using these synonyms for fructify, you can convey the sense of energy and vitality that comes with successful growth and development.

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What are the hypernyms for Fructify?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    bear fruit, generate fruit, produce fruit, realize fruit, reap fruit, yield fruit.

What are the hyponyms for Fructify?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

Usage examples for Fructify

To make ourselves anxious as to whether the Word we have planted will fructify is just to dig it up again, and then of course it will not grow.
"The Law and the Word"
Thomas Troward
At all events, he has plenty of money, and the head to make it fructify; and if he only take a liking to it, he 's the very fellow to buy up Kilkieran, and the islands, and the rest of that waste district you were telling me of t'other night.
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever
It may be that, like Goethe, he valued the love of woman not for itself or its direct results, but as an art-stimulus which should enrich and fructify his own intellectual life.
"The Great German Composers"
George T. Ferris

Famous quotes with Fructify

  • We must grant the artist his subject, his idea, what the French call his ; our criticism is applied only to what he makes of it. Naturally I do not mean that we are bound to like it or find it interesting: in case we do not our course is perfectly simple — to let it alone. We may believe that of a certain idea even the most sincere novelist can make nothing at all, and the event may perfectly justify our belief; but the failure will have been a failure to execute, and it is in the execution that the fatal weakness is recorded. If we pretend to respect the artist at all we must allow him his freedom of choice, in the face, in particular cases, of innumerable presumptions that the choice will not fructify. Art derives a considerable part of its beneficial exercise from flying in the face of presumptions, and some of the most interesting experiments of which it is capable are hidden in the bosom of common things.
    Henry James

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