Meaning: productive or conducive to producing in abundance; "be fruitful and multiply"
Branches also soon become fruitful.
The expedition promises to be fruitful.
Knowledge, already attained knowledge, controls thinking and makes it fruitful.
"But, Colonel, the negro when educated will be more able to make his speculations fruitful."
The very word pupil has almost come to mean one who is engaged not in having fruitful experiences but in absorbing knowledge directly.
This peculiarity of the dream of pollution, as O. Rank has observed, makes it a fruitful subject to pursue in the study of dream distortion.
Ali Baba knocked at the door, which was opened by Morgiana, a clever, intelligent slave, who was fruitful in inventions to meet the most difficult circumstances.
After each fruitful visit to the undertaker, and he paid several in his zeal, he came back to Lucy and she was grateful; and she was not only grateful, but very obviously glad to get him back.
The neglected body, having no organized fruitful channels of activity, breaks forth, without knowing why or how, into meaningless boisterousness, or settles into equally meaningless fooling--both very different from the normal play of children.
On her wedding day, the bride is crowned with a garland of wormwood; and, after the priest has tied the nuptial knot, his clerk or sexton throws a handful of hops upon the head of the bride, wishing that she might prove as fruitful as that plant.