Fertile synonyms

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Being the source from which a copy, reproduction, or translation is made.
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Capable of producing vegetation:
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Producing results; fruitful:
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Made of or containing valuable materials:
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Prosperous; wealthy:
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Producing or characterized by abundant works or results:
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Extremely pleasing to the senses:
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Of or capable of copulation; sexually potent
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That cannot produce offspring; sterile
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Not producing or incapable of producing offspring.
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Bringing as a result (with of)
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Said of land
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Producing a good yield; productive
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In plenty; abundant.
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The definition of black is covered in darkness or having no light.
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Suitable for plowing, hence for producing crops
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Having flowers; in bloom
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(Architecture) Designed to support structural weight:
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Said of land
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The definition of fecund is someone capable of getting pregnant and giving birth, or is being capable of having large amounts of offspring.
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Said of females
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Said of females
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Carrying developing young or eggs:
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Said of females
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Of, relating to, or characterized by invention.
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Able to deal creatively and effectively with problems, difficulties, etc.
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Tending to be fanciful or inventive
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Of, relating to, characteristic of, or inhabiting a desert:
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Relating to soil or land that is not capable of supporting or is unfavorable to the growth of plants.
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Having an abundance of something; abounding:
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Having a quantity or amount that is generous or plentiful; ample.
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(Of things that grow) Abundant, luxuriant, profuse, superabundant.
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(Rare) fruitful
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(Obs.) Of noble birth
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Strong and healthy
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(Rare) Very productive; fertile
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Having pistils but no stamens. Female flowers are pistillate.
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Having or yielding plenty
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Yielding profit, gain, or benefit
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Plentiful; copious.
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Being able to produce offspring, reproductive
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Internal self-fertilization in algae, fungi, protozoans, etc. by the fusion of gametes or nuclei within the same individual
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The act of enriching or the state of being enriched.
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The process whereby a new organism is produced by fertilization
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Number, rate, or capacity of offspring production.
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The birthrate of a population.
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The union of male and female gametes to form a zygote.
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The state or quality of being fruitful; productiveness; fertility; fecundity; exuberant abundance.
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The fact or process of imbuing or saturating with something; diffusion of some element, idea etc. through a medium or substance.
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The process by which plant pollen is transferred from the male reproductive organs to the female reproductive organs to form seeds. In flowering plants, pollen is transferred from the anther to the stigma, often by the wind or by insects. In cone-bearing plants, male cones release pollen that is usually borne by the wind to the ovules of female cones.
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(Botany) The transfer of pollen from the anthers of one plant to the stigma of another; cross-pollination.
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To concentrate (a radioactive isotope) in the making of nuclear fuel
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To make fertile.
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To make fruitful; to fecundate.
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To make (soil, for example) fertile:
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To cause to bear fruit; fertilize
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(Computers) To produce (a program) by instructing a computer to follow given parameters with a skeleton program.
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To apply pollen to (a stigma).
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(Archaic) To make prolific; to fertilize; to impregnate.
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(Obsolete) To yield seed; to emit seed or sperm.
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ready to bear, produce
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The definition of impotent is someone or something weak, ineffective or lacking power.
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(Economics) Adding nothing to exchangeable value.
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Not leading to success; unproductive:
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Without use or possibility to be used.
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Having leafy shoots growing from a flower or fruit
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Alternative spelling of in vitro. (as attributive adjective)
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Synonym Study

  • Prolific , a close synonym for fecund , more often carries connotations of rapid production or reproduction and is often derogatory a prolific species, a prolific writer
  • Fruitful specifically suggests the bearing of much fruit, but it is also used to imply fertility (of soil or plants) or to that which produces favorable or profitable results, etc.
  • Fecund implies the abundant production of offspring or fruit, or, figuratively, of creations of the mind
  • Fertile implies a producing, or the power of producing, fruit or offspring, and may be used figuratively of the mind
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