Fruitful meaning

fro͝ot'fəl
Producing useful or desired results; productive.

A fruitful collaboration; a fruitful suggestion.

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Capable of producing vegetation.

Fruitful soil.

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Bearing much fruit.
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Producing much; productive; prolific.
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Producing results; profitable.

A fruitful plan.

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Favourable to the growth of fruit or useful vegetation; fertile; not barren.
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Being productive in any sense; yielding benefits.

The extra work in the office turned out to be fruitful after all - I got promoted.

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The definition of fruitful is a fertile person with many children, or a plant that produces a lot of fruit, or something productive or effective.

An example of a fruitful woman is a woman with 10 children.

An example of fruitful efforts are efforts to fund-raise that end up generating millions in donations.

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Producing fruit, especially in abundance.
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Producing offspring, especially in abundance.
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Origin of fruitful

fruit +‎ -ful