Fruition definition

fro͝o-ĭshən
Realization of something desired or worked for; accomplishment.

Labor finally coming to fruition.

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The condition of bearing fruit.
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Enjoyment derived from use or possession.
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The definition of fruition is the realization of a goal or the end of a plan when success occurs.

When you have been planning for something to occur and it does, this is an example of your plan coming to fruition.

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A pleasure obtained from using or possessing something; enjoyment.
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The bearing of fruit.
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A coming to fulfillment; realization.

A book that is the fruition of years of research.

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The fulfillment of something worked for.
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The enjoyment derived from a possession.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
fruition
Plural:
fruitions

Origin of fruition

  • Middle English fruicioun from Old French fruicion from Late Latin fruitiō fruitiōn- enjoyment from Latin fruitus past participle of fruī to enjoy

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Erroneously from fruit (though now standard usage)

    From Wiktionary

  • From Latin fruī (“to enjoy”).

    From Wiktionary