Definition of Fruict
1. fruit [n -S]
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Literary usage of Fruict
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1. The Works of John Knox by John Knox, David Laing (1846)
"... not the tree good, nor evill fruict the tree evill: But a good tree ... ane evill tree evill fruict." (Matth. 7.)—A man is likened to the tree, ..."
2. The Historie of Travaile Into Virginia Britannia: Expressing the by William Strachey, Richard Henry Major (1849)
"Here is a cherry-redd fruict both within and without (as I have seene the like in the Bermudas), which wee call the prickle peare;1 in the Indies they are ..."
3. The Register of the Privy Council of Scotland by Scotland Privy Council, Peter Hume Brown, Evan Whyte Melville Balfour-Melville, Henry Paton (1906)
"... open to the effect he might enter and survey the fruict trees therein, ... fand that there wer 200 fruict trees there of peirs and apples beside ..."
4. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Alexander Chalmers, Samuel Johnson (1810)
"... the fruict of the soure docke. Wherfore if thou desire this blisse in .... heauenly is to the soule : this is the grace and* the fruict that I long haue ..."
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