Definition of Fruition

1. Noun. The condition of bearing fruit.

Generic synonyms: Condition, Status
Derivative terms: Fruit



2. Noun. Enjoyment derived from use or possession.
Generic synonyms: Enjoyment, Use

3. Noun. Something that is made real or concrete. "The victory was the realization of a whole year's work"
Exact synonyms: Realisation, Realization
Generic synonyms: Consummation
Derivative terms: Realise, Realize

Definition of Fruition

1. n. Use or possession of anything, especially such as is accompanied with pleasure or satisfaction; pleasure derived from possession or use.

Definition of Fruition

1. Noun. The fulfillment of something worked for. ¹

2. Noun. The enjoyment derived from a possession. ¹

3. Noun. The condition of bearing fruit. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Fruition

1. the accomplishment of something desired [n -S]

Medical Definition of Fruition

1. Use or possession of anything, especially such as is accompanied with pleasure or satisfaction; pleasure derived from possession or use. "Capacity of fruition." Rogers. "Godlike fruition." Milton. "Where I may have fruition of her love." (Shak) Origin: OF. Fruition, L. Fruitio, enjoyment, fr. L. Frui, p. P. Fruitus, to use or enjoy. See Fruit. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fruition

fruitfull
fruitfuller
fruitfullest
fruitfully
fruitfulness
fruitfulnesses
fruitier
fruitiest
fruitily
fruitiness
fruitinesses
fruiting
fruiting bodies
fruiting body
fruitings
fruition (current term)
fruitions
fruitive
fruitless
fruitlessly
fruitlessness
fruitlessnesses
fruitlet
fruitlets
fruitlike
fruitloop
fruitloopery
fruitloops
fruitness
fruits

Literary usage of Fruition

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1. English Synonymes Explained: In Alphabetical Order ; with Copious by George Crabb (1883)
"... the enjoyment as a pleasure : we speak of those pleasures which are received from the fruition, in distinction from those which are had in expectation, ..."

2. The Court of the Gentiles, Or, A Discourse Touching the Original of Human by Theophilus Gale (1677)
"No man enjoys but what he loves ; and no man loves any thing as his laft end, but what he would enjoy : whence, as there is no fruition but what is ..."

3. The Ancient Laws of Wales: Viewed Especially in Regard to the Light They by Hubert Lewis (1889)
"Right to the fruition of Five Free ... Thus, it was called maintenance, land of maintenance, maintenance donation, and fruition of five free ..."

4. Practical Insight Meditation: Basic and Progressive Stages by Mahasi Sayadaw (1998)
"One who has attained the knowledge of path and fruition ... fruition Knowledge If one who has attained the path and fruit wishes to attain ..."

5. Apollo: An Illustrated Manual of the History of Art Throughout the Ages by Salomon Reinach (1907)
"Falconet, Pigalle, Houdon.— The "Boudoir Sculptors."—Clodion.—Canova.—The English School.—Its Tardy fruition.— Foreign Painters Working in England. ..."

6. The Yoga-system of Patañjali: Or, The Ancient Hindu Doctrine of by Patañjali, Vyāsa, Vācaspatimiśra (1914)
"But that latent-deposit of karma which has [its limit] in a single existence has both a fruition limited [in time] and a fruition which is without limit [of ..."

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