Definition of Fruitfulnesses
1. fruitfulness [n] - See also: fruitfulness
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fruitfulnesses
Literary usage of Fruitfulnesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Modern Painters by John Ruskin (1906)
"... sources of life and happiness far fuller and more beneficent than all the bright fruitfulnesses of the plain. The valleys only feed; the mountains feed, ..."
2. Dictionary of Bible Proper Names: Every Proper Name in the Old and New by Cyrus Alvin Potts (1922)
"... prophecies; fruitfulnesses:—father of a pastoral tribe [NEBAJOTH], Isa. 60:7. NS-ba'joth. H.5032. ..."
3. The Bible and Rationalism, Or, Answer to Difficulties by John Thein (1901)
"It lies in the two distinct fruitfulnesses. The continued fruitfulness gives the species; the limited fruitfulness gives the genus." (P. Flourens, Opus cit. ..."
4. On the worship and love of God: Treating of the Birth of the Earth, Paradise by Emanuel Swedenborg (1885)
"... and filled the ambient air with these delightful fragrances, which were so many fruitfulnesses exuding from the earth by new ways, namely, by the roots, ..."