fertile


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  • adj

Synonyms for fertile

able to conceive

Synonyms

  • able to conceive
  • able to reproduce
  • able to have children
  • able to have babies
  • able to have young
  • potent

Synonyms for fertile

capable of reproducing

characterized by great productivity

Synonyms for fertile

capable of reproducing

intellectually productive

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bearing in abundance especially offspring

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marked by great fruitfulness

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The circumstances of many were very lamentable: However, being a hardy race of people, and accustomed to difficulties and necessities, they were wonderfully supported through all their sufferings, until the ensuing Fall, when we received abundance from the fertile soil.
I often think that I should like to have my house front on this mass of dull red bushes, omitting other flower plots and borders, transplanted spruce and trim box, even graveled walks--to have this fertile spot under my windows, not a few imported barrowfuls of soil only to cover the sand which was thrown out in digging the cellar.
Over this fertile and luxuriant ground the Nautilus passed with great rapidity.
This fertile territory is watered by numerous small rivers and limpid streams, mostly tributaries of the Godavery.
Here was the same beautiful scene, the same abundant foliage, the same splendid palaces and magnificent ruins, the same silver river running between its fertile banks.
The province, now so fertile and spotted with thriving villages, had been a desert wilderness.
Above all, they are celebrated for owning great numbers of horses; which they mark, and then suffer to range in droves in their most fertile plains.
A river whose estuary resembles a breach in a sand rampart may flow through a most fertile country.
To these were added an aspiring spirit that always looked upwards; a genius bold, fertile, and expansive; a sagacity quick to grasp and convert every circumstance to its advantage, and a singular and never wavering confidence of signal success.
Richelieu founded Odessa-- watched over it with paternal care--labored with a fertile brain and a wise understanding for its best interests--spent his fortune freely to the same end--endowed it with a sound prosperity, and one which will yet make it one of the great cities of the Old World--built this noble stairway with money from his own private purse--and--.
The atmospheric currents, under the influence of a tempest not far off, were driving them at the rate of from thirty to thirty-five miles an hour; the undulating and fertile plains of Mfuto were passing swiftly beneath them.
Seeing trees on the horizon, however, they walked towards them, and discovered a large and fertile oasis some miles in extent, and plentifully watered.
He was like an explorer now who has reasoned that certain natural features must present themselves, and, beating up a broad river, finds here the tributary that he expected, there the fertile, populated plains, and further on the mountains.
Shortly after they passed the summit of the ridge which formed the boundary between the desert and the fertile country, Ska, the vulture, winging his way at a high altitude toward his aerie, caught sight of a strange new bird of gigantic proportions encroaching upon the preserves of his aerial domain.
DEAR SIR--Please advertise a series of twelve Racy Prints, from my fertile pencil, entitled, 'Scenes of Modern Prison Life,' by Thersites Junior.