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Synonyms for fructify

become productive or fruitful

make productive or fruitful

bear fruit

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And if, for example, I looked at my bed, my hat, or out the window at the roofs of Paris, that laughter, its tickle, poured a new drop of compassion over humanity, while scorning the unhappiness of those who have not been able, not even once, to reduce their existence to one single phrase which compresses, condenses, and even fructifies every single thing.
Spiritual insight might come from the conflict of imagination and reality, of past fixities and present chaos, submissive reverence and heretical blasphemy, in which neither extreme is dominant but each dynamizes and fructifies the other.
Unless one has been brainwashed by the brawlers of Seattle and Porto Alegre, the age-old lesson of the history of civilizations cannot be erased: barriers are what diminish and sterilize cultures; commingling is what fructifies and inspires them.
The church--which preserves, preaches, applies or fructifies, explicates and defines dogma--is not conceived of in static or institutional terms, but as a community of persons "who believe in Christ and who have taken their being from the descent of the Holy Spirit and from the apostolic preaching of Christ".
It appears as though money fructifies even though we all know that it cannot.
Noting its "German source," Shapira points to the "recurrent motif" in Zionism of the "mysticism that links blood and soil," the "cult of heroes, death and graves," the belief that "graves are the source of the vital link with the land, and they generate the loyalty of man to that soil," and that "blood fructifies the soil (in an almost literal sense)," and so on.
The lawyer further said that a tripartite agreement is on the anvil which will lead to grant of a loan by a junior lender at a much higher interest rate and if the deal fructifies, then $ 650 million (` 4,044.
The Church -- which preserves, preaches, applies or fructifies, explicates and defines dogma -- is not conceived of in static or institutional terms, but as a community of persons "who believe in Christ and who have taken their being from the descent of the Holy Spirit and from the apostolic preaching of Christ".