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Synonyms for unfruitful

unable to produce offspring

lacking or unable to produce growing plants or crops

Antonyms for unfruitful

not fruitful

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But as we will see below, the unfruitfulness of those two unions--and the general problem of apparent female incapacity or unwillingness to procreate, exemplified by Guinevere and Elaine, respectively--results directly, if unintentionally, from Arthur's own policies, his attempts to regulate the genealogical integrity of his new kingdom.
There is, however, another cause for the unfruitfulness of interchurch agreements.
In his classic program of retreat meditations known as the Spiritual Exercises, Saint Ignatius of Loyola responds to the question of dryness and unfruitfulness in prayer with a question of his own.
There you have to bear in mind that the essential is not how many new firms you can see established in a given period of time, but rather whether you can make the industrial actors understand your mission, get them to see the unfruitfulness of their behavior, and bring them to act in accordance with your directions.