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fructify

verb ameliorate, bear, bear fruit, beget, blossom, bring forth, conceive, cultivate, enrich, fatten, fertilize, flourish, generate, impregnate, irrigate, make fruitful, make productive, pollinate, procreate, produce, proliferate, propagate, reproduce, spermatize, thrive
See also: ameliorate, bear, reproduce, yield
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We asked the Home minister to fructify the message of the Prime Minister which was made from the ramparts of the Red Fort.
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It's quite possible that your hopes for the new year will fructify into profits.
The kingdom is a fertile nation in which landmark achievements grow and fructify, and we expect this generation to build on those accomplishments and glorify them," he said, stressing the need to take interest in science and strong will and make them the tools of construction and instruments of growth.
So, if all of them fructify, the (funding) requirement will be probably around INR240 billion till 2015.
About 100 million dirhams were earmarked in equal shares by the private sector andAa the government to fructify this operation.
He who heads a high-ranking delegation told that such visits and meeting between the two sides` officials will fructify and end in remarkable results and achievements.
The paper also stated that M&M had signed a term sheet and was doing due diligence, and that 'a deal could fructify in the next two months'.
95--One of Claude Brualre's primary philosophical projects was to recast Hegel's insights into the nature of Geist and thus to fructify them in the service of an "ontodology"--Bruaire's name for his original ontology of gift.
When home-buyers successfully claim compensation for being mis-sold an endowment mortgage the money is added to their policy to fructify until it matures to pays off the mortgage.
1725 < as that joyful book Hobson-Jobson shall fructify unto you>--and I don't believe Turks ever smoked them.
Then let us sail across the sea, and here and there found a young Germany, let us fructify it with the products of our toil and striving, and let us beget and bring up the noblest and most godlike children [.