Adjective(1) capable of reproducing(2) intellectually productive(3) bearing in abundance especially offspring(4) marked by great fruitfulness
(1) A product of the fertile imagination of speed guru Roy LoPresti, the Tiger was something special.(2) Green mountains, winding creeks and fertile land make for a lyrical and carefree life.(3) His mind was so fertile in ideas and analogies, his quest for precision so exacting that, even if he had been able to complete his revision, it is unlikely that he would ever have been satisfied with it.(4) Panthers are now birthing healthy fertile cubs and numbers are growing.(5) Each plant produced from one to three fertile seeds and ear morphology was sufficiently clear to allow selection of K-suppressed lines.(6) Peimer's creative imagination remains fertile as ever; she continues to prove herself a true master of songcraft.(7) As long as the birds were fertile and sang happily, Cypriot Turks maintained hope that they would one day regain their freedom.(8) It was my territory: wilder, more interesting, less boringly formal, where I could indulge my already fertile imagination, and lose myself in elaborate fantasies.(9) Apart from the stoic traditional perspective that purists hold, it is the fertile imagination of artistes that brings about a fresh outlook to a customary concept.(10) Since female mice are fertile for more than a year, their ovaries had to be generating new oocytes, the scientists reasoned.(11) The European Union confirmed that the ban on imports into EU countries was only applicable to ostrich meat, live ostriches and fertile eggs.(12) Fame & Fortune: Writer cashes in on fertile imagination.(13) The European soil was more fertile ground than the American for public choice ideas over much of the period under consideration.(14) Some stress the availability of such abundant natural resources as fertile soils and rich supplies of iron, coal, and oil.(15) Young adults also instituted a new ritual: flying in dense night swarms as millions of the newly fertile individuals sought mates and homes.(16) I think we're at the end of a very fertile period of activity in American arts.
(1) fertile soil :: pridd ffrwythlon
1. fecund ::
2. able to conceive ::
3. imaginative ::
4. prolific ::
5. productive ::
1. barren ::
2. dead ::
3. infertile ::
4. sterile ::
5. unfruitful ::
Word Example from TV Shows
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Next question. Are you FERTILE?
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 19
A house with great wealth and FERTILE lands
asks you for your protection
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 3
You're still FERTILE.
You need to marry again and breed.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 5
Their lands are the most FERTILE
in the Seven Kingdoms,
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 6
you're as FERTILE
as a manure-covered wheat field.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 8
English to Welsh Dictionary: fertile
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