fruitive

adjective fru·i·tive \ ˈfrüətiv \

Definition of fruitive

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[fruition + -ive]
: capable of producing fruit : fruitful
  • the big garden lying warm and brown and fruitive in the sun
  • —Nancy Hale

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Origin and Etymology of fruitive

Medieval Latin fruitivus, from Latin fruitus + -ivus -ive


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