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fruitful

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of fruitful

  1. 1 producing abundantly a very fruitful tree that gives us plenty of apples every year Synonyms of fruitful cornucopian, fat, fecund, fructuous, fertile, lush, luxuriant, productive, prolific, richWords Related to fruitful bearing, generative, producing, yielding; abounding, abundant, bountiful; copious, generous, liberal, plenteous, plentiful, plentitudinous; blooming, bursting, flourishing, swarming, teeming, thriving; creative, inventive, originalNear Antonyms of fruitful meager (or meagre), scant, scanty, skimp, skimpy, spare, sparseAntonyms of fruitful barren, dead, infertile, sterile, unfertile, unfruitful, unproductive

  2. 2 producing or capable of producing a desired result I hope your efforts to find that missing package are fruitful Synonyms of fruitful effectual, efficacious, efficient, effective, operative, potent, productiveWords Related to fruitful hyperefficient, ultraefficient; adequate, capable, competent; accomplished, adept, consummate, experienced, expert, masterly, practiced (also practised), proficient, skilled, skillful, versed, veteran, virtuoso; cogent, convincing, killer, sound, striking, telling, valid; active, dynamic; useful, working; applicable, feasible, functional, practicable, practical, realizable, usable (also useable), workableNear Antonyms of fruitful counterproductive; incapable, incompetent, inexperienced, inexpert, unqualified, unseasoned, unskilled, unskillful; abortive, bootless, futile, vain; empty, hollow, idle, pointless, unavailing, unprofitable, unsuccessful; inoperative, worthlessAntonyms of fruitful fruitless, ineffective, ineffectual, inefficient, inoperative, unfruitful, unproductive, useless


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