fruitage

Part of speech: noun

Fruit collectively; result; effect.

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Usage examples "fruitage":

  1. The generous glebe Whose bosom smiles with verdure, the clear tract Of streams delicious to the thirsty soul, The bloom of nectar'd fruitage ripe to sense, And every charm of animated things, Are only pledges of a state sincere, The integrity and order of their frame, 370 When all is well within, and every end Accomplish'd. - "Poetical Works of Akenside", Mark Akenside.
  2. It was the perfect fruitage of centuries of heavenly- minded men, not the peculiarity of an individual soul. - "Recollections and Impressions 1822-1890", Octavius Brooks Frothingham.
  3. But this spirit is growing and there will be larger fruitage in the coming days. - "The Making of a Country Parish", Harlow S. (Harlow Spencer) Mills.