Synonym: abundant, creative, fruitful, productive. Antonym: barren, sterile. Similar words: fertilize, fertility, fertility rate, tile, futile, hostile, ductile, pitiless. Meaning: ['fɜrtl /'fɜːtaɪl] adj. 1. capable of reproducing 2. intellectually productive 3. bearing in abundance especially offspring 4. marked by great fruitfulness.
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(1) People get less fertile as they get older.
(2) Herbs need fertile soil and a sunny sheltered position.
(3) Plants grow well in fertile soil.
(4) We have the most fertile soil in Europe.
(5) The ploughed earth looked rich and dark and fertile.
(6) The plants luxuriated in the fertile soil.
(7) That district is fertile in wheat.
(8) The fall of the old regime provided fertile ground for opportunism.
(9) Horton looked out over a panorama of fertile valleys and gentle hills.
(10) like a fertile ground for learning, as long as hard work, there will be many of the fruit; if lazy work, when other people jump when the harvest dance[sentencedict.com], you have a regret.
(11) Some fish are very fertile; they lay 1000's of eggs.
(12) The Valley of Vinales is a lush and fertile valley and one of Cuba's finest beauty spots.
(13) Whole tracts of country, once fertile, have become arid.
(14) Eastern Europe provided fertile soil for political activists.
(15) Colonialism is especially fertile ground for nationalist ideas.
(16) The desert continually encroaches on the fertile land.
(17) He is fertile of skills.
(18) Most men remain fertile into old age.
(19) The fields hereabout are fertile.
(20) For once, the artist's fertile imagination failed him.
(21) The wasteland was transferred into fertile fields.
(22) The district is fertile of wheat.
(23) Fertile marshlands stretched for ten miles to the south.
(24) The plains of Alberta are extremely fertile.
(25) This leaves fertile soil unprotected and prone to erosion.
(26) British politics remains very fertile ground for comedy.
(27) In order to turn the deserts into fertile and productive land, engineers built an 800-mile canal.
(28) The region, with its widespread poverty, provided fertile ground for revolutionary activitists.
(29) The soil has been so heavily leached through intensive farming that it is no longer fertile.
(30) The farmers found the alluvial deposits at the mouth of the river very fertile.
More similar words: fertilize, fertility, fertility rate, tile, futile, hostile, ductile, pitiless, volatile, retractile, refer to, pestilential, certify, inertia, expertise, exertion, vertical, assertive, advertise, certified, at other times, pertinacity, advertising, advertisement, certification, disconcerting, galileo galilei, tilt, until, still.