Synonym: realisation, realization. Similar words: fruit, grapefruit, frustration, edition, sedition, volition, ambition, addition. Meaning: [fruː'ɪʃn] n. 1. the condition of bearing fruit 2. enjoyment derived from use or possession 3. something that is made real or concrete.
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(1) His proposals only came to fruition after the war.
(2) Their efforts came to fruition many years later.
(3) These plans take time to come to fruition.
(4) His extravagant ideas were never brought to fruition.
(5) However, this did not come to fruition.
(6) The Witch King's long plan had come to fruition.
(7) He discussed how he brought his idea to fruition.
(8) A dream of 10 years coming to final fruition. Untold riches as a glint in the eye.
(9) The technical difficulty in bringing the changes to fruition says something about how dramatic they are.
(10) Neither came to fruition, and I shall never know why.
(11) Seeing my work come to fruition gives me a strong sense of fulfilment.
(12) Many people have worked together to bring this scheme to fruition.
(13) It was left to her successor to bring the plan to its full fruition.
(14) After months of hard work, our plans finally came to fruition .
(15) After years of hard work(sentencedict .com), his hopes came to fruition.
(16) None of his grand plans for a TV series ever came to fruition.
(17) After much delay, the plan to build the new hospital finally came to fruition.
(18) None of these visionary schemes for Niagara ever reached fruition, but one Utopian dreamer did achieve his objective.
(19) Major naval, military and railway construction programmes scheduled to come to fruition in 1917-18 argued strongly for delay.
(20) There was also consideration for two railways, one from Beverley and one from Bridlington, neither of which came to fruition.
(21) It is certainly a scheme that could, with a little organisation and planning, be brought into fruition in the future.
(22) And in addition many of the conservation measures adopted following the first oil shock began to come to fruition.
(23) They say it could cause difficulties, but are waiting to see whether the idea will come to fruition.
(24) All too often, the antecedents of revolution are separated by more than a human lifespan from their fruition.
(25) I am more than a little confident that its fruition will be more than evident before the last kick of the season.
(26) Our unconscious plans are often the ones that come to fruition.
(27) If even one-tenth of those bright ideas published could be brought to fruition, the world would be transformed.
(28) It is easy to make him look personally responsible for setting the process in train and bringing it to fruition.
(29) And while they were away, he would allow her little dream to come to fruition.
(30) However, the promised Unix showcase at Comdex/Spring last week never came to fruition.
More similar words: fruit, grapefruit, frustration, edition, sedition, volition, ambition, addition, position, condition, coalition, tradition, munitions, exhibition, opposition, transition, inhibition, litigation, mitigation, additional, conditions, in addition, competition, supposition, definition, composition, ammunition, expedition, prohibition, premonition.