fruition

[n] - the condition of bearing fruit
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Fruition

Fru·i'tion noun [ Old French fruition , Latin fruitio , enjoyment, from Latin frui , past participle fruitus , to use or enjoy. See Fruit , noun ] Use or possession of anything, especially such as is accompanied with pleasure or satisfaction;...
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fruition

Use or possession of anything, especially such as is accompanied with pleasure or satisfaction; pleasure derived from possession or use. 'Capacity of fruition.' Rogers. 'Godlike fruition.' Milton. 'Where I may have fruition of her love.' (Shak) ... Origin: OF. Fruition, L. Fruitio, enjoyment, fr. L. Frui, p. P. Fruitus, to use or enjoy. See Fruit.
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fruition

noun enjoyment derived from use or possession
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fruition

noun something that is made real or concrete; `the victory was the realization of a whole year`s work`
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Fruition

• (n.) Use or possession of anything, especially such as is accompanied with pleasure or satisfaction; pleasure derived from possession or use.
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fruition

fruition 1. Use or possession of anything, especially such as is accompanied with pleasure or satisfaction; pleasure derived from possession or use. 2. Attainment of anything desired; realization; accomplishment: 'After years of hard work she finally brought her idea to full fruition.' 3. Enjoyment, as of something attained or realized. 4. The con...
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fruition

the condition of bearing fruit
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