fruitfully fruitfully


  • (adv) in a productive way



  1. If Throat in 1972 stoked the hope that hard-core might fruitfully intersect with mainstream, Jaws in 1975 ended that dream, and a few others.
  2. We cannot live fruitfully with lost illusions.
  3. Still, don't assume private equity chiefs can't work fruitfully in the creative industries.



  1. "Since the implementation of our program will take place in the face of the economic downturn, we will have to act prudently -- no wastage, no rollovers of funds -- every cent must be spent wisely and fruitfully," said Zuma. "The economic...
    on Jun 3, 2009 By: Jacob Zuma Source: Washington Post

  2. "I fully support this candidate," Mr Putin told them in comments shown on state television. "I have known Mr Medvedev and worked closely and fruitfully with him for 17 years"
    on Dec 10, 2007 By: Vladimir Putin Source: MSNBC

  3. "We warmly welcome Greece to the European Space Agency", said Jean-Jacques Dordain. "We look forward to the new member state fruitfully extending its participation in various fields, including the new space programmes Europe is preparing for...
    on Jun 22, 2004 By: Jean-Jacques Dordain Source: European Space Agency

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propriety propriety
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