fecund : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s capable of producing offspring or vegetation
- s intellectually productive
a fecund imagination
- The police chief remarked that from Fredrick's alibi it appears that Fredrick has a fecund imagination.
- The most fecund man on earth, a venerable patriarch who fathered a child at 90, says he is a good and loving father.
- Never at a loss for good ideas, the fecund director of the play made some interesting changes to the plot at the spur of the moment.
News & Articles
- Fertility becomes a political qualification
Distilled to a slogan, politics of late goes something like this: “I’m more fertile than you are.” It seems fecundity is emerging as the best argument for public office, policy or even citizenship. What was once an unconscious appraisal — Is this person strong, healthy and vital? — has morphed into the sort of explicit review one usually associates with an X rating.
June 19, 2013 - The Wenatchee World
- Fertility rites
WASHINGTON - Distilled to a slogan, politics of late goes something like this: "I'm more fertile than you are." It seems fecundity is emerging as the best argument for public office, policy or even citizenship. What was once an unconscious appraisal - Is this person strong, healthy...
June 19, 2013 - Victorville Daily Press
- Kristin Scott Thomas in guardian.co.uk
Just the way that we look is such a brilliant piece of casting,says Scott Thomas, who is now 49, "because you get my really sharp, thin, papery kind of face, and Anne-Marie's luscious, fecund face."
- Daniel Pauly in New York Times
Lots of people argue for that because the big ones are so fecund,Dr. Pauly said.
- Luis Valdez in Scripps News
When I think of Dolores Huerta,playwright-filmmaker Luis Valdez said, "I think of Earth. Powerful, beautiful, fecund, challenging, conscious, yet so incredibly delicate."