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  • n  the yield of fruit
    a tree highly recommended for its fruitage

  • A man is a bundle of relations, a knot of roots, whose flower and fruitage is the world.
  • If this Methodist movement is the fruitage of the liberalism which is assuming more and more to manage Church affairs, the sooner we call a halt, the better.
  • But if religion is to have its full value as a 'last resort' in times of peril or affliction, it must have deep rootage, broad leafage and ample fruitage in the normal .

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