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Definition of Fruitage

  • Fruit, collectively; fruit, in general; fruitery.
  • Product or result of any action; effect, good or ill.
  • the yield of fruit

How to use fruitage in a sentence. Fruitage pronunciation.

After the spring, summer comes with its fullness and fruitage spiritual; autumn follows with its withering winds which chill the soul; the Sun seems to be going away until at last the mantle of winter overspreads and only faint traces of the effulgence of that divine Sun remain.
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To leave this fruitage of my twelve years of plowing and planting unharvested, and thus to wither and be scattered, would be a crime.
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Nor shall you need to fear that thereupon will ensue doubtful dreams, fallacious, uncertain, and not to be trusted to, as by some peripatetic philosophers hath been related; for that, say they, men do more copiously in the season of harvest feed on fruitages than at any other time.
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THE THEORY OF REBIRTHS _which teaches that each spirit is an integral part of God, that it enfolds all divine possibilities as the acorn enfolds the oak; that by means of many existences in an earthy body of gradually __ improving texture its latent powers are being slowly unfolded and become available as dynamic energy; that none can be lost but that all will ultimately attain to perfection and reunion with God, each bringing with it the accumulated experience which is the fruitage of its pilgrimage through matter.
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With all her vines; nor for Ausonia's groves Of golden fruitage, and her myrtle bowers.
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He has seen the successive ripening of one quality after another on the boughs of his own life, and he finds it hard to condemn himself for faults which only needed time to fall off and be succeeded by better fruitage.
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How far away was girlish laughter, how far the blossoming of hope which should attain no fruitage, and, alas, how far the warm season of the heart, the woman's heart that loved and trusted, that joyed in a newborn babe, and thought not of the day when the babe, in growing to womanhood, should have journeyed such lengths upon a road where the mother might not follow.
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So their sympathy descended in the fruitage of Seville.
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But in the shade cast by the vast system which had grown from the minds of the great theologians and from the heart of the great poet there had come to this truth neither bloom nor fruitage.
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Mistaken though many of his reasonings were, they bore a rich fruitage of truth.
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This doctrine grew, robust and noxious, until, in the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth centuries, we find its bloom in a multitude of treatises by the most learned of the Catholic and Protestant divines, and its fruitage in the torture chambers and on the scaffolds throughout Christendom.
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Old slumbering neighbourhood or personal quarrels bore in this way a strange fruitage of revenge; for the cardinal doctrine of a fanatic's creed is that his enemies are the enemies of God.
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Thus came a new impulse to research, and the fruitage was abundant; the older theological interpretation, with its insoluble puzzles, yielded on all sides.
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Sees his own fruitage load the bough; These would'st thou tempt to brave the faithless main, And tempt with regal wealth, thy effort should be vain.
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Thus we stoop To pick up hectic apples from the ground, Pierc'd by the canker or the unseen worm, And tasting deem none other grow but they, Whilst on the topmost branches of life's tree Hangs fruitage worthy of the virgin choir Of bright Hesperides.
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Such fruitage as her love I know, alas!
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The slender "free-stone" lifts aloof, Full languidly above the roof, A hoard of fruitage, stamped with gold And precious mintings manifold.
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Old trees yield no fruitage; old ideas and methods are obsolete and worthless now.
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Therefore hatred and hostility have appeared in the world instead of the divine fruitage of unity and love.
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All fruit-bearing plants, however, after fruitage, either shed or change the colour of their leaves.
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Examples of Fruitage

Example #1
It is the springtime of the inner world.
Example #2
Just as the surface of the material world becomes dark and dreary, the soil dormant, the trees naked and bare and no beauty or freshness remain to cheer the darkness and desolation, so the winter of the spiritual cycle witnesses the death and disappearance of divine growth and extinction of the light and love of God.
Example #3
To refuse this challenge, is impossible.
Example #4
My challenge to you has been answered by a challenge to myself.
Example #5
The same is mystically taught us by the ancient prophets and poets, who allege that all vain and deceitful dreams lie hid and in covert under the leaves which are spread on the ground-by reason that the leaves fall from the trees in the autumnal quarter.
Example #6
You shall eat good Eusebian and Bergamot pears, one apple of the short-shank pippin kind, a parcel of the little plums of Tours, and some few cherries of the growth of my orchard.