fruition

Fruition vs Delight - What's the difference?

fruition | delight | Related terms |

Fruition is a related term of delight.


As nouns the difference between fruition and delight

is that fruition is the fulfillment of something worked for or fruition can be the condition of bearing fruit while delight is joy; pleasure.

As a verb delight is

to give delight to; to affect with great pleasure; to please highly.

Manifest vs Fruition - What's the difference?

manifest | fruition |


As nouns the difference between manifest and fruition

is that manifest is manifesto while fruition is the fulfillment of something worked for or fruition can be the condition of bearing fruit.

Fruitful vs Fruition - What's the difference?

fruitful | fruition |


As an adjective fruitful

is favourable to the growth of fruit or useful vegetation; fertile; not barren.

As a noun fruition is

the fulfillment of something worked for or fruition can be the condition of bearing fruit.

Pleasure vs Fruition - What's the difference?

pleasure | fruition | Related terms |

Pleasure is a related term of fruition.


As nouns the difference between pleasure and fruition

is that pleasure is (uncountable) a state of being pleased while fruition is the fulfillment of something worked for or fruition can be the condition of bearing fruit.

As an interjection pleasure

is pleased to meet you.

As a verb pleasure

is to give or afford pleasure to; to please; to gratify.

Harvest vs Fruition - What's the difference?

harvest | fruition | Synonyms |

Harvest is a synonym of fruition.


As nouns the difference between harvest and fruition

is that harvest is the third season of the year; autumn; fall while fruition is the fulfillment of something worked for or fruition can be the condition of bearing fruit.

As a verb harvest

is to bring in a harvest; reap; glean.

Fruition vs Aftermath - What's the difference?

fruition | aftermath | Related terms |

Fruition is a related term of aftermath.


As nouns the difference between fruition and aftermath

is that fruition is the fulfillment of something worked for or fruition can be the condition of bearing fruit while aftermath is (obsolete|or farmers' jargon) a second mowing; the grass which grows after the first crop of hay in the same season.

Fruition vs Materialisation - What's the difference?

fruition | materialisation | Synonyms |

Fruition is a synonym of materialisation.


As nouns the difference between fruition and materialisation

is that fruition is the fulfillment of something worked for or fruition can be the condition of bearing fruit while materialisation is materialization.

Fruition vs Output - What's the difference?

fruition | output | Related terms |

Fruition is a related term of output.


As nouns the difference between fruition and output

is that fruition is the fulfillment of something worked for or fruition can be the condition of bearing fruit while output is (economics) production; quantity produced, created, or completed.

As a verb output is

(economics) to produce, create, or complete.

Growth vs Fruition - What's the difference?

growth | fruition | Related terms |

Growth is a related term of fruition.


As nouns the difference between growth and fruition

is that growth is an increase in size, number, value, or strength while fruition is the fulfillment of something worked for or fruition can be the condition of bearing fruit.

Fruition vs Actualisation - What's the difference?

fruition | actualisation | Synonyms |

Fruition is a synonym of actualisation.


As nouns the difference between fruition and actualisation

is that fruition is the fulfillment of something worked for or fruition can be the condition of bearing fruit while actualisation is .

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