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fertile in Soil topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfertilefer‧tile /ˈfɜːtaɪl $ ˈfɜːrtl/ ●○○ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 TASfertile land or soil is able to produce good crops 🔊 800 acres of fertile cropland2 HBable to produce babies, young animals, or new plants opp infertile 🔊 Most men remain fertile into old age.3 a fertile imagination/mind/brain4 [only before noun]SITUATION a fertile situation is one in which something can easily develop and succeed 🔊 the fertile Philadelphia music scene
Examples from the Corpus
fertileThat is why science has been so fertile.The valley was fertile, and a good crop was a near certainty.In this country, the plains states and the Southwest are fertile areas for a wide variety of game breeding.He brought the fertile blackness of the earth with him.fertile farmlandI know that negotiations do not only constitute a bargaining process, but also serve as fertile ground for creativity.While most men remain fertile into old age, women do not.Journey north through the fertile Kikuyu heartland to Nyeri where a buffet lunch will be served at the Outspan Hotel.For instance, fertile land and buckets of rain lead Iowans to plant corn.That period had made the city a fertile news ground for freelancers such as myself.Farmers left the rocky hills of New England for the fertile plains of the Middle West.This was a fertile source of incomprehension between him and Ellen.This shrub likes sun and water as well as a fertile well-drained soil.