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Correct spelling:
Fruitful; productive.
productive (adjective)
profitable, fecund, lush, prolific, constructive, teeming, pregnant, executive, productive, parturient, fruitful, creative, bountiful.
lucrative (adjective)
remunerative, lucrative, breadwinning, moneymaking, fruitful, rewarding, gainful, profitable.
creative (adjective)
constructive, prolific, conceptive, innovative, ingenious, inventive, resourceful, visionary, creative, imaginative, productive, original.
Other synonyms:
prolific, fecund, fertilizable, rich, fertilized, inseminated, impregnated, rank, fertilised, fat.
Examples of usage:
  1. William Rodney was fertile in suggestions. - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.
  2. Rent arises from the fact that different pieces of land are not equally fertile, that is, they do not yield the same quantities of produce for the same quantities of labour. - "Political economy", W. Stanley Jevons.
  3. Thus, unless his land be new and very fertile, he will not get a large return for his labour. - "Political economy", W. Stanley Jevons.

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