Fruitionfroo-ISH-ənPart of speech: nounOrigin: Old French and Latin, early 15th century
1The point at which a plan or project is realized2The state or action of producing fruit
Examples of Fruition in a sentence “Everything started falling into place as her plan came to fruition.” “The chemist’s lab research came to fruition.”

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