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- adj. Producing in abundance; fertile, fruitful
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Fruitful; producing abundantly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Fruitful; producing abundantly.
Syria, ever “feracious of heresies,” had allowed many of her finest tracts to be monopolised by monkeries and nunneries. 320 After many a tentative measure Mohammed seems to have built his edifice upon two bases, the unity of the Godhead and the priesthood of the pater-familias.
He is pretty feracious (ph) looking when you first look at him.
This is a feracious earth, and the grain of mustard-seed will grow to miraculous extent in some cases.
For Time, all-edacious and all - feracious, does run on: and the Seven Sleepers, awakening hungry after a hundred years, find that it is not their old nurses who can now give them suck!
For Time, all-edacious and all-feracious, does run on: and the Seven
For the mischief that one blockhead, that every blockhead does, in a world so feracious, teeming with endless results as ours, no ciphering will sum up.
Syria, ever "feracious of heresies," had allowed many of her finest tracts to be monopolised by monkeries and nunneries. [
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