Very different is 'Fruits of Culture,' a play brimful of laughter and merriment.
No vengeance burns in the sunshine which mellows its fruits and paints its grass; no threatenings flash from the starry eyes that watch over it by night.
Ye call the world yours, yet ye will not stoop to gather from the earth the fruits of the earth.
The fruits are used for flavouring gin (a name derived from juniper, through Fr.
The fruits are large and edible: they are known in the East by the name habhel.
As seen in commerce jujube fruits are about the size of a small filbert, having a reddish-brown, shining, somewhat wrinkled exterior, and a yellow or gingerbread coloured pulp enclosing a hard elongated stone.
The fruits of Zizyphus do not enter into the composition of the lozenges now known as jujubes which are usually made of gum-arabic, gelatin, &c.
Under this name thefruits of at least two species of Zizyphus are usually described, namely, Z.
The lover is then introduced by a young companion: he enters, bringing the fruits of his industry and constancy, which he deposits at the feet of his new mother, whose affection he solicits.
Presently we came back to the table, and found it spread with fruits and sweets innumerable.
We were soon on shore, and within the shelter of a tolerable hotel, where fresh fruits and black coffee restored our sea-worn spirits.
The quail and pheasant, thefruits and wine remained untouched.
This treaty is concluded by both parties, in the hope of its being everlasting, and that it may be productive of the most beautiful fruits of friendship between the two most serene Kings.
He began life as a street hawker of cakes, fruits and vegetables.
Marshall is situated in a region growing cotton and Indian corn, vegetables, small fruits and sugar-cane; in the surrounding country there are valuable forests of pine, oak and gum.
Beside the stream trees tall and trim Bear living fruits that none doth prune; Twelve times a year bends low each limb, Renewed with fruitage every moon.
We are of those who see something of the fruits of sin, and to whom it is no matter for the chastened lights of the literary drawing-room.
But these, after all, are only the fruits--some of the fruits of sin.
Even to those who have not tasted the fruits of human fickleness in the great affairs of Christ's Kingdom, there has generally come some share of it into the more private relationships of life.
Tendencies to cunning and falsehood, the fruits of which are only too apparent in the world at large, they watch and harass and pinch.
During the day they slept at wayside inns, and in return for little services rendered by Ahmed to the muleteers, they would give him a handful of rice or bread, or a few dried fruits which kept them from starvation.
Could I but blot out the years that have intervened--not so many--but what Dead-Sea fruits have I not tasted during their stormy course?
Here clustering grapes appear to shed Their luscious juices on the head, And cheat the longing eye; So round the Phrygian monarch hung Fair fruits that from his parched tongue For ever seem'd to fly.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "fruits" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.