|abundant; rich; fertile, growing; magnificent; richly ornamented, elaborate, growing profusely, lush, luxurious, productive||luxuriant|
|affluent, wealthy, having a large fortune; fancy, luxurious; full, having an abundance of; deep, vivid, strong, costly and fine, fertile, plentiful, productive, see also:riches, strong and smooth-flavored, strongly colored, unlikely, wealthy people, pe...||rich|
|any fertile region, fertile land promised to Israelites||land of milk and honey|
|area of wild moorlands divided by fertile valleys in the mid-Pennines, northern England||Yorkshire Dales|
|arrange in a line, arrange in a row; grade, classify, assign a rank, foul, giving off a foul odor; fertile, productive, fruitful, growing vigorously, level, classification; position, standing, status; row; column, have or give something a specific rati...||rank|
|barren, not fertile, unfruitful, not fertilized, not producing crops, sterile||infertile|
|bearing much fruit, causing fertility, creative, productive, prolific; fertile; profitable, worthwhile, successful or beneficial||fruitful|
|being fertile, birthrate, fecundity, reproductivity, fruitfulness||fertility|
|belt showing skill in martial arts, fertile agricultural region, somebody with black belt||black belt|
|carrying a child in the uterus; fertile (about women or female animals); fecund, fruitful; full of significance, having many meanings, carrying offspring within the body, creative, full of something, productive, significant||pregnant|
|causing to be fertile or productive||fertilizing|
|clay and sand mixed for building, fertile soil containing clay and sand as well as decomposed vegetable matter; combination of clay and straw which is used in casting making molds and bricks, fertile workable soil, use loam in building job||loam|
|containing fat, cooking medium, excess, fatten an animal, make fat; gain weight, become fat, fertile||fat|
|delicious, tasty; fertile, thriving, full and green; plentiful; pleasing to the senses; luxurious, rich; sensual, seductive, desirable, romantic and emotional, sweet and juicy||luscious|
|fertile area in Middle East||Fertile Crescent|
|fertile female bee, important woman||queen bee|
|fertile in fruit, fruitful, productive||fructuous|
|fertile land in desert, place in the desert that is fertile due to the presence of underground water; place of refuge, respite from something usual or difficult, place or time of relief||oasis|
|fertile land near river||bottomland|
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