suomi-englanti sanakirja

fruitless englannista suomeksi

  1. tulokseton, hyödytön, hedelmätön

  1. hedelmätön

  2. hyödytön, turha

fruitless englanniksi

  1. Bearing no fruit; barren.

  2. (quote-book)&93; also warned of falls in which "there was no pollination and there would be no fruit." (..) The entomologist Stephen L. Buchmann and the crop ecologist (w) amplified Carson's warning in their 1996 book, ''The Forgotten Pollinators''. They predicted fruitless falls unless our land-use patterns changed fast. But few people paid attention.

  3. Unproductive, useless.

  4. (ux)

  5. (RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)'' got his louer trew, / Whom he had long time ſought with fruitleſſe ſuit; (..)

  6. (quote-book)|chapter=How We Must Arme Our Selues against Satans Tentations, whereby Hee Laboureth to Makefruitless the Word of God Fruitlesse|title=The Christian Warfare against the Deuill, World and Flesh: (nb...)|edition=4th corrected and enlarged|location=London|publisher=Printed by (w) Philemon Stephens and Christopher Meredith|year=1634|page=181|pageurl=|column=1|oclc=222462993|passage=If we preſent our ſelues, raſhly and vnaduiſedly, as if we went to a play, or to diſpatch ſome worldly buſineſſe; wee ſhall hardly keepe our minds from negligent wandring and worldly diſtractions, which will make the Word of God fruitleſſe and vnprofitable.

  7. (RQ:Cleland Fanny Hill)

  8. (quote-book)|location=London|publisher=Printed for W. Johnston,(nb...)|year=1762|section=doctrine II|page=93|pageurl=|oclc=123188250|passage=Whatever Preparations ſoever are made for the Salvation of Sinners, and of how long ſoever they are, yet the God-tempting, God-provoking, and fruitleſs Profeſſor is like to go without a Share therein: (..)

  9. (quote-journal)|location=London|date=31 July 1820|issue=10,999|page=2|pageurl=|column=5|passage=We wish to speak temperately of what assumes a Russian dress and name, under the auspices of the Emperor (smallcaps); but we rejoice that the overbearing doctrines of his Minister failed to abash or intimidate the Neapolitans; and we do trust, from the bottom of our souls, that, as they did not avert the revolution of Naples, so they will be fruitless to check the course of that noble regeneration of which they could not debar the virtuous and long-suffering Spaniards, or impair those vast blessings with which it is pregnant to the civilized world.

  10. (quote-journal)|date=23 April 1861|year_published=11 May 1861|volume=I|issue=567|page=506|pageurl=|oclc=716829822|passage=A large majority of them bear evidence of long-continued habits of fruitless sucking in the deformity of the jaws, which is caused by some portion of the hand being placed in the mouth for the purpose of sucking it at a period of life when the bones were soft enough to yield to its pressure.

  11. Of a person: unable to have children; barren, infertile.

  12. (RQ:Browne Hydriotaphia) added unto his Name he had remained fruitleſſe, and without the power of generation: (..) So that being ſterill before, he received the power of generation from that meaſure and manſion in the Archetype; and was made conformable unto ''(Kabbalah)|Binah''.

  13. Of a diet, etc.: without fruit.

  14. (quote-journal)

  15. (quote-book)|year=1966|page=14|oclc=976945560|passage=Bearing this fact in mind will help dispel the confusion and apparent contradictions that surround us in the field of nutrition—the many individual claims as to the ''ideal diet'', for instance, the high-carbohydrate diet, the milkless diet, the breadless diet, the meatless diet, the fruit diet or the fruitless diet, the high-protein or the low-protein diet, and innumerable variations.