Third-person singular simple present indicative form of fruit.(verb)
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Use "fruits" in a sentence
"Although fruits added to jellies in the way just described are chiefly for decorative effect, they do add very greatly to the pleasure of eating them; but jellied fruits, as distinguished from _fruits in jelly_, are a delicious mode of eating fruit, and where it is in abundance afford a pleasant variety."
"They are not necessarily first fruits of the redeemed, to distinguish them from others of the redeemed, but are first fruits of the race: “Of his own will begat he us with the word of truth, that we should be a kind of _first fruits_ of his creatures,” James 1: 18."
""That means suburban areas, we're going to ask that they provide that opportunity for choice so people are able to enjoy what I call the fruits and benefits of an established neighborhood.""