Fruition [noun]

Definition of Fruition:

achievement, maturation

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Sentence/Example of Fruition:

If there is anything I have learned in my first year as an entrepreneur, it’s that having great ideas does not require a substantial amount of money, but sometimes you just need a little bit of help to see your idea come to fruition.

As with pretty much the entire music industry, the Mods’ big plans for 2020 never came to fruition.

If this forecast comes to fruition, it’d mark the biggest year of migration in decades.

Hopes that Harden’s personal investment in the Rockets might stabilize if he played well never came to fruition.

Hopes that Harden’s trade value might increase or his personal investment in the Rockets might stabilize if he played well to start the season have not yet come to fruition.

Apple is hoping to show that it is serious about these goals and moving fast to bring them to fruition.

When this came to fruition, the real-life actions provided fodder for those on the forum.

Still, one is inclined to adjust one’s expectations, allowing both for the novel manner in which this project has come to fruition and an understanding that gaps in the storytelling have yet to be filled.

Put simply, we must believe we can live in a beautiful, accepting world before that world comes to fruition.

When brands can deploy their first-party data in a privacy compliant manner, marketers can at last bring their data transformations to fruition in a future-proof way.