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肥沃, 肥よく, ひよく

  • hiyoku


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • fertility
  • productive

Examples of 肥沃,肥よく,ひよく in a Sentence

Rich soil yields good crops.
Now there is nothing but desert, where there used to be a fertile plain.
The basin of a river usually has rich farmland.
The soil here is fertile.
Fertile soil is indispensable for a good harvest.
It has fertile soil where corn be grown.
The settlers learned that the land in the valley was fertile.

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