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To impregnate; to make fertile.
[L. fecundo, pp. -atus, to make fruitful, fertilize]
fecundate (fē′kən-dāt′, fĕk′ən-)
1. To make fecund or fruitful.
2. To impregnate; fertilize.
fecundate (fē′kŭn-dāt) [L. fecundare, to bear fruit]
To fertilize, impregnate, or render fertile.
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He dubs her vision a "furious epoch where rioted all monsters and poisons,--where death fecundated
and life destroyed,--where superabundance demanded such existences, no souls, but fiercest animal fire" (56).
Indeed, especially here, he seems to move away from Baudelaire (without abandoning him) to offer sequences of insights of the sort that would have fecundated
the original essay.
What does one make of the statement of Adobard's, that Mary was fecundated
through the ear?
180 and 430 was a colonialist hybrid fecundated
by Roman imperialism.
The legend is that when Leda was fecundated
she gave birth to twins.